billy busi (Unregistered Guest)
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|Posted on Monday, August 15, 2011 - 08:48 pm: ||
I met Brian at a Wounded Warrior fundraising event in Suffolk Virginia on aug 14 2011 and was lucky to jump with him on his 28th and 29th skydive good times ya
dladams (Unregistered Guest)
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|Posted on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 - 10:31 pm: ||
This message is for Brian Doyne. In a rather hopeless hour, I read your story and found inspiration and hope again. I remember you . . . A long time ago, you were there for me when I was at NGCSU. Hope to hear from you Brian Doyne. NGCSU Class of '99
steven metzler (Unregistered Guest)
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|Posted on Thursday, October 09, 2008 - 02:38 pm: ||
I met Brian while attending a class in advanced IED electronics he was teaching. (after his injury) I had 29 years EOD experience at the time. Brian's attitude toward life, his brother EOD techs and his great love of country brought me to tears then, and now when I think of him. He is more man that I could ever hope to be. I have never met a more positive, upbeat and optomistic man in my life. He is a role model for any one of our sons, I am am humbled to call him friend.
Bob Heckman (Unregistered Guest)
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|Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2008 - 11:52 am: ||
I hope this message reaches Sgt Brian Doyne. I am a retired FBI Bomb Technician and a former Army EOD tecnician (Viet Nam era). I happened across this site and the information concerning Brian and his father. I want to extend my personal thanks to Brian and his brother Sean for their willingness to serve their country. I would like to hear back from Brian, Sean or their father. Please contact me at my email address.
|Posted on Thursday, March 02, 2006 - 08:36 pm: ||
I was the Company Commander of the unit that 797th replaced (731st). I remember that day that you were injured and I have wondered how you are doing. I hope you are doing well.
William Dain Coil
|Posted on Thursday, August 11, 2005 - 04:51 pm: ||
I recently learned of the sacrifice you rendered in our countries' service. You are in my prayers and I hope all is well. You are a good man and I hope to one day meet up with you. It has been a while, but I still consider you a friend. If there is anything I can do please let me know.
CPT Micheal L. Brooks
|Posted on Thursday, July 21, 2005 - 10:35 pm: ||
Brian and Family,
I recently learned of the situation. My thoughts and prayers got out to you. I just spent a year in Iraq with 1st Cav in the wonderful city of Sadir. I knew Brian shortly, but, his brother Sean is a fraternity brother of mine from NGC and someone who I looked up too as a young cadet. May Brian's injuries heal soon and the scars go away. God Bless.
|Posted on Friday, June 17, 2005 - 08:31 pm: ||
I met Brian in Arlington Cemetary. There is a picture of he and I if you would like to see it
I also talk with him through email.
A "Soldiers Angel"
|Posted on Tuesday, May 31, 2005 - 12:58 pm: ||
I saw Brian's picture in the paper today while he was at a Memorial Day tribute. He so moved me that I had to search the internet to find out more about this brave soldier and who he was.
I just want to thank you Brian for your service to our country. I am so proud of you. The nation is proud of you. I am also very sorry to hear that you lost your friend that day. God speed to you in your recovery. Thank you. Each night I pray for the safety of the men and women, You will be in my prayers to recover quickly and to be home with your family soon.
Army Sgt. Brian Doyne, left, who was wounded in Iraq, World War II veteran Richard Udoff and others at Arlington.
Photo Credit: By Rich Lipski -- The Washington Post, 31 May 05
Gary G. Wile
|Posted on Monday, March 28, 2005 - 11:24 am: ||
I am so sorry to hear about your son Brian. I am praying for him and your family. I think it is a noble cause that our troops have taken up in Iraq, even though much of the world doesn't agree. I hate seeing our troops getting hurt and dying, I wish we could get through the process much sooner than we have been able to do.
What can I do to help you and Brian?
|Posted on Saturday, March 26, 2005 - 09:37 pm: ||
i am 12 years old and i wrote to Brian Doyne as a school project. I recieved a letter from his mother today and i would like to send her and him a reply back. Does anyone know of their address where I could reach him.
I would like to know how he is doing
|Posted on Thursday, March 10, 2005 - 02:23 pm: ||
Wishing you a speedy recovery. We are keeping you in our prayers and I will add to to our prayer list at church as well. Melissa Barclay (my cousin) e-mailed me about you so I will be sending some stuff with her as she comes out next week to see you. Please keep us updated if there is anything we can do. God bless you and your family.
|Posted on Friday, February 25, 2005 - 12:59 pm: ||
Bill Doyne is a US Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory (USACIL) Latent Print Examiner who has two sons serving in the US Army in Iraq.
SGT Brian Doyne, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technician, was seriously injured by an explosion Thursday morning (24 Feb 05). The explosion was the result of a secondary device targeting EOD personnel and it killed Brian's partner. SGT Brian Doyne is being medevac'd to Bethesda Naval Hospital this weekend.
Bill's other son is CPT Sean Doyne, stationed with the 503d MP Bn in Iraq. Bill Doyne was deployed to Iraq for several months last year on a mission involving latent print examination. Bill is a retired Infantry Colonel and one of USACIL's finest professionals.
Please join the Army Crime Lab and other Latent Print Examiners in remembering Brian Doyne and his family in your prayers.