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Arlington National Cemetery
Paul J. Reidy, Active Duty
USA – WoT
Arlington, Virginia – 01-31-19

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ABOUT THE MISSION:

CW4 Paul J. Reidy, 50 from Alabama, USA AD, died on 6 Sep 2018 in a crash of an AH6i Attack Helicopter during a routine training mission. The accident occurred at the Khashm-Al-An airport in Saudi Arabia, and is under investigation. He is survived by his wife  and a loving family.

PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 01-31-19
Staging Time: 07:45 a.m.

Post Chapel, Joint Base Myer/Henderson Hall (JBMHH) parking lot
Arlington, Virginia 22211

Ride Captain:

Roland Lataille
703-398-7839
hd.triker@yahoo.com

Special Instructions:

Brief: 08:00 a.m.
Honors: 08:15 a.m.
Establish a Flag line outside Old Post Chapel (Flags TL)
Honors: 09:15 a.m. Graveside ANC
Large flags provided, but are NOT used in ANC for graveside services.  Military mandated ID/gear IS required for this mission unless you are caging (photo ID, long pants & sleeves, full finger gloves, over-ankle boots, face shield/goggles/windshield, use of reflective vest/jacket encouraged).  Forecast
Concealed/carry permits are NOT recognized on military installations and federal reservations. Therefore do not bring weapons or hazardous materials to this mission.
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water WILL NOT be provided, please bring your own.

Submitted By: Bruce Gentile
Position: Maryland State Captain

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January 31
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2 Comments

  1. Chief Warrant Officer Paul J Reidy’s service and sacrifices will not be forgotten. He is a “TRUE AMERICAN HERO”. May he Forever Rest in Peace & may the memories of your brave Soldier give you peace, comfort, and strength through the rest of your days.
    Stand down, Mr. Reidy, your mission is now complete. May your Brothers and Sisters-in Arms from the War on Terror welcome you to your eternal home. Rest easy, brave Soldier, we now have the watch! /Salute

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