SFC Nathan Chapman Fund has been designed to honor
not just the heroic acts of SFC Chapman, but to honor
and assist the families of other Central Texas men
and women who have given their lives while spreading
the cause of freedom.
On January 4th, 2002, near the city of Khost, Afghanistan,
Sergeant First Class Nathan R. Chapman became the
American soldier killed by enemy fire in the War on
Although mortally wounded, SFC Chapman heroically
returned fire until losing consciousness and is credited
with saving the lives of his comrades.