Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

Remembering the servicemembers who died in the service of their country.

Army 1st Lt. Jeremy L. Wolfe

27, of Menomonie, Wisconsin.
Wolfe died when two 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters crashed in Mosul, Iraq. He was assigned to the 4th Battalion, 101st Aviation Regiment, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Died on November 15, 2003.

Wolfe was posthumously promoted to 1st Lieutenant.

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"I still remember you Jeremy. You are a great Soldier. Thinking of you today."
Steve of Hinckley, Ohio

"Jeremy you still pop up in my mind every now and then. You’re energy stays here on earth still.. just amazing"
Bryan Uecker

"Jeremy, I think of you often. I remember the strength of your character and love of country as a ROTC Cadet at UH. I will never forget your sacrifice and your loss."
Andy Chando, LTC, USA (RET) of Washington, DC

"You have been gone a decade, but your memory and the pain of your loss is like standing there yesterday as the missing man Black Hawk formation flies over snowy Saint John’s cemetery."
MG William Frink of Pulaski, Tennessee

"Jeremy, I think of you often and remember flying and training with you like it was yesterday. I can't believe it's been 10 years. When I speak of you, it’s always a humbling and proud moment to convey who you were. You were one of my most motivated, capable and talented students. I only knew you for a short time but quickly developed a great respect for the soldier, aviator and man that you were, and still are in memory. You continue to motivate me to this day. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. Never forgotten.
Brandon E.
Blackhawk Instructor Pilot
Fort Rucker, AL 2003-2005"

"Had to pay my condolences once again. Gone but still not forgotten Jeremy. Miss you buddy"
Ueck of Manteca, CA

"i miss u jeremy u still are the best"

"Happy Birthday, Jeremy! August 16th"
Karen of Menomonie, WI

"It has been over 5 years since your passing and we still think about ya brother. You will not be forgotten."
Bryan Uecker of Manteca, CA

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"November 15, 2008
To the family of 1st Lt. Jeremy L. Wolfe:
Jeremy gave the ultimate sacrifice and will be held in the hearts of Americans forever. I cannot and will not let our fallen heroes be forgotten. My deepest sympathy to you. "Some gave all."
Peggy Childers
"Don't Let The Memory Of Them Drift Away"
Peggy Childers of Carson City, NV

"I was good friends with Jeremy Wolfe while stationed at Schofield Barracks.

I first met him on the trip back from the Pohakuloa Training Area on the big island. I saw him sitting across from me reading a SCUBA magazine. I was interested in learning, so I struck up a conversation. We both learned how to dive and spent many days traveling to the various dive spots around Oahu .

On a more personal and lasting note, I will be forever indebted to him for introducing me to a wonderful woman who is now my wife.

He was a good man and an even better friend."
Jason Clark of Honolulu, HI

""I wish I would have found this site earlier. But there isn't a day I don't think about Jeremy.. I didn't know him for that long, but there are just some people that stick with you forever. He was my teamleader and neighbor for some time, back in 'ol charlie rock. He was advancing so quickly, I wanted to catch up, I moved into the scout platoon (which he had just left), went to ranger school, came back and he was already in his last year of the green to gold program..I started orienting in that direction as well. He's a real leader. Last time I saw him was at his graduation from HPU. He was so stern and professional.. and then he smiled as I shook his hand.

I'm dedicating a book I'm writing to him. I've been dedicating a lot of my time to new business ventures.. he's been a motivating and inspirational force in a lot that I do..

I know that he was doing what he loved, and I wish his family and friends the best.

