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September 20, 2007
"[W]e shall fight on, insh'allah, as Mulazam Manion would want, and would do."

Rest in Peace, 1LT Travis Manion

Posted by Bill

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1LT Travis Manion (center) shares a laugh with fellow Marines prior to an evening mission in January. (View larger image)

On a Sunday afternoon in late April, 1st Lt. Travis Manion spoke to his father via satellite phone from a dusty Iraqi Army barracks in downtown Fallujah. Manion and his fellow Marines with Military Transition Team (MiTT) 30 - advisors to the 3-2-1 Iraqi Army - had recently watched a DVD of the movie "300," and it made an impression. He told his dad that for the Spartans, there was "no greater honor" than to die fighting for one's country and its freedoms. He expressed frustration that many Americans didn't understand that's what he and his Marines were doing in Iraq. The satellite phone kept cutting out and, unusually, Travis kept calling his father back. He lingered on the phone. He spoke of the importance of honor, strength and courage. He expressed kinship with the Spartans.

A week later, Travis Manion died a Spartan's death.

In the days and weeks that followed, mourning friends, strangers and brothers-in-arms paid their respects with stories of how Manion lived up to the ideals he admired.

A childhood friend named Steve Brown said, "Travis was the first person to ever really stick up for me," after they had just met in the 5th grade. Manion had lectured a racist store clerk who ignored Brown because he was black, insisting that his new friend was served first. Another spoke of an incident a few years later, when Manion shot across a lacrosse field to tackle a temperamental high school teammate who was poised to blind-side a referee after an unfavorable call. This act probably saved a man from hospitalization and an angry kid from jail.

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Midshipman Manion at the Naval Academy, left. With parents Tom and Janet Manion at a wrestling meet. (Photos via the Manion family)

Such early glimmers of moral and physical character presaged enrollment in the United States Naval Academy, a career as a nationally ranked Division I-A wrestler, a decision to follow in his father's Marine Corps. footsteps, openness with Iraqi Army compatriots and Manion's ultimate bravery in the restive city of Fallujah.

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There was the time that Manion and his team were struck by an improvised explosive device (IED) while conducting a mounted patrol. After absorbing the blast and verifying that no one was seriously injured, he saw the glint of a "command wire" that sometimes leads to a bomb's owner. Jumping from the safety of the armored vehicle, Manion spotted and charged after the triggerman fleeing the scene. Though wearing 80+ pounds of "battle rattle" - armor, equipment and ammunition - Manion won the footrace against the small, wiry man, cornering and capturing his terrified prey in a building. As fellow MiTT Marine Maj Joel Poudrier put it, "He just stormed in and knocked a bunch of boxes the guy was hiding behind out of the way, flexi-cuffed him and dragged him out. That kid was a stud."

On March 28, his unit was hit with two suicide vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (SVBIEDs): dump trucks loaded with explosives and chlorine gas. Just before dawn, heavy incoming mortars followed by small-arms fire woke the Marines and Iraqi soldiers (IAs) sleeping in their barracks in the Fallujah Government Center. One truck charged the front gate but was fired upon and detonated before it could penetrate the compound. As the Marines put on their gear and began to assemble, another truck bomb exploded in an alley adjacent to the barracks, ripping open the entire western side of the building and blanketing the Marines and Iraqis in a chalky plume of poison gas. Manion ran up an exposed staircase through gas and the rattle of small-arms fire to recon and defend from the roof, maneuvering sandbags to create firing positions until a quick reaction force and medevac could arrive to remove the wounded.

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Manion in 2005, left. Posing with an IA in 2007. (Photos via the Manion family).

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On April 29, 2007, Travis and fellow advisors were conducting a combined Iraqi and Marine patrol in one of the most difficult sections of Fallujah. 3-2-1 MiTT Commander Maj. Adam Kubicki described that day in a letter to the Manion family:

"We departed our Combat Outpost in vehicles, but the actual conduct of the patrol was on foot, with vehicles in support. Travis was in the vehicle with me, and when on foot we moved together. We moved through the market section of the city with the Iraqi Army in the lead and we Marines providing guidance and direction."

"We had conducted the majority of our patrol uneventfully and were approaching the vehicles again when we were attacked ... our corpsman was struck by a sniper, critically injuring him. Travis and I pulled the corpsman to a covered position and attempted to locate the position of the sniper. Two more Marines rushed from our other vehicle to assist ... [and] a second Marine was struck by the sniper, critically injuring him as well. Travis and I again pulled the injured man to cover and realized that we must immediately establish security of our area."

"Travis selflessly moved from behind the covered position and began to engage the source of enemy fire. At that time, additional enemy forces appeared and began to engage us with a large amount of rifle and machine-gun fire. Travis, the Marine from the other vehicle and I took up firing positions to engage the enemy. I very clearly recall Travis firing his grenade launcher, keeping the insurgents from moving any closer, and his rifle."

