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WTF Nation, today we put aside our interservice rivalry to remember and honor the 20th anniversary of the bombing on the USS COLE DDG 67, which was attacked by terrorists at 1118 local time on Oct. 12, 2000, while moored for refueling in the Port of Aden, Yemen. Seventeen Sailors were killed and 37 more were injured.
The following is the official remembrance message, Chief of Naval Operations, ADM Mike Gilday sends.
Take a minute to read, and hoist a drink in honor of these 17 fallen sailors.
MSGID/NAVADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/CNO//
SUBJ/CNO MESSAGE TO THE FLEET - 20 YEAR REMEMBRANCE OF THE ATTACK ON USS
RMKS/1. At 1118 local time on 12 October 2000, the guided-missile destroyer
USS COLE (DDG 67) was the target of a suicide attack by terrorists during a routine refueling stop in Yemen’s Aden Harbor. Seventeen U.S. Navy Sailors were killed and 39 were injured in the blast, which tore a 40-by-60 foot hole in the ships hull. The crew of COLE fought valiantly for more than 96 hours to save their ship and shipmates. Their actions are the reason why COLE remains a vital part of our Navy today.
2. As a Navy, it is important, and I am directing that we observe a moment of silence at 1118 (local) that day to recognize the twentieth anniversary of this attack. We will pause to remember those who were tragically lost, pay tribute to the heroic actions of the crew, and reflect on our responsibility to carry their proud legacy forward.
3. Twenty years later, it is important to recognize how these acts of bravery and heroism were nothing short of extraordinary. Immediately following the blast and uncertain of the possibility of further explosions, COLE Sailors courageously ran to the scene and rescued severely injured and trapped shipmates, saving them from further injury and probable death. Well-organized and disciplined despite the chaotic conditions, they prevailed through 96 hours of sustained damage control efforts by dewatering the ship, plugging the inrush of further flooding, shoring ships structures, and securing exposed electrical power sources. The example set by the COLE Sailors is clear: a well-trained crew, even after a devastating blow, can rise to the occasion and save their ship.
4. The 17 Sailors who gave their lives that day are, no doubt, heroes. When their country called, they answered. And, for that, we are eternally grateful. Our responsibility is to honor them by remembering their sacrifices and ensuring they are never forgotten. The most powerful way to honor these sacrifices though, is our continued demonstration of resolve in the face of threats to our nation and its citizens.
5. For Sailors today, you should embrace your responsibility to honor the legacy of the COLE heroes. Their actions epitomized our Navys fighting spirit - heroism, toughness, selfless sacrifice, and tenacious resolve to never give up. They carried forward our Navy heritage of fighting with Honor, Courage, and Commitment. Using their example as a guide, I am confident our Navys proud legacy will live on for generations to come.
6. Our Navy is second to none. The American people count on you and so do I.
Honored to be your CNO.
7. Released by Admiral Mike Gilday, Chief of Naval Operations.//
Names of the 17 fallen Sailors:
Chief Petty Officer Richard Costelow, Morrisville, Pennsylvania.
Signalman Seaman Recruit Cheron Luis Gunn, Rex, Georgia.
Seaman James Rodrick McDaniels, Norfolk, Virginia.
Seaman Recruit Lakiba Nicole Palmer, San Diego, California.
Operations Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Lamont Saunders, Ringgold, Virginia.
Ensign Andrew Triplett, Macon, Mississippi.
Seaman Apprentice Craig Bryan Wibberley, Williamsport, Maryland.
Hull Maintenance Technician 3rd Class, Kenneth Eugene Clodfelter, Mechanicsville, Virginia.
Mess Management Specialist Seaman Lakeina Monique Francis, Woodleaf, North Carolina.
Information Systems Technician Seaman Timothy Lee Gauna, Rice, Texas
Engineman 2nd Class Mark Ian Nieto, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.
Electronics Warfare Technician 3rd Class Ronald Scott Owens, Vero Beach, Florida.
Engineman Fireman Joshua Langdon Parlett, Churchville, Maryland.
Fireman Apprentice Patrick Howard Roy, Cornwall on Hudson, New York.
Electronics Warfare Technician 2nd Class Kevin Shawn Rux, Portland, North Dakota.
Mess Management Specialist 3rd Class Ronchester Mananga Santiago, Kingsville, Texas
Fireman Gary Graham Swenchonis Jr., Rockport, Texas
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When the platoon alcoholic and pastor (language only used to communicate effectively) discuss life decisions in the group chat. Every platoon seems to have both.
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Finally, equal opportunity.
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