Brewer, Adam, SPC

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Last Rank
Specialist
Last Service Branch
Cavalry
Last Primary MOS
19D20-Cavalry Scout
Last MOS Group
Armor (Enlisted)
Primary Unit
2004-2005, 1st Cavalry Division/HHC
Service Years
2001 - 2005

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Home State
Oklahoma
Oklahoma
Year of Birth
1982
 
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Casualty Info
Home Town
DEWEY
Last Address
Not Specified

Casualty Date
Feb 25, 2005
 
Cause
Hostile, Died
Reason
IED-Improvised Explosive Device
Location
Iraq
Conflict
Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF)
Location of Interment
Memorial Park Cemetery - Ada, Oklahoma
Wall/Plot Coordinates
Not Specified

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 Unit Assignments
2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry (Airmobile) 1st Cavalry Division
  2004-2005, 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry (Airmobile) /D Company
  2004-2005, 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry (Airmobile)
  2004-2005, 1st Cavalry Division/HHC
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  2005-2005 OIF/Iraqi Governance (2004-05)
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Last Known Activity
Spc. Adam Brewer of Dewey, Oklahoma was serving a second tour of duty in Iraq and was scheduled to be back in Oklahoma in the middle of March. He graduated from Bartlesville High School in 2000 and had hoped to become a police officer. He was proud to serve his country, proud when Baghdad fell and proud when victory was declared. He was a boy who left to join the Army, and the Army made him a man. The soldier's legacy will be that "not only did he defend our country but he defended the values of freedom that we hold so dear. Besides his wife, Molly, of Bartlesville, Brewer is survived by his mother, Karen Brewer of Tulsa; his father, Jeffrey and stepmother, Debi, of Bartlesville; and a sister, Jennifer Sullivan of Tulsa.

Spc. Adam Noel Brewer
Spc. Adam Brewer of Dewey, Oklahoma was serving a second tour of duty in Iraq and was scheduled to be back in Oklahoma in the middle of March. He graduated from Bartlesville High School in 2000 and had hoped to become a police officer. He was proud to serve his country, proud when Baghdad fell and proud when victory was declared. He was a boy who left to join the Army, and the Army made him a man. The soldier's legacy will be that "not only did he defend our country but he defended the values of freedom that we hold so dear. Besides his wife, Molly, of Bartlesville, Brewer is survived by his mother, Karen Brewer of Tulsa; his father, Jeffrey and stepmother, Debi, of Bartlesville; and a sister, Jennifer Sullivan of Tulsa.

Oklahoma soldier killed in Iraq laid to rest
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. An Oklahoma soldier killed in Iraq made life better for the people there, his family and friends were told.  Army Spc. Adam Noel Brewer, 22, "was proud to serve his country, proud when Baghdad fell and proud when victory was declared," said the Rev. Rod MacIlvaine, who presided over Brewer's funeral at Grace Community Church on Monday.  Brewer was killed Feb. 25 near Taji, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated while he was on patrol. Brewer, who was based at Fort Hood, Texas, was serving a second tour in Iraq and was scheduled to return home this month.  "You looked forward to his return, and you were shocked when you heard the news of his death," MacIlvaine told about 350 in attendance. "I know his passing has been hard. But for the rest of your life, whenever you see his picture or mention his name, you can be proud.  "He was proud for what he did."  Brewer was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment. He joined the Army after graduating from Bartlesville High School in 2001 and was married in December of that year, MacIlvaine said.  "He was a boy who left to join the Army, and the Army made him a man," MacIlvaine said.  After being stationed in Germany, Brewer "was part of the original invasion that began in March 2003 in Iraq," the pastor said.  John Brewer, an uncle, said Adam was a hyper kid, just like his father, Jeffrey Brewer  "My heart just aches for Karen and Jeff," John Brewer said. "It just doesn't seem right that Adam had to leave so soon."Besides his wife, Molly, of Bartlesville, Brewer is survived by his mother, Karen Brewer of Tulsa; his father, Jeffrey and stepmother, Debi, of Bartlesville; and a sister, Jennifer Sullivan of Tulsa.his father, Jeffrey and stepmother, Debi, of Bartlesville; and a sister, Jennifer Sullivan of Tulsa.  The soldier's legacy, MacIlvaine said, will be that "not only did he defend our country but he defended the values of freedom that we hold so dear."It is soldiers like Adam who have made life so much better for those who have been liberated."
 
   
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D COMPANY, 2D BATTALION, 7TH CAVALRY, 4TH BRIGADE, 1ST CALVARY DIVISION, FORT HOOD, TX LOCATION:TAJI, IRAQ
   
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