"Our Iraqi counterparts were a short distance away at their vehicles. Travis's fire allowed them to remount and attempt to maneuver around to the flank. Our Marine vehicles provided cover and suppressive fire for us. Travis's only concern was the safety of our wounded and his fellow Marines and Iraqi soldiers. He continued to fire his weapon and maintain his position, even when additional insurgents appeared on the rooftops to our sides, firing down into us. [He] maintained his fire into the group of insurgents with the sniper."

"Our Iraqi counterparts maneuvering two blocks to the side encountered an IED and were stopped. I believe Travis was reloading his grenade launcher when the sniper next fired. [He] was struck directly in the side, just above the armor plate. The bullet severed the main vein from his heart and exited the other side. The other Marine and I, the only uninjured personnel on the ground, moved to Travis and pulled him back to a covered position. We alternated, one of us attempting to provide first aid ... while the other continued to engage the enemy. We continued to fight and provide first aid for several minutes. Travis died at 1525 Iraqi time (0725 east coast) on 29 April 2007."

"The fight continued for several more minutes, until a Marine quick reaction force arrived."

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In addition to his fellow Marines, many Iraqis who served with the young lieutenant were distraught at Manion's passing.

"The American people must know we too lost a close friend and brother this day," said Iraqi Army Col. Ali Jaffar, Commanding Officer of the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Iraqi Brigade, who previously spoke at Manion's memorial service. "May his family know we too lost family, and we share their loss, our loss."

Iraqi soldiers have since named a combat outpost after Manion.

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An Iraqi Army Sergeant Major poses next to a picture that marks the newly christened "Combat Outpost Manion." (View larger image - photo via MiTT 6)

"The advisors on a MiTT team are very different from the other American forces in Iraq. They are choosing to live with us, in our ways, share the same hardships and dangers, and choose to fight alongside of us. Many days. Every day," said Jafar. "Their blood is spilled alongside of ours on the battlefield. It mixes with ours. This is why Mulazam (lieutenant) Manion was, and will always be, our brother."

"I was impressed with the leadership in such a young guy," added Eric Greitens, a Navy SEAL who served with Manion. "[In combat] Travis maintained a very calm, mission-oriented presence that the Iraqis responded to."

***

I met Travis Manion prior to a night mission on January 15th, mere days after his team had deployed to the Iraqi Army barracks in the Fallujah Government Center. I struck up a conversation with him about wrestling when I noticed his cauliflower ears, and soon learned of his attendance at the Naval Academy. We spoke about college, his love for the Marines and his mission. Travis was reticent at first, wisely treating a prying reporter with polite circumspection, but he soon warmed up and always made it a point to speak to me or say hello in the weeks that followed.

One thing I noticed about Travis and his teammates: they had an edge. It wasn't simple fear exactly, but the men on that team - stationed as they were in an extremely exposed location, in an extremely violent city - felt that they were in for a rough deployment. They were right.

"When we first arrived in Iraq, one of the other Military Transition Teams in the city had a member killed. Our team was obviously affected, and we conducted a team meeting after his memorial service," wrote Kubicki. "Travis spoke at length, easing the minds of many team members. He was very proud of being a warrior, and the warrior spirit. I remember him saying that it would dishonor a man as a warrior if you did not continue the fight, despite the pain and loss. We have turned back to his words to help us through this time."

Despite the dangerous, difficult work, Manion later made plans to join his old Recon unit and continue working in Fallujah past his MiTT rotation. He believed in his Marines and mission. I wish he could have lived to see Fallujah now - a newly hopeful city, comparatively pacified to no small extent by the efforts of the Iraqi Army and their American advisors.

We had a brief acquaintance, but I was specifically inspired by Travis Manion when we met that chilly evening in January. Here was a young man - ridiculously athletic, smart and good-looking - who could have enjoyed a life of ease with the world at his feet, yet instead chose one of the most difficult paths imaginable. His subsequent actions and ultimate passing have inspired me even more, and continue to inspire others.

"Let all know too, we shall fight on, insh'allah (as God wills), as Mulazam Manion would want, and would do," said Col. Ali.

*****

Please consider donating to the following Memorial fund set up in Travis Manion's name. It will be used to support families of fallen heroes and also to establish an annual scholarship at LaSalle College High School, given to a student who exhibits the qualities of courage and leadership exemplified by the award's namesake.

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Bill,

Thanks for taking the time to put this story together on Travis. It honors him, his family and all of us who had the privilege of serving beside him. He was truly a warrior's warrior and we will mourn his loss for the rest of our lives. My children will grow up knowing who 1stLt Travis Manion was and his spirit will forever inspire me. Semper Fidelis, Joel

Posted by: Maj Joel Poudrier at September 20, 2007 03:33 PM

Whenever I feel despair for the future our country, I will think of men like Travis Manion, and be comforted.

And humbled.


Fair winds and following seas, Brother Marine.

