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Aaron Vaughn Memorial

Mensaje por doc_breacher el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 1:16

Buenas chicos,en este post queria enseñar al mundo quien fue este hombre y por lo que lucho,nose entre el y yo quedaba pendiente hacerle este memorial,muchas veces pienso en el y creo que este SEAL lo merece.




Elite Navy SEALs member Aaron Carson Vaughn was killed Friday night when a Chinook helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan, killing 38, including 22 SEALs.

Special Warfare Operation (SEAL) Chief Petty Officer Aaron Carson Vaughn was born on June 24, 1981 in Union City, Tennessee. He graduated from Obion County Central High School in Troy, TN in June 1999. He received his Associates Degree from ...Indian River Community College in Florida and was pursuing his bachelor’s degree from Excelsior College.

Chief Petty Officer Vaughn enlisted in the Navy and reported to Naval Training Command, Great Lakes, Illinois on November 25, 2002. On February 4, 2003, he completed basic training and reported to A-School at FCFCLANT DAM NECK, Virginia for three months. On May 23, 2003, he entered Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/s) Training in Coronado, California. After six months of grueling and demanding training, he graduated from BUD/s Class 248 and immediately proceeded to Advanced SEAL Qualification Training, graduating in October 2004.

Chief Petty Officer Vaughn served his first SEAL Team, SEAL TEAM ONE, in Coronado, California from November 2004-May 2008. He was then assigned to Naval Special Warfare Training Detachment Assaults from May 2008 to May 2010, where he was CQC (Close Quarter Combat) and Lead Breacher Instructor. In May 2010, Chief Petty Officer Vaughn began rigorous selection and training with Naval Special Warfare Development Group. This training included Close Quarters Battle, Military Free-Fall, Tactical First Response Medical Training, Survival Evasion and Escape (SERE), Combat Pistol and Rifle Courses and numerous other courses. He endured several months of the most rigorous training offered in the military and upon successful completion reported to Naval Special Warfare and Development and Evaluation Squadron Three in December 2010. Chief Petty Officer Vaughn has completed numerous deployments around the world and combat deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq.

Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Chief Petty Officer Aaron Vaughn was a highly decorated combat veteran with numerous awards including the Joint Service Achievement Medal with Valor, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with Valor, Combat Action Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism (Service) Medal, Global War on Terrorism (Expeditionary) Medal and numerous other personal and unit decoration. He was posthumously awarded the Purple Heart and the Defense Meritorious Service Medal.

Chief Petty Officer Vaughn is survived by his loving wife Kimberly, 2 year old son, Reagan, 4 month old daughter, Chamberlyn, his parents Billy and Karen, his sisters Tara and Ana, and numerous other family, friends, and teammates.See More

To Donate in his honor and memory:

Children of Aaron Vaughn Memorial Fund
Navy Federal Credit Union
Dam Neck Building 200
Virginia Beach, VA 23461


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Mensaje por doc_breacher el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 1:16

Aaron's 1st Tattoo
The Story of ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ



Two little words. With these two words, two concepts were verbalized that have lived for nearly two and a half Millennia. They signify and characterize both the heart of the Warrior, and the indomitable spirit of mankind. From the ancient Greek, they are the reply of the Spartan General-King Leonidas to Xerxes, the Persian Emperor who came with 600,000 of the fiercest fighting troops in the world to conquer and invade little Greece, then the center and birthplace of civilization as we know it. When Xerxes offered to spare the lives of Leonidas, his 300 personal bodyguards and a handful of Thebans and others who volunteered to defend their country, if they would lay down their arms, Leonidas shouted these two words back. Molon Labe! (mo-lone lah-veh)

They mean, “Come and get them!” They live on today as the most notable quote in military history. And so began the classic example of courage and valor in its dismissal of overwhelming superiority of numbers, wherein the heart and spirit of brave men overcame insuperable odds. Today, there lies a plaque dedicated to these heroes all at the site. It reads: “Go tell the Spartans, travelers passing by, that here, obedient to their laws we lie.”

We have adopted this defiant utterance as a battle cry in our war against oppression because it says so clearly and simply towards those who would take our arms.

It signifies our determination to not strike the first blow, but also to not stand mute and allow our loved ones, and all that we believe in and stand for, to be trampled by men who would deprive us of our God-given – or natural, if you will – rights to suit their own ends.

This is the spirit of our founders who went up against the mighty British Empire to gain our independence. It's the spirit of our fighting men and women today as they willingly lay down their lives for freedom. And it was truly the spirit of our son who, right down to the "Don't Tread On Me" flag still present on the back window of his truck, was resolved in his heart that he would NEVER lay down his arms to a tyrant, whether without or within.

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Mensaje por doc_breacher el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 1:19



Para los que no lo sepan aqui os dejo algo que os gustara:

Aaron Vaughn was one of the SEALs who was filmed in the upcoming movie "Act of Valor." He went to film some of the movie shots just before his son, Reagan, was born in September of 2009.

Una pagina donde podeis conseguir un brazalete:

http://www.stcatherinesboutique.com/AaronVaughnOrder






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Mensaje por doc_breacher el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 1:22

A continuacion os dejo una serie de fotos suyas ,de su memorial y otros memoriales que le han hecho:













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Re: Aaron Vaughn Memorial

Mensaje por doc_breacher el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 1:28



Gracias a su mujer y familiares por la informacion y que podamos todos recordar a este hombre,todos mis respetos para el.

