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Fallen Heroes Details



In Memory Of
Alan Winn
U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, HI
End of watch: 1991-08-13
Aircraft: MBB BO105LS
Special Agent Pilot Alan H. Winn, 37, was killed in a helicopter crash during an operations flight over the island of Hawaii.

Special Agent Winn graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science degree in communications. While in the Marine Corps, he trained as a helicopter pilot. In 1985, Special Agent Winn joined the San Diego, California, Police Department as a patrolman and also earned a Master of Science degree in Forensic Science from National University in San Diego. He joined DEA in February 1987 and was Class Representative of Basic Agent Training Class 48. He was then assigned to the San Diego Field Division and in July 1987, was transferred to a Task Force group in the Phoenix Field Division. In April 1988, Special Agent Winn received a Sustained Superior Performance Award. In July 1990, he joined the Phoenix Aviation Section and in April 1991, was reassigned to DEA's Aviation Section at Hilo, Hawaii. Special Agent Winn was survived by his wife, Kristy, and two daughters, Whitney Lea and Lauren Ashley.

Thoughts and Memories of Alan Winn

Alan was one of the funniest people I have ever met. He was a pleasure to be around. I was one of the helicopter mechanics assigned to work in Hawaii at the time of his death. His loss affected me deeply for many years. Perhaps even more than I am willing to admit. I will always remember Alan. I was also saddened to learn that his good friend from the DEA Shawn died in the line of duty as well. My heart goes out to all of the agents that I had the pleasure to work with during my time as a contract mechanic for the DEA. I will always honor those who treated me as an integral part of their mission. My glass still raises to the memory of my good friend " Atomic Al".
Timothy McKeever
2005-12-13

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