Comments: Pvt. Dwayne Turner

Wow, touching story - bravery comes in all shapes and sizes.

Posted by Nik at March 25, 2004 10:16 AM

This is Dwayne lil bro, and i want to tell him that i love him and im so proud of u. love u Tony

Posted by David Turner at June 10, 2004 04:00 PM

David, be sure and let your brother know that his deeds have inspired people around the world, and I hope you have a chance to tell him that in person soon.

The troops have done an incredible job in Iraq, and words like "a grateful nation" doesn't even begin to describe our debt to them.

Posted by Debbye at June 11, 2004 07:43 AM

I am very proud of my son, however he started fighting a new war. My son was diagnosed with PTSD and was not given any of his military benefits when discharged. Doc is now fighting for his benefits. Please were recruiting please join the fight. Keep all the troops in your prays.

Please don't hesitate to call me for any support or if you are going through the same thing.
(317)574-1853

Posted by Barbara Turner (Dwaynes mother) at July 22, 2004 08:10 PM

Tony, I like to brag and tell people that you are a soldier beacuse I came home from boot camp in my dress blues after Marine Corp boot camp. That is my fantasy. You are the real deal. You are truly my hero. Many years after the military is behind you, you will come to realize that ultimately are the captain of your own fate and master of your soul. When the Army becomes a distant memory, much in the same way as the Marines have become for me, make sure you can garner the strength and the positiveness out of your experience. The Army was a start. Now you can go out there and grab the bull by the balls. I'll be there when you get that PHd.

Much Love, Much Respect,
Your Uncle Jody

Posted by Joseph Smith at January 12, 2005 10:25 AM

Tony, I like to brag and tell people that you are a soldier beacuse I came home from boot camp in my dress blues after Marine Corp boot camp. That is my fantasy. You are the real deal. You are truly my hero. Many years after the military is behind you, you will come to realize that ultimately you are the captain of your own fate and master of your soul. When the Army becomes a distant memory, much in the same way as the Marines have become for me, make sure you can garner the strength and the positiveness out of your experience. The Army was a start. Now you can go out there and grab the bull by the balls. I'll be there when you get that PHd.

Much Love, Much Respect,
Your Uncle Jody

Posted by Joseph Smith at January 12, 2005 10:42 AM