Si quereis colaborar con su familia:

For those not interested in purchasing a bracelet but who would like to make a donation directly to the memorial fund, make checks payable to:
Children of Aaron Vaughn Memorial
Navy Federal Credit Union
Dam Neck, Building 200
Virginia Beach, VA 23461

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Re: Aaron Vaughn Memorial

Mensaje por SiX el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 1:30

Muchas gracias Doc.

Yo compraré una pulsera.







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Keep Low. Move Fast. Kill First. Die Last. One Shot. One Kill. No Luck. Pure Skill.

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Re: Aaron Vaughn Memorial

Mensaje por Hell_Noize el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 4:55

Acojonante memorial Doc, te lo agradezco mucho.

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Re: Aaron Vaughn Memorial

Mensaje por Facer el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 5:35

Tremendo tio!!!...
Mis respetos a este operador.

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Mensaje por Hell_Noize el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 5:36

Si no me equivoco, este operador ha sido el único en pasar todas las pruebas a la primera y sin fallos (hablo de las del DEVGRU que son las más rigurosas del mundo).

TE CAGAS

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Mensaje por doc_breacher el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 9:24

Estas en lo cierto Hell

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Mensaje por Hell_Noize el Jue 16 Feb 2012 - 21:16

Pues flipa sí...mira que ya un "simple" NSW es un superhombre capaz de hacer cosas que ningunoe podríamos imaginar, pues una persona que ha pasado esas pruebas y las del DEVGRU a la primera....no hace falta decir más, el siguiente paso evolutivo!.

Qué triste que un guerrero como este cayese de esta manera...sin poder luchar...impotencia máxima.

RIP

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Mensaje por hitman el Vie 17 Feb 2012 - 9:53

Real warrior. RIP.

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Re: Aaron Vaughn Memorial

Mensaje por doc_breacher el Sáb 25 Feb 2012 - 12:11

Fallen U.S. Navy SEAL Aaron Vaughn made his family proud.
But while he was living, they could never talk much about his often co-vert work and dangerous missions.
Now, with this week’s release of the movie “Act of Valor,” his family will have the unique opportunity to watch Vaughn doing what he loved.
Vaughn, an Obion Coun-ty native, was among the Navy SEALs chosen to be included in filming for “Act of Valor” — which opens in theaters Friday.
The film stars real, active-duty Navy SEALs. Commanders allowed a small, independent film company into their elite ranks five years ago to turn live training exercises into a feature-length movie.
Vaughn will be honored at Saturday night’s showings of “Act of Valor” at Hollywood Showcase in Union City, with a percentage of concession sales to go to the Children of Aaron Vaughn Memorial Fund, according to Vaughn’s paternal grandmother, Geneva Vaughn of Union City.
In addition, Vaughn’s local family members will have a table set up in the lobby and will have memorial bracelets available for sale and order. The bracelets are $5 each and those proceeds also benefit Vaughn’s children’s fund.
Mrs. Vaughn was still awaiting word today on coordinating a similar memorial night for showings of “Act of Valor” at Ciné Theater in Martin.
Many local members of the Vaughn family will watch the movie together Saturday night at Hollywood Showcase. The large close-knit family includes Mrs. Vaughn and her husband, Billy Vaughn Sr., and many aunts, uncles and cousins.
“We’re proud that he’s in it, but it is going to be very difficult to watch,” Mrs. Vaughn said. “It brings tears to our eyes when we think about it.”
She said her grandson was doing what he loved in serving his country as a Navy SEAL.
Mrs. Vaughn said her grandson’s portion of filming was done about three years ago, not long before his son Reagan was born. She said it took the film company so long to film because they had to shoot the SEALs’ scenes between deployments, which sometimes lasted six months.
She doesn’t know exactly where to look for Vaughn in the film, but Vaughn’s widow, Kimberly, remembered him talking about being in the water quite a bit.
“The only thing Kimberly said she remembered most when Aaron would come home from filming is that he said he was in the water a lot and on a boat,” Mrs. Vaughn said.
The Vaughn family believes they have singled out Vaughn from watching the movie’s trailer, which has been airing heavily on television in the days leading up to the movie’s release. Mrs. Vaughn said the SEALs’ faces will not be openly shown too much, though, due to the nature of their work.
Mrs. Vaughn said she saw a Fox News Channel interview with the movie’s producer and director and they explained they chose eight Navy SEALs based on certain character traits.
“They said they picked the ones they thought had integrity and valor and morals and qualities such as that,” she said.
Vaughn, 30, was one of 30 U.S. servicemen — including 17 elite Navy SEALs — who died Aug. 6, 2011, when a rocket-propelled grenade fired by a Taliban insurgent downed their helicopter in Afghanistan.
He was the son of Karen (Rodenberger) and Billy Vaughn Jr. of Stuart, Fla., formerly of Obion County, and the grandson of Geneva and Billy Vaughn Sr. of Union City and Evelyn Rodenberger of Knoxville and the late Frank Rodenberger, formerly of Woodland Mills.
He graduated from Obion County Central High School in 1999 and enlisted in the U.S. Navy on his 21st birthday, a few months after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He began SEAL training right after basic training and became a highly-decorated combat veteran who earned numerous awards.
In addition to being a dedicated SEAL who loved his country, he was a devoted husband and father who left behind a wife, Kimberly Vaughn of Virginia Beach, Va., and two children, son Reagan, now 2, and daughter Chamberlyn, now eight months old.
Vaughn’s widow is featured in a story in the March issue of Redbook magazine.

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Re: Aaron Vaughn Memorial

Mensaje por Hell_Noize el Sáb 25 Feb 2012 - 21:35

Doc currate una traducción anda!

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