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December 4, 2005
To the Family and Friends of my friend Noah 'High Speed' Harris:
As Noah and I went through National Advanced Leadership Camp together we always talked about what we wanted to do once we were commissioned as officers. Our minds changed but by the time we graduated he knew what he wanted- and I remember him saying to me with a smile, "Leading troops into battle Genrich, how awesome does that sound?" My memories of Noah are nothing but positive reflections of what today's leader should be. His character and spirit drive me to be a better person and officer. You will always be remembered buddy,
Strength and Honor
Lt. Genrich
December 4, 2005
Dear Mr. And Mrs. Harris, Family and Friends,

I never really got to know Noah as well as I would have liked to but the one time I met him I was literally blown away at how kind and generous he was. It takes a special person to be able to lay down his life and fight for not himself, but for the ones he loves and for his country. I just want to let the Harris family they are in my prayers and thoughts.

Ps- Don't forget to give 13 hugs and day !! IDWIC !!
November 30, 2005
I will never forget you Noah. You are one of the greatest persons that I have ever met. I will never forget you going out of your way to greet me on campus every day. You were the first friend that I had at UGA after high school and Marine boot camp. I remember having Art History together and studying for the exams. I always admired you in school. You had outstanding character and you were always positive. I will never forget you and you will always be an inspiration in my life. Your spirit will continue to live on and I hope to see you again when this life's over.
October 29, 2005
Mr. and Mrs. Harris:

I learned of Noah's passing a little while ago when one of the Cadets from UGA visited our unit. I met Noah on the plane to Ft. Lewis for Advanced Camp over two years ago. What first struck me about Noah was how genuine he was and motivated to do well. We swapped advice and our game plan on how to accomplish the tasks ahead of us. I was pretty nervous about what we were about to commit ourselves to, but his confidence was reassuring. We ended up in the same regiment and he excelled, setting and example for all of us. I remember seeing him at graduation as the honor graduate for the Regiment. I later ran into Noah at Ranger school, unfortunetly that was the last time I saw him. I cannot begin to console you for your loss. The world has lost a great person. I too will be deploying to Iraq in a few months when I return to the United States and I will keep Noah, and the fine example he set in my heart and mind. You remain in my prayers.

Sincerely,

1Lt. Andrew James Artis.
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