Posted by: Chuck Gibson at September 20, 2007 03:39 PM

Bill,

Thanks for raising the story of Lt. Manion to my (and others) attention. Since my class is 20 years prior to his, I think I'm gonna see if our class president can send an email to my classmates to see if they can support this memorial.

Posted by: JFH at September 20, 2007 06:49 PM

Good work, Bill. And God bless our soldiers. These guys are truly the finest America has to offer.

Posted by: Warden at September 20, 2007 07:36 PM

Fair winds and following seas.

Posted by: bnelson44 at September 20, 2007 11:08 PM

The man’s life obviously left an impression. And his departure a void. We too mark your passing, Travis Manion. Rest in peace.

Posted by: TexasDan at September 20, 2007 11:13 PM

I am truly humbled by a person like Travis who's done and been so much more in his short time on earth than most of us will ever do or be. Thank God for people like Travis and thank you Travis for being here.

Posted by: Donna at September 20, 2007 11:16 PM

Great families produce great men who change the world. God bless all of you.

Posted by: David at September 20, 2007 11:17 PM

Words cannot express the gratitude and admiration. God bless Travis Manion, and all of those like him who are selflessly serving and defending this great country. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Posted by: MT at September 20, 2007 11:24 PM

Thanks to Travis for giving his all for this country and for Iraq. Thanks to the author of this account for an informative overview of the life of this hero. It is emotionally moving to read of the heroic and selfless acts performed by courageous soldiers like Travis, especially when they have given the ultimate sacrifice of their own lives. What separates this from other accounts is the inclusion of comments from the Iraqi soldiers. Their impressions and appreciation of Travis are very touching.

Posted by: PJ at September 20, 2007 11:51 PM

Thank you.

There aren't enough words to express my gratitude. Men like Travis humble me...

Posted by: Stout Republican at September 20, 2007 11:55 PM

Travis -you are an inspiration to all human beings. You lived more and accomplished more than most live or accomplish in a lifetime. My heart goes out the Manion Family and to those who served with him in Iraq. Thank you.

Posted by: Ian Connett at September 20, 2007 11:57 PM

Travis -- I know you're in the most wonderful place (un)imaginable right now... and I know He is delighted to have you so close to Him.

Thank you for protecting me, my family, my friends and the rest of my fellow Americans. Words cannot convey what I owe you and your comrades who put their lives on the line for us.

To Travis' family -- I am honored to merely know of your son/brother/grandson and his sacrifice. I thank God there are still men like Travis who believe in our country, and I thank God for the families from which these men grow to be our heroes. God Bless you.

Posted by: D2Boston at September 20, 2007 11:59 PM

What a man! What a man to have remembrances like this:

A childhood friend named Steve Brown said, "Travis was the first person to ever really stick up for me," after they had just met in the 5th grade".

Excellent work, Bill. You've given us the story of an American hero. John 15:13.

Posted by: Spirit of 1776 at September 21, 2007 12:10 AM

"We sleep safe in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm."

And some we lose, though his family bears the harshest burden.

For we only knew him by his sacrifice while they knew... him.

"Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. but it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning." -- Winston Churchill

Heres to a man willing to face that beginning for all of us.

Posted by: DANEgerus at September 21, 2007 12:23 AM

1LT Manion, I didn't know you personally. But I would have been proud to call you my friend or brother. Thank you for your service.
To the Manion family, please accept my condolences at this time. You've made the ultimate sacrifice. Thank you for sharing your son and allowing him to touch all the lives he did. Including mine, just from reading this article.

Posted by: K P at September 21, 2007 12:24 AM

His heroism shames me. God bless him and his comrades.

Posted by: Mike at September 21, 2007 12:26 AM

Travis embodies the best that America is and I hope that I can live up to the sacrifice he has made for me and mine. God bless you and keep you Travis.
For his family....my prayers are with you that you will find peace in your memories of Travis. God bless you all.

csdeven

Posted by: csdeven at September 21, 2007 12:38 AM

1st Lt. Travis Manion we honor your life and courage. May the Marines continue to demonstrate, and may more Americans come to learn, that there is no better friend than a man such as Mr. Manion. And no better place for such a man to do good than in the Marines. He chose well and lived well. He and his family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Takeshi, Japan

Posted by: Takeshi at September 21, 2007 12:40 AM

May God Bless the Manion family.
Thank you for raising a wonderful young man and sharing him with us.

Posted by: Melissa In Texas at September 21, 2007 12:41 AM

"The American people must know we too lost a close friend and brother this day," said Iraqi Army Col. Ali Jafar, Commanding Officer of the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Iraqi Brigade, who spoke at Manion's memorial service. "May his family know we too lost family, and we share their loss, our loss."

I hope that high praise comforts the Manion family. It is evidence of a job exceptionally well done and it's part of the reason we, and the Iraqis, are going to win this thing.

Thank you for raising such an outstanding young man. Thank you for Travis. My deepest condolences for your loss.

This is heartbreaking news.

Posted by: Pablo at September 21, 2007 01:48 AM

Thank you Travis. And thanks to the Manion family for sharing him with us.

and Bill, thanks for going over there and reporting.

