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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:01 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Conservative victory now back to the Sean Hannity Show. Right, 25 till the top of the hour toll free on numbers. 809 41 Sean, Uh, final thoughts as we continue from our last half hour Mark Schmitz. He lost his 20 year old son, Lance Corporal Jared Smiths, one of the 13 Marines killed at the bombing at Cars High International Airport in Kabul last week. Darren Hoover's with us. He lost his 31 year old Marine Corps staff sergeant son. Darren Taylor Hoover. Um Erin, I'll let you say anything You want to say about your son. You You did meet Biden. At drovers. And if you want to talk about it, fine. If you don't I don't care. Um, no, We didn't meet him. Um We talked it over as a family and decided that we would we didn't want anything to do with him. Um, we felt like that's what Taylor would have wanted us to do. Out. Don't get me wrong. Taylor was over there. He was doing his job He was leading his Marines. And Going, father and we've heard this from a bunch of his friends. Through different channels. There are a bunch of his His man through different channels, her friends and to families. That he was going around. Each of his Marines that were in that firefight prior to The, uh, the suicide bomber. Going around to each of his Marines, keeping them on track on targets. Of the firefight, making sure they all had the ammunition that they needed, making sure they were staying focused staying in the fight. Two years a natural born leader. Yeah, from from His early years. Up through the Marine Corps. He's always been that from his football team. Uh, to high school or junior high, actually. Elementary school, Middle school and high school. Uh um He was one of the leaders on the field. Um, like I said, before, he's very loving, very caring. But when it came to doing the job that he needed to do He got right down to the brass tacks and And Helped build up the Marines that he was in charge of There was one particular Marie and I forgive me. I can't remember his name. But When he can't win. This younger Marine came into Taylor's unit when he was a sergeant. He said that at first Taylor scared to live and crap out of him. Because he just stare you down and keep staring at you. Until It made it very uncomfortable. And if he was really mad, that's when he started yelling. But it's just his his demeanor. Um, very calm under pressure. Um, and wanted to build those marines up to what They were expected to do, and he was given a lot of training. He was getting a lot of opportunities to train those Marines. And you know what, Like I said, that's that's what he enjoyed. That's what he loved. It was his passion. It was his absolute passion to be the best Marine that he could be. And I think he did that. He wound up giving The ultimate sacrifice. That a Service member can give And Being a Marine. I don't think as we've talked about as a family, we don't think It's tough to say, but we don't think he would have wanted to go out any other way if he had to do it. He he would go out the way he did. With his fellow Marines. Um both men and women. Right by his side, fighting to the very end to protect those people, which is honorable in and of itself. But to do it in the manner in which you did it. And ultimately give up his life. In order to feel that duty. Unfortunately, that's the way it turned out. Um and right now. We can't. None of us can quantify. How many potential lives they saved that day or the following gauge right after that, Um, but just like Mr Schmidt said. They're all heroes. Every last one of them. And To be disrespected like they were at Dover. When they were coming off the plane. Um, with Mr Biden looking as watch each time the Each time the salute was released and the Marines would go back up. Pick up another box and bring it down was was disrespectful as As anything I've ever seen, and I were struggling with that. We're really struggling with that one. But like you said, is all about the boys and the girls. Um they're heroes. We want to keep them in the forefront never to be forgotten. And unfortunately with war we know this happens. But you're right. This one was preventable. Mark. I agree. I mean, I don't think there's an American downside that doesn't agree that we need to be out of this Got a second country, but It could have happened differently. And I think our boys and girls would still be with us today if it had been handled differently. Mark. We talked so much about your son and it's such a grave tragedy. What's happened to all of our Marines in Afghanistan and brave men and women? One of the things I wanted to discuss with use the president his press conference yesterday, where he called this withdrawal from Afghanistan. Quote a success. What are your thoughts? Honestly, We've been, uh We've been more concerned about, uh, dealing with her son, Jared and I didn't bother to even watch so I have no comment. No. I completely understand that if I may, I'd like to actually talked about a foundation that we've set up for him. Yeah, We'd love to hear more about that. Please tell us more about that cause we believe and put it up on our website and social media at Hannity dot com. Well, thank you..

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:12 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Most people will spend a lifetime trying to make sure trying to find out if they made a difference in this world. Marines don't have that problem. My Marine did not have that problem. Erin's Marine does not have that problem. None of them do. All these guys are heroes, and they evolved made a huge difference in this world. They defend our liberties and freedom and let me let me just say on a personal level to both of you. Um I'm so sorry. I am so so very sorry. There's no words that I can speak to you that can take away your pain. I can't. I wish I could. You know, As a parent, I could only imagine. But if you're living it, I'm sure it's very different. And I You know, I've met many, many gold star families over the years and I always wonder in my mind. How do you ever recover? And I even asked people how do you go get up every day, and they just say that they would. Our kids would want us to and it's but But they acknowledged in their life changes forever. Both of your lives last week changed forever. And I know I speak for this large radio audience were in like 665 stations in Sirius, XM. And I'm just telling you everybody is listening now to both of you. And they feel as I do their second saddened. They know that I won't get too political here. But this was so preventable. Darren. Um please tell. I know your your son is named after you, Darren. Taylor Hoover, but he I understand. He went by the name of of Taylor. And you know you're the one that said no parent should have to bury their sons and daughters that your son had the biggest heart in the world. And he was about to retire. Marius fiancee, Nicole? Yes, he was. Yes, he was, um you know, growing up, he had the biggest heart. Very compassionate towards people. Uh, very loving, very caring, Very understanding. He he had all of that be beyond his years. In my opinion. After 9 11 happened, he was 11 years old. At the time that happened and he said right then and there. I'm going to do something about this, Dad, you know, being 11 years old I my gum. Okay. All right. That's a good goal to shoot for, Um, and when he was also in high school The recruiters came to his high school and for whatever reason, he chose the Marine Corps. Uh, he did the exact same thing. He started working out. You go to the recruiting office. And from there, the sergeant that was there would take him out training with a couple of others. Guys that were also interested in doing it. Um, he he went to boot camp and for for the people that don't get to see that it is Brutal. It's brutal it well, The graduation is absolutely stunning. Yeah, I believe so respectful. So Timed down to the you know, down to the minute detail. It's just a really special time and and thankfully we were able to see that And then he got to his units and started training. Um, change as hard as he could. He had really good, senior senior, uh, non commission. Uh, individuals. Helping him out and we end up doing three tours in Afghanistan. His first one was about a year in Well, it's what he loved to do. He loved this country. He absolutely loved it. And like I said from the From the time now, time 9 11 happened. This is what he wanted to do. You know? Uh And when I talk about compassion and love he was he was he was the love of the family. You know, he had his two sisters that actually at just absolutely loved him. As they should, um, they looked up to him and they went to him for everything they called. They called him, Bubba. Uh, he didn't matter to him if he if they called him Taylor and you know, he's got several aunts and uncles on both sides. So cousins on both sides, Um, and he was the firstborn on both sides of the family as well. But when he'd get with his cousins and aunts and uncles, it was it was nothing but a fun test. Everybody would run the Taylor everybody as soon as he walked in the room, all the little kids were crowding and, you know, he picked him up, hug and squeeze and tickle them. Just the whole thing. Family met everything to Taylor and we were so happy when he found Nicole. Um she's a She's a little spitfire, just like he was. But she kept him in check. She's a little sweetheart, and we love her to death. We absolutely love her to death. Let me ask you both. And I'm just going to leave it wide open. Um, Mark, I'll go back to you. And and I want you to talk more about your son, Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz and You know, tell us more. Give us more context, texture. Maybe how you feel about the situation he was put in. That's up to you. I don't really want to drag you into my world. I more want to honor your son's than anything else. I have two kids of my own. Um Marcus is around the same made. My daughter was born 13 days before 9 11. Oh, one, and, um, she's now 20 at the same age as your son. Um, you never stop worrying about your kids. I'm sure every day your sons are in a war zone. You're really worried about him. Probably not sleeping at all. Yes. Uh, he was about six months old, just a little over six months old when? When 9 11 hit, and his mother told me that he started talking about joining the Marines of the in third grade. I believe it was Which is obviously just too young for that, But Stuck with that and make sure that it it came true for him, and he had He was extremely lovable brother. 2222 sisters, Um half brothers here in my side, half brother, this mom's side and a stepbrother on my side as well. So he's he's from a big family and every single person just Looked up to him. They knew that he was Selfless. That is probably the best word to describe him. He would do anything for anyone for any reason. Um, great friend to so many, and I found that out now I knew everybody loved him. But grief. I mean, just the outpouring has been Tremendous and people coming out of the woodwork that Have told me stories of how Jared had changed them personally, You know, it just melts my heart. Um, his mom is Obviously struggling with this as we all are. That we're looking forward to having him home and Um you know, it just tears me up the most. That There's a young man 20 years old. Can't legally even drink. We all know we already do. Um, you know, he didn't have a chance to get married. You didn't have a chance to join the family business, which was recently discussed with him. He said after the core he was considering coming to work with me and Would have been extremely honored to have him on board. And you know, we're actually talking about him buying a car when he got back. And when he got out of the core planning an apartment, you know, and just getting his life started. And, uh, Australians have find some information from him that he gave me months ago decided to go through the text messages from with him. This morning, and it was extremely difficult, but, uh, just looking back and seeing all the things that he was talking about. He was wanting to do after after he was done in the quarter and To know that none of these things are going to happen now. It's just it's that's the hardest parts turned me up. But here we're going to stay with us. Marc Schmitz. He lost his 20 year old son, Lance, Corporal Jared Smiths. Uh, Darrin Hoover's with us is 31 year old Marine Corps staff sergeant son. Aaron Taylor Hoover In this blast that took place last week. This terror attack will come back get some final thoughts from these gold star father is on the other side. Our prayers are with all of you and your family. And I know you both have some very tough days ahead. And, um, we, uh this audience cares. I can tell you that I speak for everyone in this audience. And these stories are heartbreaking. 894 When Sean will get to your calls next half hour, we have Hannity tonight at nine. Quick break right back will continue keeping the truth alive. Hannity is on right now. When you need to know come to us here we stock 11 30. W I S m.

