NATO Troops - Profiles In Courage

Since: Nov 08

Chicago, IL

#85 Jan 22, 2011
Morning everyone. Hope you're having a good one so far. You guys are making the site work. Welcome to Nuka, Redneck Hippie and Flower Child. I hope we can continue to make it interesting.

“Keeping my fingers crossed ...”

Since: Aug 07

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#86 Jan 22, 2011
REDNECK HIPPIE wrote:
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morning RS, I was at the VFW yesterday and got inspired.
That'll do it.

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Since: Aug 07

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#87 Jan 22, 2011
Flower-Child wrote:
Good morning everyone ... just a quick drive-by to wish well on your new thread ... some good stuff here ... Enjoy your day! <3
Hi, FC. Hope to see you around.

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#88 Jan 22, 2011
Naturally Wired wrote:
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Yep...good thread.
Have a good day folks, I'm off for a big dinner and then finishing shovelling some snow from last nights blast of winter..lol
We must've gotten a good 6 or 7 inches since last night. Looks like grocery shopping will have to wait. Think I'll send out for pizza instead.

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#89 Jan 22, 2011
Arise Chicago Poet wrote:
Morning everyone. Hope you're having a good one so far. You guys are making the site work. Welcome to Nuka, Redneck Hippie and Flower Child. I hope we can continue to make it interesting.
Amen to that.

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#90 Jan 22, 2011
A VICTORIA CROSS RECIPIENT

CYRIL JOE BARTON
No. 578 Squadron
Extract from “The London Gazette” of 27th June, 1944

Pilot Officer Cyril Joe Barton, R.A.F.V.R.
(Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve).




On the night of 30th March, 1944, Pilot Officer Barton was captain and pilot of a Halifax aircraft detailed to attack Nuremberg. When some 70 miles short of the target, the aircraft was attacked by a Junkers 88. The first burst of fire from the enemy made the intercommunication system useless. One engine was damaged when a Messerschmitt 210 joined in the fight. The bomber’s machine guns were out of action and the gunners were unable to return the fire.
Fighters continued to attack the aircraft as it approached the target area and, in the confusion caused by the failure of the communications system at the height of the battle, a signal was misinterpreted and the navigator, air bomber and wireless operator left the aircraft by parachute.

Pilot Officer Barton faced a situation of dire peril. His aircraft was damaged, his navigational team had gone and he could not communicate with the remainder of the crew. If he continued his mission, he would be at the mercy of hostile fighters when silhouetted against the fires in the target area, and if he survived he would have to make a 4 1/2 hours journey home on three engines across heavily-defended territory. Determined to press home his attack at all costs, he flew on and, reaching the target, released the bombs himself.

As Pilot Officer Barton turned for home the propeller of the damaged engine, which was vibrating badly, flew off. It was also discovered that two of the petrol tanks had suffered damage and were leaking. Pilot Officer Barton held to his course and, without navigational aids and in spite of strong head winds, successfully avoided the most dangerous defence areas on his route. Eventually he crossed the English coast only 90 miles north of his base.

By this time the petrol supply was nearly exhausted. Before a suitable landing place could be found, the port engine stopped. The aircraft was now too low to be abandoned successfully. Pilot Officer Barton therefore ordered the three remaining members of his crew to take up their crash stations. Then, with only one engine working, he made a gallant attempt to land clear of the houses over which he was flying. The aircraft finally crashed and Pilot Officer Barton lost his life, but his three comrades survived.

Pilot Officer Barton had previously taken part in four attacks on Berlin and 14 other operational missions. On one of these two members of his crew were wounded during a determined effort to locate the target despite the appalling weather conditions.
In gallantly completing his last mission in the face of almost impossible odds, this officer displayed unsurpassed courage and devotion to duty.