God Speed

2/35INF 25th INF "Take Arms""
Drew S Kosel of Campbell, California, USA

"I met Jeremy when we were both ROTC cadets, traveling abroad in England to train with ROTC cadets from the University of Cambridge. Jeremy was very young then, but looking back, I remember how I thought he was so much older than me. We only had a couple years between us, but he was already a Ranger, prior service, and carried himself like an adult. Jeremy bought me my first beer. We trained that summer and saw London, York, and Cambridge. I looked up to him; and I still do. When I learned of his death, I felt angry. He was filled with unlimited potential, spirit, and compassion. He was exactly the type of person that this county needs today. Each of us that knew him were made better by his example and our communities were made stronger by his selfless service. He is also a great guy to share a beer with and discuss what we can do to make our country a better place. I will let my anger go, though, because I know that is the way Jeremy would want it. I also know that God was generous enough to share Jeremy with us, and during that brief time, Jeremy accomplished more than most people would ever accomplish if given a hundred years. He was a great Soldier, Officer and friend. To all his family, loved ones, and friends, Jeremy lives on. To those of us still serving that were lucky enough to know him, he still guides us. He continues to serve this country through the lives of those he has impacted with his guidance, patience, and love. Jeremy: Thank you. Heaven is a better place."
CPT Steven P. Vargo of Fort Sill, Oklahoma

"I knew Jeremy when he was in 2/35. He worked in the S-2 shop for a time and I was the S-1. Without a doubt he was one of the brightest, toughest, and most dedicated soldiers of his generation. Almost four years after he left us, and nine years since I last saw him, I can remember sharing a meal with him at Pohakuloa Training Area like it was yesterday. He was that kind of guy. My deepest condolences to his family and friends."
Ian Meisner of Ayer, MA

"To the family of:Jeremy L. Wolfe I am so sorry for the loss of your love one. My heart cries out for you in your grief and you have my thoughts and prayers. He died a hero defending freedom. May you have the peace and understanding that only comes from God. Prayerfully we will all meet in Heaven one day where we will rest in the arms of Jesus. If you need prayer or need someone to talk to, please call or write my pastor: Rev. John Pearrell 11677 Brown Bridge Rd., Covington, GA 30016. (770)787-1015. Your friend in Jesus Christ, Polly Ballew Covington,Ga"

"It has been a long time brother. I still miss you and cry about not having your company. To Jeremy's family and friends, a part of him will always be with each of us. It's tough to try and not miss him, but I know he'd call me a wuss if he saw me crying so much:) We'll all link up one day on the wings of the wind. Until then, take it easy brother. See you there."
Kale of Waikane, HI/ Fort Bragg NC

"Christine, I have not talked to you or the other memebers of Jeremy's family. I was very sadden to learn of his death. I can remember sitting in the room in Hawaii and shutting the door to our room on a friday night and hooking our two computers up and playing video games all night and being such nerds.but he was such a great leader and P.T. stud I loved having him as one of my team leaders. we would have so much fun. I can remember taking the squad on hell ruck runs and we would just laugh when we would get to the turn around point and it was just him and I. I remember the first night I moved into the barracks when me and my wife seperated I was devestated and depressed and Jeremy was suppose to go out to dinner with you and instead he took me out to a movie and dinner. I could go on for days but there is no need because everyone that knew this man knows he was great. I will say to you Chris, I can not count how many times he would come back to the room just smileing ear to ear after dropping you off at home. I miss you and will allways remember you two and Hawaii"
PaulOurs@Cebridge.net of youngstown Ohio

"To the Family of 2LT Jeremy Wolfe:
We have constructed a memorial to the service men and women from Wisconsin and Illinois who have died in Iraq which includes, as of 6/20/05, 111 crosses and Stars of David. We would like your permission to put 2LT Wolfe's name on one of them. We have called our display "Arlington MidWest." It is our expression of mourning for the indescribable loss you have suffered for our country.

If you would like us to do this, please email martypres33@yahoo.com.

We invite you to come to visit Arlington MidWest. I can send you directions and some pictures by email.

"As long as we live, they too will live;
for they are now a part of us, as we remember them." Anonymous"
Marty Preston of Wisconsin Dells, WI

"To the family of Jeremy L. Wolfe:

The Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel Foundation will be honoring your loved one at the non-denominational Memorial Day Sunday worship service at 11:00 a.m. on 29 May. We will remember the casualties of the Global War on Terrorism from Minnesota … and the neighboring states of Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Outside of the historic Fort Snelling Veterans Memorial Chapel will be a “Memorial Garden” filled with white crosses bearing the names of the war dead … including your loved one.

