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10 January 2007, 1500 hours Sather Air Base, Iraq Memorial Service. The EOD Memorial Dedicated to those who gave their lives in the performance of duty. “We Remember”. Technical Sergeant Timothy R. Weiner Senior Airman Elizabeth A. Loncki Senior Airman Daniel B. Miller. Order of Ceremony.

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Technical sergeant timothy r weiner senior airman elizabeth a loncki

10 January 2007, 1500 hours

Sather Air Base, Iraq

Memorial Service

The EOD Memorial

Dedicated to those who gave their lives in the performance of duty.

“We Remember”

Technical Sergeant Timothy R. Weiner

Senior Airman Elizabeth A. Loncki

Senior Airman Daniel B. Miller


Technical sergeant timothy r weiner senior airman elizabeth a loncki

Order of Ceremony

EOD Prayer

Prelude

*Arrival of Official Party

*Amazing Grace TSgt Matthew Kauffman

*Invocation Chaplain (Lt Col) Mike Lovett

Commander Tributes

447 AEG/CC Col Gregory Marston

447 ECES/CC Maj Brian Hartless

*Presentation of Bronze Star Medals

EOD Tributes

SrA Paul Willson

SrA Justin Bavery

SSgt Robert Whitehurst

SSgt Bradley Kline

MSgt Kieran Flynn

Capt Shane Frith

Final Roll Call SMSgt Rob Wenner

*Taps Bugler

* Please Rise

Lord of power and might,Whose mercy is everlasting,Guard and guide those whoMust place their lives in the balanceTo ensure the safety of those nearby.Look with favor upon those whoHave the powers and skill to disarmExplosive devices, render them safe,And remove from others the threat of harm.Bless those who have been set apartBy hazardous duty, give support toThose families and loved onesWho with high hope and prayerMust wait each tense call.Receive into eternal rest thoseWho have given their lives,And bring healing to those who mourn.Grant that in the National EODAssociation there may be unityOf spirit for the well being of all,And to Your glory with grateful heartFor the many blessings received.Loving God, Amen, and Thank You.


Technical sergeant timothy r weiner senior airman elizabeth a loncki

Technical Sergeant Timothy R. Weiner

27 May 1971 – 7 Jan 2007

Senior Airman Elizabeth A. Loncki

14 Oct 1983 – 7 Jan 2007

Whether it’s a bomblet from a past war or a terrorist’s improvised explosive device, unexploded ordnance pose grave risks to both military and civilian personnel. The job of eliminating these risks is handled by an elite group of specialists: Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians.

Tim became on EOD tech in 1990 and spent 16 years in the Air Force protecting people and aircraft while ensuring the mission was always accomplished.

He was a great story teller, who loved to talk about his car and how he once out-raced a Dodge Viper with his Audi TT. His favorite pastimes were driving in the mountains, taking pictures, traveling and being with his family.

Tim leaves behind his beautiful wife Debra and son Jonathan.

Liz entered EOD in 2003 and arrived at Hill AFB in Spring of 2004.

Liz was one of the brave ones that enlisted after 9/11 to do her part in the Global War on Terror. She joined up knowing that she would be going to Iraq, excited for the opportunity to blow things up and help rid the world of terrorists.

Liz was tough as nails and most people that didn't know her well were sometimes scared of her. But despite her gruff exterior Liz loved the small things in life: bowling with friends, playing on the EOD volleyball team and hosting wine parties in her apartment.

She leaves behind Jayson, the love of her life, her grandparents, family and EOD family and friends.


Technical sergeant timothy r weiner senior airman elizabeth a loncki

THE WREATH is symbolic of the achievements and laurels gained by minimizing accident potentials, through the ingenuity and devotion to duty of its members. It is in memory of the EOD personnel who have given their lives while performing EOD duties.

THE BOMB was copied from the design of the World War II Bomb Disposal Badge, the bomb represents the historic and major objective of the EOD attack, the unexploded bomb. The three fins represent the major areas of nuclear, conventional, and chemical/biological warfare.

THE LIGHTNING BOLTS symbolize the potential destructive power of the bomb and the courage and professionalism of EOD personnel in their endeavors to reduce hazards as well as to render explosive ordnance harmless.

THE SHIELD represents the EOD mission which is to protect personnel and property in the immediate area from an inadvertent detonation of hazardous ordnance.

Senior Airman Daniel B. Miller

14 Jul 1982 – 7 Jan 2007

Dan entered EOD in 2004 and arrived at Hill AFB in the Summer of 2005.

Dan was also one of the courageous few that enlisted to help fight the War on Terrorism. He was an extremely hard worker and wanted to do the "real" EOD work by deploying. Dan displayed rare character, always volunteering for the toughest jobs and never shying away from a challenge. He was a great friend and someone you could always count on.

Dan loved the outdoors and he loved to fish and camp. He was happiest just hanging out with his friends.

He leaves behind a loving family.


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