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May 27, 2017
"You are missed and will never be forgotten!"
March 23, 2015
In Gods kingdom government there will be no wars
Isaiah 2:4
March 16, 2014
It's been 10 years today. Family and friends of LT Mike Adams have remembered his passing everyday since. In our own way, many of us relive that day over and over again. What to say on such an anniversary? What would you say? I will tell you that Mike has a great sense of humor. We always found time to laugh and joke about the "dangerous" missions we survived. Through adversity we found comfort in camaraderie and mission accomplishment. We would joke about it, then move on to the PlayStation 2 and dominate the platoon on Red Faction 2 and Tiger Woods 2003. I think the only time I really ever got upset with Mike is when he would win at anything we competed against (I was, and currently am, a sore loser). Thank you, Mike.
There isn't a single person that ever had the privilege of knowing Mike, that isn't grateful to this day for what Mike has given us. There are many of us, even outside of our unit, that have Mike to thank. Each of us does so in our own way. Whenever I see my family, I can't help but be thankful. So where to go from today forward? Mike always said "Never worry about the 'What-ifs', that's what drives people and planning crazy". A quote I've lived by since. For myself, I will always remember this day, 10 years ago, as the day we lost a great Son, Brother (now Uncle), and Friend. But I will focus more on the better times. The funnier times. The lighter side of our friendship. Mike is in Great company, and we should all be so jealous. :)
May 28, 2013
Always in our hearts and memories! Never will we forget!
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