The Dedication

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Our friend and noble Leader Susan Price tragically lost her son Aaron back in 2009. He was a beautiful spirit who put his heart and soul into protecting our freedom. He is missed. We are dedicating every step of our journey into OUR White House and beyond to Aaron M Kenefick and all the rest of our Heroes who have gone before us. They may be gone from among us; but not one shall ever be forgotten. Pray for all of our Soldiers and their Families as they continue to live for their Fathers, Mothers, Sons, Daughters, Husbands or Wives; who have so proudly served Our United States of America.

Through all of our Military Heroes’ sacrifices and loyalty that they all have stood for; let us honor them by holding on to what they all have fought for. Our Homeland with all of the Freedoms we all share.

You can READ MORE ABOUT AARON AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE. A true American Hero! We are dedicating this entire Presidential Campaign to all of our Soldiers in every Branch of Service. Those we have lost and those who have stayed. We will not stop making our Way into OUR WHITE HOUSE, OUR OVAL OFFICE; until the job of re-establishing OUR CONSTITUTION, and Governing ourselves is completed.

Aaron M. Kenefick
Date of birth: February 5, 1979
Date of death: September 8, 2009
Place of Birth: New York, Williamsville
Home of record: Roswell Georgia
Status: KIA

AWARDS AND CITATIONS
Bronze Star

Awarded for actions during the Global War on Terror

The President of the United States of America takes pride in presenting the Bronze Star Medal with Combat “V” (Posthumously) to Gunnery Sergeant Aaron M. Kenefick, United States Marine Corps, for heroic achievement in connection with combat operations against the enemy while serving as an Staff Noncommissioned Officer Advisor-Mentor, 1st Kandak, 2d Brigade, 201st Corps, Afghan National Army, Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, on 8 September 2009. Gunnery Sergeant Kenefick was a member of a combined Marine and Afghan patrol that led the way into Ganjgal village to visit with village elders. As the patrol entered the village it was ambushed. Gunnery Sergeant Kenefick took cover near a retaining wall and returned fire. When the team leader directed his Marines and the Afghan soldiers to attack and seize the house from which they were receiving fire, Gunnery Sergeant Kenefick boldly led the Afghan soldiers forward under fire and cleared the house. The enemy then attempted to encircle the team’s position while subjecting the team to a hail of machine gun and rocket fire. Despite being pinned down, Gunnery Sergeant Kenefick returned fire and called in supporting artillery and mortar fire before falling mortally wounded. Gunnery Sergeant Kenefick fought with bravery and determination while demonstrating unwavering courage in the face of the enemy. By his zealous initiative, courageous actions and exceptional dedication to duty, Gunnery Sergeant Kenefick reflected great credit upon himself and the Marine Corps and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. (Gunnery Sergeant Kenefick is authorized the Combat “V”.)
Action Date: September 8, 2009

Service: Marine Corps

Rank: Gunnery Sergeant

Company: Embedded Training Team 2-8

 

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