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

09:13 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Most people will spend a lifetime trying to make sure trying to find out if they made a difference in this world. Marines don't have that problem. My Marine did not have that problem. Erin's Marine does not have that problem. None of them do. All these guys are heroes. They evolved made a huge difference in this world. They defend our liberties and freedom and let me let me just say on a personal level to both of you. Um I'm so sorry. I am so so very sorry. There's no words that I can speak to you. That can take away your pain. I can't. I wish I could. You know, As a parent, I can only imagine. What if you're living it? I'm sure it's very different. And I You know, I met many, many gold star families over the years and I I always wonder in my mind. How do you ever recover? And I even asked people how do you go get up every day, and they just say that they would. Our kids would want us to and it's but But they acknowledged in their life changes forever. Both of your lives last week changed forever. And I know I speak for this large radio audience were in like 665 stations in Sirius, XM. And I'm just telling you everybody's listening down to both of you. And they feel as I do their sickened saddened they know that I won't get too political here. But this was so preventable. Darren. Um please tell. I know your your son is named after you, Darren. Taylor Hoover, but he I understand. He went by the name of of Taylor. And you know you're the one that said no parent should have to bury their sons and daughters that your son had the biggest heart in the world. And he was about to retire. Marius fiancee, Nicole? Yes, he was. Yes, he was. Um, you know, growing up. He had the biggest heart very compassionate towards people. Uh, very loving, very caring, very understanding. He he had all of that be. Beyond his years. In my opinion, after 9 11 happened, he was 11 years old at the time that happened and he said right then and there. I'm going to do something about this, dad, you know, being 11 years old, I'm like, um well, okay. All right. That's a good goal to shoot for, Um, and when he was also in high school. The recruiters came to his high school and for whatever reason, he chose the Marine Corps. Uh, he did the exact same thing. He started working out. You go to the recruiting office. And from there, the sergeant that was there would take him out training with a couple of others. Guys that were also interested in doing it. Um, he he went through boot camp and for for the people that don't get to see that it is Brutal. It's brutal it well, The graduation is absolutely stunning that I believe so respectful. So Timed down to the you know, down to the minute detail. It's just a really special time and and thankfully we were able to see that And then he got to his units and started training. Um, I think as hard as he could. He had really good, senior senior, uh, non commission. Uh, Individuals. Helping him out and wound up doing three tours in Afghanistan. His first one was about a year in Okay, well, it's what he loved to do. He loved this country. He absolutely loved it. And like I said, from the From the time time time 9 11 happened. This is what he wanted to do. You know? Uh And when I talk about compassion and love he was he was He was the love of the family. You know, he had his two sisters that actually at just absolutely loved him. As they should, um, they looked up to him and they went to him for everything they called. They called him, Bubba. Uh, he get mad at him if he if they called him Taylor and you know, he's got several aunts and uncles on both sides. Several cousins on both sides. Um and he was the firstborn on both sides of the family as well. But when he'd get with his cousins and aunts and uncles, it was it was nothing but a fun test. Everybody would run the Taylor everybody as soon as he walked in the room, all the little kids were crowding him the only pick him up, hug and squeeze and tickle them. Just the whole thing. Family met everything to Taylor and we were so happy when he found Nicole. Um she's a She's a little spit fire, just like he was. She kept him in check. She's a little sweetheart and We love her to death. We absolutely love it to death. Let me ask you both. And I'm just going to leave it wide open. Um, Mark, I'll go back to you. And and I want you to talk more about your son, Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz and You know, tell us more. Give us more context, texture. Maybe how you feel about the situation he was put in. That's up to you. I don't really want to drag you into my world. I more want to honor your son's than anything else. I have two kids of my own. Um Marcus is around the same made. My daughter was born 13 days before 9 11. Oh, one, and, um, she's now 20 at the same age as your son. Um, you never stop worrying about your kids. I'm sure every day your sons are in a war zone. You're really worried about him. Probably not sleeping at all. Yes. Uh, he was about six months old, just a little over six months old when? When 9 11 hit, and his mother told me that he started talking about joining the Marines of the in third grade. I believe it was Which is obviously just too young for that, But Stuck with that and make sure that it came true for him, and he had He was extremely lovable brother. 2222 sisters, Um, half brother here in my side, half brother, this mom's side and a stepbrother on my side as well. So he's use from a big family and every single person just Looked up to him. They knew that he was Uh, selfless. That is probably the best word to describe him. He would do anything for anyone for any reason. Um great friends of so many just found that out Now I knew everybody loved him. But grief. I mean, just the outpouring has been Tremendous and people coming out of the woodwork. They told me stories of how Jared had changed them personally, You know, it's just melts my heart. Um, his mom is Obviously struggling with this as we all are. That we're looking forward to having him home and Um you know, it just tears me up the most. That There's a young man 20 years old. Can't legally even drink. We all know we already do. Um, you know, he didn't have a chance to get married. You didn't have a chance to join the family business, which was recently discussed with him. He said after the core he was considering coming to work with me and Would have been extremely honored to have him on board and he and I were actually talking about him buying a car when he got back. And when he got out of the core planning an apartment, you know, and just getting his life started. And, uh, Australians have find some information from him that he gave me months ago decided to go through the text messages from with him. This morning and I was extremely difficult, but, uh, just looking back and seeing all the things that he was talking about. He was wanting to do after after he was done in the core and To know that none of these things are going to happen now. It's just that's the hardest parts turned me up. But we're going to stay with us. Marc Schmitz. He lost his 20 year old son, Lance Corporal Jared Smiths. Darren Hoover is with us. His 31 year old Marine Corps staff sergeant son. Aaron Taylor Hoover In this blast that took place last week. This terror attack will come back get some final thoughts from these gold star father is on the other side. Our prayers are with all of you and your family. And I know you both have some very tough days ahead. And, um, we, uh this audience cares. I can tell you that I speak for everyone in this audience. And these stories are heartbreaking. 894 When Sean will get to your calls next half hour we have Hannity tonight at nine. Quick break right back will continue keeping the truth alive. Pan itty is on right now..

