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Old 02-13-2004, 12:09   #16
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I was on the raid to rescue Nick Rowe.

Terry
Damn Terry...you may have said this before and I musta missed it...
So I will say it now, again...
Thanks for all the stuff you did for the guys on the ground.

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Ain't no one getting out of this world alive. All you can do is try to have some choice in the way you go. Prepare yourself (and your affairs), and when your number is up, die on your feet fighting rather than on your knees. And make the SOBs pay dearly."
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Old 02-13-2004, 12:43   #17
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Damn Terry...you may have said this before and I musta missed it...

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De nada, mi hermano:

I posted a small account of that raid, here.

Terry

http://www.professionalsoldiers.com/...Kittleson+raid
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Old 02-13-2004, 12:51   #18
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Eagle5US:

I posted a small account of that raid, here.

Terry

http://www.professionalsoldiers.com/...Kittleson+raid
Great read Terry...
Thx...

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Ain't no one getting out of this world alive. All you can do is try to have some choice in the way you go. Prepare yourself (and your affairs), and when your number is up, die on your feet fighting rather than on your knees. And make the SOBs pay dearly."
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Old 02-14-2004, 06:25   #19
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From individuals I've met;

NCO: SFC now COL(R) Howard. (Probably the greatest Soldier in US History IMHO) This one's a given.

Followed by SGM(R) Tommy Grace. SGM Grace defined what I think a NCO should be. Selfless service.

Officer: TR. (Great Officer, Mentor, and Friend) Don't think we have not had "discussions" behind closed doors, but when we left the room, it was show time) A true credit to SF and the Officer Corps. A class act.

All of these great guys are Quiet Professionals and would be the first to say they were just doing their jobs. I was fortunate enough to have spent time with them.

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