Danica Thomas Wiki – Danica Thomas Biography
Danica Thomas is the wife of Master Sgt. Andrew ‘Andy’ Christian Marckesano. who made six full rounds in Afghanistan with the Airborne and Ranger regiment and half a dozen more combat rounds abroad. He stood up to become a fancy Green Beret and Silver Star buyer. He moved to Washington DC to start a greedy job at the Pentagon. Two days after Monday night on July 4, after dinner with the former battalion leader, he returned home from dinner in Marckesano Alexandria Old Town and died of suicide in front of his wife. He had three young children and was still on active duty.
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Andrew Christian Marckesano Died By Suicide
The death sent shock waves from the army. His friends, family, and military leaders have disappeared. Many told Fox News that Marckesano never entered his tour in Afghanistan’s Arghandab Valley, with a battalion 2-508, which had one of the highest loss rates of any unit during the war in 2009. “This deployment was like being in the ring with Mike Tyson for a year,” said Battalion’s former Command, Sgt Major Bert Puckett.
This week he sent a passionate appeal to the rest of the battalion: “Send me a message, I said before my door opened… my phone is ready. We’ve done things that people are making movies, and in some cases even writers and producers can’t even try to write our story … the backpack is heavy … and we help each other as it gets heavy [& $ # *], but you have to lie down … Don’t let the valley win. ”
The suicide of Marckesano was 30th from this battalion. One of the 20 combat veterans who take their lives every day – an outbreak in which the army and the White House try to stop. Last month, President Trump launched the PREVENTATOR Task Force at a White House ceremony.
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