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Staff Sgt. Daniel N. Fannin

Born: April 9, 1983 in Rowan County, Kentucky
Died: April 27, 2013 in Kandahar, Afghanistan

Staff Sgt. Daniel N. Fannin of Morehead, Kentucky died at age 30 near Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, in the crash of an MC-12 aircraft. The cause of the crash is under investigation, however initial reporting indicates there was no enemy activity in the area at the time of the crash. He was assigned to the 552nd Operations Support Squadron, Tinker Air Force Base, Okla. Fannin was a sensory operator assigned to the 552nd Operations Support Squadron at Tinker. He joined the Air Force in 2001 after graduating from high school in Morehead. During his 11 years of service, he has served as an E-3 air surveillance technician as well as a MC-12 sensor operator. He had three previous deployed tours as an E-3 AWACS Air Surveillance Technician and MC-12 Sensor Operator. He was qualified as an instructor air surveillance technician, and also served with distinction in the 960th Airborne Air Control Squadron at Tinker. Ft Gibson National

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  1. Cristina
    April 29th, 2013 at 23:46 | #1

    Though I didn’t have the pleasure of knowing this Staff Sgt., a friend from my H.S. Alumni served with him. And as such, as well as a Military Girlfriend, and just a all around Proud American, I thought it necessary to honor and remember Staff Sgt. Fannin for his service to this country. He DID give all, and should NEVER just be a number on a roll call of casualties, just as the other troops who have gone on before and after him. These are America’s Hero’s, no one else. May God bless and keep the family, as it is the worse call, or car to see pull up that fateful day. I can’t imagine your pain. May his spirit live on in your hearts forever, and may he never be forgotten. All the prayers and love to you and all those lost within this tragedy and the others that we don’t know.

  2. Heather Oswald
    December 11th, 2014 at 15:54 | #2

    Rest in peace, SSgt. Fannin. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

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