“Uroplatus Phantasticus”

Since: Feb 08

Durban, South Africa

#91 Jan 22, 2011
truth wrote:
paid murdering troops !!!!funny thing what comes around goes around !!!!because we have went and destroyed other country's we will someday get ours what is due to the baby killing country of America that's bad when all the other country's look at us as the sinning aggressors of the world.the world police.and you sheeple are guilty of murder of innocent people .and it makes Americans proud to kill.women and children so long as it not in my back yard. a bunch of sick bastards to me.all you warmonger are sick as hell government ass sucker.like your scared to say something about the Zionist jews.pathetic each and everyone of you pathetic.scared of your own shadow I new their was a reason they killed Christians.because their not worth a shit cheating liars adulterers murders.and they ask for forgiveness on Sunday and all is well.then on Monday kill some more women and children.all i got to say is i want off this brain dead planet full of non thinkers.they let their government think for them just like a true sheeple.
So build a rocket and light the fuse.

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Since: Aug 07

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#92 Jan 22, 2011
AN AFGHANISTAN WAR MEDAL OF HONOR RECIPIENT

MURPHY, MICHAEL P.
Rank and Organization: Lieutenant, United States Navy
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty as the leader of a special reconnaissance element with Naval Special Warfare Task Unit Afghanistan on 27 and 28 June 2005. While leading a mission to locate a high-level anti-coalition militia leader, Lieutenant Murphy demonstrated extraordinary heroism in the face of grave danger in the vicinity of Asadabad, Konar Province, Afghanistan. On 28 June 2005, operating in an extremely rugged enemy-controlled area, Lieutenant Murphy's team was discovered by anti-coalition militia sympathizers, who revealed their position to Taliban fighters. As a result, between 30 and 40 enemy fighters besieged his four-member team. Demonstrating exceptional resolve, Lieutenant Murphy valiantly led his men in engaging the large enemy force. The ensuing fierce firefight resulted in numerous enemy casualties, as well as the wounding of all four members of the team. Ignoring his own wounds and demonstrating exceptional composure, Lieutenant Murphy continued to lead and encourage his men. When the primary communicator fell mortally wounded, Lieutenant Murphy repeatedly attempted to call for assistance for his beleaguered teammates. Realizing the impossibility of communicating in the extreme terrain, and in the face of almost certain death, he fought his way into open terrain to gain a better position to transmit a call. This deliberate, heroic act deprived him of cover, exposing him to direct enemy fire. Finally achieving contact with his Headquarters, Lieutenant Murphy maintained his exposed position while he provided his location and requested immediate support for his team. In his final act of bravery, he continued to engage the enemy until he was mortally wounded, gallantly giving his life for his country and for the cause of freedom. By his selfless leadership, courageous actions, and extraordinary devotion to duty, Lieutenant Murphy reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.

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Since: Aug 07

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#93 Jan 22, 2011
The following words were written by William Shakespeare. It's almost as though he had a line of sight to our times as these words could describe any soldier of today.
**********

Whoever does not have the stomach for this fight,
Let him depart.
Give him money to speed his departure,
We do not wish to die in his company.

He who outlives this day, and goes safely home,
Will stand tall when this day is remembered.
He who survives this day, and sees old age,
Will yearly on its vigil, feast with his friends.

He will strip his shirt, and show his scars,
He will remember with pride, what feats he did this day.
He will recall the names, as familiar as household words,
He will raise a toast so they are freshly remembered.

This story he will teach to his son,
And every day that passes by,
From this day to the end of the world,
All those who were here shall be remembered.

We few, we happy few, we band of brothers,
He who sheds his blood with me today,
Shall be my brother forever.
And this day shall heal his fears.

And all those home safely in bed,
Shall think themselves cursed that they were not here.
And they will hold their manhood cheap,
When anyone speaks who fought with us this day.

