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iHonor GWOT (Global War on Terror) Fallen: U.S. Army First Lieutenant Tyler H. Brown of Atlanta, GA
Army First Lieutenant (1LT) Tyler Brown, an Airborne Ranger, age 26, served as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) with 1st Battalion, 9th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Division from Camp Hovey, Tongduchon City, Korea KIA (Killed In Action) September 14, 2004, by small-arms fire in Ramadi, Iraq
We honor and thank US Army First Lieutenant Tyler Brown for defending our freedoms and fighting to liberate the lives of others
[ Unit badges - including 9th Infantry Regiment ]
Tyler Hall Brown Born May 27, 1978 in Atlanta, GA "patriotic, red, white and blue to the core, and we figured he could be president someday" -friend, J. Cooper 1997 Graduate of Woodward Academy where he served as Student Body President Army ROTC Cadet at Georgia Tech Member of Kappa Alpha Fraternity while attending Georgia Tech Double major in Management and History, Society, & Technology Georgia Tech Student Body President (1999-2000) 2001 Graduate of Georgia Tech and Commissioned a Second Lieutenant Officer in the US Army Completed Infantry Officer Basic Course, Airborne School, and Ranger School Assigned to 9th Infantry Regiment at Camp Hovey, South Korea Deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom Killed, on September 14, 2004, by small arms fire while conducting combat operations in Ramadi, Iraq Memorialized with leadership scholarships at his alma maters - Woodward Academy and Georgia Tech Named Outstanding Young Alumnus by Georgia Tech and Inducted into its Greek Hall of Fame Survived by his parents, Carey and Sally Brown
[ painting portrait above = by Atlanta's Fine Arts League ]
[ Tyler Brown's high school pic? = from TogetherWeServed.com ]
Inspirational Quotes about Tyler H. Brown
Tyler was "an inspirational leader, both on the field of battle and off. In numerous enemy contacts, he was calm, leading his men with bravery and aplomb," -Captain Daniel M. Gade
"Tyler and I were in the same platoon in IOBC and the same company in Ranger School. Tyler never whined, never quit, and set the example for all others to follow. He was a genuinely nice guy who would go out of his way to help others. He was someone I was proud to call my friend. Rangers lead the way, Tyler....all the way." - 1LT Greg Schaap of Darmstadt, Germany
[ Brown's military decorations per Atlanta's League of Arts portrait - including posthumously awarded Combat Infantryman Badge, Bronze Star, and Purple Heart ]
Sources for Tribute CLICK HERE to review his tribute at the Military Time's Honor the Fallen site
CLICK HERE to review the family website tribute to Tyler GO HERE to see the ArlingtonCemetery.net tribute to 1LT Brown
CLICK HERE to read the condolence messages left on the FallenHeroesMemorial.com site for Tyler
[ 1LT Brown is buried at Arlington National Cemetery = Section 60 ]
Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, "Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?" And I said, "Here am I. Send me!" - Isaiah 6:8
iHonor American Flag dedicated to GWOT Fallen ... US Army First Lieutenant (1LT) Tyler Brown posted and flying at Flag Steward HQ before shipment.
iHonor American Flag : Visitor Comments for 1LT Tyler Brown ... posted here from newest to oldest ...
To Tyler's family - Thanks for carrying on your son's legacy so fittingly - with memorial scholarships at Woodward Academy and Georgia Tech's Army ROTC unit. He's a great example for the scholarship recipients to be motivated to emulate. And, I'm an old Jarhead / Marine officer (Univ of Colorado NROTC 1987-91) who loves to run. So, I hope to someday "go fast" ;) on the Tyler Brown Pi Mile trail around Georgia Tech. - from Sean on 6/26/19
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