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CPT Gurinder (Gene) Rana
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Great share PO1 William "Chip" Nagel. Our Brigade Commander taught us that in battle, regardless of our backgrounds, the experience together will make the aftermath of the Team appear unparalleled, because this bond will never fade. A hardship on one Team member will energize the rest to lift their Brother or Sister out of that hazard. The success of one becomes the success of all in that Battle Team. The Team evolves into a fraternity or sorority, till the bitter end. It was an inspiring share. However, there are stories where after returning from the battlefield the band of brothers separated and never came back together till one of those brothers breathed his last. Perhaps, the however is rare or almost unheard of in military service.
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CW5 Jack Cardwell
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Great read this morning. PO1 William "Chip" Nagel
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SSG Brian Hatcher
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We supported them near Ramadi and Fallujah- assigned W/Dukes of Diyalla. 3rd BCT 1stID. Good times... not.
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