Discussion in 'Fallen Special Operators' started by JJOIFVET, Jul 9, 2009.
So sorry for your loss.
RIP and prayers for all those left behind.
My thoughts are with all of you affected by this tragic loss.
Cancer is a horrendous bitch of a way to die. I've lost many family members to it and after years of rad haz of all sorts, I'm sure I'll go out that way some day as well.
Another weird thing in 5th group, is the amount of cases of Gout. That is a build up of uruc acids in your joints. It hurts like hell for two weeks and then goes away. Usually comes back once a year.
You should do a case study, I'm sure there are other wierd medical phenomenom; I find there usually is amongst the Mil community.
As for the Gout, I don't know much about it but all of you need to stop holding the antennae to body parts when broadcasting. ;)
Rest In Peace, my most sincere condolences to friends and especially family.
Sad news, may there be blue skies ahead.
Rest in Peace. I send my condolences to the family.
Rest easy trooper. Thanks for your service, and prayers to the faimilies and friends.
RIP and salute. Not the way a soldier should go.
Sorry for your losses JJ.....
Blue Skies and sorry for your loss.
Rest in peace brother.
RIP Warrior...You will be missed.
Rest easy Warrior. You are not forgotten.
Thank you for your dedicated service.
Prayers out to all the family and his friends and Brothers in Arms.
I'm am so sorry for your loss. My condolences to his family.
RIP and prayers out to the family.
Rest in Peace Soldier.
May the Lord wrap his arms around your friends and family.
Thank you for all you did for our Nation.
Rest in peace soldier