Posted by: maggie katzen at September 21, 2007 02:00 AM

300-1+299.

I would gladly and humbly take his place.

AAAAUUUGGHH I just can't express how ANGRY I am for your family. I will be thinking about you for months and years to come, as if you were my own brother. And I will honor you as if you were my own life, for indeed. You. Are.

Posted by: RushBaby at September 21, 2007 02:02 AM

Blessed be his memory.

Posted by: Georgej at September 21, 2007 02:03 AM

I already know what outstanding young people we have serving in Iraq. But when when reading of one like 1st Lt. Manion it is so terribly humbling. God Bless you Travis may you rest in peace. Thank you and all of your comrades for your service. Deepest condolences to the Manion family.

Posted by: D-Bar, California at September 21, 2007 03:08 AM

My sincere condolences go out to the Manion family. Travis, you did what was right for our country and Iraq. You paid the ultimate sacrifice to keep us safe back home. You are an American hero.

As we say in the Navy, Fair winds, and following seas.

God Bless Travis, his family, and God Bless America!

Posted by: rightside at September 21, 2007 04:06 AM

God bless the Manion family in this terrible time of loss. My condolences go out to you on the loss of a wonderful American serving his country! Where do people like Travis come from? You will have his memory forever and will be able to remember him as an American hero who died keeping us safe! Thank you!

Posted by: steve abbott at September 21, 2007 04:40 AM

God Bless you and thank the Lord for fine young men like him. The world needs more like him. As a USMC family, my boy is in Iraq too. It breaks my heart too see such fine you men pay the ultimate sacrifice. As parents, you too have sacrificed something very dear to your heart. I pray for our people in the military every day. I need to pray for their families too. Our young men in the Marines, there's nobody else like them.

Posted by: Rudy Hartmann at September 21, 2007 05:46 AM

May God bless 1LT Travis Manion and his family.

"I pray that our Heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your bereavement, and leave you only the cherished memory of the loved and lost, and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom."

Posted by: Nickolas Dilmore at September 21, 2007 06:16 AM

To Travis Manion's family, I express my deepest condolences. I am also filled with admiration after reading the Iraqi Colonel's words. He made it clear that Travis deeply understood our purpose in Iraq.

God bless Travis and his family.

Posted by: Anton at September 21, 2007 06:18 AM

Lt. Manion is truly an example of America at its best. Thanks for sharing this.

One sentence jumped out at me, and I think speaks volumes on Lt. Manion's character and the progress in Iraq to which he obviously made a hug contribution:

Iraqi soldiers have since named a combat outpost after Manion.

Posted by: Eric at September 21, 2007 06:36 AM

Rest in peace Lt. Manion. Thank you for your service and may God bless you and your family.

Posted by: Brent at September 21, 2007 06:52 AM

Manion, your heroism and bravery will never be forgotten, just as I will never forget the 36,000 U.S forces that laid their lives so that South Korea can live free and be prosperous. If it weren't for their sacrifice during those pressing times, my family would not have been able to worship as Christians (parents fled from North Korea because they were persecuting Christians) and the entire Korean peninsula would have been in a dark cloud of tyranny. You know, 50 years from now, the Iraqi people will say the same for Manion who helped secure their country and bring a Democratic Islamic state of Iraq. I am so humbled by his heroism.

Posted by: andrew at September 21, 2007 07:17 AM

There is no adequate way to express our thanks for Lt. Manion's service and for his making the ultimate sacrifice to keep us free and safe.
God rest his soul and may He send his family and loved ones His comfort.
The world is a lesser place without fine people like Travis in it.
We will remember him and our other fallen heroes for as long as America lasts.

Posted by: Jennie T. at September 21, 2007 07:18 AM

Dress right dress, Marine. God now has someone to watch his six. Semper Fi.

Posted by: John C at September 21, 2007 07:38 AM

May His Memory Be Eternal.

Posted by: pullingmyhairout at September 21, 2007 08:22 AM

This Marine was truly a hero in my book. We certainly need more like him and I am sure he will be missed by all who knew him. There are three kinds of people in the world. Sheep who sometimes get eaten by wolves, wolves who love to devour sheep and sheep dogs who guard the sheep. I am proud to say that this Marine was a brave sheep dog guarding the rest of us sheep and that cost him his life. May he rest in Peace!

Posted by: Don Attaway at September 21, 2007 08:24 AM

Lt. Manion is a true hero. Not only for America and Iraq but also for all those in the free world willing to open their eyes.

May his memory live on in song, in verse and in the very hearts all those he fought to protect... all those he loved so genuinely. For "there is no greater love than to lay down one's life for a friend."

God bless the mourning family and all those Lt. Manion fought for and beside.

Posted by: 12thman at September 21, 2007 08:33 AM

May Godbless the Manion family and may He give the Manions a double portion of his sprit, for such a great sacrifice.

