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The Search for Our Soldiers: Day 6
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The jihadi bastards took the dog tags of one of our soldiers killed in the Saturday attack near Mahmoudiya:

As the massive search for three U.S. soldiers feared captured by al-Qaida entered its sixth day Thursday, the military said militants who ambushed their convoy apparently stole the dog tags of one of the four Americans killed in the attack.

There’s now a $200,000 reward for information on the missing soldiers. Canals have been drained. As a result of suspect arrests, some of the soldiers’ missing equipment has reportedly been recovered.

The hometown communities of the missing are rallying behind the soldiers’ families:

Waterford Township, Michigan keeps vigil for 19-year-old Army Pvt. Byron W. Fouty.

Lawrence, Mass. prays for Army Specialist Alex R. Jimenez.

Southern California awaits word of the fate of Pfc. Joseph J. Anzack.

These communities are not taking their loved ones in uniform for granted. What about the rest of the country?

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