MAJ Curtis D. Feistner Bracelet (USMA '90)

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MAJ Curtis D. Feistner Bracelet (USMA '90)

25.00

MAJ Curtis Feistner was killed on February 21 st , 2002 in an MH-47 helicopter crash off the coast of the Philippines while supporting Operation Enduring Freedom Philippines.

Feistner grew up in Birchwood Village, Minnesota, made Eagle Scout, and graduated from White Bear Lake High School. Curt excelled in the United States Military Academy Class of 1990 where he served on 1st Regiment Staff and maintained membership in the Scuba Club, Marathon Club and Ski Club.

Curtis was assigned to Bravo Company, 214th Aviation Regiment in Hawaii where he made the time to compete as a Kona IRONMAN triathlete before joining the storied 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (SOAR).

Curtis specialized as a 160th MH-47 pilot and served in a variety of duty positions. Additionally, MAJ Feistner became the first commanding officer for Echo Company, the 160th SOAR’s first South Korea based MH-47E Heavy Assault Helicopter Company. Echo Company was one of the first units to deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom Philippines.

MAJ Curtis D. Feistner is survived by his mother Arlene, and his brothers Alan and Bruce. $10 from the sale of each MAJ Curtis D. Feistner bracelet will be donated to the USO.

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