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Adapted from Henry V ... Act IV Scene III by William Shakespeare

“TEXAS ... SECEDE”

Since: Feb 08

REPUBLIC OF TEXAS

#94 Jan 22, 2011
RiverSpirit wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi, FC. Hope to see you around.
Hiya RS ... here I am ...see me? LOL ... hope you're having a great weekend! <3

“TEXAS ... SECEDE”

Since: Feb 08

REPUBLIC OF TEXAS

#95 Jan 22, 2011
Arise Chicago Poet wrote:
Morning everyone. Hope you're having a good one so far. You guys are making the site work. Welcome to Nuka, Redneck Hippie and Flower Child. I hope we can continue to make it interesting.
seems to be working well, so far CP3 ... thanks for making this thread ...

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Since: Feb 08

REPUBLIC OF TEXAS

#96 Jan 22, 2011
Ricky F wrote:
<quoted text>I like this new thread!
It gives us a wide inclusion into the ranks of the troops from many different areas of the world from different cultures! These are all men and women making ultimate sacrifices for mankind and are deserving of this forum!
Hiya Ricky! I totally agree ... have a great weekend ... C'iao on the morrow ... <3

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Since: Aug 07

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#97 Jan 22, 2011
Flower-Child wrote:
<quoted text>
Hiya RS ... here I am ...see me? LOL ... hope you're having a great weekend! <3
Other than being snowed in at the moment, no complaints!

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#98 Jan 22, 2011
This is a very good publication for the military

http://militarytimes.com/

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#99 Jan 22, 2011
Ultimate Sacrifice

These men and women have given their lives while serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. This will be updated on a weekly basis. You can also find more military casualty information at http://siadapp.dmdc.osd.mil/personnel/CASUALT...

casualty information at http://siadapp.dmdc.osd.mil/personnel/CASUALT...
Operation Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan)

October 7, 2001 to Dec. 27, 2010
Column 1

Aamot, Aaron Seth, 22, Custer, WA
Abad, Sergio Sagoni, 21, Morganfield, KY
Abbate, Matthew Thomas, 26, Honolulu, HI
Abeyta, Christopher Paul, 23, Midlothian, IL
Adamkavicius, Clayton Lee, 43, Fairdale, KY
Adams, Christian Michael, 26, Sierra Vista, AZ
Adams, Ryan Christopher, 26, Rhinelander, WI
Adkinson, Vinson Bryon III, 26, Harper, KS
Aguila, Francisco Xavier, 35, Bayamon, PR
Ahmed, Shane Hasan, 31, Bedford, IN
Ainsworth, Jesse Wayne, 24, Dayton, TX
Akins, Kevin Donudell, 29, Burnsville, NC
Albert, Phillip Robert, 41, Terryville, CT
Alcaraz, Raymond Chavez Jr, 20, Redlands, CA
Aleman, Nicholas Jose, 24, Brooklyn, NY
Alexander, Leroy Edward, 27, Dale City, VA
Allen, Justin Bradley, 23, Coal Grove, OH
Allen, Nekl Bruce, 29, Rochester, NY
Allgaier, Christopher Michael, 33, Middleton, WI
Allison, Thomas Ferrell, 22, Tucson, AZ
Ammon, Jeffrey Alan, 37, Orem, UT
Amundson, William Madden Jr, 21, The Woodlands, TX
Anderson, Billy Gene, 20, Alexandria, TN
Anderson, Brian Michael, 24, Harrisonburg, VA
Anderson, Marc Anthony, 30, Cantonment, FL
Anderson, Nicholas Robert, 21, Sauk City, WI
Andrade, John Edward Sr, 19, San Antonio, TX
Andrews, Darryn D, 34, Dallas, TX
Andrews, Evander Earl, 36, Solon, ME
Andrews, Scott Anthony, 21, Fall River, MA
Angus, Daniel Mckinnon, 28, Thonotosassa, FL
Antonik, Christopher John, 29, Crystal Lake, IL
Aragon, Carlos Alberto, 19, Orem, UT
Archuleta, Tamara Lee, 23, Los Lunas, NM
Argentine, James David, 22, Farmingdale, NY
Argonish, Jan Michael, 26, Scranton, PA
Arizmendez, Marc A, 30, Anaheim, CA
Ashlock, Vincent Wayne, 45, Seaside, CA
Austin, Alan Jerome, 21, Houston, TX
Axelson, Matthew Gene, 29, San Diego, CA
Ayala, David, 24, New York, NY
Ayers, Jonathan Ryan, 24, Snellville, GA
Ayube, James Anthony II, 25, Salem, MA

