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Army Sgt. Gregory M. Frampton

May 17, 2012

37, of Fresno, Calif.; assigned to the 1st Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Fort Campbell, Ky.; killed in a MH-60 Black Hawk crash during training on Jan. 30, 2003, in Afghanistan.

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4 Comments
  1. Ron Bristow permalink

    Rest easy little brother, your heart continues to beat in the chest of those follow your path. Your journey was short but your life was a total success, for success is not in what you accumulate while you live but what you contribute before you die.

  2. Leslie permalink

    America lost a great hero when Cpl. Ware was gone. I am sure his family thinks of him everyday.

  3. Brian Guinn permalink

    SGT Frampton is a true hero and it’s a great accomplishment to see him honored. With every service member taken from us a hundred lives are touched. Thank You to SGT Frampton’s family and friends, you have made a great saccrifice and need to be honored as well. We are a stronger country and a better country for the life of Sgt Frampton. SSG Brian Guinn (ret) US ARMY

  4. Deni Claypool permalink

    God Bless Sgt. Frampton for his selfless service to our great country. May his family know his sacrifice does not go unnoticed and is greatly appreciated.

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