RIP to all troops killed in WOT
Chief Petty Officer Mark Thomas Carter
Petty Officer 1st Class Jason D. Lewis, Class 212
Petty Officer 1st Class Steven P. Daugherty
Petty Officer 1st Class Robert R. McRill
Petty Officer 2nd Class Joseph Clark Schwedler, Class 246
Petty Officer 2nd Class Marc Lee, Class 251
Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael A. Monsoor, Class 250
· Chief Petty Officer Jacques J. Fontan, Class 219
· LCDR Erik S. Kristensen, Class 233
· Petty Officer 1st Class Jeffery A. Lucas, Class 191
· LT Michael M. McGreevy, Jr., Class 230
· Petty Officer 1st Class Jeffrey S. Taylor, Class 229
· Petty Office 2nd Class Danny P. Dietz, Class 232
· Senior Chief Petty Officer Daniel R. Healy, Class 176
· LT Michael P. Murphy, Class 236
· Petty Officer 2nd Class Shane E. Patton, Class 239
· Petty Officer 2nd Class James Suh, Class 237
· Petty Officer 2nd Class Matthew Axelson,Class 237
Brian Ouellette, Class 173
United States, 2004
Theodore Fitzhenry, Class 130
David M. Tapper, Class 172
Thomas E. Retzer, Class 198
El Salvador, 2002
Peter G. Oswald, Class 153
Neil Roberts, Class 184
Matthew Bourgeois, Class 162
Jerry O. Pope, Class 165
Last edited by Crux; 12-31-2007 at 07:54 PM.
SWCC are not SEALsUnited States, 2004
Theodore Fitzhenry, Class 130
Robert Vetter, SWCC
the kia for seals seems high is this true or is it relatively low for what they do
nevermind, not worth it...
Well it's hard to read the last word, it is probably "nemirtingi", and the first word is "darbščiam", therefore the whole sentence in english is:
"to the hard-working/diligent one aitvarai are immortal"
and "aitvarai", if that is trully written on this wall, are lithuanian special forces, that have worked with SEALs in A-stan.
on the lef you can see JĖG(A) wich means..eerr.. Cool or Force in different context
So that is a nice discovery again, Ravage
[SIZE=2] Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael A. Monsoor was a US Navy SEAL. On September 29, 2006, Monsoor and three other SEALs were in a rooftop hideout conducting a combat operation in Iraq when a grenade was thrown at his chest and fell onto the floor. Without a second thought, Monsoor fell onto the grenade, saving the lives of his three comrades. As a result, he lost his life.
Medal of Honor nomination
As of December 2006, The Pentagon is reviewing the recommendation of Monsoor's superiors for the Medal of Honor, the highest award for members of the US Military.
"This was the guy that Michael saved - the one he received a medal for, I think it was about a year ago," Mike's aunt and godmother Patty wrote me. "Anyway, he said when Michael picked him up after he was shot and lying in the middle of gun fire this is the vision he saw and looked to find a tattoo artist to copy his vision and get the wings perfect. He had this tattoo on his body as a tribute to Michael saving his life and the guarding angel he felt was there with them."
This had nothing to do with the incident that took Monsoor's life and made him a candidate for the Medal of Honor, when he threw himself on a grenade to save three more lives.
and this photo.
man that is one of the coolest vids i have ever seen
just finished reading "Lone Survivor"...I rarely post a comment here, but i just want you all guys to know, well almost all of you guys here know that it was really a good read..such brave and dedicated men..makes you admire them.. may they rest in peace..and peace of mind to Mr. Luttrell..respect..
Ravage, what loadbearing vest is he wearing in your "Post Two Days Ago" or does anybody else know what brand it is?