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Fort Worth, TX
Federal Officer / Agent
Actively Serving


Badge Collecting, Fishing, Hunting, Rodeo
Favorite TV Shows:
Navy CSI, Alias, Stargate (almost anything sci-fi)
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  • Rob_at_funeral_max50


    about 7 years ago

    Brian, Thanks for the add & for your service to our great nation. Stay safe & always watch your 6 o'clock. My best to ya. Rob...

  • Hpim0116_max50


    about 7 years ago

    Thanks for the add. Great to have new friends out there. Stay safe, God bless! and remember..."Going home is priority one"!! E&M.

  • L_75efda7422acdf47e605f20efe4d526b_max50


    about 7 years ago

    Brian thanks for accepting the invite, stay safe out there.

  • Meinuniform_max50


    about 7 years ago

    I have looked at the photo's...I can honestly say that I made friends with a hero I looked at the pictures, I could actually hear the pain in your comments about people not asking to see more of them....I can also understand completely, I worked at the World Trade Center, I got there just after the second tower came down and worked /volunteered as many hours as humanly possible on search and rescue/recovery, I was reminded by your painful request of the insensitive and disrespectful people that are out there.... not the majority at all, but they are there and some are in a positions of incredible power. Without my identifying the poor souls we lost or the official involved, I will mention something similar that hurt, shocked, offended me and the others involved. When we found a firefighter, who had not made it, we would notify them (most were on scene) and usually we could get the men/women from the actual station where these guys were assigned, we would assist them as much as they wanted, in getting their friend and brother, out from the rubble and then we would step back when we knew they did not need anymore help, we would form a double line, that they would remove their brother or brothers through and when they did bring them through, we would salute as we stood there....they did the same for the law enforcement professionals, notify us, assist, and a respectful line of saluting firefighters and officers on both sides from where we removed them to the ambulance for transport, we would cover each brother firefighter , police professional with a flag to keep it as private as possible. We had found 6 yes six brave men who had lost their lives together....they were firefighters. A city worker with a very high pay grade/position, started taking pictures of the bodies of these brave men....without going into it, they asked me if there was anything I could do...well he left the scene without any pictures and that's all I'll mention about how...It still hurts me thinking that a person would do anyone, not just the uniformed still brings a tear to the eye. I am sorry that someone has actually asked to see pictures you did not post...obviously you have your reasons, you are trying to share something very painful with us already, so we could understand and honor the brothers you lost. Please, stay safe and watch your email is , feel free to contact me and I would be honored to keep in touch with you. Thank you again for you service, and your patriotism, Detective Michael J. Saxe, Retired/Disabled New York City Police Department.

  • Photo_user_blank_big


    about 7 years ago

    thanks for the add!! be safe and i hope u have a great night!!

  • Nunst042_max50


    about 7 years ago

    Thanks for the add, stay safe and keep it real. Have a great week.

  • Rememberance_ribbon_max600_max50


    about 7 years ago

    Thanks for the add... Have a great day and stay safe... AJ

  • Photo_user_blank_big


    over 7 years ago

    U r 1 lucky SOB, glad u r alright. @ least when i was in iraq i had better protection, both body and vehicular. Stay safe thanks 4 addin me!