Ullom, Aaron D., SN

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Last Rank
Seaman (E-3)
Last Primary Designator/NEC
HM-8404-Medical Field Service Technician/FMF Combat Corpsman
Last Rating/NEC Group
Hospital Corpsman
Primary Unit
2010-2011, HM-8404, 2nd Marine Regiment/3rd Bn (3/2)
Service Years
2009 - 2011
HM-Hospital Corpsman

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Casualty Info
Home Town
Midland, Michigan
Last Address
Buried at Midland City Cemetery, Midland, Michigan.

Casualty Date
Jul 12, 2011
Hostile, Died
Gun, Small Arms Fire
Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF)
Location of Interment
Midland City Cemetery - Midland, Michigan
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 Duty Stations
MCB Camp Lejuene2nd Marine Regiment/3rd Bn (3/2)
  2009-2011, HM-8404, II MEF
  2009-2011, MCB Camp Lejuene
  2010-2011, HM-8404, 2nd Marine Regiment/3rd Bn (3/2)
 Combat and Non-Combat Operations
  2001-2001 Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF)
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Last Known Activity
MIDLAND - Friends saw courage within Aaron Ullom long before he died at war in Afghanistan on Tuesday as a hospital corpsman in the U.S. Navy.
Ullom, 20, of Midland"was definitely brave," recalled Arielle Stoneburner, 20, of Midland, a friend of Aaron Ullom who graduated with him from Midland High School in 2009.
"I know there were times when somebody needed help with something and it seemed like the most ridiculous thing they needed done, or something you would never find anybody to do, and here'd come Aaron, coming down the road, wanting to do it," Stoneburner said.
Ware Smith Woolever Funeral Home of Midland is handling arrangements for Ullom, whose remains will arrive at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware on Thursday afternoon, according to the funeral home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
Stoneburner said relatives of Ullom said he was shot and killed by enemy fire Tuesday in Afghanistan.
Ullom had served as a Navy hospital corpsman since October of 2009, according to his online Facebook page.
"He was really a hard-driven kid," Stoneburner said." He was one of those kids where if you went up to him and asked him a question, he would find out the answer for you no matter how long he had to work on getting it.
"If you went up to him and said 'I bet you can't do something,' he'd say 'Watch me.'"
Before joining the Navy, Ullom worked at the Genji Japanese Steakhouse in Midland from 2007 to 2009, according to his Facebook page.
Karen Nizinski, manager of the steakhouse where Ullom worked as a busperson and helped in the kitchen, said Ullom "was a very pleasant boy to work with, a very nice young man who was well-mannered and responsible."
Ullom "was always really smart, and was always, like, the teacher's role model," said Amanda Alaniz, 20, of Midland, who graduated from Midland High in Ullom's class and met him in sixth grade when the pair attended Northeast Middle School, 1305 E. Sugnet.
"He was pretty quiet, but was really a nice, nice kid," Alaniz said. "He was always serious about his school work, I remember that. I loved it when our teachers made me his partner on a project in school."
While some students "would always want Aaron to do the whole project," Alaniz said she strived to do her share of the work. She recalled working on one of their projects over the weekend and showing the progress to Ullom one Monday.
"I remember the look on his face. It was, like, 'Oh, wow, thank you,' and he was really grateful," she said.
Friends of the late Aaron Ullom have created an online Facebook profile where visitors can share memories and pay tribute to the fallen sailor. The profile name is'R.I.P. Aaron Ullom.'
Seaman Aaron D. Ullom, 20, of Midland, Mich., died while conducting a dismounted patrol in the Now Zad district, Helmand province, Afghanistan, on July 12. He was assigned as a hospitalman to 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 8, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force at Camp Lejeune, N.C. He will be missed by his parents, Kevin and Debi Ullom of Midland; brothers, Sean Bartley of Midland, and Troy (Lissette) Vogel of Wyoming MI; nieces, Aryza, Zoey, and Suriah; five aunts; one uncle; and mother, Laurel Ullom of Detroit.

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