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UGA_11B 11 September 2016 16:37

RIP Warriors

SF_BHT 11 September 2016 17:36

Rest in peace Brothers.....

The Fat Guy 11 September 2016 18:31

Combat Divers......

B 2/75 11 September 2017 20:41

Rest in peace, assured that you are not forgotten.

jw 12 September 2017 10:23

RIP

mos13foxtrot 2 November 2017 20:36

[QUOTE=eoddude;1198984]Was this the incident where they went in and pretty much the whole building was an IED?
I was at the ISG. It led to many a late night discussion.
RIP[/QUOTE]

RIP

That sounds like the incident that took SSgt Vitagliano in Ramadi.
He was a scrolled and tabbed 75th NCO who if I remember right he volunteered to deploy with 1/503rd PIR from Korea to Iraq.

He was also Gulf War vet with the USMC from 1991.

There was a huge VBIED near a building during a cordon and search. It seemed like the whole building was wired up at first.

A soldier who survived said Sgt Vito pushed him away from vehicle and saved his life.

I apologize for stepping on your memorial and Blue Skies to your friend.

B 2/75 10 September 2019 17:03

Sixteen years gone by, Gentlemen. A toast on 9-11 to fallen friends.

yrot 10 September 2019 17:58

RIP. You are not forgotten.

Mars 10 September 2019 18:02

May you Gentlemen continue to Rest In Peace....

B 2/75 11 September 2020 03:02

Time passes, and some memories grow dim, but 19 years have not dimmed your memory. Rest In Peace, Legionaries.

hawkdrver 11 September 2020 03:14

RIP Men.

SF_BHT 12 September 2020 19:00

We shall never forget. Rest In Peace Brothers

B 2/75 9 September 2021 14:11

Nearly two decades gone by now that you guys have been in His patrol base.

Rest easy.

KIA during the conduct of an HVT raid in Ramadi 12 Sep 03 were:

MSG Kevin Morehead, 33, from Little Rock, Arkansas

SFC Bill Bennett, 35, from Seymour, Tennessee

Both were Legionnaires of 5th SFG

Seven of their fellow warriors were wounded that night, but survived.

Mars 9 September 2021 15:03

You haven’t been forgotten!

usmc_3m 12 September 2021 22:39

RIP, Warriors.


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