San Diego’s Benghazi victims honored at Mt. Soledad Memorial on Memorial Day in La Jolla

Navy SEAL Capt. Jason Ehret, a close friend of Glen Doherty, gives the keynote address.

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Photo by Greg Wiest


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Glen A. Doherty of Encinitas and Tyrone S. Woods of Imperial Beach are former Navy SEALs and Libya Embassy security personnel who served the United States with honor and distinction. They made the ultimate sacrifice on Sept. 12, 2012, defending the U.S. Diplomatic Post and the CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya. The bravery of Doherty, 42, and Woods, 41, helped save the lives of 20 staff members when they took up arms in an effort to protect the facilities as they were attacked and killed by insurgents. Plaques to the war heroes were dedicated at the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial in La Jolla on Memorial Day, May 27, 2013.
Greg Wiest

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