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Staff Sgt. Richard L. Vazquez, 28, a Seguin High School graduate and Special Forces soldier, died Wednesday Nov. 14, 2013 of injuries from an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan, according to the Seguin Gazette-Enterprise. graduated in 2004 from Seguin High and was a resident of Louisiana at the time of his death, according to the paper. He served on the 3rd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group, colloquially known as the Green Berets.


When Daddy was a little boy, just like you, he used to play outside a lot, running around with his friends. His favorite game was playing soldiers

He used to dress up in his granddad’s old army clothes and have a toy gun, make dens and pretend he was in the Army.

When Daddy left school, all he wanted to do was join the Army, so he went to the recruiting office in town and met a real soldier, who told him all about the Army and what soldiers do.

Daddy was very excited and asked the Army sergeant if he could join. The sergeant said there were some tests he had to pass, so they could be sure he was fit enough to join. Daddy sat at a computer and started the test.

If Daddy had worked harder at school, he would not have had to worry about the test, but he used to mess about in class.


Afghanistan is a beautiful pals to stay bat dangers too.