Army SSG Adam M. Thomas, 31, of Tacoma Park, Maryland. Died October 4, 2016, supporting Operation Freedom's Sentinel. Assigned to Company B, 2nd Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Carson, Colorado. Died of injuries sustained when an improvised explosive device exploded near his position during dismounted operations in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan
"When you live in holiness when you really try to stop sinning you become braver. You become more courageous, you become a man of your word. You become a man of conviction that you're not willing to sell out and you're really a true knight in shining armor" - Jim Caviezel
Standing by and doing nothing while violence is done to another, makes you just as guilty. You MUST stand up for what is RIGHT if you want to be proud of what you see in the mirror looking back at you at the closing of each day. C.S.
Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places…
My dad and I would have in depth discussions about honor and what it takes to be a man of value to others. All these years later I figure my code of honor may not be like that of most men, but for some it is of value. I don't mask who I am, and I don't hang my head. I value my family, My God and my country. I respect courage, how a person lives, and what they stand for. A person is judged by how they live, and how well they die. I plan to die well.