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#100 Jan 22, 2011
Babine, Travis Thornton, 20, San Antonio, TX
Badie, David John, 23, Rockford, IL
Bagwell, Charlie Lane, 28, Lake Toxaway, NC
Bailey, Michael Chad, 29, Park Hills, MO
Bailey, Michael Vincent, 20, Waldorf, MD
Baker, David Raymond, 22, Painesville, OH
Baldwin, Robert Francis, 39, Muscatine, IL
Ball, Scott Rowen, 38, Carlisle, PA
Baltazar, Christopher Shawn Jr, 19, San Antonio, TX
Balthaser, Jesse Michael, 23, Columbus, OH
Bancroft, Matthew William, 29, Burney, CA
Banks, Barbaralien, 41, Harvey, LA
Barbozaflores, Pedro Antonio, 27, Glendale, CA
Barnard, Shane Stanley, 38, San Antonio, TX
Barnes, Rocco Martin, 51, Los Angeles, CA
Barrett, Brandon Aaron, 27, Marion, IN
Barrett, Robert John, 20, Fall River, MA
Barry, Michael Christopher, 29, Overland Park, KS
Bartelt, Justus Steven Joe, 27, Polo, IL
Barton, Christopher Ryan, 22, Concord, NC
Barton, Robert Nicholas II, 35, Roxie, MS
Bartz, Paul Robert, 43, Waterloo, WI
Bates, Brian Russell Jr, 20, Gretna, LA
Bauer, Joseph Andrew, 27, Cincinnati, OH
Bauguess, Larry John Jr, 36, Moravian Falls, NC
Baum, Tane Travis, 30, Pendleton, OR
Baumann, Ryan Patrick, 24, Great Mills, MD
Beachnaw, Lucas Tyler, 23, Lowell, MI
Beale, John Curtis, 39, Riverdale, GA
Beasley, Bobby Edward, 36, Inwood, WV
Belkofer, Thomas Patrick, 44, Perrysburg, OH
Bell, Jerome Charles Jr, 29, Auburn, NY
Benitez, Carlos Alonzo, 24, Carrollton, TX
Benjamin, Adam Frank, 34, Garfield, OH
Bennedsen, Robert N, 25, Vashon, WA
Bennett, Daniel Ryan, 23, Clifton, VA
Berisford, Julian Lee, 25, Benwood, WV
Berky, Bryan David, 25, Melrose, FL
Bernard, Joshua Matthew, 21, New Portland, ME
Berrettini, Richard Joseph, 52, Wilcox, PA
Bertolino, Matthew Lee, 20, Hampstead, NH
Bertrand, Bryan Pahl, 23, Coos Bay, OR
Bertrand, Cory Joseph, 18, Center, TX
Bessa, Jeremy Eugene, 26, Woodridge, IL
Billingsley, Tramaine Jamal, 20, Portsmouth, VA
Birchfield, Joshua Harold, 24, Westville, IN
Bishop, John Christian, 25, Columbus, IN
