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7 Marines Killed - updated

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  • 7 Marines Killed - updated

    Capt Quin is from the town I now live in.

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    Re: 7 Marines Killed - updated

    TAPS Brother!
    Semper Fi


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      Re: 7 Marines Killed - updated

      Thank you for someone starting a thread about this incident.. These guys were my brothers and they are terribly missed. Capt. Quin was the best flightline OIC i've ever had, and any Marine who had the honor to know him can attest to that. Corey Little and Nick Elliott were close friends and some of the best crewchiefs to have flown.Our XO Maj Budrejko leaves huge shoes to fill for the next guy , and Capt Cerniglia was one of the best Cobra pilots we had. I wish I had the honor to know Capt. Anderson a little better but he's a fellow DevilDawg nonetheless and his face is forever mended into my mind along with the rest. They will never be forgotten and always honored.
      Last edited by arin_dog; 02-26-2012, 00:15.