I would like to extend to your family an invitation to honor us with your presence at worship as we pay tribute to the sacrifice made by your service member and family. Our pastor, U.S. Army Chaplain, LTC Kenneth L. Beale, Jr. will preach a message entitled “Remembering Our Freedom.” A former Soldier and country music songwriter and performer “Rockie” will pay a special musical tribute. At the conclusion of the worship hour, all of the congregation will be invited to silently pay their respects at the garden and place poppies at each of the crosses. An honor guard squad will be on hand to fire vollies as the US flag is lowered to half-staff and Taps is played.

As this Christian worship service has traditionally been well attended, we would be happy to reserve seating for you and yours. To do so, kindly call (612/970-7866) and leave a voice message indicating your veterans’ name and the number of persons attending. If you are not able to attend, we pray that you would find comfort in knowing that our prayers are with you and all of the fallen heroes.

Leila Campbell
Administrative Assistant
Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel Foundation
web site:www.fortsnellingmcf.org"

"In the Marine Corps we had a motto that fit Jeremy perfectly. Semper Fidelis (Latin for Always Faithful). Jeremy was a dedicated, focused and a loyal friend. Not a day goes by were I do not think about him. Going into my senior year of college I have to constantly tell myself to stay focused on school. Whenever I feel like I do not need to study for a test or feel like slacking off, I think of Jeremy and how focused he was towards goals and life. I have a picture of Jeremy standing proudly next to his Blackhawk helicopter as a background on my computer. This keeps me focused and determined to accomplish my goals in life. I will always remember a sticker Jeremy had in our dorm room at UW Stout in the spring of 1996. The sticker said Follow Me. Well Jeremy, I would Follow you anywhere.

(If I can be a help to anyone let me know. jeremiahboughton@yahoo.com)"
Jeremiah Boughton (JB) of Eden Prairie, MN

"Dear Christine & Wolfe Family,

I was so shocked to hear the news about Jeremy that I had to close my office door and sob. I just returned from Iraq not too long ago, and had not been informed. I simply cannot find the words to express what he meant to me, but I am sure that I do not have to. I know that virtually everyone who knew him is probably feeling the same. Most of all his family--to each of you I give my most heartfelt condolences. What can you say about a man like Jeremy? Words simply do not do his character justice. I first met him in Airborne school when we were both still in college, and I remember the devilish (and relieved) grin on his face when we finished our last jump and he proclaimed himself, finally, an "AIRBORNE" Ranger. And I recall all the times I went to visit him when he was in flight school at Ft. Rucker, and I was at the Infantry school at Fort Benning. There are just so many fond memories to recount, but just one would have been enough. He was a fantastic person, and Christine, I know he loved you more than anything else in his life. He told me so on countless occasions. Jeremy was a brother to me in the truest sense of the word, and I will miss him forever."
1LT Riley Coffey of Fort Hood, Texas

When we heard of Jeremy's death we were deeply saddened. Jeremy was a dynamic leader and friend who taught us alot about ourselves. We will never forget him."
2LT Vic Underwood and 2LT John Underwood of Kapolei, HI. USA

"Low Flight"

Dedicated to Jeremy L. Wolfe

Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth,

And Hovered out of Ground Effect on Semi-Ridgid Blades.

Earthward I've Auto'ed, and met the Rising Brush of Non-Paved Terrain;

And done a thousand things you would never care to.

Skidded and Dropped and Flared Low in the Heat Soaked Roar.

Confined there, I've chased the Earthbound Traffic

And Lost the race due to Insignificant Headwinds.

Forward and up a Little in Ground Effect,

I've Topped the Admirals hedge with drooping turns,

Where never SkyHawk nor even Tomcat Flew.

Shaking and Pulling Collective, I've Lumberd

The Low untresspassed Halls of Victor Airways;

Put out my Hand, and Touched a Tree.

