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Guestbook: Remembering The Fallen Soldiers
Posted May 26, 2006 by Vidisha Priyanka
Updated May 26, 2006 at 08:59 PM
In the nearly five years since Sept. 11, more than three dozen men have died in Afghanistan, Iraq and Kuwait in the U.S.-led “War on Terror.” For some, the military was a career. But for many, it was meant to be a stepping stone to other things. Travel. Education. Police work. Teaching.
Sign the guestbook and pay tribute to those who died to protect us.