Total Energy will be hosting this event to celebrate the life and honor the memory of Captain Kimberly Hampton
as well as in the support of our troops, veterans and educational causes.
Who is Captain Kimberly Hampton?
U.S. Army Captain Kimberly Nicole Hampton, the first female military pilot to be shot down
and killed by the enemy in United States history, was flying an OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter
above the outskirts of Fallujah, Iraq, in a raid on an illicit weapons marketplace
when she was shot down on January 2, 2004. She lived her dream of commanding a U. S. Army Air Cavalry troop,
and died as a footnote in history: America's first female military pilot killed in combat by the enemy.
100% of the proceeds gathered at this event will be used for the following:
The Captain Kimberly Hampton Memorial Scholarship for deserving seniors at Easley High School, Easley, SC
The Captain Kimberly Hampton Memorial Library in Easley, SC
Support of active duty military and their families, particularly for those who have been wounded in combat
Support families of those who have lost their lives in combat
We hope that you will be able to join us and help us towards our goal!
If you would like to receive more information on this event or if you would like to attend,
please contact us at CKHF@totalenergy.com.
Cash & Checks will be accepted during the silent auction. All checks must be made payable to: Captain Kimberly Hampton Memorial Foundation or CKHMF.