Anthony Whitefeather Remembers (conclusion)
Locked, Cocked and Ready to Rock
At different times and in different ops, I was wounded in the arm, leg and stomach. The wounds didn't kill me. They just left scars.
I'm not playing it down, I'm just very lucky. During my time there we did a few ops...
I'm certainly not looking for praise. I just want to pay my respect to my brothers lost.
And never to forget them.
Locked, cocked and ready to rock. In addition to BLT 2/26, Whitefeather spent time in Force Recon, 1st and 3rd Recon. the drill field, 2/1, 3/1, 3/5, 2/7, Fort Benning and "a lot of high speed schools and training all over". Photo courtesy of Anthony Whitefeather.
Gunnery Sergeant Anthony Whitefeather as a DI. His pins are jump wings and scuba. He also wears a Bronze Star and Purple Heart. Photo courtesy of Anthony Whitefeather.
And it all started with BLT 2/26...
Lance Corporal Anthony Whitefeather
Golf Company, BLT 2/26
Whitefeather adds: "I need a little help with names and dates. But faces and memories are not forgotten!"