|Birth: ||May 21, 1980|
|Death: ||Aug. 17, 2007, USA|
Sgt. Charles L. Osgood crew chief, from Phoenix, Arizona attended Jefferson County schools, graduating in 1998. After joining the Marines in 2001, he served as helicopter crew chief in Iraq. After high school he trained as an aviation mechanic and later moved to Phoenix to take a job working in the avaition industry. In early 2001 he joined the Marines and graduated from the MCRD San Diego. He was Stationed at Camp Pendelton with the air combat unit, HMLA-367 Scarface. As a Lance Coporal he went to Okinawa Japan and was designated as an aerial gunner. In March of 2004 he was deployed to Al Taqaddum, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. March of 2006 he was moved to MCAS Yuma SAR as a Sergeant. He was a crew member with Search and Rescue (SAR) attached to Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron at MCAS Yuma. Charles was an Iraq war veteran. He was a member of Coastline Baptist Church in Oceanside who always had a smile and always shook the pastor's hand on the way out. The Colorado native was "just a classic guy" who drove a 1960s Mustang, listened to country music and owned a hound dog. He was 27. Central Presbyterian Church at 1660 Sherman St.
Created by: Elizabeth Reed
Record added: Aug 20, 2007
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