Friday, June 17, 2011

US Marine Sergeant Mark Bradley

US Marine Sergeant Mark Andrew Bradley, age 25, died on Thursday 16th June 2011 from injuries he received in Afghanistan from a bomb blast on 3rd June.

Sgt. Bradley served with the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Division based at Camp Lejeune. He was on his first deployment to Afghanistan and had previously completed four overseas tours of duty.

He had been medically evacuated from Afghanistan to Germany and then to the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.

His wife, Samantha, said that doctors had amputated both of Sgt. Bradley's legs above the knee. His lungs had collapsed, his kidney and liver failed, and he suffered brain trauma. Doctors also had operated on his heart.

Sgt. Bradley joined the Marines eight years ago after he finished high school in Cuba, New York.


  1. Godspeed Sgt. Mark Bradley, Godspeed. We thank you for paying the price for our freedom. May your loved ones take comfort in knowing a greatful nation mourns a true American Hero.

  2. To Mrs. Samantha Bradley and the parents of Sergeant Mark Bradley, Fallen Warrior,

    You are in my prayers and thoughts on your loss. God Bless Our Troops and your family. Sgt. Bradley is a true American hero whose sacrifice is not in vain. Our freedom is hard won at a very high cost, but freedom is not free.

    In Deepest Sympathy,

    Proud Marine Mom 3/4 Kilo Co.

  3. To the family of a True Hero:
    We cannot fully state the gratitude We owe you. As an American, I am awe inspired to see Your dedication to our great country.We pray with your family. Thank you, and comfort to your family!


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