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Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Eric D. Warren, Hospitalman, USN, KIA 26 May 2012, AFGHANISTAN


It is with a sad heart that I have to communicate that we lost a Doc in Afghanistan..
The Department of Defense announced today the death of a sailor who was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
Hospitalman Eric D. Warren, of Shawnee, Okla., died May 26 of wounds received in action due to an improvised explosive device blast in Sangin District, Helmand Province, Afghanistan.  He was assigned to 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 6, 1st Marine Division (Forward), I Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward), Camp Lejeune, N.C.
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21 Responses to “Eric D. Warren, Hospitalman, USN, KIA 26 May 2012, AFGHANISTAN”
  1. remember the fallen says:

    May God rest his soul, and his hand guide us to defeating the enemy. His ultimate sacrifice has given pride, strength and courage to many.

  2. mrdbj84 says:

    God bless your family and show them peace and strength in this time of loss.  God bless America.

  3. sherry says:

    we are praying for your family

  4. mark and Connie says:

    Dear Warren Family,
    May you be surrounded by the Love and Strength of Family and Friends.
    You are all in our Thoughts and Prayers.

  5. DramaSoul1 says:

    Please accept my prayers as you have embarked on this journey.  

  6. Jorge Mercury says:

    A hero in life and a hero in combat we will not forget 

  7. Dancali1999 says:

    May God cradle your heart in your time of need.

  8. Campfour4 says:

    May God shed his light on the Warren Family

  9. Doc Araujo (Mojo) says:

    I had the previledge of working with Eric. He was a fine young man. He was proud to be a corpsman. He will live thru the spirit of the legacy of the Docs that serve in the marine corps and the memories of those who love him as a co-worker a friend…a brother. Rest in peace my friend.

  10. Gstewart says:

    Keeping the Warren family close in my thoughts and prayers. I will be forever grateful for his service, especially the care he provided to my son and his fellow Marines while they were deployed to the Helmand Province in 2010.

  11. Tsutazo says:

    May our Lord Jesus send the Holy Spirit as He promised during this time of need. Your son is in the arms of Jesus, where he will know no more pain or suffering. Thank you for his service to our country… Semper Fi

  12. Mcveigh67 says:

    Fair winds and a following seas brother. Your watch is done, turn in your tourniquets and cravats, splints and syringes and take your place among the honored corps of caregivers that that minister and protect the greatest fighting force in the world. You were a DEVIL DOC, a select brotherhood that few can lay claim to, and now you are relieved. Stand down DOC and be at ease!

  13. Docwest8404 says:

    Warren, Take it easy bro. We’re gonna miss you around 2D Tracks. Unfortunately, I was the one to break the news to Coop. You are a Damned good Corpsman, only wish I had known you better as a man. Rest in Peace.

    HM2(FMF) Cody West
    2D AAV BN

  14. Rschmid1s says:

    I went to field med with him. We had some good times. I wish his family the best. Thank you for your service.


  15. Sara says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Warren family. As well as all the Corpsman and Marines that served with Doc Warren. Thank you Doc for your service, Thank you to the Warren family for supporting your Corpsman. My heart breaks for you. My love goes out to you.

  16. Doc Junglcat says:

    God Bless the family of HN Warren.  May you all find comfort during this time of heavy burden. 
    There will be Corpsmen and Marines waiting for you in heaven, Eric.  Thank you for your service for this great nation we continue to defend.  RIP

  17. HN Olivera says:

    May god rest his soul and bless his family.

  18. Kevin says:

    May his friends and family find comfort in memories of his life and service.

  19. HAGhost says:

    Peace be with you brother. Condolences to the Warren family.

  20. HN Dietrich says:

    Warren rip brother. I met warren two yrs ago he had just come back from afghan and I was still a boot and he kept talkin abou how much he loved it and his marines and how much he couldn’t wait to get back. He kept begging chief to send him to a deploying unit and bout 3 months later he got his wish. Crazy good guy funny as hell. My prayers go out to your family brother

  21. Brandon says:

    Thank You for your service and May you Rest In Peace. Your sacrafice will not be in vein. My condolences to all that knew this man.