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WE WILL NEVER FORGET.

GYSGT STEPHEN L. BRYSON. (2002)

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GYSGT STEPHEN L. BRYSON. (2002)
"Peabo" was the Flight Engineer for aircraft 160021 that crashed in the mountains on January 9th 2002 BRYSON, STEPHEN LAMON GYSGT US MARINE CORPS VETERAN SERVICE DATES: 06/18/1984 - 01/09/2002 DATE OF BIRTH: 01/08/1966 DATE OF DEATH: 01/09/2002 DATE OF INTERMENT: 03/12/2002 BURIED AT: SECTION 60 SITE 8015
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John Hall
9:30 PM on February 19, 2012 
Peebo hated flying around mountains, one time in Northere California the pilots got us too close to Mt. Shasta and Peebo said "If you don't watch out, one of those things will reach out and grab you"!
Alan Stinar
4:29 PM on December 5, 2010 
"He was the calmest in the eye of the storm," said Gunnery Sgt. Michael Grace, who served with Bryson in Pakistan and Afghanistan. "That's why he was a mentor to us all." - excerpt from the Los Angeles Times article http://articles.latimes.com/2002/jan/19/local/me-23701

"Peabo was a good friend to everyone who knew him. He never had an unkind word. I miss him."
SSgt H. Scott Marks USMC of Ft. Worth, Tx