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In Tribute to Maj. Steve Long
39 years old.   Residence: Georgia
Died in Pentagon

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God Bless you Stephen V. Long

*** Posted by Cindy Capistran on 2011-11-20 ***

I first met Steve Long when he was a Captain, and I was a Second Lieutenant in my officer basic course at Fort Lee, Virginia. He gave an introductory brief on how we newly commissioned officers could "manage" our own military careers. I got in touch with him a year later, while I was stationed in Korea, on my next assignment back in the U.S.A. As a young 23-year-old officer, trying to balance the Army with a fiance who was also in the Army, I kept changing my mind. Over the course of a year and half, I asked Steve to amend my assignment THREE TIMES and he did! Branch managers like Steve get no credit for the unglamorous HR work they do, but for me it was a sterling introduction of what "taking care of Soldiers" meant. It was an example by DOING, not just TALKING about it. Years later, when I read his name in the Pentagon losses, I was so saddened to hear that the Army had lost such a great officer.
I say a prayer for him on every September 11th.


*** Posted by Melissa on 2009-09-11 ***

With deep sadness we are remembering you on this fifth anniversary of your death. Your sparkle, wit, and deep concern for your troops remains with us. God Bless you Tina. Your courage is an inspiration to us all.

*** Posted by Monika Capel on 2006-09-11 ***

I am so incredibly proud to be able to pay tribute to Maj. Steve Long on my blog as part of the 2996 tribute. It gives me great pleasure to honor him. He died serving his country and protecting me from the bad guys. There are not words to convey how precious that is. Thank you, Steve.


*** Posted by Gina Burgess on 2006-09-09 ***

Rest easy, my brother. Jesus has you in his arms now. You will be missed. We had a great time working side by side at PERSCOM CSSD 1998-1999. God bless.


*** Posted by Col. (R) Sammie Haskin on 2006-07-20 ***

As the september 11th 2004 date is a week away. I find I am no closer to dealing with living without my wonderful brother in my life. I love you and miss you. your sister Nancy

*** Posted by Nancy Burcham on 2004-09-06 ***

Iam realy sorry about what happend. I am from Puerto Pico And I didnot know the importance of the twin tower and the pentagons people or work until that day. me as a person would prefer to never know. so this trgedy would never had happed. God blees you and every person and family that were involve.

*** Posted by keila Diaz on 2004-09-05 ***

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