repost---Service is the foundation of life.---Brian Bradshaw 1st Lt. U.S. Army
by 3D Divine Deadbeat Dad---Alleged

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# 1. 10/30/15 5:29 AM by little john - mount morris
Brian N Bradshaw : Fallen Heroes Project

fallenheroesproject.org

Six civilians, (plus a couple of others?, one who had a less than honorable discharge???)

(former teammates) trash talking one of their own??

An orchestrated Public Relations firm engaged, and many given prosecutorial immunity, as civilians, makes me wonder about the name they never mention in a platoon with no officers, and no staff NCO's, of many who were asleep, when he walked off...(Suspicious how 2 SSGTS and 2 officers from one platoon, died,

"Because of a PFC"???

Having suffered a psychotic break myself, I don't think BB can remember exactly why he did what he did...(Let alone falsely accuse others of what he couldn't remember?) Just being a devil's advocate for a hypothetical...

The term "psychic break" comes to mind with B.Bergdahl. The stunning psychological trauma of seeing his 1st Lt. , Brian Bradshaw, getting accidentally fragged 2 days before "THE LETTER"...axm(and just 5 days before he walked off after being relieved of his post...)

Like Pat Tillman, and several others who wrote anything negative or opposed to the company line... Code Red or blanket party for anyone not in agreement?

The term "psychic break" comes to mind with B.Bergdahl. The stunning psychological trauma of seeing his 1st Lt. , Brian Bradshaw, getting accidentally fragged 2 days before "THE LETTER"...axm

It is well worth noting and posting 1st Lt. Brian Bradshaw's words...

Service is the foundation of life. Without service, our life’s have the same impact and meaning as a stick lying on the ground. No one remembers the sticks stepped on in the woods, but everyone remembers the flowers they see and smell in the meadow. If we serve and work throughout our life we will be like the flower that everyone remembers and always comes back. In our memory many more, especially those that we touched during our life will carry on the legacy of service, thus we had a positive impact on others and life had meaning. The whole meaning of life is to pass on to others that which we value most and what I value is service and throughout the rest of my life I will serve the community of my brethren to the best of my ability.†Brian Bradshaw 2002

excerpt???

http://www.fallenheroesproject.org/united-states/brian-n-bradshaw/

The silence and darkness was lit only minimally to where Brian would be placed within the aircraft.

“That’s my platoon leader, please take care of him.”

These were the tear-filled send-off words from one of his soldiers to the air crew who carried Brian away from Bagram.

Beginning of a psychic break??? Maybe he saw something no one else saw, and yet could not speak of it... We will never know...

First Lieutenant Brian Bradshaw left this earth on the same day as Farah Fawcett and Michael Jackson. Amid the media flurry, and in Brian’s world of the soldier and family, his world will remember Brian’s words penned in 2002 which will carve many memories. Brian said: “Service is the foundation of life. Without service, our lives have the same impact and meaning as a stick lying on the ground. No one remembers the sticks stepped on in the woods, but everyone remembers the flowers they see and smell in the meadow. If we serve and work throughout our life we will be like the flower that everyone remembers and always comes back. In our memory many more, especially those that we touched during our life will carry on the legacy of service, thus we had a positive impact on others and life had meaning. The whole meaning of life is to pass on to others that which we value most and what I value is service and throughout the rest of my life I will serve the community of my brethren to the best of my ability.”

Editor's Note: Judge not, lest ye be judged???




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