Who is "Stacey" that's at the end of Medal of Honor: Warfighter?
I didn't notice anyone from the actual game named Stacey, so was wondering who wrote the ending letter, if it was supposed to be a character from the game speaking, or someone in real life.
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
“Real life super heroes exist; they walk among us every day, ready to defend our great nation and its citizens in a moment’s notice. They are husbands, fathers, brothers and sons capable of staring death in the face and still come home to rock their newborn infant to sleep in the same day
This kind of warrior cannot be manufactured or purchased. They are born into this life, blessed with a higher sense of purpose, and the understanding of exactly what their fate may hold. We chose to share this life with them because we would rather love an extraordinary man for a brief moment, than spend a lifetime with a man far more ordinary.
You can never be prepared for certain events in life, they change you, and their consequences turn you world upside down. Meeting your husband’s casket as he makes his final journey home. The prospect of raising your children alone. Living the rest of your days without the one person that loved you unconditionally and never let you down. In truth, these men never let anyone down, which is why they are no longer here today.
These amazing warriors chose to spend their brief but amazing lives with us. We raise their children. We honor and remember them, we live in the present and we look to the future. They knew we would have the strength to carry on in the face of tragedy, and to become stronger, more amazing versions of ourselves. They knew we would never be defined by their passing but inspired by their memory to live more fully and to make each moment we are given count.
-Stacey”— this is the last quote displayed at the end of Medal of Honor Warfighter. Stacey is a young widow of a Naval Special Forces operator who had passed in 2005. brings me to tears almost every time.Source(s): http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/moh
- Anonymous5 years ago
I'd probably go for Medal of Honour: Warfighter. The last Call of Duty game i played was Black Ops, and while Call of Duty 4 was a great game the series has felt like the same thing year after year for a while now. :) I'd go for Battlefield 3 over MOH: Warfighter though.
- 8 years ago
William Bradford Stacy (March 4, 1838 – May 3, 1921) was a United States Navy sailor and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration, the Medal of HonorSource(s): wiki
- 7 years ago
Actually the quote is from Stacey Freiwald at the funeral of her husband, Jason, a Navy seal killed in action on September 11th, 2008.
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truley cod black ops is nice for little kids, but for pretty old teen agers bf3 is better, i have a friend 43years old who likes bf3 and always play it because it is serious and strategic. however, i believe black ops2 will better, or if you're really fed up with teyarch and ea, you my get mw3 which is not to nice but better than nothing.