Sgt. Thomas P. McGee
United States Army
KIA 06 July 2007
23, of Hawthorne, Calif.; assigned to the 546th Military Police Company, 385th Military Police
Battalion, Fort Stewart, Ga.; died July 6 of wounds sustained when his vehicle struck an
improvised explosive device in Wazi Khwa, Afghanistan.

This Memorial Page Established by-Debbie Vaughn
In Honor Of Sgt. Thomas P. McGee

Sgt Thomas Patrick McGee, born and raised in the South Bay, passed away
on Friday, July 6, 2007 in Afghanistan. He was 23. Thomas had served
in the Army for 4 years. Thomas was a Graduate of Redondo Union High
School and attended El Camino College, pursuing a career in law
He is survived by parents, Tom and Sylvia McGee; brother, Corey McGee;
Sgt. Thomas P. McGee along with a loving extended family.
He was a dedicated soldier who served with honor.
Hometown: Hawthorne, California, U.S.
Age: 23 years old
Died: July 6, 2007 in Operation Enduring Freedom.
Unit: Army, 546th Military Police Company, 385th Military Police
Battalion, Fort Stewart, Ga.
Incident: Killed when his vehicle struck by a makeshift bomb in Wazi
Khwa, Afghanistan.
Related Links:
Hawthorne man killed in Afghanistan (, July 9, 2007)

February 1, 2012
Cindy Villarreal
My son Frank also served with Tom in Afghanistan. He and Tom bunked together over
there. My son talked of Tom often when he called home. He admired him very much. He was
also in the Humvee behind Toms. He remembers him with great respect. I am so sorry for
your loss! Tom is a True American Hero!

January 21, 2012
Melanie Ables
I wanted you to know that my son served with Thomas in Afghanistan and was very
touched by there friendship. He took his death very hard. He was in the vehicle behind
Thomas'. To this day he still wears a black bracelet bearing your son's name. My son is still
in Hinesville, GA, though he is out of the Army now. I wanted you to know that your son is
not forgotten and Kris thinks of him often. My family and I appreciate Thomas's service and
your and his sacrifice for our freedom.
Melanie Ables

March 01, 2010
Gilda Ray
In Honor Of  Sgt Thomas McGee
Hello i would like to cross stitch a war memorial for Sgt Thomas McGee.  Is there any way i
can get an address of his parents to request that this something they would want?  I feel it
would be an honor to do something for this family in memory of Sgt McGee.
Thank you Gilda
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