- Operation Enduring Freedom
- Operation Freedom’s Sentinel
- Operation Inherent Resolve
- Operation Iraqi Freedom
- Operation New Dawn
- Operation Odyssey Lightning
- Operation Spartan Shield
- U.S. Africa Command Operations
- U.S. Central Command operations
- The People Behind The Sacrifice
Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Christopher G. Nason
Died November 23, 2003 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom
39, of Los Angeles; assigned to A Company, 306th Military Intelligence Battalion, Fort Huachuca, Ariz.; killed Nov. 23 in a vehicular accident between Mosul and Dihok, Iraq.
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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Christopher G. Nason was a superb leader who was an expert linguist and able to accomplish any mission given him, said his battalion commander, Lt. Col. Mark Costello.
Nason, a member of the 306th Military Intelligence Battalion, excelled in highly stressful environments, Costello said. The 39-year-old from Los Angeles was killed Nov. 23 when his vehicle was struck by a civilian tanker truck in northern Iraq. He was based at Fort Huachuca.
Nason was in charge of the unmanned aerial vehicle section of the New Systems Training and Integration Office. He is survived by a sister.