A Letter from a U.S. Marshall

Here is a letter from a U.S. Marshall: Thank you Jeremy for YOUR Service. “Ever since I was a young boy I had wanted to be a member of the elite U.S. Navy SeALs. To this day, at the age of 37, I still have hero worship when I am around those guys. I enlisted in the Navy in 1994 and suffered an asthma attack (which I lied about to enlist) during a swim qualification. I was crushed to know that my dream would never come true so I pursued the closest civilian route that I could take: law enforcement. I was a member of a SWAT unit for over 5 years and eventually became what I believe to be the best of the best, a Deputy United States Marshal. During my career as a law enforcement officer I have had the pleasure and what I consider, an honor to train with some of Adam’s comrades. I grew up having recruitment posters of SeALs on my wall rather than sports figures and I now teach my children that these elite men are real heros and not some guy who can score 30 points in a basketball game. I am currently asssigned to Little Rock, Arkansas and intend to visit the Hwy 70 bridge where Adam made his famous leap and also place a flag at his headstone. God bless you all and thank you for sharing Adam’s story with the rest of the world.
Deputy Jeremy Hammons
United States Marshals Service
Eastern District of Arkansas

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