Fallen soldiers of the DC region fall victim to treasonous activities
by Donna L. Quesinberry
Lance Corporeal Terry E. Honeycutt, Jr. (LCPL Terry E. Honeycutt) of Waldorf, Maryland died 27 October 2010 from combat wounds while serving our nation (United States of America) in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. He was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. LCPL Honeycutt was wounded 20 October 2010 when he was out on patrol in Afghanistan and was involved in a blast. He lost both of his legs in the explosion and was immediately flown to Germany where he later passed away. Since the 20th of October until this week when LCPL Honeycutt was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetary his family has had to fight for this fallen soldier’s rights.
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About the Author: Ms. Quesinberry is President of dp (DonnaInk Publications), a small, woman-owned business. dp extends two divisions a) dpbn (dp Book Nook), and 2) dpfc (dp Federal Contracts). With over 18 years of professional expertise, dp features high 90th percentile performance measures and 80% plus client win ratio. Donna serves as VP (Vice President) of Business Development on retainer for select clientele. She delivers procurement and acquisition SME (subject matter expert) trusted source skill sets with excellent references. As an EAC (Executive Advisory Council) participant, Ms. Quesinberry delivers managed content and industry expertise. She also interviews both live | telecast and performs SAG voice-overs for some merchandising.
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