Seth Stone, a U.S. Navy Seal who died on the 30th of September 2017 after his parachute failed to deploy thousands of feet in the air was remembered today.
It happened that Stone jumped from a hot air balloon, 4,000 feet [in the air], without a reserve, and his parachute “did not fully open.”
He was remembered on the 30th of September 2021 marking exactly one year of his death.
America’s Mighty Warriors was posted to Facebook on Thursday, September 30, 2021, to pay tribute to the past hero.
They wrote: “Remembering Commander Seth Stone who was tragically killed in a sky diving accident 4 years ago today. Seth was awarded the Silver Star twice. I have so many great memories, his big smile & hugs, his big heart, his love for God, and his love of music. Seth, you will never be forgotten!!!!! I can only imagine what you “boys” are up to in Heaven! Give Marc a big hug from me! I love you! MommaLee”
But they do…
Sept 17, 1976, to Sept 30, 2017.
Miss you bro.”
Navy SEAL Foundation
“Today we remember Commander (SEAL) Seth Stone who died on September 30, 2017 and pledge a Nation of Support to those left behind. Never Forgotten.
“#ANationofSupport #Teammates #NeverForgotten #NeverForget #HonorAndRemember”