Richard Dupont (Civilian)

Gender: Male
Hometown: South Carolina
Military Status: Veteran
About Me:
Richard was killed while crossing the street in El Paso, Texas on September 20th 2003. He is survived by his 3 children of Richard Dupont jr (16), Jeremy Dupont (11) and Vanessa Dupont (14), all whom reside with their mother Tina Durocher in Washington State, Parents- Sylvia and Dean Dupont, Sister Lisa Holley, Steven Dupont and Dean Dupont Jr. All of Charleston, South Carolina. Richard was so upset that he was retiring and wanted to help people. He felt bad and guilty about all of his friends that were being sent to Iraq. He worried about all of you. He really wanted to be with you. He is now their with you in spirit. Let me say to you on his behalf that he loves you guys. Hang in there. I will also be praying for everyone's safe return as well.

Richard was an awesome man. His military awards include: Army Commendation Medal (1 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (1 OLC), Good Conduct Medal (2 OLC, National Defense Service Medal (2 OLC), Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (2), Army Service Ribbon, and Overseas Service Ribbon (1 OLC). He was also Air Assault qualified.

Richard's Assignment History

Fort Bliss, Texas
Unit: 31st ADA Brigade
2001 2004
Camp Stanley, Korea
Unit: HHB 5/5 ADA Battalion
2000 2001
Fort Hood, Texas
Unit: 1/44 ADA
1998 2000
Camp Stanley, Korea
Unit: 61st ADA
1996 1998
Fort Polk, Louisiana
Unit: 44th ADA, 2nd ACR
1993 1996
Unit: 5-2nd ADA
1992 1993
Unit: HHB 5-44th ADA
1991 1992
Unit: HHB 3-5 ADA
1990 1991
Fort Lewis, Washington
Unit: Charlie Battery, 1-44 ADA
1987 1990
Fort Campbell, Kentucky
Unit: 1/321st Field Artillery
1985 1987
Garrison Grafenwoehr
Unit: B Battery, 29th Field Artillery
1984 1985

Richard's Salutes

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Tamie Towers
Tamie Towers said on 02/21/2012 at 04:24 am
I'll Go (A Soldiers Oath) - I would like to share with you, a music video dedicated to all soldiers called - I'll Go (A Soldiers Oath) - by Kelly's Lot - It is a tribute to all veterans, and is well worth watching - Here's the link: (this is not a download, simply a link to a YouTube video) - - Or you can copy & paste (or type) the following link into your address bar: - To each and every veteran - Thank You - I salute you - Tamie L. Towers - Patriot - - P.S. My dear friend Kelly Zirbes of Kelly's Lot wrote and performed this song and has given permission for the video to be shared and/or embedded anywhere.

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