US Ancien KIA in Syria

Peter Lyderik

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#1
From the article.

After he left the Army in late 2011 or early 2012, he stayed with Tylka briefly in Tennessee. Then Warden did something to continue the fight, and to prove he could do what the Army said he couldn't.*He went off and joined the French Foreign Legion. He served for five years and did 49 paratrooper jumps.

"The doctors said he would outgrow (his medical condition), and he did," his father said.

With the Foreign Legion, Nicholas Warden did tours of duty not only in France, but also in Chad, aiding that French-speaking African nation in its fight against the Boko Haram terror group.

While in France, he met a young woman who would become the mother of his daughter, Nerea, who is 18 months old.


http://buffalonews.com/2017/07/11/depew-fathers-fight-freedom-ends-death-syria/
 
#2
A noble gentlemen; driven! May God bless his family for his sacrifice. Peace and prosperity to you...

Someone has to hold the sword and the shield and say NO, not extremists, not here...

I am truly sorry for your loss...
 

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