Bishop, Keith Robert, 28, Medford, NY
Blair, John David, 38, Calhoun, GA
Blake, Joseph Robert, 34, Portland, OR
Blamires, Jesse Allen, 25, West Jordan, UT
Blaney, Joshua Charles, 25, Matthews, NC
Blaskowski, Matthew Dean, 27, Levering, MI
Blessing, Jay Anthony, 23, Tacoma, WA
Board, Cody Allen, 19, Mckinney, TX
Bock, Michael Andrew, 26, Leesburg, FL
Bocks, Phillip Allen, 28, Troy, MI
Boelk, James David, 24, Oceanside, CA
Bogar, Jason Michael, 25, Seattle, WA
Bohle, Bradley Scott, 29, Glen Burnie, MD
Bolen, Edward Hubalek, 25, Chittenango, NY
Boris, David Albin, 30, Pottsville, PA
Borjas, Federico Guerra, 33, San Diego, CA
Bostick, Thomas Gordon Jr, 37, Llano, TX
Bourgeois, Matthew Joseph, 35, Tallahassee, FL
Bovia, Joseph Anthony, 24, Kenner, LA
Bowen, Clayton Patrick, 29, San Antonio, TX
Bowen, Collin J, 38, Millersville, MD
Bowles, Timothy Louis, 24, Tucson, AZ
Bowman, Brian Robert, 24, Crawfordsville, IN
Boyd, Christopher John, 22, Palatine, IL
Bradbury, Brian Jay, 22, Saint Joseph, MO
Bradshaw, Brian N, 24, Steilacoom, WA
Braggs, Randy Rashad, 21, Sierra Vista, AZ
Brennan, Joshua Charles, 22, Ontario, OR
Brennan, Julian Thomas, 25, Brooklyn, NY
Brewster, Bryan Allen, 24, Fontana, CA
Brixey, Billy Don Jr, 21, Ferriday, LA
Brochu, Jordan Mykle, 20, Cumberland, ME
Broehm, Matthew J, 22, Flagstaff, AZ
Brostrom, Jonathan Paul, 24, Aiea, HI
Brown, Adam Lee, 36, Hot Springs, AR
Brown, Jeremy Lynn, 20, Mcminnville, TN
Brown, Matthew Warren, 20, Zelienople, PA
Brown, Seteria Lafaye, 22, Orlando, FL
Brown, William Russell, 30, Fort Worth, TX
Browning, Charles Robert, 31, Tucson, AZ
Brummund, Gavin Roderick, 22, Arnold, CA
Bruner, Thomas Lee, 50, Owensboro, KY
Brunkhorst, Scott William, 25, Fayettville, NC
Bryson, Stephen Lamon, 36, Montgomery, AL
Bubacz, Andrew Stephen, 23, Dalzell, SC
Buenagua, Ardenjoseph Ayuson, 19, San Jose, CA
Bull, Douglas John, 29, Wilkes Barre, PA
Bullard, James David, 28, Marion, SC
Bunting, Brian Matthew, 29, Potomac, MD
Buras, Michael John, 23, Fitzerald, GA
Burkholder, Jason Evan, 27, Elida,OH

