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Hemi N Haw 02-04-2013 10:56 PM

Loss of an American hero...(Chris Kyle)
This is no mod post or even anything to do w/ a truck other than the man of which I write about used to drive one. Chris Kyle was shot & killed Saturday while helping to rehab a fellow veteran. I didn't know Chris personally, hell I never even served in the military. But I know it's because of the brave men & women who serve in the military that make it possible for us folks on here to even talk about truck nonsense. I have nothing but respect for these people & w/ respect to my favorite branch/unit I especially favor the Navy Seals. It's my humble opinion that they are the best of the best & no not just because of the recent Seal Team Six's take down of binladen. It's because of their drive & will to complete a task at any cost & not expect the recognition that often doesn't follow. In life there's God, Then Superman & just below him are the United States Navy Seals. The aforementioned two know better than to mess with a Seal! Any ways I just wanted to thank those who have served & who are serving for my freedom irregardless of the branch they're in. Thank You All! In addition to the Kyle family I'm sorry for your loss the world is a better place for having a man like Chris Kyle in it. God bless the Kyle family in their time of need. For anyone whom would like to make a donation to the kyle family, I believe on his foundations website (Fitco Cares Foundation) there is a link & from what the site states 100% of all donations will go to the Kyle family. Chris leaves behind two children & his wife Taya.

Rest In Peace
U.S.N. Seal Team 3, Chief Petty Officer: Christopher S. Kyle

GrayhemiST 02-04-2013 11:00 PM

Heartbreaking........RIP Chris.

roo 02-04-2013 11:03 PM

Sad sad situation, guy's go to hell and back only to have a fellow brother in arms take them out all while trying to help the guy. Senseless.

JamesHart 02-05-2013 12:28 AM

Thanks for that post. It is good to remember those who have served. Chris was trying to make a difference in those soldiers that did not return from the war the same as they left. He was a true hero not only in war but in life.

Connman67 02-07-2013 11:33 PM

God bless Chris and the Kyle family. The sacrifice is beyond comprehension.

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