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I'll try and make this quick since I'm a little shoke up right now. I was just informed that a very dear friend of mine was killed in Iraq while doing some training excersices. He leaves behind a wife (27), daughter (3) and many friends and family who love him . This guy gave his heart and sole to the Marines and all who loved him. If you would just take a second to think about all the men and women over their and the loved ones they leave behind to protect our freedom it would be greatly appriciated. I post this here because since I've joined the diving community It has been very obvious to me that we are just one big family despite all of our differences.
"I'm Warren Miller and about 50 years ago, back in 1946 when I was a senior in college, I went skiing on the second weekend in November. On Monday morning, I went back and dropped out of school. Since then, I've never looked back." - Warren Miller
business in peace or war. It's tough on families as well
as troops. It breaks your heart when something like this
happens. He wore our uniform and died while doing so.
That makes him a hero in my book.