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1st Sgt. Tobias C. Meister

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January 02, 2006
To the family and fellow soldiers in arms of 1SG Meister, I am indeed saddened by hearing of another loss of a true hero and U.S. Armed services family member. As a former member of the 486th Civil Affairs Battalion, I can personally attest to a proud legacy of soldiers who repeatedly go above and beyond the call of duty, some, eventually making the ultimate sacrifice. And, as 1SG Meister, I know that the 486th CA Bn is surpassed by no other unit in the U.S. military in terms of mutual love and respect between all current and former officers, soldiers, civilians and dependents of the 486th. What greater love hath a man than to lay down his life for the defense of his country, and its beliefs. It has been said that someone who does not have something worth dying for, has nothing to live for. This true American has proven that he does indeed have something worth dying for; it is that very same thing that we are living for...I render a final salute to you 1SG Meister. Until we meet again on the Fiddler's Green, may GOD have mercy on your soul and may He give strength and understanding to the multitude of family, friends and fellow soldiers you've left behind. Thank you for giving your life in order that countless others who might have never had the opportunity to meet you may live their life in a country as blessed and as fortunate as ours.
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