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13 in Fallujah, Iraq while clearing insurgent occupied buildings. It is sad when a father must write his own son’s obituary. My son, like others falling in that conflict, was a hero who believed in his mission, his unit, and his men.He also believed leaders should be in the front, leading, not following. He was well liked and respected by his superiors and the men in his company, who sensed his concern for their well being.

We cannot tolerate nations that hide behind borders and provide support to enemies who are intent on our destruction.He was leading his company in action against a band of insurgents occupying buildings in Fallujah. He was a member of the Corps of Cadets, the Ross Volunteers, Ranger Challenge and commander of Company L-2.He graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and received a distinguished military graduate commission into the United States Army as an Infantry officer.Having served in Vietnam, twice, having a father who spent 36 years as a soldier through two wars, and a brother who served in Vietnam twice and is now 100% disabled from his injuries there, I am encouraged by the awareness of our countrymen for the sacrifices of our children.

I am thankful for the realization by our citizenry that freedom is not free.

He then joined Company A, 2nd Battalion, 2nd Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 1st Infantry Division for deployment to Iraq in February of 2004. Captain Sims Funeral will be held in College Station, Texas at St. Mail checks to Texas A&M Foundation, 401 George Bush Dr., College Station, TX 77840.