Posted by: Kim at September 21, 2007 09:14 AM

Words cannot describe the sense of loss I feel, and I've never met Lt. Manion.

He was a true gift to his family, the Marines, and us all.

Thank you for sharing your gift with us. We are sincerely humbled by your generosity.

Posted by: Miss_Anthrope at September 21, 2007 09:21 AM

Today, I will work harder, pause in reflective moments of silence, laugh louder, be more helpful, love my family more, and have more patience with those around me, in an attempt to honor the sacrifice of LT Travis Manion, who I never knew.

Posted by: Rob Collins at September 21, 2007 09:27 AM

Semper Fidelis

Posted by: shawn at September 21, 2007 09:37 AM

Where do we get such men?
Rest in peace Lt. The next time I am in Memorial Hall I will touch your name and remember you.

Posted by: Babs at September 21, 2007 10:08 AM

We are diminished.

Posted by: Scott at September 21, 2007 10:19 AM

Thank you, Manion family, for this life that you so bravely gave to this world. There are no words to bring total comfort and peace, but you have our deepest respect and sympathy and gratitude from our family.

Posted by: Anastasia at September 21, 2007 10:23 AM

Nice work, Bill. Men like that make me ashamed of my mundane problems and petty squabbles here in Easy Land.

Posted by: CraigC at September 21, 2007 10:28 AM

A better man than I am. I, sir, honor you and your family.

Posted by: jay-dubya at September 21, 2007 10:34 AM

To the Parents of LT Travis Manion
Tonight I will embrace my child in honor of your child. May the comfort of that embrace reach you. I am fully aware that I am allowed that privilege through the sacrafice of your child. I commend his willingness to put himself in harms way so that I may enjoy the freedoms that I have.
Thank You

Posted by: Sarah at September 21, 2007 10:40 AM

I am so sorry about this. Even though this is the first I heard about him, it sounds like we lost a good man. I hope his family knows that we appreciate people like him, and will always honor people like him.

Posted by: mindy abraham at September 21, 2007 11:28 AM

There are more heroes than we know, But I can add Travis to my list because I know his name. May his family take comfort in his redeployment to the gates of Heaven to be with his other fallen brothers. Another Marine who symbolizes our fight for Freedom to the core--(Corps!)Semper Fi.

Posted by: defendusa at September 21, 2007 11:38 AM

Just knowing there are people like Travis Manion in this day and age gives me hope. That was an inspiring story.

Posted by: Frank J. at September 21, 2007 11:56 AM

To the parents of Travis Manion - Our family cannot express in words the appreciation we have for Travis' sacrifice for his fellow servicemen and for our country.

Travis' actions remind me that I am thankful for all of things I can do and say - all because of freedom in our country - the country Travis fought to defend against terror.

I am thankful I can choose to send my children to a Catholic school because of Travis - I can go to church wherever I want, whenever I want, because of Travis. I can wear whatever I want, because of Travis. I can express my views about politics, because of Travis. I can choose to raise my children to be as dedicated, as selfless, as brave, as empathetic, as honorable - as your son, Travis. What an amazing example he is for our children!

Thank you for raising such a fine American. Our country was blessed to have been served by your son.

Posted by: Mom of four in NV at September 21, 2007 12:05 PM

The more I learn about the people defending our country, the more I come to love them and respect them. They are all heroes. I pray for them and their families each and every day.

Posted by: Tim Porter at September 21, 2007 12:21 PM

The USMC celestial plain has gained a bright star. But we fellow Marines have lost a brother. From a Marine who served in Vietnam, I am proud that Travis has maintained the position of hero for the Corps and for his country. With a tear I say humbly yet proudly:
Semper Fidelis, Semper Fraternum

Posted by: David Gary at September 21, 2007 12:30 PM

If there were any doubt that our armed forces consist of our finest men and women, Lieutenant Manion's story would erase it.

Rest in peace. Lieutenant.

Posted by: Silicon Valley Jim at September 21, 2007 12:39 PM

Semper Fi, Sir... I would have been honored to have served with you-- would that I could have. God bless your soul and your family.

Posted by: Kurt G. - Retired_Gunny at September 21, 2007 12:40 PM

Lt. Manion is a prime example of why we call the military our best and brightest. May God bless him for his efforts and dedication, and God hold & bless his family for their sacrifice as well.

Posted by: Rick at September 21, 2007 12:51 PM

To Travis' family, thank you and thank God for the gift of your son. All good gifts come down from above.
May you never feel the grief without also experiencing the comfort of honor and pride, and never mourn the loss without knowing that all free people had their freedom bought by Travis and by sons and daughters like him, and by families like yours. I'm so sorry for your sadness. So thankful that we still have young people who dare to keep us free.

Posted by: LN at September 21, 2007 12:57 PM

George Patton, speaking of the dead of another war, said, "It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather, we should thank God that they lived."
It would take a stronger man than me to not mourn, but I do thank Him.

Posted by: Richard Aubrey at September 21, 2007 01:06 PM

I hope the sniper got his.

