Military Police Officer Brian Thomas Gleason

Military Police Officer Brian Thomas Gleason

United States Army Military Police Corps, U.S. Government

End of Watch Wednesday, August 9, 2000

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Brian Thomas Gleason

Private Brian Gleason was killed in a single car accident while on patrol at Fort Polk, Louisiana.

Private Gleason, assigned to the 209th Military Police Company, was the passenger in the post police car when it overturned. The other officer in the vehicle was able to escape and call for assistance.

Private Gleason had served as a law enforcement officer for six months. He was an only child and is survived by his mother and father, who is a 20-year veteran of law enforcement.

Bio

  • Age 20
  • Tour 6 months
  • Badge Not available
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Automobile crash
  • Location Louisiana

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Brian, I love and miss you so very much. It is coming up on 21 years and still seems like yesterday. The pain never ends and I think about you every single day that passes. The could have been, should have been, and still the what if’s and why’s. I still talk about you and make sure your two nephews know who you were. I can’t help but to think of all the things that we have missed out on as a family and by now what your own family would have been like. God does not make mistakes and I still trust Him even though I don’t understand. One day I will hold you in my arms again and until then I send you my love on butterfly wings.
Love you Mom.

Thank you Mr. Gordon and I still think of you, your family, and remember your son also. I will never forget your kindness you have shown to our family.

Tammy Persin
Mother

June 29, 2021

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