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

09:09 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Marines don't have that problem. My Marine did not have that problem. Darren's Marine does not have that problem. None of them do. All these guys are heroes, and they evolved made a huge difference in this world. They defend our liberties and freedom and let me let me just say on a personal level to both of you. Um I'm so sorry. I am so so very sorry. There's no words that I can Speak to you that can take away your pain. I can't. I wish I could. You know, As a parent, I can only imagine. What if you're living it? I'm sure it's very different. And I You know, I've met many, many gold star families over the years and I always wonder in my mind. How do you ever recover? And I even asked people how do you get up every day? And they just say that they would. Our kids would want us to and it's but But they acknowledged in their life changes forever. Both of your lives last week changed forever. And I know I speak for this large radio audience were in like 665 stations in Sirius, XM. And I'm just telling you everybody is listening now to both of you. And they feel as I do their second saddened. They know that I won't get too political here. But this was so preventable. Darren. Um please tell. I know your your son is named after you, Darren. Taylor Hoover, but I understand he went by the name of of Taylor. And you know you're the one that said no parent should have to bury their sons and daughters that your son had the biggest heart in the world. And he was about to retire. Marius fiancee, Nicole? Yes, he was. Yes, he was, um you know, growing up, he had the biggest heart. Very compassionate towards people very loving, very caring, Very understanding. He he had all of that be beyond his years in my opinion. After 9 11 happened. He was 11 years old at the time that happened and he said right then and there. I'm going to do something about this, Dad, you know, being 11 years old, I'm like, Well, okay. All right. That's a good goal shooting for, um, And when he was also in high school, uh, recruiters came to his high school and for whatever reason You chose the Marine Corps. Uh, he did the exact same thing. He started working out. He'd go recruiting office. And from there, just sergeant that was there would take him out training with a couple of other guys that were also interested in doing it, Um, paid to it through boot camp and for For the people that don't get to see that it is Brutal. It's brutal it well, The graduation is absolutely stunning. And I believe so respectful. So alright, timed down to the you know. Down to the minute detail. It's just a really special time and thankfully we were able to see that and then he got to his units and started training. Um Think as hard as he could. He had really good, senior senior, uh, non commission. Uh, individuals. Helping him out and we end up doing three tours in Afghanistan. His first one was about a year in, uh, well, it's what he loved to do. He loved this country. He absolutely loved it. And like I said from the From the time names Time 9 11 happened. This is what he wanted to do, You know? And when I talk about compassion and love he was he was He was the love of the family. You know, he had his two sisters that actually at just absolutely loved him. As they should, um, they looked up to him and they went to him for everything they called. They called him. Bubba, Uh, get mad at him if he if they called him Taylor and you know, he's got several aunts and uncles on both sides. Several cousins on both sides. Um and he was the firstborn on both sides of the family as well. But when he get with his cousins and aunts and uncles, it was it was nothing but a fun test. Everybody would run the Taylor everybody as soon as he walked in the room, all the little kids were crowding and the only pick him up, hug him, squeeze and tickle them. Just the whole thing. Family met everything to Taylor and we were so happy when he found Nicole. Um she's a She's a little spitfire, just like he was. She kept him in check. She's a little sweetheart, and we love her to death. We absolutely love her to death. Let me ask you both. And I'm just going to leave it wide open. Um Mark will go back to you. And and I want you to talk more about your son, Lance Corporal Jared Schmitz and You know, tell us more. Give us more context, texture. Maybe how you feel about the situation he was put in. That's up to you. I don't really want to drag you into my world. I more want to honor your son's than anything else. I have two kids of my own. Um, Marcus is around the same made. My daughter was born 13 days before 9 11. Oh, one. And, um, she's now 20 at the same age as your son. Um You never stop worrying about your kids. I'm sure every day your sons are in a war zone. You really worried about him? Probably not sleeping at all. Yes, Uh, he he was about six months old, just a little over six months old when 9 11 hit, and his mother told me that he started talking about joining the Marines of the and third grade. I believe it was Which is obviously just too young for that, But Stuck with that and make sure that it came true for him, and he had He was extremely lovable brother. 2222 sisters, Um, half brother here in my side, half brother, this mom's side and a stepbrother on my side as well. So he's he's from a big family and every single person just Looked up to him. They knew that he was, uh, selfless. That is probably the best word to describe him. He would do anything for anyone for any reason. Um Great friend to so many found that out Now I knew everybody loved him. But grief. I mean, this is the outpouring has been tremendous and people coming out of the woodwork that They told me stories of how Jared had changed them personally, You know, it just melts my heart. Um, his mom is, uh, obviously struggling with this as we all are. But we're looking forward to having him home. And, um you know, it just tears me up to the most that there's a young man that 20 years old. Can't legally even drinking. We all know we already did. But, uh um You know, he didn't have a chance to get married. You didn't have a chance to join the family business, which was recently discussed with him, and he said after the core he was considering coming to work with me and Would have been extremely honored to have him on board. And you know, we're actually talking about him buying a car when he got back. And when he got out of the core planning an apartment, you know, and just getting his life started. And, uh, Australians have find some information from him that he gave me months ago decided to go through the text messages from with him. This morning. I was extremely difficult, but, uh, just looking back and seeing all the things that he was talking about. He was wanting to do after after he was done in the core and To know that none of these things are going to happen now. It's just it's that's the hardest parts. Turn me up. But we're going to stay with us. Marc Schmitz. He lost his 20 year old son, Lance, Corporal Jared Smits. Uh, Darrin Hoover is with us. His 31 year old Marine Corps Staff Sergeant son. Aaron Taylor Hoover In this blast that took place last week. This terror attack will come back get some final thoughts from these gold star father is on the other side. And our prayers are with all of you and your family. And I know you both have some very tough days ahead. And, um, we, uh this audience cares. I can tell you that I speak for everyone in this audience. And these stories are heartbreaking. 809 41 Sean will get to your calls next half hour. We have Hannity tonight at nine. Quick break right back will continue keeping the truth alive. Pan itty is on right now. Last month more.

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:36 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Up Next our final news round up and information overload our right news Roundup. Information overload Our 809 41, Sean, You want to be a part of the program Untold hundreds of Americans, Uh, now Basically, their lives are in the hands of radical terrorists, you know, and the whims of these terrorists and what I think could possibly happen. I don't even want to express publicly. This is a very smart audience. We all know what the possibilities are The idea that we never leave An American behind goes against every single solitary fiber in my being Joe Biden said. What we'd leave nobody behind one of the saddest things and all of this to me. Whenever this loss of life it's sad, right? We value life or pro life. We know life is a gift. You know, I believe in natural law, our rights Our life comes from a God, a creator of Father. And we're endowed by the creator. And as part of this the idea that we didn't we saw the Taliban on the march as early as March, and we saw them on the march in April. And we saw vast portions of the country province after province literally, basically being not defended by the great Afghan army that Joe was bragging about mid July. Um And then we saw May June July even and we waited for the Taliban and take over Kabul and we for Joe Biden, Greg. Well, we have control the airport, The Washington Post says. There's a report out now that Actually, the Taliban offered us to have Kabul to get all the people out. And and he said no. Then they formed the perimeter. If you can't if you don't control the perimeter to the airport. You don't control the city around the airport. How are you supposed to get your people home? And now every diplomatic and every diplomat, every military person has now left Afghanistan and we have Americans now caught behind enemy lines in the lead up to this. We had this terror attack that took place last week. And you know we lost 13. Of our bravest and I called the kids their kids to me. I mean, that's our national treasure. I have kids. My kids are out of their teenage years. Now. One of them is Lance Corporal Jared Smiths. He's 20 years old, was one of 13 Marines killed at the Karzai International airport last week. And what was fascinating about his story. His father is going to join us in a minute. Have been part of a group of Marines that was sent back to Afghanistan for the specific reason to assist with the evacuation efforts. His father, Mark joins us now and also joining us is Darren Hoover. His 31 year old son, Marine Corps staff Sergeant Darren Taylor. Hoover was the oldest U. S Service member killed on the 26th of August is just last week, was serving his third tour of duty in Afghanistan at the time of his death, and by the way, his father said, no parent should have to bury their their sons or daughters. It's not supposed to work that way. He was scheduled by the way to retire. When he got home and marry his fiancee who's also devastated anyway. Marc Schmitz and Darren Hoover. Thank you both for being with us. Thank you. Thank you, sir. Mark le, I rather than asked any political questions right now. Let's talk about your son. One thing it caught my attention. Is he was sent back for these for this very reason to assist with the evacuation. This is something you you said that he always wanted to do. And I've never seen a young man train as hard as he did to be. The best soldier could be. Tell us about your son. Um Who lost his life, Uh he had decided firmly sophomore years so that he was going to enter the Marine Corps. And began training doing this. This This kid didn't go to the library. You didn't do research. He didn't like school, You know, but he jumped away a kid after my own heart, But go ahead. He, uh he started Googling. You know what the workout regiment was for. Marine Corps is what basic Physical conditioning needs to be to get through boot camp alive and conquer the crucible, etcetera. He just started turning like crazy. Um, he was attacked. It didn't have a driver's license right away when he was 16, so I would have to drive him up to the local Marine office and he started training with them before he was even a recruit. Just learning everything that they do. He just really wanted to excel. You know, and he right out of high school. Join the Marines went off the boot graduated. That was An honor to be able to witness that in October of 19. Uh, he finally got his first deployment to Jordan and Shortly thereafter. Obviously, that was a lot of training. But shortly after that he got the call up to go to Take the bull. Obviously, his mother and I were terrified. He was excited. He he was so focused on training and doing what the Marines can do. We want to make sure he honed in on the skills on that, but now he finally get the opportunity. To put it into action. And I had, of course, that dad and son talked about how serious this is, and he said, Don't worry. You know, we all got each other's backs here. He said. Okay, you know, and He went there and finally got to do what he really wanted to do, which was make a difference and help people. And the article officer. Martinez was nice enough to share quote with me from Ronald Reagan really hit home, he said. Most people will spend a lifetime trying to make sure Trying to find out if they made a difference in this world. Marines don't have that problem. My Marine did not have that problem. Darren's Marine does not have that problem. None of them do all these guys are heroes. They evolved made a huge difference in this world. They defend our liberties and freedom and let me let me just say on a personal level to both of you. Um I'm so sorry. I am so so very sorry. There's no words that I can Speak to you that can take away your pain. I can't. I wish I could. You know, As a parent, I could only imagine. What if you're living it? I'm sure it's very different. And I, You know, I met many, many gold star families over the years and I always wonder in my mind. How do you ever recover? And I even asked people how do you go get up every day. And they just say that they would our kids would want us to and it's but But they acknowledge then their life changes forever. Both of your lives last week changed forever. And I know I speak for this large radio audience were in like 665 stations in Sirius, XM. And I'm just telling you everybody is listening now to both of you. And they feel as I do their second saddened. They know that I won't get too political here. But this was so preventable. Darren. Um please tell. I know your your son is named after you, Darren. Taylor Hoover, but he I understand. He went by the name of of Taylor. And you know you're the one that said no parent should have to bury their sons and daughters that your son had the biggest heart in the world and he was about to retire and marry is fiancee Nicole. Yes, he was. Yes, He was, um you know, growing up, he he had the biggest heart very compassionate towards people very loving, very caring. Very understanding. He he had all of that be beyond his years in my opinion. Um, after 9 11 happened. He was 11 years old at the time That happened And he said right then and there. I'm going to do something about this, Dad, you know, being 11 years old, I'm like, Well, okay. All right. That's a good goal to shoot for, Um, And when he was also in high school. Ah, recruiters came to his high school and for whatever reason, He chose the Marine Corps. He did the exact same thing. He started working out. You go to the recruiting office..

