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Look what happened to John McCain's MySpace page. Whoops. Lesson learned.
A Florida reader sent along a news item about the memorial service for U.S. Army PFC Branden Cummings: The Orlando Sentinel reports Cummings was "killed on Valentine's Day by an improvised explosive device during combat in Baqouba, about 30 miles northeast of Baghdad. He was 20." He looked up to his father, Charles Cummings, a... Read More
The immortal words of 2LT Mark Daily live on. The Los Angeles Times has picked up the story: "Mark Daily wrote on MySpace that he joined the Army to help the suffering people of Iraq. In death, his words have become a call to service." A small sample: In a 2005 videotape of his officers'... Read More
Army 2nd Lt. Mark J. Daily, 23 A reader e-mails that 2LT Mark Daily was killed in an IED attack in Mosul along with three other soldiers. He was named the ROTC's outstanding cadet for 2005 and also a Distinguished Military Graduate, the highest ROTC award. The OC Register profiles him here. This was his... Read More
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