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Not a day goes by that I don't see something, smell something, hear something that reminds me of you. I miss you so very much. I love you. Mom
"Don't be dismayed at goodbyes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again. And meeting again, after moments or lifetimes, is certain for those who are loved." -Richard Bach -
He was an outstanding Airmen, outstanding son and friend of his community
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Tech.Sgt Adam Ginett US Air Force
Hometown: Knightdale, North Carolina
Adam Ginett was a 1999 East Wake High School graduate. Though he had planned for a career in the military since he was in high school, he had other interests, too. He interned for four summers during high school with cartoonists at Walt Disney World in Florida, and he worked in a pottery studio. He just had a big interest in art.
Adam Ginett opted for explosive ordnance duty after he graduated from boot camp.
Christina Kazakavage Goldstarmom- My sons name is TSgt Adam Ginett, USAF-EOD, KIA 1-19-10, Afghanistan. Adam is buried at Raleigh Memorial Gardens Veteran section. Adam was just shy of his 30th birthday. He served 13 years in the Air Force and was on his 5th tour in Afghanistan when he was KIA. He did 3 tours in Iraq and 2 in Afghanistan. He did 1 year of JPAC in Korea the year before his last deployment. Adam loved what he was doing and had achieved the Masterblaster skill level. Adam had also earned a Bronze Star on his 1st deployment to Afghanistan. During Adams career he earned two Bachelors degrees and a Masters degree. We speak of him everyday and honor him always.
Air Force Tech. Sgt. Adam K. Ginett 29, Serving During Operation Enduring Freedom assigned to the 31st Civil Engineer Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy; died Jan. 19, 2010 near Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered from an improvised explosive device.
Let the memory of Adam Ginett be with us forever.....
Adam was a dedicated soldier and a team player