A Heartfelt Memorial

Weerts, Michael D.
November 2007
Soldiers;Nov2007, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p28
This article focuses on a memorial that was made in honor of Sgt. 1st Class Dan H. Gabrielson of the 88th Regional Readiness Command's (RRC) 652nd Engineer Company in the U.S. as well as 21 soldiers of the 88th RRC unit who were killed in action and accidents. Gabrielson was the first soldier killed in action in Iraq, and the first of its soldiers to die in combat since World War II. At the top of the memorial, a banner was placed which reads "We Will Never Forget."


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