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Most knew him as Special Forces Sgt. Leon Mroz, aka, “Rozy” .
I knew him as Uncle Lee, my hero.

There is an incredible amount of stories & facts I could share
about this extraordinary man, I’ll simply share these two;

- Sgt. Mroz completed over 2,000 career parachute jumps.
- Sgt. Mroz served three complete, consecutive tours in Vietnam.

This fine gentleman loved his God, family and Country – he served
all three.

Uncle Lee, you will be missed and never forgotten.

God bless all our Heroes this Memorial Day.








 

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Most knew him as Special Forces Sgt. Leon Mroz, aka, “Rozy” .
I knew him as Uncle Lee, my hero.

There is an incredible amount of stories & facts I could share
about this extraordinary man, I’ll simply share these two;

- Sgt. Mroz completed over 2,000 career parachute jumps.
- Sgt. Mroz served three complete, consecutive tours in Vietnam.

This fine gentleman loved his God, family and Country – he served
all three.

Uncle Lee, you will be missed and never forgotten.

God bless all our Heroes this Memorial Day.









Just bringing this amazing mans story to the top.
It really is a must read.
 

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Most knew him as Special Forces Sgt. Leon Mroz, aka, “Rozy” .
I knew him as Uncle Lee, my hero.

There is an incredible amount of stories & facts I could share
about this extraordinary man, I’ll simply share these two;

- Sgt. Mroz completed over 2,000 career parachute jumps.
- Sgt. Mroz served three complete, consecutive tours in Vietnam.

This fine gentleman loved his God, family and Country – he served
all three.

Uncle Lee, you will be missed and never forgotten.

God bless all our Heroes this Memorial Day.








I remember the thread you started a couple years ago where he had passed away that night. Seemed like a great man.
 

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I remember the thread you started a couple years ago where he had passed away that night. Seemed like a great man.

He truly was a "great man" in every sense.

When I say he served his family, God & country,
I mean it - he really did. The men who served under
him, loved & trusted him.

It warms my heart to know there are still great men
like him today in our military.
 
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