Saturday, May 24, 2008


See photos (in most cases) and read biographical sketches of service members killed in Iraq and Afghanistan, often with the transcript of one or more articles from the service member’s hometown newspaper. You can search by name of the fallen service member, or you can browse by month and year:


Note: The alarming number of our soldiers, marines,and airmen who are killed by improvised explosive devices leaves no doubt that we are fighting an enemy who knows he has no chance of winning a war fought using conventional tactics. The listings also leave no doubt that women are serving in the war zone…

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