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#101 Jan 22, 2011
Burnett, Dustin Kelby, 19, Fort Mohave, AZ
Burrow, Dennis James, 23, Naples, FL
Bury, Brandon Cole, 26, Kingwood, TX
Buxbaum, Justin Lee, 23, South Portland, ME
Byrd, Jordan Matthew, 19, Grantsville, UT
Cabacoy, Christopher Francis, 30, Virginia Beach, VA
Caban, Eric, 28, Fort Worth, TX
Cahir, William John, 40, Washington, DC
Cain, Justin James, 22, Manitowoc, WI
Cain, Norman Lewis III, 22, Freeport, IL
Calero, Jeffrey Ray, 34, Queens Village, NY
Calhoun, Marvin Ray Jr, 23, Elkhart, IN
Calloway, Isaiah, 23, Jacksonville, FL
Calo, Jason Dean, 23, Lexington, KY
Campbell, Anthony Charles Jr, 35, Florence, KY
Campbell, Damion Garland, 23, Baltimore, MD
Campbell, Karl Andrew, 34, Chiefland, FL
Canham, Dustin Lee, 21, Lake Stevens, WA
Cannon, Mark Russell, 31, Lubbock, TX
Carazo, Mario Delosangeles, 41, Springfield, OH
Carbullido, Anthony Mark, 25, Agat, GU
Cardenaz, Michael David P, 29, Corona, CA
Carnes, Nicholas Ray, 25, Dayton, KY
Carney, Scott Michael, 37, Des Moines, IA
Caron, Joseph Thierry, 21, Tacoma, WA
Carroll, Jacob Charles, 20, Clemmons, NC
Carron, Paul Douglas, 33,, MO
Carter, Curtiss Anthony, 25, Lafayette, IN
Carter, James, 42, Montgomery, AL
Cartwright, Charles Issac, 26, Union Bridge, MD
Carver, Jacob R, 20, Freeman, MO
Carver, Ross Steven, 21, Rocky Point, NC
Carwile, Donald Clayton, 29, Oxford, MS
Casey, Nicholas Anthony, 22, Canton, OH
Casillas, Justin Aaron, 19, Dunnigan, CA
Caskey, Joseph Davis, 24, Pittsburgh, PA
Cassada, Jessie Adam, 19, Hendersonville, NC
Castiglione, Benjamin Phillip, 21, Howell, MI
Castro, Andrew Jordan, 20, Westlake Village, CA
Catherwood, Alec Ernst, 19, Byron, IL
Catlett, Matthew Ryan, 23, Houston, TX
Cauley, George Walter, 24, Walker, MN
Ceniceros, Irvin Martin, 21, Clarksville, AR
Centanni, Rick Joseph, 19, Yorba Linda, CA
Cervantes, Victor Hugo, 27, Stockton, CA
Chandler, Jeremy Alan, 30, Richmond Hill, GA
Chapleau, Kristopher David, 33, Lagrange, KY
Chapman, John Allan, 36, Waco, TX
Chapman, Nathan Ross, 31, San Antonio, TX
Charlton, Robert Keith, 22, Malden, MO
Charpentier, Andrew Scott, 21, Great Falls, MT
Charte, Philip Gerald Eichner, 22, Goffstown, NH
Chavers, Brock Henry, 25, Bulloch, GA
Chay, Kyu Hyuk, 34, Astoria, NY
Checo, Steven, 22, Bronx, NY
Cherry, Craig William, 39, Winchester, VA
Chihuahua, Shannon, 25, Thomasville, GA
Childers, Cody Steven, 19, Chesapeake, VA
Chiomento, Robert Joseph II, 34, Fort Dix, NJ
Chisholm, Benjamen Glen, 24, Fort Worth, TX
Choe, Florence Bacong, 35, El Cajon, CA
Christian, Rusty Hunter, 24, Greenville, TN
Chrobot, Jordan Lee, 24, Frederick, MD
Clark, Cory Luttrel Sr, 25, Plant City, FL
Clark, Jeffery Lane, 24, Bay City, FL
Clark, Philip P, 19, Gainesville, FL
Clark, Ryane Glenn, 22, New London, MN
Clark, Theodore Jr, 31, Emporia, VA
Clarkson, Joel David, 23, Fairbanks, AK
Claunch, Herbert Ronald, 58, Wetumpka, AL
Cleaver, John James, 36, Marysville, WA
Clemens, Brian Michael, 19, Kokomo, IN
Clemens, Shawn Michael, 28, Allegany, NY
Clements, Chad Derek, 26, Huntington, IN
Cliff, Richard Gordon Jr, 29, Sanford, NC
Clowers, Jesse Gladden Jr, 27, Herndon, VA
Coffland, Christopher James, 43, Baltimore, MD
Cohee, Walter Francis III, 26, Mardela Springs, MD
Cole, Brent Scott, 38, Reedsville, WV
Cole, Jeremiah Scott, 26, Hiawatha, KS
Coleman, Chad Derek, 20, Moreland, GA
Coleman, Justin Dean, 21, Weeki Wachee, FL
Coleman, Mark Wayne, 40, Centerville, WA
Collins, Sean Martin, 25, Yelm, WA
Combs, Casey Dean, 28, Auburn, WA
Comfort, Kyle Aaron, 27, Jacksonville, AL
Commons, Matthew Allen, 21, Boulder City, NV
Conlon, Paul Edward Jr, 21, Somerville, MA
Connolly, David Scott, 37, Boston, MA
Connolly, Ryan James, 24, Vacaville, CA
Cook, Nicholas Scott, 19, Hungry Horse, MT
Cook, Robert James, 24, Sun Prairie, WI
Cooper, Keenan Alexander, 19, Wahpeton, ND
Cooper, William Justin Lee, 22, Eupora, MS
Corlew, Sean Mitchell, 37, Thousand Oaks, CA
Corma, Salvatore Simplicio II, 24, Wenonah, NJ
Cornelius, Kevin Michael, 20, Ashtabula, OH