Posted by: spacemonkey at September 21, 2007 01:11 PM

I'm speechless...

Semper Fidelis, Mulazam Manion.

Posted by: PaleoMedic at September 21, 2007 01:31 PM

Lt. Manion, I offer you my humble thanks for your service and sacrifice. It is a privilege to read of your heroism and I await the honor of meeting you when I join you at His feet.

And to the Manion family, my sincerest condolences and solemn hope that God grant you mercy and grace as you celebrate his life and mourn his passing.

Posted by: Bryan K Mills at September 21, 2007 01:34 PM

To the Manion Family-

I cannot claim to know what grief you feel at the loss of you beloved son, but do know that I am proud of him. I'm not in the service, although I tried. I wanted to be a Marine, but some injuries I sustained in 1994 made me ineligible.

I would like to think that, had I joined the Marine Corps, I would have been someone like Travis; that I would've been as courageous as him to lay down my life for this country & the Iraqi people that loved him as well...

God bless you.

Posted by: AlanABQ at September 21, 2007 01:43 PM

I am proud to call myself a fellow Navy wrestler and Marine officer. Lt. Manion, I have a son in heaven as well and I am going to ask him to look you up and say thank you.

Semper Fi,
Dan
LtCol USMC(Ret)

Posted by: Dan Krall at September 21, 2007 01:48 PM

I'm saving this on my hard-disk.
God bless him and his family

Posted by: Lilya at September 21, 2007 01:54 PM

A true hero. Because of warriors like him, we are able to sleep safely at night.

Thank you for my freedom.

Posted by: danielle at September 21, 2007 01:56 PM

May God bless the Manion family we owe you a huge debt that words can never repay. 1lt Manion thank you, know that we are ever grateful Semper Fi.

Posted by: rick keyes at September 21, 2007 01:57 PM

Words are not sufficient, but this evening I will sit down with my 14 year old son and read through this account of Lt. Manion's life and death with him. I want him to know about Lt. Manion and know that he and every other freedom loving person is better because of Lt. Manion.

My condolences to Lt. Manions family and friends. My eternal thanks to Lt. Manion.

Godspeed young man.

Posted by: Dr_Dean at September 21, 2007 01:59 PM

On another blog about another young warrior cut down in his prime, a poster asked rhetorically "Where do we find such men?" The answer and I will never forget this is "we dont find them, they just show up." Restin Peace young lieutenant. Your sacrifice is not in vain and you will be remembered.

Posted by: MAJ Hamilton at September 21, 2007 01:59 PM

May His Soul Rest in Peace....& His Service be not in Vain. May the only Great & Good God Hear Our Prayers & Grant True Peace. Amen.

Posted by: La Gringa at September 21, 2007 02:05 PM

To all the men and women in uniform, and especially those who give their blood in sacrifice:

As the 300 of times before, you stand guard and secure our future.
You protect my children.
You give to the world what is best about our country.
You represent our best.

For all this, words do no justice. Thank you. God Bless.

Posted by: David at September 21, 2007 02:07 PM

The movie 300 stood out for me too, I can understand his frustration at wanting Americans to understand what military people feel like. Recently leaving the Air Force as a Major, my only regret is being too old to fight along side the noble men like Travis. God Bless the family that can raise such an honerable young American.

Posted by: Bob the Doc at September 21, 2007 02:07 PM

May Lieutenant Manion rest in peace.

God bless his family & other loved ones.

Posted by: BetsyinAmerica at September 21, 2007 02:08 PM

Thank you, his family, for bringing such a hero into the world. Thank you, his family, for raising such a man as this.

I am sorry for your loss. It is a loss for the entire nation, whether they know it or not.

God bless you.

Posted by: Suzi at September 21, 2007 02:24 PM

Your son's story makes me want to be a better man, a better father and a better american.. and as a former Marine, he will never be forgotten. God Bless.

Posted by: Clay Spradlin at September 21, 2007 02:57 PM

I have been enlisted and an NCO in the Army for 10 years now. I will by the end of the year be a newly-commissioned 2LT. I hope that on my next tour to Iraq I have the bravery and honour of 1LT Minion and the guts to chase down the trigger man of an IED and earn the respect of the men I lead.

Posted by: Tom Ashton at September 21, 2007 05:18 PM

This man is an inspiration to all Americans, and we should all be very proud that there are men like Lt. Manion serving our country. I pray that his family will be comforted in this time of sorrow. Semper Fi, Lt. Manion. You've done your time in hell. God Bless.

Posted by: Joe Newby at September 21, 2007 06:21 PM

Sounds like one helluva great guy, a fine American, and an outstanding soldier. Thanks for bringing his accomplishments to light, as well as sharing a bit about his character. A clear sign of great upbringing by loving parents. My condolences to the Minion family...