Today Jeremy you Fly with Angels. Thank you for your Dedication and Sacrifice. "Godspeed 1st Lieutenant..."
Dennis B. Dray MAJ (R) ARNG of Tucson, AZ

"Lieutenant Wolfe, goodbye soldier and thank you. You are my hero."
Bill of Houston, Texas

"Hello, Well I was also Jeremys cousin, Unfortuanlty I never got to meet him but my paretns, Allyson and Gary got to meet him and said very ncie things about him. I want to say sorry to the Utpadel Family and the Wolfe Family losing someone is always hard."
Amanda Utpadel of Olympia, Washington

"Jer was a very loving Husband. He was my dearest friend and truest companion. Writing this brings a stream of tears to my eyes that I don't think will ever completely dry up. I'd like to thank all of you for sharing your thoughts and extending your love to myself, our family, and mainly to Jeremy for the ultimate sacrifice he has given to us, and our great country. Many of you who have served with Jer have touched down on what an outstanding leader he was. I definitely agree, with both of us being dual service I have also had the privilege to serve along side him. He not only filled the role of a husband to me, but he was many other things. He was my motivation, a dedicated trainer, and he inspired me to excel in the things that I loved to do, both in the Army and outside of it. Jer also had a very charming personality to go along with his adorable smile and those 2 big dimples that he often tried to hide. He had an odd sense of humor that was very entertaining, and you could not help but laugh with him when he got started up on something. I had some friends tell me that they thought we were an odd couple. They saw Jer as a professional, serious, detailed, and a straight forward kind of guy. They saw me as just plain goofy. It wasn't until they got to know him better that they realized he was just as goofy as I was, if not more! Jer had a love for life, collecting coins, movies, music, shooting, scuba diving, electronics, games, learning and anything you could do outdoors. He loved his family, and he loved his friends, but he had a passion for flying. In my heart, I know Jer has a new pair of solo wings now. I also know he is flying higher than he could have dreamed possible. (Honey, I love you, and I always will. Your memory will stay with me always, and I want to thank you for the 4 and 1/2 years of love and support that you have given me. You have made an impact in my life and the lives of many others. Your sacrifice will never be forgotten). "RENDEZVOUS WITH DESTINY""
Christine T. Wolfe of Clarksville, TN

""I would like to thank everyone for the wonderful messages about Jeremy. It is hard to write something like
this because you can't sum everything that Jer was in a small paragraph. Jeremy was always moving, making
his dreams come true. He was a wonderful person who would help anyone if he had the opportunity. There
is not a day that goes by that I do not think about him and wish he was here. Jeremy believed in me when I
didn't believe in myself and always gave me the confidence to achieve what I thought I could not. I miss our
daily talks and the fact that we could tell each other anything. We sure could fight when we were younger,
but I couldnt have asked for a better brother. I know that Jeremy met many people throughout his life, if any
of you have pictures of him, I would love for you to share them with me. sharla@chibardun.net We love you
and miss you Jeremy!""
Sharla Utpadel of Colfax, WI

Please KNOW so many people share your sadness, and we are remembering your family in your loss and your deep grief. Your HERO, Jeremy, will be remembered by name. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless you. Pat & Sandi Breckenridge from Montana "

"OUR special chosen words since day one of finding this site last year...have always been......REST IN PEACE BRAVE SOLDIERS/MARINES/WARRIORS We love you and MAY GOD BLESS you each. Your loved ones are in a beautiful place called Heaven now....When you look up to the sky at night and see the brightest star...it's your hero..shining down on you..The Taylors United States Marine Corps, North Carolina"

"Unfortunately, I did not know Jeremy Wolfe or get to meet him. But I am sure he had some of the wonderful traits of his Mother Jane, who has a special smile and humor, making him a special man indeed. My sympathies, thoughts and prayers are with Jeremy's family. May you find peace in knowing that Jeremy has passed on to a better place. Were I able I would like to say "Thank you" to Jeremy for his service and sacrifice. May you "Rest In Peace" Jeremy!"
Michelle van Vulpen of Colfax, WI USA

