Army Spc. Christopher T. Fox
Died September 29, 2008 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom
21, of Memphis, Tenn.; assigned to the 1st Battalion, 68th armor Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort
Carson, Colo.; died Sept. 29 in Baghdad, Iraq, of wounds sustained when he encountered small-arms fire while on patrol.
Spc. ‘loved the people he worked with’Spc. Christopher T. Fox was remembered as a laid-back guy who always wanted to be a
soldier and fight for his country. Fox, 21, of Memphis, Tenn., was killed Sept. 29 by small-arms fire in the Adhamiyah neighborhood
of Baghdad. He was assigned to Fort Carson. Fox, who enlisted in the military in March 2005, was on his second tour, due to be discharged
from the Army in July. He was in the service for three years and worked as a mortarman. Fox, who played football in high school, splashed
his social networking Web page orange with University of Tennessee logos. He wanted to enroll at the Knoxville campus next fall and maybe play football,
maybe study criminal justice and become a police officer, not letting his military training go to waste, said Amy Frost, a friend.
“He loved the people he worked with, comrades in arms. He died over there fighting for something,” Frost said. He also is survived
by his stepfather, Randal Hancock.
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