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"Up Next. Our final news round up and information overload our right news roundup. Information overload Our 809 41, Sean, You want to be a part of the program Untold hundreds of Americans, Uh, now Basically, their lives are in the hands of radical terrorists, you know, and the whims of these terrorists and what I think could possibly happen. I don't even want to express publicly. This is a very smart audience. We all know what the possibilities are The idea that we never leave An American behind goes against every single solitary fiber in my being Joe Biden said. What we'd leave nobody behind one of the saddest things in all of this to me. Well, whenever there's a loss of life. It's sad, right? We value life or pro life. We know life is a gift. We know I believe in natural law. Our rights. Our life comes from a God, a creator of Father And we're endowed by the creator. And as part of this the idea that we didn't we saw the Taliban on the march as early as March, and we saw them on the march in April. And we saw vast portions of the country province after province literally, basically being not defended by the great Afghan army that Joe was bragging about mid July. Um And then we saw May June July even and we waited for the Taliban and take over Kabul. And we, Joe Biden brag. Well, we have control the airport, The Washington Post says. There's a report out now that Actually, the Taliban offered us to have Kabul to get all the people out. And and he said no. Then they formed the perimeter. If you can't if you don't control the perimeter to the airport. You don't control the city around the airport. How are you supposed to get your people home? And now every diplomatic and every diplomat, every military person has now left Afghanistan and we have Americans now caught behind enemy lines in the lead up to this. We had this terror attack that took place last week. And you know we lost 13. Of our bravest and I called the kids their kids to me. I mean, that's our national treasure. I have kids. My kids are out of their teenage years. Now. One of them is Lance Corporal Jared Smiths. He's 20 years old, was one of 13 Marines killed at the Karzai International airport last week. And what was fascinating about his story. His father is going to join in a send a minute have been part of a group of Marines that was sent back to Afghanistan for the specific reason to assist. With the evacuation efforts. His father, Mark joins us now and also joining us is Darren Hoover is 31 year old son, Marine Corps staff Sergeant Darren Taylor Hoover. Was the oldest U. S Service member killed on the 26th of August. This just last week, was serving his third tour of duty in Afghanistan at the time of his death, and by the way, his father said, no parent should have to bury their their sons or daughters. It's not supposed to work that way. He was scheduled by the way to retire. When he got home and marry his fiancee who's also that Marc Schmitz and Darren Hoover. Thank you both for being with us. Thank you. Thank you, sir. Mark what I rather than asked any political questions right now. Let me let's talk about your son. One thing it caught my attention. Is he was sent back for these for this very reason to assist with the evacuation. This is something you you said that he always wanted to do. And I've never seen a young man train as hard as he did to be the best soldier he could be. Tell us about your son. Um Who lost his life, Uh he had decided firmly sophomore years so that he was going to enter the Marine Corps. And began training doing this. This This kid didn't go to the library. You didn't do research. He didn't like school, You know, but he jumped away a kid after my own heart. But go ahead. He started Googling. You know what the workout regiment was for Marine Corps is what basic conditioning needs to be to get through boot camp alive and conquer the crucible, etcetera. He just started turning like crazy. Um he was the type that didn't have a driver's license right away when he was 16, so I would have to drive him up to the local Marine office and he started training with them before he was even a recruit. Just learning everything that they do. He just really wanted to excel in, you know, And he right out of high school joined the Marines went off the boot graduated. That was An honor to be able to witness that in October of 19. Uh, he's finally got his first deployment to Jordan and, uh, shortly thereafter, obviously, that was a lot of training. But shortly after that he got the call up to go to Typical bull and obviously his mother and I were terrified. He was excited. He he was so focused on training and doing what the Marines can do. We want to make sure he honed in on the skills on that, but now he finally get the opportunity. To put it into action. And I had, of course that Dad and son talk about how serious this is, and he said, Don't worry. You know, we all got each other's backs here, he said. Okay. You know, and he went there and finally got to do what he really wanted to do, which was make a difference and help people. And the article. Officer Martinez was nice enough to share quote with me from Ronald Reagan. Really hit home, he said. Most people will spend a lifetime trying to make sure trying to find out if they made a difference in this world. Marines don't have that problem. My Marine did not have that problem. Erin's Marine does not have that problem. None of them do. All these guys are heroes, and they evolved made a huge difference in this world. They defend our liberties and freedom and let me let me just say on a personal level to both of you. Um I'm so sorry. I am so so very sorry. There's no words that I can speak to you that can take away your pain. I can't. I wish I could. You know, As a parent, I can only imagine. What if you're living it? I'm sure it's very different. And I, You know, I met many, many gold star families over the years and I always wonder in my mind. How do you ever recover and even ask people? How do you go get up every day. And they just say that they would our kids would want us to and it's but but they acknowledge then their life changes forever. Both of your lives last week changed forever. And I know I speak for this large radio audience were in like 665 stations in Sirius XM and I'm just telling you, everybody is listening now to both of you. And they feel as I do their second saddened. They know that I won't get too political here. But this was so preventable. Darren. Um please tell. I know your your son is named after you, Darren. Taylor Hoover, but he I understand. He went by the name of of Taylor. And you know you're the one that said no parent should have to bury their sons and daughters that your son had the biggest heart in the world and he was about to retire, and Marius fiancee, Nicole. Yes, he was. Yes, He was, um you know, growing up, he he had the biggest heart very compassionate towards people very loving, very caring. Very understanding. He he had all of that be beyond his years in my opinion. Um, after 9 11 happened. He was 11 years old at the time That happened And he said right then and there. I'm going to do something about this, Dad, you know, being 11 years old, I'm like, Well, okay. All right. That's a good goal to shoot for, Um, and when he was also in high school..

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07:04 min | 9 months ago

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"For Conservative victory victory now back to the Sean Hannity Show. Right, 25 till the top of the hour toll free on numbers. 809 41 Sean final thoughts as we continue from our last half hour Mark Schmitz. He lost his 20 year old son, Lance Corporal Jared Smiths, one of the 13 Marines killed at the bombing at Cars High International Airport in Kabul last week. Darren Hoover's with US, he lost his 31 year old Marine Corps staff sergeant son. Darren Taylor Hoover. Um Erin, I'll let you say anything You want to say about your son. You You did meet Biden. At drovers. And if you want to talk about it, fine. If you don't I don't care. Um, no, We didn't meet him. Um We talked it over the family and decided that we would we didn't want anything to do with him. Um We felt like that's what Taylor would have wanted us to do. Now don't get me wrong. Taylor was over there. He was doing his job He was leading his Marines. And Fraud and we've heard this from, uh, a bunch of his friends. Uh, through different channels are a bunch of his his man through different channels who friends and to families. That he was going around. To each of his Marines that were in that firefight prior to The, uh The suicide bomber. Going around at each of his Marines, keeping them on track on targets. Of the firefight, making sure they all had the ammunition that they needed, making sure they were staying focused staying in the fight. Two years a natural born leader. From from his early years. Up through the Marine Corps. He's always been that from his football team. Uh, through high school or junior high, actually. Elementary school, Middle school and high school. Um, he was one of the leaders on the field. Um, like I said, before, he's very loving, very caring. But when it came to doing the job that he needed to do He got right down to the brass tacks and And Helped build up the Marines that he was in charge of there was one particular marine, and I forgive me. I can't remember his name. But When he can't win this Younger Marine came into Taylor's unit when he was a sergeant. He said that at first, Taylor scared the living crap out of him. Because he just stare you down and keep staring at you. Until It made it very uncomfortable. And if he was really mad, that's when he started yelling. But it's just his his demeanor. Um, very calm under pressure, um, and wanted to build those marines up to What they were expected to do, and he was given a lot of training. He was getting a lot of opportunities to train those Marines. And you know what, Like I said, that's that's what he enjoyed. That's what he loved. It was his passion. It was his absolute passion to be the best Marine that he could be. And I think he did that. He wound up giving The ultimate sacrifice. That a Service member can give And Being a Marine. I don't think As we've talked about as a family, we don't think It's tough to say, but we don't think he would have wanted to go out any other way if he had to do it. He he would go out the way he did. With his fellow Marines. Um both men and women. Right by his side, fighting to the very end for just to protect those people, which is honorable in and of itself. But to do it in the manner in which you did it. And ultimately give up his life in order to fill that duty. Unfortunately, that's the way it turned out. Um and right now. We can't. None of us can quantify. How many potential lives they saved that day or the following days, right after that, Um, but just like Mr Schmidt said. They're all heroes. Every last one of them and To be disrespected like they were at Dover. When they were coming off the plane. Um, with Mr Biden looking as watch each time the Each time the salute was released and the Marines would go back up. Pick up another box and bring it down was was disrespectful as As anything I've ever seen and I I were struggling with that. We're really struggling with that one. But like you said, is all about the boys and the girls. Um they're heroes. We want to keep them in the forefront never to be forgotten. And unfortunately with war we know this happens. But you're right. This one was preventable. Mark. I agree. I mean, I don't think there's an American downside that doesn't agree that we need to be out of this kind of second country. But It could have happened differently. And I think our boys and girls would still be with us today if it had been handled differently. Mark. We talked so much about your son and it's such a grave tragedy. What's happened to all of our Marines in Afghanistan and brave men and women. One of the things I wanted to discuss with you is the president his press conference yesterday, where he called this withdrawal from Afghanistan. Quote a success. What are your thoughts? Honestly, we've been, uh we've been more concerned about the Dealing with her son, Jared, and I didn't bother even watch, so I have no comment. No, I completely understand that. If I may. I'd like to actually talk about a foundation that we've set up for him. Yeah, We'd love to hear more about that. Please tell us more about that cause we believe and put it up on our website and social media at Hannity dot com. Well,.

