This is from an email my brother sent while serving in Iraq.
“The last thing I want to leave you with is words on a solitary plaque here in Iraq. This plaque is on top of a marble pedestal at the edge of a field where I end my runs. It encourages me greatly and reminds me of what this is all about, this profession of arms. Forget the politics of this situation. (I believe a soldier should be as apolitical as possible, particularly when deployed), but just not the love and honor here. Here’s the whole thing:
In Memory of
Specialist Marlon P. Jackson
15 August 1978- 11 November 2003
SPC Jackson, aka, the “Jamaican Sensation”
gave his life for his country. He was killed on
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Veterans day, by an IED while fighting a
hidden and cowardly enemy. SPC Jackson
was responsible for the construction of
“William Wallace Blvd” and the LSAs of Camp
Victory. His dedication to excellence is a
direct reflection of the true warrior in him.
He will be missed but never forgotten.
A Co., 94th Engineer Combat Battalion”
Thank you seems insufficient, but it’s all I have. To the family and friends of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for your friends and your nation, thank you. I am grateful.