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Fallen Warrior

Posted: August 16, 2011 in Blog, Dan Laguna, Events, Special Operations

Another sad day for the Special Ops Community. Two men were killed serving their country. One is from Layton, UT. His body is being flown in today. I and my son-in-law, Aaron Quinlan served in the same Special Operations Unit and will be riding with the Patriot Guard Riders to greet this fallen soldier at the Salt Lake International Airport and escorting him to his hometown in Layton, UT. Our hearts go out to his family and friends. I want to thank him and his family for his service to our great country. He will be greatly missed.  NSDQ (Night Stalkers Don’t Quit) SGDM (Six Guns Don’t Miss).

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As the 4th of July approaches I am reminded of how great our country is. This country was founded on freedom and our brave soldiers sacrifice everyday for us to remain free. They do the hard things that most of us do not want to do and we would not be free if it weren’t for our soldiers.

I want to personally thank each and everyone who has served in the armed forces protecting our freedoms.  I also want to thank the families who also sacrifice for our freedom.  I personally know the toll the military life style has on the family and the soldier individually. I want to also thank my family, my wife, my children, and my mother and father for supporting me in my career as a Special Operations Soldier. Thank you and God Bless America.

My book You Have To Live Hard To Be Hard One Mans Life in Special Operations tells my life story and what it was like for myself and my family during my 30 years of military service, most of which was spent in special operations. I was a Special Forces Green Beret during my first 10 years of the Army and a Special Operations helicopter pilot for the TF 160th SOAR most of my remaining years in the Army. The book documents my near fatal helicopter accident in 1994 in which my good friend, Carlos Guerrero was sadly killed, and my lengthy recovery and return to duty a year later. It also tells about the events of January 23rd, 2007 in which my brother and 4 other men were killed on the same mission that I and my crew survived.

The book can be purchased at    http://www.youhavetolivehardtobehard.com/

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