This Memorial Page Established by-Terry Henderson
In Honor Of CW 2 Miles Parker Henderson
Miles was born in Amarillo, TX but always called Canadian, TX "home." He was a scholar
who hated school but was salutatorian of his class. He loved the camaraderie of his friends
more than anything. He had a huge heart full of compassion and drive. He worked harder to
accomplish his goals than anyone else. Always almost the smallest player in the district, he
fought to be the biggest encourager for his football teammates. He attended Western State
College in Colorado for one semester, that was until his ski lift ticket ran out! Then he
returned to Texas to work at Amarillo Artificial Limb and Brace with his dear friends and
mentors there. He enlisted because he loved God, his family and his country and was proud
and honored to serve each. He worked extremely hard to qualify for flight school and was
very proud of what he was doing. He leaves behind his parents, his sister and his wife and a
host of family and friends who love and miss him, but know that now,
specially now, in heaven, his motto- "No Worries" is absolutely true.
He was proud to be a part of the A company "Wolfpack" in the 1st Attack Reconnaissance
Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne based at Ft. Bragg N.C.
On November 6, 2006, near Tikrit Iraq Miles marched into heaven with his friend and mentor
John R. Priestner when their Apache Helicopter went down during bad weather while
returning to base from a mission.

November 05, 2018
Linda Trzybinski
Twelve years have passed since Miles' death but I remember him every year and pray that
time has softened the pain of his family. My deployed family members came home safe and
sound and I continue to pay homage to those who have not. God bless you all.

June 3, 2015
Al Perez
Miles and i served in Warrant Officer Candidate School together, often side by side.  I know
him personally and know first hand how great a person he was and how much he loved his
god, his family and his country.  I remember how fast he was on our daily runs around Ft.
Rucker and we both laughed about our experiences dealing with the rules of WOCS.   He was
a great person and a great soldier.  He is sorely missed and will never be forgotten.

November 06, 2013
Mary Lou Batlan and family
In memory of a Beloved Hero.  Miles is missed, for 7 years, now.  
We honor Miles memory with a gift of service to others,
Mary Lou and Family

May 31, 2011

Ms. Crane & Mrs. Martin's 4th Grade Class
Our class learned about CWO Miles Henderson and his service and sacrifice for our country.  
David, a student in our class, wrote...I am very sorry CWO Henderson died.  He was very
brave.  Please let his family know that I won't forget.

Ms. Crane & Mrs. Martin's 4th Grade Class
My name is Andrew and I am a 4th grade from Frisco, Texas.  I'm sorry that CWO Henderson
was killed in action.  He is never to be forgotten.  I am very thankful that he is brave and
served our country.

October 20, 2010
Cathy Cook
In Honor Of  CWO2 Miles Henderson
I did not have the honor of knowing Miles...from knowing his parents and sister and the type
of family he came from (Christian, loving, compassionate and patriotic)I have no doubt he
continues to look after his loved ones from Above.  What an incredible young man who
obviously touched the lives of all that he came in contact with.
Chief Warrant Officer
Miles P. Henderson
United States Army
KIA 06 November 2006, Iraq
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24, of Amarillo, Texas; assigned to the 1st Attack Reconnaissance Battalion, 82nd Combat
Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg, N.C.; died Nov. 6 of injuries sustained
when his AH-64 Apache helicopter crashed in Balad, Iraq. Also killed was Chief Warrant Officer
John R. Priestner.
Miles in front of his home
in NC on deployment day
CW2 Henderson in
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