In Lviv, they said goodbye to American volunteer Daniel Swift


American volunteer Daniel Swift said goodbye in Lviv

American volunteer Daniel Winnie Swift died in the war in Ukraine. Today, January 31, in Lviv, they said goodbye to the fallen warrior.

Daniel Winnie Swift fought in the International Legion and was awarded the Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky III degree. This is stated in the telegram channel of Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovoy.

An American volunteer died defending Ukraine

“Now the brave Navy SEAL is leaving on the last journey home,” said the mayor of Lviv.

He expressed his sincere condolences to the defender's family.

In Lviv, an American volunteer was said goodbye/Photo from Sadovoe's social networks

To stop these deaths, we need a powerful weapon. We appeal to the whole world not to put off later what can save lives today. During this year, we all have already understood that the only way to stop the war is by force,” Sadovyi emphasized.

The Mayor of Lviv calls on the West to provide Ukraine with modern weapons, namely tanks and fighters.

Daniel Winnie Swift died/Photo from Sadovoye's social networks

“Russia today is a wounded bear that needs to be driven into a den. And we can only do this by pooling all our resources,” Sadovyi added.

What is known about the US military/Photo from Sadovyi's social networks< /em>

What is known about the military

  • Swift, who was a 1st class special combat operations operator, died in Ukraine 18 January. The US Navy did not specify how he ended up in the war zone.
  • It is known that Daniel Swift deserted from the army in March 2019. After that, he was stripped of the sign of the “fur seal” – a trident, deciding that he did not meet the requirements for employees of the special forces.
  • The US State Department confirmed the recent death of a US citizen who fought in Ukraine, but did not provide any details about her circumstances.
  • Daniel Swift joined the Navy in 2005 and completed his SEAL training in 2006. During his time in the military, he received awards and honors for his service in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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