Cpl. Jennifer M. Parcell
Sgt. Ashly L. Moyer
Capt. Kimberly Hampton
Lance Cpl. Holly A. Charette
Staff Sgt. Kimberly A. Voelz
Capt. Jennifer J. Harris
Army 2nd Lt. Emily J. T. Perez
Maj. Megan M. McClung
Thank you and every soldier who “gave all” for country, for freedom. Rest in peace.
Maj. Megan M. McClung, 34, of Coupeville, Wash., died Dec. 6, 2006 when an IED exploded under the vehicle she was traveling in while supporting combat operations in Al Anbar province, Iraq. She was the first female Marine officer killed in Iraq.
“She was a daughter, loving and kind. She was a woman, strong and beautiful… What made many admire her most of all was that she was, plain and simple, a Marine leader passionately dedicated to mission accomplishment and troop welfare.”
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New Year’s Day morning?
That was a truly dedicated tribute. Teamwork, intensity, and suffering to be proud of.
Let’s start some reflections on the week(add yours to comments):
1- It was inspiring learning a bit about the lives of these outstanding women warriors.
2- It was inspiring to watch the outstanding CF women honor those outstanding women.
3- If you see the weight vest on the floor, put it on.
4- Better yet…don’t let the vest hit the floor.
5- “225 pull ups left” was a consolation.
6- Going from Burpees to Lsits can make you pass out.
7- “F@%k-ing, f%^k-edy, f^#k, f@#k” isn’t technically an appropriate response to “Are you alright?”
8- When we say, “That doesn’t look so bad on paper,” expect it to be very, very bad.
9- It’s amazing what we can do when we really, really want it.
10- Triathlon “options”…yeah, right.
11- Only CFers…what a truly awesome group of people. Happy New Year!
Army 2nd Lt. Emily J. T. Perez died Sept. 12, 2006 of injuries sustained when an improvised explosive device detonated near her Humvee during combat operations in Kifl, Iraq. She was the first female West Point graduate killed in Iraq.
“2nd Lieutenant Perez was a remarkable officer with tremendous potential. She could always be counted on to bring a smile to your face. She accepted every challenge placed before her and She led her soldiers on the battlefield, ensuring their personal safety.” (Memorial at the Emily Perez Treatment Center or see Emily’s Way Scholarship)