Remembering SPC Tautolo

[courtesy photo]

Not long ago Howard Molipe and Aumua Amata hung yellow ribbons at the Army Reserve in Tafuna for his nephew SPC Tofiga Tautolo, one of Manu'a High School's greats, who was then serving in Afghanistan.

Just over two weeks ago, on May 27, 2012 SPC Tautolo was killed in an IED blast in Afghanistan while serving his fourth tour in the Middle East.

Our hearts and prayers go out to his parents, his mentor and teacher Howard Molipe, his buddies who served with him, his entire family and friends. American Samoa will never forget you and the ultimate sacrifice you made to keep us free, SPC Tautolo.

May your soul Rest In Peace.


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