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08:40 min | 9 months ago

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"Is a special edition of the Sean Hannity Show America Trapped Behind Enemy Lines Day number 18 18 coming up Next. Our final news roundup and information overload Our Alright. News Roundup. Information overload Our 809 41, Sean, You want to be a part of the program? Untold hundreds of Americans. Uh, now Basically, their lives are in the hands of radical terrorists, you know, and the whims of these terrorists and what I think could possibly happen. I don't even want to express publicly. This is a very smart audience. We all know what the possibilities are The idea that we never leave An American behind goes against every single solitary fiber in my being Joe Biden said. What we'd leave nobody behind one of the saddest things in all of this to me. Whenever this loss of life it's sad, right? We value life or pro life. We know life is a gift. You know, I believe in natural law, our rights Our life comes from a God, a creator of Father. And we're endowed by the creator. And as part of this the idea that we didn't we saw the Taliban on the march as early as March, and we saw them on the march in April. And we saw vast portions of the country province after province literally, basically being not defended by the great Afghan army that Joe was bragging about mid July. Um And then we saw May June July even and we waited for the Taliban and take over Kabul. And we, Joe Biden brag. Well, we have control the airport, The Washington Post says. There's a report out now that Actually, the Taliban offered us to have Kabul to get all the people out. And and he said no. Then they formed the perimeter. If you can't if you don't control the perimeter to the airport. You don't control the city around the airport. How are you supposed to get your people home? And now every diplomatic and every diplomat, every military person is now left Afghanistan and we have Americans now caught behind enemy lines in the lead up to this. We had this terror attack that took place last week. And you know we lost 13. Of our bravest and I called the kids their kids to me. I mean, that's our national treasure. I have kids. My kids are out of their teenage years. Now. One of them is Lance Corporal Jared Smiths. He's 20 years old, was one of 13 Marines killed at the Karzai International airport last week. And what was fascinating about his story. His father is going to join us in a minute. Have been part of a group of Marines that was sent back to Afghanistan for the specific reason to assist with the evacuation efforts. His father, Mark joins us now and also joining us is Darren Hoover. His 31 year old son, Marine Corps staff Sergeant Darren Taylor. Hoover was the oldest U. S Service member killed on the 26th of August. This just last week, was serving his third tour of duty in Afghanistan at the time of his death, and by the way, his father said, no parent should have to bury their their sons or daughters. It's not supposed to work that way. He was scheduled by the way to retire. When he got home and Marius fiancee who's also devastated anyway. Marc Schmitz and Darren Hoover. Thank you both for being with us. Thank you. Thank you, sir. Mark clip rather than asked any political questions right now, Let's talk about your son. One thing it caught my attention. Is he was sent back for these for this very reason to assist with the evacuation. This is something you you said that he always wanted to do. And I've never seen a young man train as hard as he did to be the best soldier he could be. Tell us about your son. Um Who lost his life, Uh he had decided firmly sophomore years so that he was going to enter the Marine Corps. And began training doing this. This kid didn't go to the library. You didn't do research. He didn't like school, You know, but he jumped away a kid after my own heart. But go ahead. He started Googling. You know what the workout regiment was for. Marine Corps is what basic Physical conditioning needs to be to get through boot camp alive, been conquered The crucible, etcetera. He just started turning like crazy. Um he was the type that didn't have a driver's license right away when he was 16, so I would have to drive him up to the local Marine office and he started training with them before he was even a recruit. Just learning everything that they do. He just really wanted to excel. You know, And he right out of high school joined the Marines went off the boot graduated. That was An honor to be able to witness that in October of 19. Uh, finally got his first deployment to Jordan and, uh, shortly thereafter, obviously, that was a lot of training. But shortly after that he got the call up to go to I took the O. Obviously, his mother and I were terrified. He was excited. He he was so focused on training and doing what the Marines can do. We want to make sure he honed in on his skills on that, but now he's finally get the opportunity. To put it into action. And I had, of course that Dad and son talk about how serious this is, and he said, Don't worry. You know, we all got each other's backs here, he said. Okay. You know, and he went there and finally got to do what he really wanted to do, which was make a difference and help people. And the article. Officer Martinez was nice enough to share quote with me from Ronald Reagan. It really hit home, he said. Most people will spend a lifetime trying to make sure trying to find out if they made a difference in this world. Marines don't have that problem. My Marine did not have that problem. Erin's Marine does not have that problem. None of them do. All these guys are heroes, and they evolved made a huge difference in this world. They defend our liberties and freedom and let me let me just say on a personal level to both of you, Um I'm so sorry. I am so so very sorry. There's no words that I can speak to you. That can take away your pain. I can't. I wish I could. You know, As a parent, I could only imagine. What if you're living it? I'm sure it's very different. And I, You know, I met many, many gold star families over the years and I always wonder in my mind. How do you ever recover and even ask people? How do you go get up every day. And they just say that they would our kids would want us to and it's but but they acknowledge then their life changes forever. Both of your lives last week changed forever. And I know I speak for this large radio audience were in like 665 stations in Sirius XM and I'm just telling you, everybody is listening down to both of you. And they feel as I do their second saddened. They know that I won't get too political here. But this was so preventable. Darren. Um please tell. I know your your son is named after you, Darren. Taylor Hoover, but he I understand. He went by the name of of Taylor. And you know you're the one that said no parent should have to bury their sons and daughters that your son had the biggest heart in the world and he was about to retire, and Marius fiancee, Nicole. Yes, he was. Yes, He was, um you know, growing up, he he had the biggest heart very compassionate towards people very loving, very caring. Very understanding. He he had all of that be beyond his years in my opinion. Um, after 9 11 happened. He was 11 years old at the time That happened And he said right then and there. I'm going to do something about this, Dad, you know, being 11 years old, I'm like, Well, okay. All right. That's a good goal to shoot for, Um, and when he was also in high school..

