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Happy Birthday, U.S. Submarine Force

Happy Birthday, U.S. Navy Submarine Force

The U.S. Navy Submarine Force celebrates its 116th birthday this week. On April 11, 1900, the Navy accepted the designs for the USS Holland, its first official submarine. Named for the engineer and designer John Philip Holland, the vessel proved what an indispensable asset submarines could be and set the course for the greatest submarine force in the world.

Remembering The Fallen

Today we remember the service and sacrifice of Marine PFC Juan Garza Jr of Temperance, MI, 4/08/2003, Army PFC Jason Meyer of Howell, MI, Air Force SSG Scott Sather of Clio, MI, 4/08/2003, and Army SGT Todd Singleton of Muskegon, MI, 4/08/2007.

Remembering The Fallen

Today we remember the service and sacrifice of Army PFC Levi Hoover of Midland, MI, 4/07/2007.

Hill

Tarryl B. Hill

Marine Reserve PFC

Died 02/07/2007

Age 19

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Miller, II

Lowell T. Miller, II

National Guard CPT

Died 08/31/2005

Age 35

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Jagger

Aaron D. Jagger

Army SFC

Died 08/09/2006

Age 43

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Bloomfield, II

Gerald M. Bloomfield, II

Marine MAJ

Died 11/02/2005

Age 38

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David

Timothy A. David

Army SGT

Died 06/28/2009

Age 28

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Backus

Brian J. Backus

Army PFC

Died 06/18/2011

Age 21

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Brassfield

Artimus D. Brassfield

Army SPC

Died 10/24/2003

Age 22

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Wentz

Brad A. Wentz

Army Reserve SGT

Died 05/20/2005

Age 21

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Schwedler

Joseph C. Schwedler

Navy PO2

Died 04/06/2007

Age 27

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Stout

Brandon Stout

National Guard SPC

Died 01/22/2007

Age 23

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