Marc Good, squatting front left, and Pfc. Todd Blackburn, beside him, who was seriously wounded during one mission, is pictured with other members of their platoon, known as "Chalks."
Pvt. Marc Good, a medic with the 3rd Ranger Battalion, gets ready to exit his Black Hawk helicopter during a military strike in Mogadishu, Somalia, on the Horn of Africa in October 1993. He's the soldier looking at the camera.
Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part story about Marc Good’s experiences in Somalia and the “Black Hawk Down” incident.
Several years after graduating from Venice High School in 1988, Marc Good joined the Army. He became a medic in Bravo Company, 3rd Army Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment.
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