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Farewell Salute to Msgt. William T. Warren

Discussion in 'US Army Forum' started by Forge, Jan 21, 2007.

  1. Forge


    Aug 18, 2006
    My Father in Law, Master Sergeant William Thomas Warren, was killed in Iraq a few days ago. The army officials just left my Mother in Law's house a few hours ago after informing her that he was killed in action. He had given one of his men a day off and was standing in as "door gunner" on one of their Blackhawks, when according to eyewitness reports it was shot down. There were no survivors.

    He was a great man and you could never have asked for a greater Father in Law.

    A good man has given his life while serving our country for us. I think we all need to give him a Farewell Salute. Do me, my wife, and her newly widowed mom a favor. Next time you go out shooting, dedicate 21 rounds to him, and all of our troops that have given their lives in service to our country throughout history.

  2. mtnflk75

    mtnflk75 Hermit..,..

    Jan 29, 2001
    High on a Mountain, CA

    Our prayers and thoughts are with your wife and mother-in-law.

    21 shots will ring around the cabin in the a.m.

    God Speed Master Sergeant Warren,

  3. GlocknAK


    Jan 17, 2000
    I often find myself wishing that I knew something more about my fallen brothers. Your father-in-law stood in for one of his men, and laid down his life in the process. I reckon I know the most important thing about him.

    Thank you for sharing his story with us.

    Rest in Peace.