Forward Operating Base Bostick (FOB Bostick), previously called FOB Naray, is a U.S. military outpost in the Kunar Province of Afghanistan. In July 2008, the name of the base was changed in memory of Major Thomas Bostick, who was killed in action.
Personnel[edit | edit source]
Units deployed to FOB Bostick have included:
- U.S. Army special forces
- 3-71 Cavalry Regiment (RSTA)(2006-2007)
- 4-25 Field Artillery (2006-2007)
- 6-4 Cavalry Regiment (2008-2009)
- 3-61 Cavalry Regiment (2009-2010)
- 1-32 Cavalry Regiment (2010-2011)
- 1-12 Infantry Regiment (2012)
- 122nd Aviation Support Battalion
- 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade
- 82nd Airborne
- 91st Cavalry Regiment Nell
- 4th Infantry Division
- 2/27 Infantry Regiment
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References[edit | edit source]
- Staff Sgt. Brandon Aird, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs Office (2008-07-11). "Afghanistan base renamed in honor of commander who died in combat". http://www.army.mil/article/10807/afghanistan-base-renamed-in-honor-of-commander-who-died-in-combat/. "Forward Operating Base Naray here was renamed FOB Bostick to honor and remember a commander who died leading his Soldiers in combat."
- Risner, Lamont (1). "The Red Warrior Path". p. 8. http://www.scribd.com/doc/98847527/The-Red-Warrior-Path-June-2012. Retrieved 13 June 2013. "Unit Address Listing"
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