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Honoring Our Soldiers
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English: U.S. Army Pfc. Cristina Santillan, with the 3rd Infantry Division, participates in a Memorial Day ceremony at Kandahar Airfield in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, May 27, 2013.
U.S. Army Pfc. Cristina Santillan, Afghanistan
Always For Troops
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We must remember The 53,500 Americans killed in World War I, The 292,000 killed in World War II, The 33,667 in Korea, The 58,000 plus in Vietnam, The 148 in the first Gulf War, The 4,486 in the Iraq War. 2,322 killed as part of the continuing Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. All of these killed should be remembered and not be forgotten.

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Raz Remembered
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I love my brother Raz. All my Brothers were so lucky that he was a part of our family. Raz was in the Navy and then in the Marines

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