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Honor Them - U.S. Navy SEALs Tribute


Help us honor and remember the life and sacrifice of Chief Petty Officer E-7, U.S. Navy (SEAL) Adam L. Brown. ‪#‎Neverforget‬

Adam Brown was born on February 5, 1974, in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy on July 24, 1998, and went on active duty to begin basic training on August 10, 1998. Brown completed basic training at Great Lakes, Illinois, in October 1998, and then attended Interior Communications Electrician training at Great Lakes from October 1998 to April 1999.

 
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Petty Officer Brown next attended Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training at NAB Coronado, California, from May 1999 to February 2000, followed by service with SEAL Team FOUR at NAB Little Creek, Virginia, from April 2000 to August 2002. He served with SEAL Team TWO at NAB Little Creek from August 2002 to June 2006, and then with Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU) at Dam Neck Annex, Virginia, from June 2006 until he was killed in action in Afghanistan on March 17, 2010. Chief Petty Officer Brown had deployed numerous times in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was buried at the Cunningham Cemetery in Royal, Arkansas.

His Silver Star Citation reads:

For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy as an Assault Team Member for a Joint Task Force in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM on 17 March 2010. Chief Brown served as part of an assault force that executed a daring raid deep into mountainous enemy occupied terrain in northeastern Afghanistan. Two barricaded enemy fighters opened fire from the target building into assault force personnel and non-combatants, while numerous enemy fighters simultaneously engaged the force from the surrounding mountains. Reacting immediately, and without regard for his own safety, Chief Brown engaged two of the fighters from his position and boldly maneuvered toward the enemy under intense small arms fire, thus providing life saving cover for his trapped teammates and noncombatants. Though mortally wounded, Chief Brown continued to engage and communicate the location of the enemy fighters. His heroic actions under withering enemy fire changed the tide of the battle and inspired those around him to courageously eliminate the remaining enemy fighters. This aggressive operation resulted in the elimination of the targeted Taliban commander and four enemy fighters following an intense two hour firefight. By his bold initiative, undaunted courage, and complete dedication to duty, Chief Petty Officer Brown reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.

Help us honor and remember the life and sacrifice of Chief Petty Officer E-7, U.S. Navy (SEAL) Adam L. Brown. #Neverforget
Adam Brown was born on February 5, 1974, in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy on July 24, 1998, and went on active duty to begin basic training on August 10, 1998. Brown completed basic training at Great Lakes, Illinois, in October 1998, and then attended Interior Communications Electrician training at Great Lakes from October 1998 to April 1999. Petty Officer Brown next attended Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training at NAB Coronado, California, from May 1999 to February 2000, followed by service with SEAL Team FOUR at NAB Little Creek, Virginia, from April 2000 to August 2002. He served with SEAL Team TWO at NAB Little Creek from August 2002 to June 2006, and then with Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU) at Dam Neck Annex, Virginia, from June 2006 until he was killed in action in Afghanistan on March 17, 2010. Chief Petty Officer Brown had deployed numerous times in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, and Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was buried at the Cunningham Cemetery in Royal, Arkansas.
His Silver Star Citation reads:
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action against the enemy as an Assault Team Member for a Joint Task Force in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM on 17 March 2010. Chief Brown served as part of an assault force that executed a daring raid deep into mountainous enemy occupied terrain in northeastern Afghanistan. Two barricaded enemy fighters opened fire from the target building into assault force personnel and non-combatants, while numerous enemy fighters simultaneously engaged the force from the surrounding mountains. Reacting immediately, and without regard for his own safety, Chief Brown engaged two of the fighters from his position and boldly maneuvered toward the enemy under intense small arms fire, thus providing life saving cover for his trapped teammates and noncombatants. Though mortally wounded, Chief Brown continued to engage and communicate the location of the enemy fighters. His heroic actions under withering enemy fire changed the tide of the battle and inspired those around him to courageously eliminate the remaining enemy fighters. This aggressive operation resulted in the elimination of the targeted Taliban commander and four enemy fighters following an intense two hour firefight. By his bold initiative, undaunted courage, and complete dedication to duty, Chief Petty Officer Brown reflected great credit upon himself and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.
To some, these men may be dead. But to me they are heroes, legends. And legends never die. Remember these brave men. Remember they died fighting for your freedom, your life.
As did all other active duty service members that have fallen in the line of duty. So the least you can do is honor them, and their legend.

-U.S. Navy SEALs in the video- (not in order)
Petty Officer 2nd Class Danny Dietz
Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Monsoor
Lieutenant Michael "Murph" Murphy
Petty Officer 2nd Class Nicholas P. Spehar
Petty Officer 1st Class Jesse Pittman
Petty Officer 2nd Class Adam Smith
Lt. Brendan Looney
Petty Officer 2nd Class Denis Miranda
Chief Petty Officer Eric Shellenberger
Petty Officer 2nd Class James Suh
Petty Officer 2nd Class Matt Axelson
Petty Officer Ronald Woodle
SO2 Ryan Job
Petty Officer 2nd Class Shane Patton
Chief Petty Officer Jacques Fontan
Petty Officer 1st Class Caleb Nelson
Petty Officer 1st Class Aaron C. Vaughn
Chief Petty Officer Brian R. Bill
Chief Petty Officer Christopher Campbell
Chief Petty Officer John W. Faas
Senior Chief John W. Marcum
Petty Officer 1st Class Joshua Thomas Harris
Chief Petty Officer Kevin A. Houston
Chief Petty Officer Kraig M. Vickers
Chief Petty Officer Mark T. Carter
Chief Petty Officer Stephen M. Mills
Chief Petty Officer Michael Koch
Chief Petty Officer Nathan Hardy
Chief Petty Officer Robert J. Reeves
Petty Officer 1st Class Neil Robert
Senior Chief Petty Officer Thomas A. Ratzlaff
Chief Petty Officer Collin Trent Thomas
Petty Officer 1st Class David M. Tapper
Chief Petty Officer Matthew J. Bourgeois
Petty Officer 1ST Class Thomas E. Retze
Lt. Cmdr. Jonas B. Kelsall
Petty Officer 1st Class Jon T. Tumilson
Chief Petty Officer Jason Freiwald
Master Chief Petty OfficerLou Langlais
Chief Petty Officer Matt Mason
Petty Officer 1st Class Darrik C. Benson
Chief Petty Officer Adam Brown
Petty Officer 1st Class Jason Workman

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