Skip to comments.Remembering Marines Who Died On A Mission Of Mercy In Nepal
Posted on 05/23/2015 5:33:45 PM PDT by DUMBGRUNT
What kind of man or woman risks their lives for strangers?
Eric Seaman of Murrieta, Calif., was 30. He had two children, and was a U.S. Marine sergeant. His wife, Samantha Seaman, told CNN, "Last week I got an email telling me that he felt purpose and that he delivered 10,000 pounds of rice ... and I know that right before he passed away, I know that he helped somebody."
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Anyone know why the help crashed?
Our son the teacher, also USMC Infantry, sandbox 3x.
Spent a few days at the Aurora Il High School. He had a good time, they called him ‘sir’.
They have a very high ROTC participation.
“Sara Medina was 23. She enlisted in the Marines just out of high school in Aurora, Illinois, and served in South Korea, South America and Okinawa.”
I understand your point, yet it is upsetting to think of some infectious parasites at the same time as this group that gave all.
The men and women on this flight, were the best of America.
The others, nothing at all.
Yeah. I was just thinking about Memorial Day. My son got killed in Iraq 10 years ago. And now this. It’s a tough job. I tell myself it can’t always be someone else’s son.
I am sorry.
I know someone who died a couple of years ago about this time, too. Active duty USMC.
The pilot radioed something about fuel problems to another helicopter.
My family will be thinking of your son this Memorial Day and I will speak to my 6 year old son about the sacrifices your son and your family made and continues to make. We honor your son. Thank you for sharing your story so I may share it with my family.
The SoCal PGR has been invited to be present to pay final honors to Eric Seaman. I will be there.
I was at a service that had a visit from the jerks of westboro. The local Police Chief made a small change in the official route; unknown to the jerks.
As we passed the jerks were trapped behind a great number of Patriot Guard riders and their rides.
No one could hear them.
I remember well the homage on youtube by Carolina99.
My heart goes out to you, and all of your son’s family and friends.
He’s currently relaxing in heaven; you’ll see him again when you get there.
Tough terrain, high elevation, heavy? PR > PA
PR > PA
Power Required exceeds Power Available
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