Michael Brumley

During a memorial service for Staff Sgt. Jason C. Ramseyer, who was killed April 20, 2006, from a roadside bomb in Iraq’s Al Anbar Province, Lance Cpl. Michael Brumley, administration clerk assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, sheds a tear for the fallen Marine. Marines and sailors from the Hawaii-based battalion held a memorial for Ramseyer April 23, 2006, at their base at Haditha, Iraq. Ramseyer served as the platoon commander for the battalion’s Forward Command Post, also known as the “Jump CP.” His job often required him to travel on Al Anbar’s dangerous roads to provide security for Iraqis and other Marines. The 28-year-old was remembered as a committed leader and devout family man by those who served with him. Ramseyer, who served with the battalion during in Afghanistan last year, is survived by his wife, Amanda and his three children, Caleb, Cadence and Riley. Photo by: Sgt. Roe F. Seigle

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