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December 03, 2016

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November 10, 2016
My condolences go out to this great man's family. I worked with Capt Stanton at the USAF Honor Guard. He was an Awesome leader, and I'll never forget him.
October 16, 2016
I had the privilege to serve with Alex in the Honor Guard as well. He was definitely dedicated to the job, took his job serious but could let his guard down and have a beer and relax when needed. Really sad to to hear of his untimely passing. My condolences to his family.
October 8, 2016
Captain Stanton, it was an honor to serve with you. I'll never forget all the great memories we had together with The AF Honor Guard Drill Team. We grew together as leaders and most importantly men. Until I see you again my friend, I'm truly going to miss you. Every time I see purple and gold it will be hard to fight back the tears. Geaux Tigers and Rest In Peace Alex.
October 7, 2016
Capt. Stanton was a much loved and respected member of our Civil Air Patrol squadron and touched all of our lives. He taught the cadets so much, but most importantly showed them what an officer and gentleman is. We will miss him beyond words.
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