"My friend was a man who could have been studied as the example of what a Warrior should be. Jeremy was an individual of unquestionable priorities and an example, even in memory, of what we should all strive to be as soldiers. His absence in the ranks will not go unnoticed. All that we are most proud of is supported by men like Jeremy. Sentiment will never due justice to what Jeremy brought to the unit. The bonds he built in his life are the concrete in our teams foundation and that foundation will continue to be what we build the greatest of all things. His focus was clear and his actions were always the product of a Warrior's mind. Jeremy's name, face, words, and example are etched in a history that will give men the duty and honor neccessary to succeed in combat and in life. The task at hand will be more difficult without Jeremy, but we will drive on and will not let that which he believed fail. For us who continue towards the objective, Jeremy will cotninue to lead us. We will succeed in the memory of Jeremy. SEE YOU ON THE OBJ!
Carrying on as "Comancheros 16"
1LT Clinton Boyd Underwood"

I send sincere condolences and deepest sympathy to you and Jeremy's family. I only met him once briefly but he must have been the best because he was all you ever talked about at Advanced Camp and his name always made you smile. Remember the good times and know that your friends are here for you."
Your Advanced Camp Buddy, 1LT Leila Langston of FT. Bliss, TX

"To the family of CWO Scott Saboe, I myself never meet Scott but from what I read of him you can be proud. I had the opportunity to talk with a person who was on tour with Scott in Korea and he spoke very highly of Scott as a friend,soldier,and as a pilot. I know that Scott was doing what he loved and believed in,Flying Blackhawks and protecting this great country.,Man that is something to be proud of. I'am very proud to say he flew with my Son. I have a picture of Scott hanging proudly next to my son Jeremy. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of and pray for your family. May the love of God give you some peace in the days ahead. The family of 1LT Jeremy L. Wolfe"
David L Wolfe of Menomonie,Wisconsin

"To the family of Jeremy Wolfe~
Words cannot express our saddeness that your family as felt, other than to say we understand. Our family is also grieving for the loss of our hero, Jeremy's co-pilot CW2 Scott Saboe. We hope and pray for all the families, especially yours. May your hero not be forgotten. Remember the memories, they will help you get through this. God be with you and help you heal."
The family of CW2 Scott Saboe of South Dakota

"My husband and I became friends with Jeremy and Christine while stationed in Hawaii a few years ago. Our condolences and prayers go out to Jeremy's family, and to his wife, our good friend Christine in this difficult time. We will always remember the casual, fun-loving side of Jeremy out of uniform, and we will never forget the ultimate sacrifice he made for his country as a dedicated Soldier. Jeremy, you will be missed, and we are very proud to have been able to call you a friend."
Brenda & Matt Bevington of Albuquerque, NM

"Jeremy was my best man at my wedding. We met in ROTC in Hawaii. He and I had only known each other for a short time, but we had become fast friends in that short time. Jeremy embodies all that a soldier can aspire to be. I am honored to have known him. I will never forget the things that he taught me about being a soldier. I thank everyone for their kind words. Christine, I am sorry for your loss and will keep you in my daily prayers. To the other soldiers who might read this, Jeremy would want us to drive on, gut it out, and get the job done. We will not let him down. RLTW"
CIWB of Baghdad, Iraq

"I was privileged to serve with Jeremy and Christine while in Hawaii. Jeremy was a true example of professionalism and integrity. He led from the front in all aspects. I will always hold him in high regard and respect. "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends" John 15:13 My prayers are with Jeremy's family, and my dear friend Christine."
2LT Crystal Lauver of Clearfield, Pennsylvania

"To Jeremy's family, we think of you often and want you to know Jeremy will not be forgotten, only remembered as one of America's heros. May God bless you and give you peace."
Robert and Laura Holt of Greenville, KY

"I was privledged to know Jeremy while I was stationed in Hawaii a few years ago. He was a very determined person who always left me with the impression that there was nothing he could not do once he set his mind on it. I always respected him and his accomplishments, and I wish I had gotten to know him better. My wife and I were friends with he and Christine, and we have many happy memories of our time with them in Hawaii. To his family, my sincere condolences for your loss. To Christine, Monica and I want you to know that our prayers are with you, and we wish you all the best. Jeremy was a model soldier first and formost, and I consider it an honor to have known him. God bless and you and keep you, Jeremy. You will be missed."
Scott N. Williams of Abita Springs, La.

