SFTT - Our ‘Soldier for the Truth’
Goodbye and farewell to Steelsix. He was one-of-a-kind and will be missed. You didn't have to always agree with him to respect him, and he seemed the sort of man who wouldn't have respected you if you always agreed with him.
Our ‘Soldier for the Truth’
From Roger Charles:
Hack died yesterday morning after fighting cancer in three forms for the past several years.
America's grunts have lost their most formidable defender. The Pentagon's "Perfumed Princes" have lost their most effective and unrelenting critic. And SFTT has lost its founder, its leader and its most dedicated, selfless worker.
But we have not lost our inspiration.
To all those touched by Hack's life, in person or through his writings, I ask that we pause for a moment today to thank God for His gift of this awesome, fearless Soldier For The Truth.
I know Hack will be watching as we continue the march as he ordered in our last conversation. He left his wonderful wife and soulmate, Eilhys, and his special friend (and head of our advisory board), Phil Matthews with clear directions for SFTT's future.
We at SFTT will do our best to assist them in turning Hack's concepts into realities.
The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen of our grand nation deserve no less.
I quote another to best capture in a few words the life of this truly great American Soldier:
"A greater soul hath seldom dwelt in this house of clay."
May he Rest In Peace.
President, Soldiers for the Truth
May 5, 2005