Friday 7/4/2014

“Happy Independence Day”

Today we pay tribute to another fallen American hero, D. Scott Morrison. We are forever grateful to you and your family and will never forget what you have done for our nation.

Army Spc. Donald (Scott) Morrison, 23, died September 26, 2010 while serving during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. Morrison died as a result of wounds received when insurgents attacked his military vehicle with and IED. Originally from Cincinnati, OH, he was assigned to the 20th Engineer Battalion, 36th Engineer Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas, Also killed was Sgt. Mark A. Simpson.

He joined the Army after his high school friend, Pvt. Branden Haunert, died in combat in Tikrit, Iraq on May 18, 2008. Scott and Branden were best friends and Morrison wanted to honor him…to take up where he fell. Scott enlisted in October 2008 as a combat engineer.

“MORRISON”

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Box Jumps (24/20)

KB Swings (55/35)

 

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