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#102 Jan 22, 2011
Corpuz, Bernard Paul, 28, Watsonville, CA
Corzine, Kenneth A, 23, Bethalto, IL
Cottle, Robert James, 45, Whittier, CA
Coumas, Kyle Andrew, 22, Lockford, CA
Courcy, Peter John, 22, Frisco, TX
Coutu, Kyle Joseph, 20, Providence, RI
Cox, Daniel Lee, 26, Parsons, KS
Cox, Nathan Matthew, 32, Walcott, IA
Cox, Nathan William, 27, Fremont, CA
Craig, Brian Thomas, 27, Houston, TX
Craig, Heathe Nathanniel, 28, Severn, MD
Crane, Richard Michael, 25, Independence, MO
Crass, Layton Bradly, 22, Richmond, IN
Creighton, Andrew James, 23, Laurel, DE
Crisostomo, Jose San, 59, Inarajan, GU
Crose, Bradley Stephen, 27, Orange Park, FL
Cross, Peter Kyle, 20, Saginaw, TX
Crouse, William Harry IV, 22, Woodruff, SC
Crow, Robert Wayne Jr, 42, Kansas City, MO
Crumpler, Josiah Dennis, 27, Hillsborough, NC
Cruttenden, Aaron Brett, 25, Mesa, AZ
Cruz, Joseph, 22, Whittier, CA
Cueto, Kevin Alexander, 23, San Jose, CA
Culbreth, Justin Eric, 26, Warrenton, CO
Cullins, Joshua James, 28, Simi Valley, CA
Cunningham, Jason Decastro, 26, Camarillo, CA
Curreri, Joseph Francesco, 27, Los Angeles, CA
Currier, Eric Dennis, 21, Londonderry, NH
Curry, Michael Seafred Jr, 37, Dania Beach, FL
Curtis, Jonathan Michael, 24, Belmont, MA
Curtiss, Kurt Robert, 27, Murray, UT
Cutsforth, Sean Russell, 22, Radford, VA
Cuzzupe, Paul Orazio II, 23, Plant City, FL
Dahl, Michael Anthony Jr, 23, Moreno Valley, CA
Dahlke, Jason Sean, 29, Orlando, FL
Damas, Leopold Fred, 26, Floral Park, NY
Damon, Patrick Daniel, 41, Falmouth, ME
Davis, Adam James, 19, Twin Falls, ID
Davis, Bryant Leroy, 20, Chicago, IL
Davis, David Alan, 28, Dalhart, TX
Davis, Jefferson Donald, 39, Watauga, TN
Davis, Joshua Michael, 19, Perry, IA
Davis, Justin Ray, 19, Gaithersburg, MD
Davis, Robert Gene, 23, Jackson, MO
Davis, Timothy Peter, 28, Aberdeen, WA
Dawson, Ezra, 31, Oklahoma City, OK
Dawson, William Brandon, 20, Tunica, MS
Dazachacon, Edwin Herbert, 38, Belleville, IL
De La Pena-Hernandez, Esau Ivan, 25, La Puente, CA
De La Rosa, Fernando, 24, Alamo, TX
Deans, Patrick David, 22, Orlando, FL
Deboer, Daane Adam, 24, Ludington, MI
Decoteau, Marc P, 19, Waterville Valley, NH
Defazio, Robert William, 21, West Babylon, NY
Deghand, Bernard Lee, 42, Mayetta, KS