"I knew SPC (at the time) Wolfe just in passing when stationed with the Cacti in Hawaii. This is the second Cacti bretheren I know to see pass. To Jeremy and your family, May God Bless you. Another Ranger reporting for duty to God. You will be missed."
SGT Robert Anspach of PA

"I was in Jeremy's platoon in Hawaii. He was an excellent NCO and a good friend. He will be sorely missed. My condolences go out to his wife and the rest of his family."
SPC Christopher M. Restemayer of Moorhead, MN

"I would like to send my condolences to the family of 2LT Jeremy Wolfe. I am 2LT Thomas and I went to Advanced Camp with Jeremy in 2001 and he taught me so much. He was a Ranger and knew more than myself and the others in our platoon, but he wasn't afraid to share that information with us. He was a natural born leader. May God be with Jeremy and his family."
2LT Chris Thomas of Clarksville, TN USA

"Thank you Jeremy Wolfe, you will not be forgotten. Your bravery goes beyond words. I want to express my deepest gratitude for your sacrifice. To the family and friends, my prayers and deep condolences in your loss. May God strengthen you from knowing that fellow Americans and people around the world care about you and grieve with you in your loss. God bless you all. A very appreciative fellow American,"
Leo Titus of Grayslake, Illinios

"I did not know Jeremy Wolfe. I recently bought a People Magazine which pictured our fallen soldiers. As I looked at the pictures of the soldiers I was so deeply touched by their sacrifice and the answer to an ongoing dillema came to me, how to choose a middle name for my unborn son. I decided I would pick the name of one of these brave men. Everyone of them are special, I am sure of that, but something about Jeremy's name and face struck me. Not knowing a thing except that he paid the ultimate sacrifice for my children, for all of us, I chose him. I intend on saving the magazine for my son and the information off the internet about who Jeremy was, "An Officer and a Gentleman". To his family I want to say I am so terribly sorry for your loss, and that it is an honor to name my child for your beloved son. My son will be Tristan Wolfe King."
Romani King of Turners Station, Kentucky

"Jeremy was an amazing man. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers."
Anna B. of Seattle, WA

"To the family of Jeremy Wolfe, I would like to offer my deepest condolences. I was stationed with Jeremy in Schofield Barracks, HI. , and attended Ranger School with him. He was the only guy I knew that would shift the transmission in his white Honda Civic to neutral every time he was stopped at a red light. He had such a gentle side to him, that I still can't bring myself to believe that he's gone. And I didn't even know that he was a pilot. That was Jeremy, always a silent professional. I stare so hard at his picture in his flight uniform, just because I don't want to beleive it's him. But the face is unmistakeable, same old Jeremy. I regret having lost contact with him for so many years, only to find myself staring at a picture of him as part of an obituary........I'm so sorry. Rest in peace buddy."
Sgt. Miguel-Angel J. Gonzalez, Sr. of Fort Bragg, NC

"I did not know him personally, but I send my condolences to 2nd LT. Wolfe's family....especially to Christine, I hope you are doing well, and may God Bless you & your family during this time of sorrow...."
Melissa D. of Waipahu, HI

"I am Jeremy Wolfe's cousin. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers. I will attempt to get some information to you for Jeremy's sister who would appreciate the items that have been graciously offered."
Heather Bauer of Milwaukee, WI

"To the family and friends of 2nd Lt. Jeremy Wolfe:
May God's grace be with you during your time of grief. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and we feel your loss and share in your sorrow. Bless Jeremy for the sacrifice he has made to make a better life for the rest of us."
The Ford Family of Wells, Nevada

"To the family and friends of 2nd Lt. Jeremy Wolfe:
I am saddened by the loss of your loved one. He will always be remembered as a hero for fighting for freedom. I hope that this website will be a source of comfort and encouragement for you during this difficult time, and in the future as you recall the memories of Jeremy, who continues to live on in your heart."
Tim Rivera of Powder Springs, Georgia

Honor them by remembering... Freedom - is their gift to us But his soul goes marching on