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The Price of Freedom
On September 29th, 2010, Senior Airman Mark Forester, beloved son, brother and friend was killed in Afghanistan while attempting to save a fallen comrade. We hope that you find Mark's example a source of inspiration, patriotism and proof that heroes are real.
Mark was a member of the 21st Special Tactics Squadron, Pope Field (formerly Pope AFB) NC. His website is dedicated to all Combat Controllers as well as US Servicemen, both past and present. We are eternally grateful for their service and sacrifice and for the freedoms we enjoy.
Mark Andrew Forester - JAG 28
(May 15, 1981 - September 29, 2010)
“...No, I'm 30 meters to the east of that tree line standing in the wide open brown field all by myself like a big dummy.” - "My Brother in Arms" Ch. 11
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Commentary - A Legacy of Valor: Mark A. Forester
This article on Mark was published recently. It's always good to see those who didn't know Mark be impressed by his service and example. Obviously he left his mark at Keesler. The article is below, but you can also read it HERE.
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