WAUKESHA - Garry Frost said there are more words than he could speak
about his son Christopher’s too few years.
"He wasn’t with us long enough. What really is 24 years?"
Air Force Staff Sgt. Christopher Frost, 24, a Waukesha native and
father of two, died Monday while deployed to support security forces in
Iraq when the helicopter he was in crashed during a dust storm, according
to military officials.
"The Air Force lost a great airman, the country lost a great
patriot and Wisconsin lost a great cheesehead," said his friend and
former supervisor, Morgan O’Brien.
Frost was deployed to Iraq with the 377th Air Base Wing out of Kirtland
Air Force Base, N.M. He died in the helicopter crash along with seven
members of the Iraqi Air Force near Bayji, Iraq. The cause of the crash is
Stationed in Iraq since September, Frost worked with the Multi-National
Security Transition Command in Iraq, the group training Iraqi security
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