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08:35 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Roundup and information overload our alright news Roundup. Information overload Our 809 41, Sean, You want to be a part of the program? Untold hundreds of Americans, Uh, now Basically, their lives are in the hands of radical terrorists, you know, and the whims of these terrorists and what I think could possibly happen. I don't even want to express publicly. This is a very smart audience. We all know what the possibilities are The idea that we never leave An American behind goes against every single solitary fiber in my being Joe Biden said. What we'd leave nobody behind one of the saddest things in all of this to me. Well whenever there's a loss of life, it's sad, right? We believe value life or pro life. We know life is a gift. We know. I believe in natural law. Our rights. Our life comes from a God, a creator of Father. And we're endowed by the creator. And as part of this the idea that we didn't we saw the Taliban on the march as early as March, and we saw them on the march in April. And we saw vast portions of the country province after province literally, basically being not defended by the great Afghan army that Joe was bragging about mid July. Um And then we saw May June July even and we waited for the Taliban to take over Kabul. And we, Joe Biden brag. Well, we have control the airport, The Washington Post says. There's a report out now that Actually, the Taliban offered us to have Kabul to get all the people out. And and he said no. Then they formed the perimeter. If you can't if you don't control the perimeter to the airport. You don't control the city around the airport. How are you supposed to get your people home? And now every diplomatic and every diplomat, every military person has now left Afghanistan and we have Americans now caught behind enemy lines in the lead up to this. We had this terror attack that took place last week. And you know we lost 13. Of our bravest and I called the kids their kids to me. I mean, that's our national treasure. I have kids. My kids are out of their teenage years. Now. One of them is Lance Corporal Jared Smiths. He's 20 years old, was one of 13 Marines killed at the Karzai International airport last week. And what was fascinating about his story. His father is going to join in a send a minute have been part of a group of Marines that was sent back to Afghanistan for the specific reason to assist. With the evacuation efforts. His father, Mark joins us now and also joining us is Darren Hoover is 31 year old son, Marine Corps staff Sergeant Darren Taylor Hoover. Was the oldest U. S Service member killed on the 26th of August is just last week was serving his third tour of duty in Afghanistan at the time of his death, and by the way, his father said, no parent should have to bury their their sons or daughters. It's not supposed to work that way. He was scheduled by the way to retire. When he got home and marry his fiancee who's also devastated anyway. Marc Schmitz and Darren Hoover. Thank you both for being with us. Thank you. Thank you, sir. Mark clip rather than asked any political questions right now, Let's talk about your son. One thing it caught my attention. Is he was sent back for these for this very reason to assist for the evacuation. This is something you you said that he always wanted to do. And I've never seen a young man train as hard as he did to be the best soldier he could be. Tell us about your son, Um, who lost his life? Uh, he had decided firmly, sophomore years so that he was going to answer the Marine Corps. And began training doing this. This This kid didn't go to the library. You didn't do research. He didn't like school, You know, but he jumped away a kid after my own heart, But go ahead. He started Googling. You know what the workout regiment was for. Marine Corps is what basic, Uh, Physical conditioning needs to be to get through boot camp alive and conquer the crucible, etcetera. He just started turning like crazy. Um he was attacked and didn't have a driver's license right away when he was 16, so I would have to drive him up to the local Marine office, and he started training with them before he was even a recruit, just learning everything that they do. He just really wanted to excel and You know, and he right out of high school joined the Marines went off the boot. Graduated. There was a An honor to be able to witness that in October of 19. Uh, finally got his first deployment to Jordan and, uh, shortly thereafter, obviously, that was a lot of training. But shortly after that he got the call up to go to To Kabul and obviously his mother and I were terrified. He was excited. He he was so focused on training and doing what the Marines can do. We want to make sure he honed in on the skills on that, but now he's finally get the opportunity. To put it into action. And I had, of course that Dad and son talk about how serious this is, and he said, Don't worry. You know, we all got each other's backs here, he said. Okay. You know, and he went there and finally got to do what he really wanted to do, which was make a difference and help people. And the article. Officer. Martinez was nice enough to share quote with me from Ronald Reagan really hit home, he says. Most people will spend a lifetime trying to make sure Trying to find out if they made a difference in this world. Marines don't have that problem. My Marine did not have that problem. Darren's Marine does not have that problem. None of them do all these guys are heroes. And they evolved made a huge difference in this world. They defend our liberties and freedom and let me let me just say on a personal level to both of you. Um I'm so sorry. I am so so very sorry. There's no words that I can speak to you. That can take away your pain. I can't. I wish I could. You know, As a parent, I can only imagine. What if you're living it? I'm sure it's very different. And I, You know, I met many, many gold star families over the years and I always wonder in my mind. How do you ever recover? And I even asked people how do you get up every day? And they just say that they would our kids would want us to and it's but But they acknowledge then their life changes forever. Both of your lives last week changed forever. And I know I speak for this large radio audience were in like 665 stations in Sirius XM and I'm just telling you Everybody's listening down to both of you and they feel as I do their second saddened. They know that I won't get too political here, but this was so preventable. Karen, Um, please tell. I know your son is named after you, Darren Taylor Hoover. But I understand he went by the name of of Taylor. And you know you're the one that said no parent should have to bury their sons and daughters that your son had the biggest heart in the world and he was about to retire in areas. Fiancee, Nicole. Yes, he was. Yes, He was, um you know, growing up, he he had the biggest heart very compassionate towards people very loving, very caring, Very understanding. He he had all of that beat. Beyond his years, In my opinion, um, after 9 11 happened. He was 11 years old at the time that happened and He said, Right then and there. I'm going to do something about this, Dad, you know, being 11 years old, I'm like, Well, okay. Alright. That's a good goal to shoot for, Um, and when he was also in high school. The recruiters came to his high school and for whatever reason you chose the Marine Corps. Uh, he did the exact same thing. He started working out. You go recruiting office..

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08:35 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on WTVN

"Hannity Show America Trapped Behind Enemy Lines. Day number 18 18 Coming up Next our final news round up and information overload our alright news Roundup. Information overload Our 809 41, Sean, You want to be a part of the program Untold hundreds of Americans, Uh, now Basically, their lives are in the hands of radical terrorists, you know, and the whims of these terrorists and what I think could possibly happen. I don't even want to express publicly. This is a very smart audience. We all know what the possibilities are The idea that we never leave An American behind goes against every single solitary fiber in my being Joe Biden said. What we'd leave nobody behind one of the saddest things and all of this to me. Well, whenever this loss of life it's sad, right? We value life or pro life. We know life is a gift. We know I believe in natural law. Our rights. Our life comes from a God, a creator of Father And we're endowed by the creator. And as part of this the idea that we didn't we saw the Taliban on the march as early as March, and we saw them on the march in April. And we saw vast portions of the country province after province literally, basically being not defended by the great Afghan army that Joe was bragging about mid July. Um And then we saw May June July even and we waited for the Taliban and take over Kabul. And we, Joe Biden brag. Well, we have control of the airport, The Washington Post says. There's a report out now that Actually, the Taliban offered us to have Kabul to get all the people out. And and he said no. Then they formed the perimeter. If you can't if you don't control the perimeter to the airport. You don't control the city around the airport. How are you supposed to get your people home? And now every diplomatic and every diplomat, every military person has now left Afghanistan and we have Americans now caught behind enemy lines in the lead up to this. We had this terror attack that took place last week. And you know we lost 13. Of our bravest and I called the kids their kids to me. I mean, that's our national treasure. I have kids. My kids are out of their teenage years. Now. One of them is Lance Corporal Jared Smiths. He's 20 years old, was one of 13 Marines killed at the Karzai International airport last week. And what was fascinating about his story. His father is going to join us in a minute. Have been part of a group of Marines that was sent back to Afghanistan for the specific reason to assist with the evacuation efforts. His father, Mark joins us now and also joining us is Darren Hoover. His 31 year old son, Marine Corps staff Sergeant Darren Taylor. Hoover was the oldest U. S Service member killed on the 26th of August is just last week, was serving his third tour of duty in Afghanistan at the time of his death, and by the way, his father said, no parent should have to bury their their sons or daughters. It's not supposed to work that way. He was scheduled by the way to retire. When he got home and Marius fiancee who's also devastated anyway. Marc Schmitz and Darren Hoover. Thank you both for being with us. Thank you. Thank you, sir. Mark le rather than asked any political questions right now, let's talk about your son. One thing it caught my attention. Is he was sent back for these for this very reason to assist with the evacuation. This is something you you said that he always wanted to do. And I've never seen a young man trained as hard as he did to be the best soldier he could be. Tell us about your son, Um, who lost his life? He had decided firmly sophomore year so that he was going to enter the Marine Corps. And began training doing this. This kid didn't go to the library. You didn't do research. He didn't like school, You know, but he jumped away a kid after my own heart, But go ahead. He, uh he started Googling. You know what the workout regiment was for. Marine Corps is what basic Physical conditioning needs to be to get through boot camp alive, been conquered The crucible, etcetera. He just started turning like crazy. Um he was a doctor didn't have a driver's license right away when he was 16, so I would have to drive him up to the local Marine office and he started training with them before he was even recruit. Just learning everything that they do. He just really wanted to excel. You know, and he right out of high school. Join the Marines went off the boot. Graduated. There was a An honor to be able to witness that in October of 19. Uh, finally got his first deployment to Jordan and, uh, shortly thereafter, obviously, that was a lot of training. But shortly after that he got the call up to go to Took the bull. Obviously, his mother and I were terrified. He was excited. He he was so focused on training and doing what the Marines can do. We want to make sure he honed in on his skills on that, but now he finally get the opportunity. To put it into action. And I had, of course that Dad and son talk about how serious this is and He said. Don't worry. You know, we all got each other's backs here. He said. Okay, you know, and he went there and finally got to do what he really wanted to do, which was make a difference and help people. And the archaic. Oh, Officer. Martinez was nice enough to share quote with me from Ronald Reagan. Really hit home, he said. Most people will spend a lifetime trying to make sure trying to find out if they made a difference in this world. Marines don't have that problem. My Marine did not have that problem. Darren's Marine does not have that problem. None of them do. All these guys are heroes, and they evolved made a huge difference in this world. They defend our liberties and freedom and let me let me just say on a personal level to both of you. Um I'm so sorry. I am so so very sorry. There's no words that I can speak to you that can take away your pain. I can't. I wish I could. You know, As a parent, I can only imagine. What if you're living it? I'm sure it's very different. And I, You know, I've met many, many gold star families over the years and I always wonder in my mind. How do you ever recover? And I even asked people how do you get up every day? And they just say that they would our kids would want us to and it's but but they acknowledge then their life changes forever. Both of your lives last week changed forever. And I know I speak for this large radio audience wearing like 665 stations in Sirius XM, and I'm just telling you, everybody's listening down to both of you. And they feel as I do their second saddened. They know that I won't get too political here. But this was so preventable. Darren. Um please tell. I know your your son is named after you, Darren. Taylor Hoover, but he I understand. He went by the name of of Taylor. And you know you're the one that said no parent should have to bury their sons and daughters that your son had the biggest heart in the world and he was about to retire, and Marius fiancee, Nicole. Yes, he was. Yes, He was, um you know, growing up, he he had the biggest heart very compassionate towards people very loving, very caring, Very understanding. He he had all of that be. Beyond his years, In my opinion, um, after 9 11 happened. He was 11 years old at the time that happened and He said, Right then and there. I'm going to do something about this ad. You know, being 11 years old, I'm like, Well, okay, alright. That's a good goal to shoot for, Um, and when he was also in high school..

