Honoring Our Fallen Heroes from the Chattanooga Shooting

Honoring Our Fallen Heroes from the Chattanooga Shooting

July 30, 2015

Honoring Our Fallen Heroes from the Chattanooga Shooting

We honor our fallen service members from the Chattanooga shooting in this week's Heroes in Action military videos. Our hearts go out to the friends and military families of the five fallen heroes.

We wanted to step away from our weekly military videos, ones which often include clips of members of our five armed service branches in a variety of training videos, to honor the four U.S. Marines and Navy sailor who were killed by a gunman in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Each week, we say "thank you" to our military service members for their service and sacrifice. This week is no different. Thank you for protecting our freedom and thank you for keeping America safe and secure.

Below, you will find clips (official video, news videos and personally shot videos) in memory of each of the fallen service members.


U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Skip Wells

This military video, shot with a drone, which we shared on our Facebook page shows the funeral procession for Lance Cpl. Skip Wells and shows crowds lined up to show their support and condolences for the fallen Hero.



U.S. Marine Corps Staff Sgt. David Allen Wyatt Funeral Procession

USMC Staff Sgt. David Allen Wyatt was laid to rest Friday July 24, 2015. The funeral procession for this fallen hero made its way from Hixson United Methodist Church to Chattanooga National Cemetery.



U.S. Navy Logistics Specialist 2nd Class Randall Smith

Pallbearers carry the casket of Logistics Specialist 2nd Class Randall Smith at Chattanooga National Cemetery. Then an honor guard folds the American flag during an interment ceremony before it is presented to his widow.



U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Sullivan

This local news story reflects on the life of Gunnery Sgt. Thomas Sullivan and shares images from his memorial where he was remembered by the Roman Catholic Bishop of Springfield as "exemplary" and "a leader and a man of true courage."



U.S. Marine Sgt. Carson Holmquist

Patriot Guard Riders stood watch outside Grantsburg High School as more than a thousand mourners honor a fallen marine and hometown hero.



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