21 years old from Kenai, Alaska
425th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 4th Airborne Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division
December 31, 2006
Alan R. Blohm enlisted in the Army in 2004 because "He wanted to serve the country," his brother Jeremy said. "His grandfather had been in the Army, and it's just something he wanted to do."
Blohm graduated in 2004 from Bay City Western High School, where he was a 250-pound defensive player for the football team. Blohm's size prompted coach Jim Eurick to nickname him "Biggins Blohm," his brother recalled. "I know he paid the ultimate sacrifice with his life," Mark Boileau, Blohm's former school Principal, said. "We know Alan will be in a better place because of the sacrifice he made, because of his love for our country."
PFC. Blohm died of wounds suffered when an IED detonated near his unit while on combat patrol in Baghdad Besides his brother, he leaves behind his parents and a younger sister.
Information Was Found On And Copied From MilitaryCity.com & The Iraq Page
These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived
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Hi Brat, it's Mike from Shoppers D.M.
Just wanted to say "right on" re your excellent blog. I'm with you 100%, and 100% against Obama and his crypto-Communist agenda. In a world of gathering storms, now is not the time to show weakness abroad, or to seek to suppress those who are prepared to fight, whether with their resources, their wits, or ultimately, their lives. Long live the fighting champions of Democracy - the U.S. of A. and its fighting allies.
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