I remember "Anvil."
Unfortunitely, my concern is that he won't be the last CTer to die in the line of duty.
Although it may seem like LE is a "big job" consisting of many, many LEOs, the reality is that given the risks and fatalities that can occur anywhere and at anytime, there are bound to be present and future CT LEOs who are going to become statistics.
If you think about it, there are already a number of CT LEOs who have suffered serious line-of-duty injuries or engaged in OIS. The good news is they survived.
Although many good citizens own and carry guns, keeping communities safe still fall on those who carry badges.
In a gun fight, even if you do everything right, you can still get killed.
Last edited by Patchman; 07-05-2011 at 13:23..