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Fallen Warrior: Master Sgt. Ronnie Walker

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  • 81st Training Wing Public Affairs

For our Fallen Warrior commemoration this week, we remember Fairhope, Alabama native U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Ronnie Walker, 403rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron member.

He served his country honorably in the Air Force for over 31 years. Walker received commendations for his military service in Germany, Guam, Panama and Iwo Jima.

He worked for many years at Mobile Aerospace Engineering at Brookley Field. He was active with the Wounded Warrior Program, participating in many activities with the organization. Ronnie also served his community for over 20 years with the Mobile Fire and Rescue, serving as captain of Station 12 at the time of his death.

Walker passed away on Friday, January 2, 2015.

Editor's note: The Fallen Warrior series highlights Fallen Warriors who exemplify our core values and paid the ultimate sacrifice. Take a moment to honor this week’s hero.