Black Widow

Named Black Widow and sporting #104, the name may bring up ideas of comic books and movies, but for those that know the story it means much more. Named after the UH-60 blackhawk that carried Master Sergeant Gary Gordon and Sergeant First Class Randy Shughart into the Battle of Mogadishu, where their actions saved the life of a downed helicopter pilot, but unfortunately cost them their own. Both soldiers were posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor. The numbering ‘104’ is in reference to October 4th, the day the Battle of Mogadishu ended. The car pays tribute to every soldier, sailor, marine, and airman that were injured or killed in the operation. Our newest car was generously donated by our own Charlie Adams for use by the new Indiana chapter.

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