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April 5, 2017
In remembrance...Continuous thoughts and prayers
January 12, 2017
My hearts and prayers to the family of Ty-Ty was loved so much. My husband speaks of him quite often and he is a constant thought. The other night as I lie awake trying to fall asleep- my husband begins opening up with an outpour of emotion. I knew over the years he was struggling with losing Ty- but I had no idea it was as deep as it was. He loved and cared for him so much. Although they were brothers in arms- Ty was like his son. My husband showed me this page that night he was flooded with emotion so days later I return here to write this only to find he left a message as well. I pray that your wounded hearts and minds are binded. I celebrate your son and I am truly grateful for his service. He will never be forgotten. ❤
January 9, 2017
Cpl "J" and I met at BN HQ's, he was the Sergeant Major's driver. Every time I headed that way, he was there. We hit it off from our very first conversation. Cpl J was very respectful and a pleasant person/soldier to be around. Most of my counseling to him was on military and marriage. Hope he didn't listen to me on the marriage stuff! We talked liked we'd known each other all our lives. The last time Cpl "J" and I spoke was on FOB BERNSTEIN. The convoy he was with stopped there on April 4th. I was the Platoon Sergeant at the time. I saw Cpl J over by the bunker that had internet services and goodies to buy. We gave each other some "dap" (hand shake) and caught up on what was going on. There were three of us there at the front of the bunker, laughing and talking. The convoy was ready to leave towards Warrior Base, where the main body was. We "dapped" out, told him to take it easy and see ya when I see ya. Shortly after the vehicles left, we got alerted of what happened to the convoy. Cpl J has been a constant thought in my mind. I play that day over and over again in my mind. I can see his face, I can hear his voice. Always talking about his wife and kids and his family. Cpl J spoke about protecting his family and his country. He couldn't wait to ETS out of military when his time came. I took to Cpl J as if he were my own Son. I know his physical presence is gone but his spirit is forever within me! Good people are so hard to come by these days, I am so BLESSED to have known Cpl "J"! I saw a lot of me in him, a man doing what he needed to do for his family and his counyry. Upon leaving Iraq, the Commmand Sergeant Major pulled me to the side and told me what happened with the incident. We cried and we remembered his goodness, the Goodness that GOD calls all of his children to have, whether one believes in him or not. Cpl "Johnson represented in true fashion! I retired in 2009, deployed with 101st in Dessert Shield/Storm, and again in 2003-2004 and 2005-2006; OIE/OEF. While on vehicle patrol, I saw an IED explode under the hummv in front of me. That day, and April 4th, haunt me to this very day. I feel guilty about April 4th, I've asked GOD over and over why not me instead. I don't have the answer as to why. I'm stuck in that moment, right before receiving the word on what happened. I'm being helped and working on letting Cpl J go, it's difficult and my mind wants to hold on to him, there on FOB BERNSTEIN. I hope that you his wife, children, mother, father, family are at a peaceful place with Cpl J. He has earned his sleep, we all have to get there, it's a part of the journey we are on. The flesh wants to live forever but it's the spirit that will always lives on, as long as we remember! Forever my "Brother" Corporal "J". See ya when I see ya in the next life! - Balls Of The Eagle 2/230th FAR, Hooah!!!!
May 26, 2014
We will always remember.