Deluzio, Steven Joseph, 25, South Glastonbury, CT
Dennis, Jacob Anthony, 22, Powder Springs, GA
Dennis, Jerod Rhoton, 19, Soper, OK
Depottey, Jeremy Edward, 26, Ironwood, MI
Deprimo, Jeffrey Frank, 35, Pittston, PA
Desforges, Joshua David, 23, Ludlow, MA
Desolenni, Bruno Giancarlo, 32, Crescent City, CA
Devoe, Patrick Allen II, 27, Auburn, NY
Dew, Victor Anthony, 20, Granite Bay, CA
Dewater, Richard Allen, 21, Topeka, KS
Dewhirst, Nick A, 25, E Onalaska, WI
Deysie, Ara Tyler, 18, Parker, AZ
Diaz Boria, Roberto Efrain, 47, San Juan, PR
Diaz, Isaac Edward, 26, Rio Hondo, TX
Dickmyer, Adam Lynn, 26, Winston Salem, NC
Dietz, Danny Phillip Jr, 25, Littleton, CO
Dikcis, Alan Nathan, 21, Niagara Falls, NY
Dilisio, Anthony Attilio, 20, Macomb, MI
Dillon, James Robert Jr, 19, Grove City, PA
Dimock, Joseph Whiting II, 21, Wildwood, IL
Dimond, Scott Gene, 39, Franklin, NH
Dinterman, Michael Richard, 18, Littlestown, PA
Dion, John Phillip, 19, Shattuck, OK
Disney, Jason A, 20, Fallon, NV
Dively, Duane William, 43, Rancho California, CA
Doles, John Glen, 29, Claremore, OK
Donahue, Max William, 23, Highlands Ranch, CO
Donaldson, Christopher Brian, 28, Effingham, IL
Donevski, Robert John, 19, Sun City, AZ
Donnelly, William James IV, 27, Picayune, MS
Dorrity, James Paul, 37, Aurora, CO
Drakulich, David Joseph, 22, Reno, NV
Drawl, Robert Eugene Jr, 21, Alexandria, VA
Drees, Steven Thomas, 19, Peshtigo, WI
Dronet, Brandon Ryan, 33, Erath, LA
Duffman, Scott Eric, 32, Albuquerque, NM
Dumaw, Joshua Robert, 23, Spokane Valley, WA
Dumont, Paul Edmond Jr, 23, Williamsburg, VA
Dunn, Kielin Terrell, 19, Chesapeake, VA
Dupont, Kevin Allan, 52, Templeton, MA
Dupont, Steven Lloyd, 20, Lafayette, LA
Durgin, Russell Meade, 23, Henniker, NH
Durham, Patrick Keith, 24, Chattanooga, TN

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Durkin, Ciara Marie, 30, Quincy, MA
Durkin, Sean Michael, 24, Aurora, CO
Dyer, Scott William, 38, Cocoa Beach, FL
Eastman, Christopher Lucas, 28, Moose Pass, AK
Ebbers, James Henry, 19, Tinley Park, IL
Eckard, Christopher William, 30, Hickory, NC
Edgerton, Donald Rocky, 33, Murphy, NC
Edgin, Kevin Finch, 31, Dyersburg, TN
Edmunds, Jonn Joseph, 20, Cheyenne, WY
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#104 Jan 22, 2011
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