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Another Gone

I hate days like this.

Rest easy buddy. The LT Mafia misses you already. Iraq ain’t over and it doesn’t change how the coin flipped, at least we got the dick. You did what was right and died in the act of helping the Iraqi people. There is honor in that act, if nothing else. But honor won’t bring you back. We salute you and drive on.

IAW Army Policy, we were on blackout untill the Soldier’s family was informed. Posts will resume tommorrow.

Comments

  1. judykomorita says

    It sounds like that was a friend. I’m sorry for your loss, and sorry, too, that you both had to be there.

  2. Paul Weaver says

    My condolences to this Soldier’s family, and to you and your unit. It is always hard losing a comrade – you all have my deepest sympathies.

    Paul Weaver
    SFC, USA (RET)

  3. BGT says

    Another one lost.

    I know I can’t help much except to try to vote out the idiots.

    My condolences to your fellow soldier, and his family.

    And, my condolences to you who lost a friend.

    Take care, and be safe.

    • says

      “1st Lt. Dustin D. Vincent, 25, died on Nov. 3 in Kirkuk province, Iraq, of wounds suffered when enemy forces attacked his unit with small arms fire. He was assigned to the 1st Battalion, 5th Field Artillery, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, Fort Riley, Kan. It was his first deployment.

      Vincent was a 2005 graduate of Mesquite High School and went on the the Univerisity of Texas at Arlington. He leaves behind a wife.”

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