Posted by: David Diekmann at September 21, 2007 07:00 PM

To the Travis Manion family;

I am truly sorry for your loss. Your son is a hero to me and to every other American who believes in a moral compass, in not passing by when somebody needs help. I am sorry that I am disabled and cannot help finish what your son started.

Your son inspires me to thank our troops even more. I make a point of stopping troops when they're in uniform and saying thank you and when possible, offering them a free meal or a drink. They deserve it.

Posted by: Josef, Sedro-Woolley, WA at September 21, 2007 07:06 PM

May you rest in peace and rise in glory, Lt. Manion. We'll take it from here. My prayers are with your family and friends.

Posted by: nonsubhomine at September 21, 2007 07:34 PM

Thank you for your beautiful son. Thank you that he fought to keep my family safe and free. My prayers are with you. May the Lord hold you in His Loving Arms and give you peace.

Posted by: Jamie Gee at September 21, 2007 08:28 PM

God Bless You Marine Lt. Manion and your family.

You were aware of the place in History we are now at, when others were not.

You have my deepest thanks, honor and respect, and have earned more than anyone can give.

Thank you for protecting the United States of America, and all Freedom loving people of the Earth, when it needed protecting.

Posted by: Rick Rezabek at September 21, 2007 08:37 PM

Travis and family,
Just a simple Thank you, your service will never be forgotten by those of us who care and understand the warrior way.
Mark

Posted by: Mark Casper at September 21, 2007 08:41 PM

A heartfelt thank you to the Travis family. May God comfort you.

Posted by: Michael Brant at September 21, 2007 08:55 PM

He is neither gone nor forgotten.

Semper Fi.

Posted by: Jennifer at September 21, 2007 09:29 PM

The world is a lesser place for the loss of this man. He died for many things, not the least of them was one more day of peace and freedom here in America.

"From these honored dead we take renewed devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion"

Posted by: Mike Homiller at September 21, 2007 11:10 PM

God bless Travis's immortal soul. Men(and women) like Travis are the best youth America can muster in such an age where showing one's patriotism is frowned upon by many fools that do not know what patriotism truely is and what the flag stands for. One thing I've wanted for so long was to be physically, and medically, able to join the military so I could be right over there with all the others. Not kicking back in my computer chair and trying to find a job before the medical bills come in. I want so much to be over there, laying my life on the line for my country alongside the bravest people on this planet.
Keep the faith that Travis is in a much better place now, with no war.
"Only the dead have seen the end of war." - Plato

"Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.
Resist him, steadfast in the faith, knowing that the same sufferings are experienced by your brotherhood in the world."
1 Peter 5:8-9

Posted by: Nick Hornung at September 22, 2007 02:28 AM

God bless Travis's immortal soul. Men(and women) like Travis are the best youth America can muster in such an age where showing one's patriotism is frowned upon by many fools that do not know what patriotism truely is and what the flag stands for. One thing I've wanted for so long was to be physically, and medically, able to join the military so I could be right over there with all the others. Not kicking back in my computer chair and trying to find a job before the medical bills come in. I want so much to be over there, laying my life on the line for my country alongside the bravest people on this planet.
Keep the faith that Travis is in a much better place now, with no war.
"Only the dead know the end of war." - Plato

"Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil walks about like a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.
Resist him, steadfast in the faith, knowing that the same sufferings are experienced by your brotherhood in the world."
1 Peter 5:8-9

Posted by: Nick Hornung at September 22, 2007 02:28 AM

Someone far wiser than me, whose name doesn't come to mind, once said something to the effect that: "The Tree of Liberty must, from time to time, be nourished with the blood of patriots"

As long as America continues to produce warriors like Travis, the rest of us can sleep safely in our beds, knowing full well that our Tree stands strong and tall now and evermore.

God bless and keep you by His side.

Posted by: Aubrey King at September 22, 2007 02:56 AM

Thank you to Bill for the story.

Thank you to the Manion family for their sacrifice.

Posted by: Ken in Irvine at September 22, 2007 04:24 AM

God bless his family for their sacrifice and I pray they will always be comforted with the memory of his courage and the honor he did our country.

Posted by: shimauma at September 22, 2007 08:04 AM

The thundering line of battle stands
And in the air death calls and sings
But Day shall clasp him in strong hands
And Night shall fold him in soft wings


If Travis had seen 300, he must have felt an affinity for the Spartan warriors' final wish. Leonidas orders his runner before the last battle, "Tell our people what happened here, and that we fought and died in accordance with Spartan law." And so, we will tell.

Posted by: jordan at September 22, 2007 10:05 AM

COME to his assistance, All you Saints of God! Meet him, you Angels of the Lord. Receive his soul, and present it to the Most High. May Christ who called you, receive you; and may the Angels lead you into the bosom of Abraham. Eternal rest grant to him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May the souls of the faithfully departed through the mercy of God rest in peace.
Into your hands, O Lord, we humbly entrust our brother. In this life you embraced him with your tender love; deliver him now from every evil and bid him enter eternal rest.

