Operation Iraqi Freedom, Fallen Heroes, Iraq War 03/19/03

Scott R Ball

Carlisle, Pennsylvania

August 27, 2007

Age Military Rank Unit/Location
38 Army MSgt

55th Brigade, Pennsylvania Army National Guard

Scranton, Pennsylvania

 Died at Forward Operating Base Naray, Afghanistan, from wounds suffered when insurgents attacked their unit during combat operations in Jalalabad, Afghanistan. 

Master Sgt. Scott Ball of Carlisle, Pennsylvania was a graduate of West Perry Senior High School and received an associate's degree from Harrisburg Area Community College. Scott was an eight year veteran of the Pennsylvania State Police and last assigned to Troop H in Carlisle. He had been with the Pennsylvania National Guard since 1992. He graduated from the State Police Academy as a member of the 106th Cadet Class on March 25, 2000. He was assigned to the Patrol Unit at Troop K, Philadelphia, following graduation. He later served at stations in Media, York and Chambersburg before joining the Carlisle station on July 6, 2002. His stations included Media, York, and Chambersburg before joining the Carlisle station on July 6, 2002. He was a member of the State Police Motorcycle Unit and served as a field-training officer who mentored new troopers. Scott held a pilot license with Harrisburg Jet Center; and was a volunteer fire fighter with the Shermans Dale Fire Dept. He had many achievements and accomplishments. He enjoyed family, friends, dirt track racing, football, music and traveling. His affiliations were with Blue Knights, Harley Owners Group, Aircraft Owners and Pilots Assoc., and the FOP; and belonged to the Sara Evans fan club. 

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