A1C Jerome D. Miller Jr.,23, DC

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IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                           No. 904-11
                                                         October 24, 2011
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DOD Identifies Air Force Casualty


The Department of Defense announced today the death of an airman who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.  Airmen 1st Class Jerome D. Miller Jr., 23, of Washington, D.C. died Oct. 13 due to a non-combat related incident in Parwan province, Afghanistan.  He was assigned to the 459th Security Forces Squadron, Andrews Air Force Base, Md.

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A1C Jerome D. Miller, Jr., USAF, Washington, DC
Monday, December 5, 2011  -  Rally 1000
 
Please go to the following link for mission updates and to leave condolences:

 National Condolence Thread
 
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This is the final itinerary for the Patriot Guard Mission to honor A1C Jerome D. Miller, Jr., USAF, 23, Washington, DC, who gave all on October 13, 2011. It is a go, all contacts have been made. Services at ANC will be on Monday, December 5, 2011, at approximately 1100 hrs.
 
A1C Miller died in a non-combat related incident in Parwan province, Afghanistan.  He was assigned to the 459th Security Forces Squadron, Joint Base Andrews, Maryland.
 
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Monday, December 5, 2011
 
1000 – staging
1010 – brief
1020 – KSU
 
Location:          United States Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima)
George Washington Memorial Parkway
Arlington, VA
 
Ride Captain:  rockk (Kevin Rock)  (202) 276-6277
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Military mandated riding gear IS NOT required.  3 x 5 hand-held flags will not be needed for this mission.  If you have flag(s) mounted on your bike, make sure your mount has been tested prior to arrival at the U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial.  All mounts will be inspected prior to departure.
 
The long-term forecast for Monday, December 5th is mostly cloudy with a low of 43 degrees and high of 56 degrees.  Monitor the weather closely and dress appropriately.  You may always cage to this mission.
 
Stand with us as we honor this airman and his family with our respect and silent presence in the flag line.





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