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Warship named for Marine who fell on grenade.

Discussion in 'Military News' started by Nighttrain, Aug 2, 2009.

  1. Nighttrain

    Nighttrain MassCops Member

  2. Pats2009

    Pats2009 New Member

    What a moving story. God bless that Marine.
  3. 263FPD

    263FPD MassCops Angel

    Glad to hear that they honored a true hero.

    I am guessing that they will name a Welfare Office after the President.
  4. Simon

    Simon Guest

    That's fantastic !!!!
  5. JMB1977

    JMB1977 New Member

    A true hero...god bless and rest in peace Marine
  6. sc3

    sc3 MassCops Member

    Great story... RIP Cpl. Jason L. Dunham

  7. 8MORE

    8MORE MassCops Angel

    A fitting honor for selfless hero. Rest in Peace Marine.
  8. grn3charlie

    grn3charlie Yeah, THAT GUY!

    Well deserved, Marine! Your mission was accomplished. RIP!
  9. Irish Wampanoag

    Irish Wampanoag Subscribing Member

  10. MetrowestPD

    MetrowestPD MassCops Member

    Truly there is no greater sacrifice than to lay down one's life for his comrades in arms. A true hero, a true patriot, a true american, A TRUE MARINE.

    RIP Cpl. Jason L. Dunham
  11. DEI8

    DEI8 Supporting Member

    May you Rest in Peace Cpl. Jason L. Dunham. You will never be forgotten for your sacrafices.
  12. LongKnife56

    LongKnife56 MassCops Member

    [email protected] I wish I had read this thread earlier. I was going by the "nut factory" (as my father, who worked there for 40 years called the BIW) and saw a lot of people outside the gate on what is usually just a deserted street. Based on one sign I saw that said something about 'peace" I almost stopped as I erroneously thought it must have been a stupid peace protest. ... (Quality ships - On time and under budget.) ... To fallen sailors let us sing Where no rockets fly nor bullets wing Our broken brothers let us bring To the Mansions of the Lord
  13. JMody

    JMody Special...

    That is great!!!

    If anyone here is into reading then you should go pick up "The Gift of Valor". It is the story of Jason Dunham and the accounts of what happened.

    Can you believe that earlier the day Dunham and his platoon sergeant (I believe) were arguing about whether a helmet would buffer the blast of a grenade enough for a person to survive. It was almost like he knew it would happen. To me that makes it more amazing that that he stated he would do it if it happened and then actually did it when it did happen.

    RIP JD. A true hero!

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