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CPT Shawn L. English
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CPT Shawn L. English
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Soldier's Title: Senior Military Advisor to Iraqi Army
APO/FPO: APO AE (Note 1*)
Added here: 10 May 2006
End date: 09 Jun 2006 (Note 3*)
Contact for approx number of Males: 22, Females: 0 (Note 5*)
Unit is from: Composite Unit (Note 6*)
CPT Shawn L. English

13 Dec 2006:
Shawn L. English, captain, United States Army, of Panama City Beach, Fla., died during combat operations in Iraq on Sunday, Dec. 3, 2006. He is survived by his wife, Tricia; sons, Nathan, 7, Noah, 5, and Austin, 3; mother, Lois English; sister, Dawn (Chris) Carroll; niece, Samantha; nephew, Christopher of Westerville, Ohio; father-in-law and mother-inlaw, Curt and Bev Daily; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Todd and Barb Daily of Lewis Center; niece, Shane; and nephew, Callen. Shawn’s passions in life were his wife and his sons, faith and his country. Virtues instilled through his father, Donald English, who preceded him in death in 1997. He held BA and MS degrees from Wright State and Webster Universities. A much-decorated soldier, Shawn served his country from 1990 to 2006, including Operations Desert Storm/Shield as well as Operation Iraqi Freedom. Prior to deployment to Iraq, he was commander, Co. D, 577 Engineering Battalion, and senior liaison officer, Naval Dive Center, Panama City, Fla. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. today, Dec. 13, 2006, at Central College Presbyterian Church, 975 S. Sunbury Road, Westerville, Ohio, with Dr. Richard Ellsworth and the Rev. Wayne Morrison officiating. Interment will follow in Maplewood Cemetery in New Albany, Ohio. Arrangements are being handled by Moreland Funeral Home in Westerville, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, friends, if they wish, may contribute to the Capt. Shawn L. English Memorial Fund, c/o Fifth Third Bank, Columbus, Ohio.

07 Dec 2006
(From his alternate):

December 06, 2006


DoD Identifies Army Casualty

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Capt. Shawn L. English, 35, of Westerville, Ohio, died Dec. 3 in Baghdad, Iraq, of injuries suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near his HMMWV during combat operations. He was assigned to the 577th Engineer Battalion, 1st Engineer Brigade, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.

For further information related to this release, contact the Fort Leonard Wood public affairs office at (573) 563-4013.

10 May 2006
We live with the Iraqi Army in old buildings that are very dusty and with out power at times. We run off of 220 power when we do have it. We do not have a microwave or refrigerator, although we do get ice when available. I am the TM Leader for a relatively small team. We could use some sheets for single beds. Mosquito nets, a coffee maker with coffee, sugar, and creamer. Toiletries, razors, shave cream, bars of soap, deodorant, and dandruf shampoo. Sun Glasses that are good along with handy wipes are also a great thing. We love to give the children small toys, pencils, crayons, coloring books and such. We have realized very quickly it is not about us. It starts with the children, so if anything; other than the basic needs if you could send things that could make the children smile we would be very grateful.
Our team is from all different states and bases. I am from FL others are from the following, OH, VA, TX, AL, GA, OK, PA, MI, TN, WA just to name a few. Huge college football fans on the team. One other item people talk about are camel backs [water containers worn on the back], with the summer heat arriving the camel backs take a beating on patrols and the glasses get beat up along with sand storms. I want to tell you all the Iraqi Army is making great headway in a very hard time. There is not a day that goes by that we do not see only the American soldiers sacrifice but the Iraqi sacrifice is very great as well. Keep us all in your prayers. Thank you for whatever you can do for us. God Bless.


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