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on World News This Week

"Back home this week the remains of those thirteen. Us servicemembers killed in the suicide explosion. Outside kabul airport were crowds of afghans. Were desperate to leave the country here again. Abc's martha raddatz president biden and the first lady dressed in black for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave. Danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate marineland corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death. She was featured cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport writing on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe juhani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last face time with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. She realized that they all just went together

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13 Fallen Military Members Arrive Back to U.S. Soil

World News This Week

01:51 min | 9 months ago

13 Fallen Military Members Arrive Back to U.S. Soil

"Back home this week the remains of those thirteen. Us servicemembers killed in the suicide explosion. Outside kabul airport were crowds of afghans. Were desperate to leave the country here again. Abc's martha raddatz president biden and the first lady dressed in black for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave. Danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate marineland corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death. She was featured cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport writing on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe juhani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last face time with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. She realized that they all just went together

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

07:58 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Karnak's real offers real fast news roundup information overload hour eight hundred nine four one. Sean you wanna be a part of the program. Untold of americans now at the basically their lives are in the hands of radical terrorists. You know and the whims of these terrorists. And what i think could possibly happen. I don't even want to express publicly. This is a very smart audience. We all know what the possibilities are. The idea that we'd ever leave an american behind goes against every single solitary fiber might being joe biden. Said what we'd leave. Nobody behind one of the savage things in all of this to me. Well whenever there's a loss of life sad right we value life will pro-life. We know life is gift we know. I believe in natural law our rights. Our life comes from a gotta creator father and we're endowed by that creator and as part of this the idea that we didn't we saw the taliban on the march is early as march and we saw them on the march and april and we saw vast portions of the country province after province literally basically being not offended by the great afghan army. That joe was branded bragging about mid july And then we saw may june july even and we waited for the taliban takeover hobble and we put joe biden bragwell. We have control the airport washington. Post says there's a report out now that actually the taliban offered us to have kabul to get all the people out and and he said no then they formed the perimeter. If you can't if you don't control the perimeter to the airport you don't control the city around the airport. How are you supposed to get your home. And now every diplomatic at at every diplomat every military person has now left afghanistan and we have americans now caught behind enemy lines in the lead up to this. We had this terror attack. That took place last week and you know we lost. Thirteen of our bravest are i. Call the kids their kids to me. I mean that's our national treasure. I have kids. My kids are out of their teenage years now. One of them is Lance corporal jared smits. He's twenty years. Old was one of thirteen marines killed that the karzai international airport last week and what was fascinating about his story. His father's going to join a sentiment. He'd been part of a group of marines was sent back to afghanistan. The specific reason to assist with the evacuation efforts his father mark joins us now and also joining us as darren. Hoover is thirty one year old son marine corps staff. Sergeant darren teller. Hoover is the oldest. Us servicemember killed on the twenty. Sixth of august is just last. Week was serving his third tour of duty in afghanistan at the time of his death and by the way is father said no parent should have to bury their their sons or daughters. It's not supposed to work that way. He was scheduled by the way to retire when he got home and mary his fiancee. Who's also devastated anyway. Marc schmitz and darren hoover. Thank you both for being with us. Thank you sir. Mark let i rather than ask any political questions right now limit. Let's talk about your son. One thing that caught my attention is he was sent back for these for this. Very reason to assist with the evacuation. This is something you you said that he always wanted to do. And i've never seen a young man train as hard as he did to be. The best soldiery could be hells about your son Who lost his life. He decided Firmly sophomore year so that he was going to enter the marine corps and began training Doing this kid didn't go to. the library. didn't do research. She didn't like school. You know but he jumped away a kid after my own heart. But god he He started googling you know. Workout regimen was for rankers. What basic Physical conditioning needs to be to get her bootcamp alive and conquer the crucible etcetera and he just started turning like crazy He was the type that didn't Have a driver's license right away. When he was sixteen so i would have to drive him up to the local marine office and he started training with them before he was even recruit just learning everything that they do he just really wanted to excel. You know yeah and he right out of high. School joined the marines off boot graduated. That was an honor to be able to witness that knocked over nineteen He finally got his first deployment to jordan and Shortly thereafter obviously that was a lot of training but shortly after that he got the call up to go to to Obviously his mother. And i were terrified. he was excited he. He was so focused on training. And and doing what the marines can do. We wanted to make sure he honed in on his skills on that but now finally got the opportunity to put it into action. And i had of course that dad and son talked about how serious this is and he said. Don't worry you know we all got each other's backs here said okay. you know. And he went there and finally got to do what he really wanted to do. Which is make a difference and help people and The archaic obser- martinez was nice enough to share with me from ronald reagan. That really hit home. He says most people spend a lifetime trying to make sure trying to find out if they made a difference in this world marines. Don't have that problem. My marine did not have that problem. Darren's marine does not have that problem. None of them do all. These guys are heroes. And they've made a huge difference in this world. They defend our liberties and freedom. And let me let me just say on a personal level to both of you I'm so sorry. I am so so very sorry. There's no words that i can speak to you. That can take away your pain. I can't i wish i could. I you know as a parent. I could only imagine if sure it's very different. And i know i've met many many gold star families over the years and i always wonder my mind. How do you ever recover. And i even asked people. How do you go get up every day. And they just say that they would. Our kids would want us to and it's put it but they acknowledged in their life changes forever. Both of your lives last week changed forever and i know i speak for this. Large radio audience were six hundred. Sixty five stations and sirius. Xm and i'm just telling you everybody's glistening down to both of you and they feel as i do. There sickened saddened. They know that. I won't get too political here. But this was so preventable. Darren Please i know your your son is named after you darren taylor hoover but he i understand went by the name of of taylor and you know you're the one that said no parent should have to bury their sons and daughters that your son is the biggest heart in the world and he was about to retire. Maria's fiancee nicole was he was You know growing up he. He had the biggest heart Very compassionate towards people Very loving very caring very understanding he. He had.

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

04:12 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Sipc gotta be the hardest thing We're gonna continue our discussion with mark. Schmitz he lost his twenty year old son lance corporal jared schmitz and darren. Hoover lost his thirty one year. Old marine corps staff. Sergeant darren taylor hoover Who is about to leave. The service said and retire and maria's fiancee. I mean it's it. These are thirteen individuals. We lost about twenty five hundred all told and ghanistan and i can tell you having spoken with so many people that did tours of duty gold star families that lost loved ones those with the most severe injuries that they got in afghanistan and iraq and they're all dislike. Why why did you do this to us. Why do you. Why do you start wars. Lose them politicize them in pull us out. You know with the new modern weaponry we have. It would not have been hard. Wouldn't have even taken one boot on the ground. Little intelligence only and as the taliban was on the march taking over large geographical portions of afghanistan in march april may june july. It would not have been hard to strike at them and push them back hard. They would have stopped that maneuver. They wouldn't have made to cobble and we could have gotten everyone out before. The taliban got kabul are more with mark. Smits and darren hoover two dads goldstar. Dad's when we continue. I twenty five till the top of the hour toll. Free number eight hundred nine. Four one sean of final thoughts as we continue From our last half hour mark schmidt's he lost his twenty year old son lance corporal. Jared smith's one of the thirteen marines killed of the bombing at karzai international airport in kabul last week Darren hoover's with us. He lost his thirty one year. Old marine corps staff sergeant. Son darren taylor. Hoover darren. I'm i'll let you say anything you want to say about your son. You did meet biden at dovers and if you wanna talk about a fine if you don't i don't care now. We didn't meet him We talked it over as a family and decided that we we didn't want anything to do with him We felt like that's what would want us to do now. Don't get me wrong. Pay there was over there. He was doing his job. He was leading his marines. And going from and we've heard this from a bunch of friends Through different channels are a bunch of his his man through different channels through friends and families that he was going around to each of his marines. That were in that firefight prior to the The suicide bomber going around each of his marines keeping them on track on targets of the firefight making sure they all had the amunition that they need making sure they were staying focused staying in the fight. That's who he is a natural born leader from from his early years up through the marine corps. He's always been that from his football team Through high school or junior high but actually elementary school school and high school He was one of the leaders on the field Like i said before. He's very loving very caring but it went when it came to doing the job that he needed to do. He got right down to the brass tacks and and helped build up. the marines. That he was in charge of there was particular moran. I forgive me. I can't remember his name.

