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Operation Bald Eagle is about serving the men and women who serve to protect us in their time of need. We believe that these patriot's and their immediate families should be honored by their service to our communities and our country. It is because of these patriot's that our nation is what it is today. We are committed to being a 911 response to our heroes when called upon.

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  • April 7, 2014

    We Need You! Utah County Sheriff’s Department

    Operation Bald Eagle is partnering with local businesses and individuals to help honor the memory of Sgt. Cory Wride (killed in an ambush) on January 30th, 2014. And dedicate to Deputy Greg Sherwood shot in the head during an ambush that day. We are creating a state-of-the-art K-9 center to be named: The Wride-Sherwood K-9 […]

  • February 15, 2014

    Special Memorial for the Fallen

    Operation Bald Eagle will be delivering a special memorial for the fallen Utah County Sheriff’s Office: Sgt. Cory Wride (who was previously on the K-9 unit just prior to his promotion to Sergeant) and current K-9 Deputy Greg Sherwood in the next couple of weeks. KUTV Channel 2 News has agreed to be a part […]

  • February 15, 2014

    Utah County Deputy Greg Sherwood On The Road To Recovery

    It’s been about a week and a half since the shooting that claimed the life of Utah County Deputy Sgt. Cory Wride.

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Honoring the Fallen

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    Lt. Christopher McOmber

    Christopher Glenn McOmber, a Bellevue police lieutenant whose warm heart and outgoing personality attracted friends wherever he went, died Friday of cancer. He was 44. He not only loved to tell stories, but was also the focus of many stories himself because of his adventurous spirit and gregarious nature, his family said.

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