From Weasel Zippers:
Ty and three other Americans were already abandoned once and left to die. Don’t let the same thing happen to their families. I am not sure if there are other arrangements being made for Glen Doherty’s family or not. Except for Glen’s Mother’s rebuke of Mitt Romney, the family has been very quiet on the issue. We’ll see what transpires—Dex
A worthy cause to say the least.
Retired Senior Chief Ty Woods led a distinguished Navy SEAL career for over 20 years. After retiring from the military Ty continued to serve his country in a different line of duty that included several deployments to various parts of the world for our national interests.
In his final moments, he lived and fought as he always did. Ty responded to the attack on the Benghazi consulate on September 11, 2012. He fought his way through the enemy and into the compound to defend State Department personnel from attack. Setting up a defensive position, Ty and his colleagues helped evacuate dozens of Americans from the consulate and to a safer position while continuing to defend against the onslaught.
Fighting until his last breath, Ty did what he always had; he inspired, led, helped and fought for the defenseless, for our country, and for us. Ty died as he would have wanted – with his sword in his hand. Ty leaves behind a wife and his young child.
The purpose of the memorial account is to fill the benefit gap his child would have received if Ty still had been an active duty SEAL. Because Ty was not an active duty SEAL but still performing special operations for his country, we are duty bound to give his child all the resources (counseling, survivor camps, educational assistance etc.) he needs to help him grow up without a father and understand that he is not alone and why Ty had to leave us early. To defend freedom.
Please note that we are currently only accepting donations online, thanks for your support.