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

The Sean Hannity Show

03:28 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Four one sean. You want to be a part of the program untold. Hundreds of americans Now at basically their lives are in the hands of radical terrorists and the whims of these terrorists. And what i think could possibly happen. I don't even want to express publicly. This is a very smart audience. We all know what the possibilities are. The idea that we'd ever leave an american behind goes against every single solitary fiber in my being joe biden. Said what we'd leave nobody behind one of the saddest things in all of this to me. Well whenever there's a loss of life at sad right we we value life. Pro-life we know. Life is a gift we know. I believe in natural law our rights. Our life comes from a gotta creator of father and we're endowed by that creator and as part of this the idea that we didn't we saw the taliban on the march is early as march and we saw the march and april and we saw vast portions of the country province after province literally basically being not defended by the great afghan army. The joe was brad bragging about mid july And then we saw may june july even and we waited for the taliban takeover cobble and we. Joe biden brag. We have controlled the the airport. Washington post says is a report out now that actually the taliban offered us to have kabul to get all the people out and he said no then they formed the perimeter. If you can't if you don't control the perimeter to the airport and you don't control the city around the airport. How are you supposed to get your people home. And now every diplomatic at every diplomat every military person has now left afghanistan and we have americans now caught behind enemy lines in the lead up to this. We had this terror attack took place last week and you know we lost thirteen of our bravest are i. Call the kids their kids to me. I mean that's our national treasure. I have kids by. Kids are out of their teenage years now. One of them is lance corporal. Jared smits he's twenty years old was one of thirteen marines killed that the karzai international airport last week and what was fascinating about his story. His father is going to join in of sentiment it. He had been part of a group of marines. I was sent back to afghanistan to the specific reason to assist with the evacuation efforts. His father mark joins us now and also joining us as darren. Hoover is thirty one year. Old son marine corps staff. Sergeant darren taylor. Hoover was the oldest. Us servicemember killed on the twenty. Sixth of august is just last. Week was serving his third tour of duty in afghanistan at the time of his death and by the way is father said no parent should have to bury their their sons or daughters. It's not supposed to work that way. He was scheduled by the way to retire when he got home and mary his fiancee. Who's also devastated anyway. Marc schmitz and darren hoover. Thank you both for being with us. Thank you mark. Let i rather than asked any political questions right now limit..

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

05:18 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on Nightline

"It is the commander in chief who ultimately makes the decision where to send people why to send them his own son served. It is not his fault. There was a terrorist attack but every commander in chief knows that they are the ones who send the military so that hangs heavy in their heart. The mccollum family went to delaware on sunday to receive riley's caskets. It was too difficult for me to speak really to any of the other families but he died hero and he died doing what he wanted to be doing. And i can't ask for any more than that. The mccollum family now one of thirteen families. Grieving marine corps sergeant johann. -i rosario staff sergeant darren taylor hoover marine corps. Corporal hunter lopez marine corps corporal. Degan william taylor page marine corps lance corporal. David espinosa navy corpsman maxon soviak marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz marine corps corporal. Umberto sanchez marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal. Kareem nicoli army staff sergeant nas marine sergeant nicole g. She was just twenty three years old featured in a defense department photo cradling and afghan baby posting.

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on Nightline

"They were the last to die in america's longest war eleven marines one army soldier and a navy cormon and they came home this weekend honored by a grieving nation. Here's abc's chief. Global affairs correspondent martha raddatz a solemn heartbreaking day at dover air force base in delaware. The fallen include eleven marines a navy hospital cormon and an army soldier all of them. So young. The country pausing to mourn to honor their sacrifice marine lance corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine. Sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death she was featured in this photo. Cradling an afghan baby at the kabul airport writing on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city at thirty one the oldest his father calling him one heck of a leader army staff sergeant ryan nas. Twenty-three marine corporal hunter lopez twenty two marine lance corporal riley mccollum twenty of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal. Dylan merola twenty marine lance corporal. Kareem nicole way. Twenty from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corp. dagan william tyler page. Twenty-three marine sergeant joe. Rosario picado twenty-five marine corp. umberto sanchez twenty-two relents corporal. Jared schmitz twenty navy. Cormon maxed in soviak twenty to his father told a reporter that in the last facetime with their son. His mother told him to be safe. He said don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. She now realizes that they all just went together. A nation paying tributes. That's not line for tonight. Good night america. When i am nipsy also from la from thirty for thirty podcasts. In the undefeated this is the king of crenshaw. I'll be honest. I want him inspired and influenced by new. It was a celebration of blackness. We're not just here to entertain about the impact that you're putting on a community in. When he earned enough to lee. He stayed a story of basketball hip. Hop rapper nazi hustle. Life is really a marathon. Listen now on sirius. Xm pandora stitcher or wherever you get your pockets..

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"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

05:26 min | 9 months ago

"darren taylor hoover" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"A quote substantial amount of explosive material and posed an imminent threat to the airport. A large plume of smoke was visible. This is the second us strike. I'm isis k. Since the attack that killed thirteen american servicemembers and dozens of afghans tonight. How many americans are still hoping to get out of afghanistan. Here's our senior foreign correspondent ian panel from cutter tonight with less than forty eight hours to go. Smoke rising outside kava land as the. Us strikes is k. Militants for the second time the military revealing an unmanned drone struck vehicle niqab lamport eliminating an imminent isis k. Threats the vehicle believed to be carrying a substantial amount of exclusive material an afghan official telling. Abc news that six civilians were killed. Four of them children the attack just a day after another us. Drone strike in nangarhar province took out to high level isis k. members of planner and facilitator and injured a third fighter. The fact that two of these individuals are no law while longer walking on the face of the earth. That's a good thing. The strikes bringing new urgency to the evacuation mission hundreds once again clamoring that the gates to the airport desperate as the final drawdown of us troops gets underway. The state department today again warning americans to stay away citing specific credible threats surrounding the airfield only fifty. Us citizens making it out of kabul in the last twenty four hours. Roughly two hundred fifty still seeking to get out. This is the most dangerous time in an already extraordinarily dangerous mission these last couple of days and so we will do everything possible to keep To keep people safe but the risk is very high. David will just two more days left. It's clear that some of those who recite lies to help the mission and now going to be left behind. Us officials said they're working on alternative routes. But that's little comfort to those. We've spoken to who too nice a raton. Feeling abandoned and afraid david ian panel reporting and again tonight. Thank you in and now here at home tonight and that solemn scene today the dignified transfer for those thirteen american heroes coming home today. Here's our global. Affairs correspondent martha raddatz. It is one of the most profound and solemn responsibilities for a commander in chief today. The president watching thirteen flag-draped remains of thirteen fallen service members. Returning home to us soil. All just infants or children. When america's longest war began making the ultimate sacrifice as our country's involvement in the war comes to a tragic end president biden and the first lady dressed in black arriving this morning at dover air force base for his first dignified transfer as president. These young courageous americans placing themselves in grave danger at the abbey gate of kabul's airport to protect american citizens and afghans trying to evacuate thursday becoming the single deadliest day for the american military in afghanistan in over a decade tonight. The country hosing to mourn to honor their sacrifice. Marine lance corporal. David espinosa just twenty years old marine sergeant nicole g. twenty three years old days before her death she was featured in this photo cradling. An afghan baby at the kabul airport riding on instagram. I love my job. Marine staff sergeant. Darren taylor hoover from salt lake city. His father calling him. One heck of a leader. Army staff sergeant ryan nas marine corporal hunter lopez marine lance corporal riley mccollum of jackson wyoming was just weeks away from becoming a father marine lance corporal dylan merola marine lance corporal kareem nicoli from nor co california. His father saying he did not hesitate to be called to duty marine corporal. Deacon william tyler page marine sergeant. Joe hani rosario picado marine corporal umberto sanchez marine lance corporal. Jared schmitz navy. Cormon maxed in soviak. His father told a reporter that in the last facetime with their son when his mother told him to be safe he said. Don't worry mom my guys got me. They won't let anything happen to me. Today she realized that they all just went together. Martha raddatz with us tonight. Martha an incredibly solemn day and we were watching you on the air with this today and it's impossible to imagine you know what these families are going through and what they'll go through for years to come and of course. I know the question. Now how to protect the us servicemembers still in kabul with just two days now until this august thirty first deadline to get americans to get afghans. Who helped the us to get these us servicemen and women out david the priority right now is keeping those service members who remain in kabul safe even while they evacuate more american citizens and afghan.

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