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Dale I. Beatty

Staff Sergeant

North Carolina Army National Guard


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North Carolina Army National Guard

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Infantry Squad Leader and Readiness NCO



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John and Dale joined the North Carolina National Guard in 1996. During their service to our nation both Gallina and Beatty had the opportunity to respond to calls from the Governor of North Carolina to help victims of Hurricane Fran and Hurricane Floyd. It was through those experiences that they gained their humanitarian passion and spirit. They also responded to the call of duty from the President of the United States to defend our country against terrorism serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom. They were both 25 years old at the time. THE WAR IN IRAQ DEFINED BOTH GALLINA AND BEATTY [cached]

Gallina (age 35) and his partner Dale Beatty (age 35) reached across generational lines to help older veterans that have aged in place in their homes.
Gallina and co-founder Dale Beatty both enlisted in October 2003 in the North Carolina National Guard. They were both deployed to Iraq in January 2004. On November 15, 2004 Gallina and Beatty were on a mission near Bayji, Iraq when the vehicle they were riding in hit an anti-tank mine that exploded leaving Beatty a double amputee below the knees and Gallina suffered serious head and back injuries. Thomas mentored the Co-founders of Purple Heart Homes - Dale Beatty and John Gallina increasing financial support 600% in the first year of working together. [cached]

Dale Beatty pauses between phases Garand Match.
Beatty competed in the CMP Games Events at the National Matches. Dale Beatty, 29, of Statesville, North Carolina lost both of his legs below the knees when the Humvee he was driving in northern Iraq struck an anti-tank mine on 14 November, 2004. Beatty was the most severely wounded of the four guardsmen aboard. He was serving full time with the North Carolina National Guard running an armory prior to deployment with an artillery unit. "Over there we were basically infantry and I was a squad leader," Beatty said. Married for seven years and the father of two sons, Beatty was eventually transferred to Walter Reed Army Medical Center where he underwent treatment and rehabilitation for a year. "JJ has been coaching me ever since," Beatty said. Beatty said the M1 Garand rifle was a very special gift. "The historical aspect and connection between that and my family is what really made that gift mean something to me," Beatty added. "As a veteran, we get a lot more respect than the guys from wars past. Somebody might buy you dinner if they see you out, but getting a rifle is special. That's something that I can pass on to my kids." Regarding his disability, Beatty was upbeat. "When the newer guys come in and see how well we're doing, it's easier for them get over it and get on with their lives, even with a disadvantage, even with the prosthetics." "I can't be as physical as I used to be, but I can still come out here and enjoy this sport. I'm hoping to grow it and I think we are. Two of the guys that were in my squad in Iraq are members of our club," Beatty said.

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Warrior Open Warrior Open Dale Beatty Staff Sergeant, North Carolina National Guard (Retired) Dale Beatty, age thirty two, served in all positions of his Field Artillery Unit until 2003 when he was selected to become the full time National Guard Readiness Non-commissioned officer (NCO) for the Statesville Unit. Beatty was deployed to Iraq in 2004 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. There, his unit was attached directly to the 1st Infantry Division near Bayji, Iraq. On November 15, 2004, while on a patrol route that was littered with highly active insurgent operations, the vehicle Beatty was riding in was ripped apart by anti-tank mines. The explosion was so severe that it left Beatty a double amputee below the knees. Thanks to support from the Iredell Homes Builders Association and many members from the Statesville, N.C. community and surrounding areas, a specially adapted barrier-free home was built for Beatty and his family. Beatty served as the general contractor as the home was being constructed. Beatty, his wife Belinda and their two children Dustin and Lucas enjoy a close family life. In addition, Beatty enjoys playing the drums in a band called 'Southern Fried,' where weekend gigs fulfill his love and passion for music.

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