My thoughts of love, prayer and condolences to family, friends, relatives, loved ones, colleagues, and all who mourn the loss of the nine (9) U.S. Army Service Members from the fatal HH 60 Black Hawk Helicopter Crash. The crash took place on Wednesday 29th of March 2023, as U.S Army Helicopters were taking part in routine training for the Airborne 101st Division. The Helicopters crashed at Kentucky’s Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Tennessee, USA. The U.S Army service members that passed away were identified earlier today on the 31st of March 2023 as follows:

-Warrant Officer 1 Jeffery Barnes, 33, of Milton, Florida

-Cpl. Emilie Marie Eve Bolanos, 23, of Austin, Texas

-Missouri; Sgt. Isaac John Gayo, 27, of Los Angeles, California

-Staff Sgt. Joshua C. Gore, 25, of Morehead City, North Carolina

-Warrant Officer 1 Aaron Healy, 32, of Cape Coral, Florida

-Staff Sgt. Taylor Mitchell, 30, of Mountain Brook, Alabama

-Chief Warrant Officer 2 Rusten Smith, 32, of Rolla, Missouri

-Sgt. David Solinas Jr, 23, of Oradell, New Jersey

From top left to right: Sgt. Isaacjohn Gayo; Warrant Officer Jeffery Barnes; Warrant Officer Aaron Healy; Staff Sgt. Taylor Mitchell; Chief Warrant Officer 2 Rusten Smith; Cpl. Emilie Marie Eve Bolanos; Staff Sgt. Joshua Caleb Gore; Chief Warrant Officer 2 Zachary Esparza; Sgt. David Solinas. (U.S. Army) Please Click on the image for the webpage link (Source Task & Purpose)

I share the sentiments and grief expressed from Major. General. Joseph McGee, commander of the 101st Airborne Division. As the lives lost from this tragedy will always remain in our hearts and minds. I thank you for your service and sacrifices and truly know that a thank you is not enough, but to reckon and find some-kind of comfort, that the cause and death were as God has prescribed.

I share my sympathy and grief with the families of loved ones, may you find strength and healing, amen.

May God give eternal rest and eternal life to the U.S. Army service members in the Kingdom of Heaven. May you rest in peace, amen. God Bless You and God Bless America.

In loving kindness and memory I would like to include the above image as shared by the 101st Airborne Division as their twitter profile picture till the 9th of April 2023.

Further Reading:

  • Image 1 – created with canva.com
  • Image 2 – Link

With Love & Kindness. 🇺🇸

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