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Thursday, December 12, 2019

HM3 Brian K. Lundy KIA AFGHANISTAN 09 SEPT 2011

HM2 Brian K. Lundy

It is with sincere regret I have to inform the Doc Community we have lost another brother in Afghanistan.

Truth be told, I knew about this for a few days and had word from a source in Afghanistan of his passing.  I did not want to post it though until I was sure of family notifications.

Corpsman.com has a tradition of putting out notifications like this and will keep doing so.

Washington, DC–(ENEWSPF)–September 11, 2011.  The Department of Defense announced today the death of a sailor who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.

Petty Officer Brian K. Lundy, 25, of Austin, Texas, died while conducting a dismounted patrol in Marjah, Helmand province, Afghanistan, on Sept. 9. Lundy was assigned as a hospital corpsman to 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 5, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, N.C.

Source: defense.gov

I looked on the Net for a picture of Petty Officer Lundy, but refuse to show the one the news organizations are putting out. (Unloading of his casket off the plane). Once I have one I will post it.  If anyone has one, please email me and I will change the photo.

 

Our hearts and prayers go out to HM3 Lundy’s family, shipmates, Marines, and friends.  Please leave messages below in the comments section, and remember family often visit and read these.

D/C

 

Comments

19 Responses to “HM3 Brian K. Lundy KIA AFGHANISTAN 09 SEPT 2011”
  1. Lee Romero83 says:

    What is your email address? I served with Hm3 Lundy at my last command.
    Hm3 Romero, Sergio lee

  2. Kamiskye says:

    I also have photo’s. We served together for a long time.  I also have his bootcamp graduation photo if you would like that. I just need contact info.
    HM2 Kameryn Hughes

  3. Kamiskye says:

    Here’s a photo of Lundy.  Handsome guy, I bet he’s just making a mess of hearts up in heaven!

  4. Sherry Sorbera says:

    I need a picture of HM3 Brian K. Lundy, in uniform is possible, for a quilt that I am making of all our Texas Fallen Heros since 9/11. The quilt will be displayed at the Bulverde/Spring Branch Library on this Veteran’s Day Nov. 11th.  email to Sherry at bsblsherry@yahoo.com  or post here and I can get it.  Thanks.

  5. Cbar4ranch says:

    My son, LCPL Hammock,Clinton is serving with 1st Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 5, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force in Afghanistan. He just contacted me that your son was with his unit and he sends his
    Deepest regrets at the lost of Doc Lundy, you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
    Semper Fi
    The Hammock Family

  6. Ny1st says:

    My deepest sympathies to HM3 Lundy’s familty and friends.

  7. Cindy Blankenship says:

    I have the honor of presenting HM3 Lundy’s mother with her Gold Star Service Flag.  My son-in-law is currently a UH-60 Medevac pilot in Afghanistan and has shared how incredibly courageous and brave the medics and corpsmen are.  They are truly, the unsung heroes. A corpsman saved my nephews life USMC Kevin DuBois, just 5 weeks ago, after he was hit by an IED and lost both legs.  Thank you, HM3 Lundy, for  making the supreme sacrifice in fulfilling your oath “To Aid the Wounded, In Their Moment of Need”.

  8. Sacriv says:

    Thanks, Doc.

  9. Keria says:

    R.I.P my crazy bestie, I sure will forever hold u in my heart, never will you be forgotten

  10. Sharla Soldiers Angels says:

    Here is a good picture of HM3 Brian K. Lundy 

  11. Sharla soldiers Angels says:

    Here you go Sherry

    Sharla

    Soldiers Angels

  12. Nanette Johnson says:

    R.I.P. HM3 Lundy.  May the Lord continue to uplift the family of our fallen hero! 

  13. Jeremy Hoyer says:

    I’m currently serving with Regimental Combat Team 5 as a corpsman and heard the news of our fallen brother the day it happened.  For those of you that know, we always here it first, from our brothers on the ground and in the fight.  Brian was a man of courage and discipline and was the fore front of what all corpsman, both you and old, emblish to be.  RIP brother.  I’m sure your fellow Marines are looking after you. 

  14. Jeremy Hoyer says:

    Forgot to include in my last post…HM3 Lundy was posthumously advanced to the pay grade of HM2/E-5. 

  15. Guest says:

    Jeremy:

    Do you know if Doc Lundy had his FMF pin?

  16. Brians Mom (Ramona Fowler) says:

    My Son My Hero my Angel, I just want all of you to know just how grateful I am for all you guys did while in Round Rock.  I’m still healing but growing stronger everyday.  I’m just so grateful that God choose me to be his Mom.  I know that he is in Heavan looking down on all of us and smiling.  I know my Son is an Angel I just know.

  17. Sarritta13 says:

    Wow.. I am in shock. My husband served with him in th Navy aboard the Ronald Reagan in San Diego.  He was a frequent visitor at my house :).  He was one of the nicest guys I had met and he was a good friend to my husband.  My husband lost touch with him after Lundy got transfered, but never forgot about him.  My prayers and thoughts are with him and his family. R.I.P Lundy

  18. Stephanie says:

    I always knew this day would come when I would find out that one of my brothers I served with has fallen. I met Lundy when we were both starting out in Corps School always had a smile and was such a flirt! Im heart broken to learn the news as I was just looking to catch up with old friends. Lundy may you rest in Peace and fly over us with your angel wings, may your family always feel your ever-lasting presence! You may be out of our sight but never our hearts!

  19. Brandon says:

    HM3 Brian K. Lundy I thank you for all that you have done for this country. May you rest peacfully and guide your fellow brothers in arms home. My deepest and upmost sincere condolences all that are saddened by this loss