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By an Angel’s Kiss, SFC Kristoffer B Domeij and PFC Christopher A Horns

Kissed by an Angel, Where Violins are the Angels Voices,

and the Cello Sings Harmony.

SFC Kristoffer B Domeij, 29 of San Diego CA and

PFC Christopher A Horns, 20, of Colorado Springs, CO

died 22 Oct  in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan from an IED

They were of  2nd Bn, 75th Ranger Regiment, Joint Base, Lewis -McChord, Washington

Stand Down,  Gentlemen

Rest in Peace

 

Give me, my God, what you still have;

give me what no one asks for.
I do not ask for wealth, nor success,
nor even health.

People ask you so often, God, for all that,
that you cannot have any left.
Give me, my God, what you still have.
Give me what people refuse to accept from you.
I want insecurity and disquietude;
I want turmoil and brawl.

And if you should give them to me,

my God, once and for all,
let me be sure to have them always,
for I will not always
have the courage to ask for them.

Corporal Zirnheld
Special Air Service
1942


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  1. Triple volunteers are a rare commodity anywhere, but the US Army’s triple volunteers are something special. They volunteered to join the Army, that sets them apart from their peers. They volunteered to be trained as Paratroopers. All US Army Rangers are Airborne Qualified. That separates them from all the “dirty nasty legs.” Then they volunteered to be Rangers, to be part of the same unit that scaled the cliffs at Pointe du Hoc, the most proficient, most feared Light Infantry Unit in the history of warfare. Their families miss them and so does the rest of the Nation. People like these two men DO Things.

    “Rangers Lead The Way!”

  1. Triple volunteers are a rare commodity anywhere, but the US Army’s triple volunteers are something special. They volunteered to join the Army, that sets them apart from their peers. They volunteered to be trained as Paratroopers. All US Army Rangers are Airborne Qualified. That separates them from all the “dirty nasty legs.” Then they volunteered to be Rangers, to be part of the same unit that scaled the cliffs at Pointe du Hoc, the most proficient, most feared Light Infantry Unit in the history of warfare. Their families miss them and so does the rest of the Nation. People like these two men DO Things.

    “Rangers Lead The Way!”

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