Tributes

This Memorial Page Established by-Monty Slough/ Denton County Fallen Soldier's Memorial
In Honor Of Carlos A. Benitez
Hey Carlos,I was there when you were laid to rest and let me tell you that you and all the
other Fallen Hero's will never be Forgotten.  You are my younger brothers in arms and we will
be remembered forever! Our families cry now,but God will guide us all to the paths we are
given.  I am pride to have been able to know any thing about you brother and from now on,I
will tell all who ask the facts about Sgt. Carlos A. Benitez and what a Hero you were for our
country.  I will always be there for your family and if they need help I will be here for them  
Brother God speed and Bless Your Soul....

February 08, 2011
Monty Slough
My Fellow Brother,it has been just a short while since you left us,but; it will always seem like
yesterday to me. We Soldiers or Brothers;which ever they want to call us never forget one
another.  So, we fought different Wars,they were the same battles fighting the same bad
guys.  We all love Our Country and Our families,and will die for that cause of Freedom for
them. We know not fear, cause our God is with us and he makes our paths of Glory. Know
that you are a true Hero and god will comfort you and in time your family. And some day we
as soldiers and as families will all be together in the house of Our Lord.  
God Be With You, Brother.....
Sgt. Carlos A. Benitez
United States Army
KIA 14 October 2010, Afghanistan
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24, of Carrollton, Texas; assigned to the 7th Squadron, 10th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade
Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, Colo.; died Oct. 14 while conducting combat
operations between Moqur and Darreh-Ye-Bum, Afghanistan, of wounds sustained when
insurgents attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device. Also killed were Spc. Rafael
Martinez Jr. and Pfc. Tramaine J. Billingsley.