The old order has passed away: welcome him then into paradise, where there will be no sorrow, no weeping nor pain, but the fullness of peace and joy with your Son and the Holy Spirit for ever and ever.
Amen.

My deepest sympathies to the Manion family for your terrible loss. Our Country was so blessed to have had a warrior like LT walk among us. Where do such Heroes come from?

I think my Marine would have followed LT into hell with a 5-gal can of gas in one hand and a lit match in the other. LT exemplified exactly the leadership my son expects from his officers. And LT certainly lived and led by the Core Values: Honor, Courage and Commitment.

May the Good Lord bless and keep LT as he joins his Marines to guard the streets of Heaven, and may He bless and comfort your family in your grief.

Semper Fi.

Posted by: Mike Dobrotka at September 22, 2007 12:33 PM

From: an old retired dogface soldier and Vietnam vet- to: one hell of a leather neck marine. Your service gives me a deep feeling of respect for your professional behavior and love of country, and sadness of your loss to our nation and your family. Drive on marine and rest in peace my young brother - in -arms , you have done your duty. HOOAHH and HOORAHH!!

Posted by: MSG.M.B.,USA,(Ret.) at September 22, 2007 01:37 PM

From one old Marine Lieutenant to LT.Manion-well done my brother Marine,heroes like you will live on forever in the annals of the Corps.You are the epitome of courage,commitment,and honor .May the Good Lord keep you in the palm of HIS hand. My deepest condolences to your family and be rest assured that GOD has a reason for why HE does what HE does.When this old{74} LT. meets your son I will embrace him and tell him what a difference he made in his short life here on earth.May GOD bless us all and especilly the Manion family. SEMPER FI. 1/lt R.E.Snyder 1

Posted by: Ralph E.Snyder at September 22, 2007 02:24 PM

Bill- I want to thank you for your article about my brother 1st Lt. Travis Manion. Your words really captured the man my brother was. He left lasting impressions on everyone he came into contact with, and was a wonderful brother and best friend to me. Again, thank you.

Posted by: Ryan Manion Borek at September 22, 2007 09:23 PM

I just want to offer condolences to his family.

God bless and care for you all.

Posted by: Aaron at September 23, 2007 12:01 AM

My heart and prayers to his family and friends in this time of heavy sorrow, your loss is also my pain; an American warrior defending the liberty and justice for which we stand has been taken from us, I will always remember his name-

1st Lt. Travis Manion and his indomitable American spirit that sustains our hearts.

God Bless

Posted by: susan at September 23, 2007 05:10 PM

I hope the pride you take in the incredible life your son has lived and the knowlege of where he is now can give you some comfort in your great loss. Words are inadequate. God Bless.

Posted by: John Black at September 23, 2007 07:07 PM

Manions,
Thank you for raising a boy that became a hero.
God Bless.

Posted by: John at September 24, 2007 08:05 AM

A wee bit of old Ireland for the Lad and his
Family!!

Don't grieve for me, for now I'm free!
I follow the plan God laid for me.
I saw His face, I heard His call,
I took His hand and left it all...
I could not stay another day,
To love, to laugh, to work or play;
Tasks left undone must stay that way.
And if my parting has left a void,
Then fill it with remembered joy.
A friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss...
Ah yes, these things I, too, shall miss.
My life's been full, I've savoured much:
Good times, good friends, a loved-one's touch.
Perhaps my time seemed all too brief—
Don't shorten yours with undue grief.
Be not burdened with tears of sorrow,
Enjoy the sunshine of the morrow.

Posted by: Tincan Sailor at September 24, 2007 02:57 PM

Tim McGraw performed a better tribute than I could ever come up with: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7ixC-LYDGc

God be with you during your time of sadness and loss. Please except my undying thanks on behalf of a humbled and thankful nation.

Semper Fi!!

Posted by: Tim at September 24, 2007 04:11 PM

Bill,
Please accept my sincere thanks and gratitude to the wonderful tribute you have paid our son.
My world has changed forever. His bravery and love for his fellow man has truly made him an American Hero.
My only wish is that his entire story could to told to everyone......maybe it could help to change this world..
Thank you again Bill.
Janet Manion

Posted by: Janet Manion at September 25, 2007 07:53 AM

Any parent would be proud to have a son of this calibre. My congratulations to his parents.

I am Canadian, but I thank Travis for his sacrifice, and applaud him for the life he led.

Posted by: Paul at September 29, 2007 04:57 PM

To the Manion Family, my sincerest condolences. Please know that you have raised and sacrificed a son which, as others have so rightly observed, any family would be proud. We cannot replace the loss or know your hardship. Many would relieve you of this burden if they could. This cannot be. But know this... YOU and Travis have made us proud. You son did not give up his life in vain. You will live, God willing, to see his belief in the cause and his brother Iraqis vinidicated.

Rest in Peace Travis Manion, you have seen your duty and done it well. Take your place among your brother Marines guarding the streets of Heaven. May God reward your sacrifice, and His perpetual light shine upon you.

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