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Three (3) More Soldiers ‘Killed In Action’ – Week 34 Honor Post

Sadly, the loss of life continues in 'Operation Enduring Freedom.' Since last Monday’s post, we have brought home four (4) more from the U.S. Army. 3 who were Killed In Action and one from non-combat injuries. Enough is enough! Our brave men and women have served and protected a foreign country for long enough.

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The United States Army Continues To Lose Soldiers With Three More Killed In Action – Week 33 Honor Post

Sadly, the loss of life continues in 'Operation Enduring Freedom.' Since last Monday’s post, we have brought home three (3) more from the U.S. Army. I say it again; It's time for those to defend and protect their own countries. We have done it for over a decade now. Enough is enough!

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Another Soldier Lost And Another Family Mourns – Week 32 Honor Post

Sadly, the loss of life continues in 'Operation Enduring Freedom.' Since last Monday’s post, we have brought home another soldier from the U.S. Army. I say it again; It's time for those to defend and protect their own countries. We have done it for over a decade now. Enough is enough!

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The United States Army Loses Two More In The Past 7 Days – Week 31 Honor Post

Sadly, the loss of life continues in 'Operation Enduring Freedom.' Since last Monday’s post, we have brought home two (2) more soldiers from the U.S. Army. I say it again, the this war, at this point, serves no purpose to the citizens of the United States and I personally think it's time for drastic game plan and let those protect their own countries.

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The United States Army Has Another Bad Week And Colorado Loses One Of Its Own – Week 30 Honor Post

Sadly, the loss of life continues including one of our own from right here in Colorado. Since last Monday’s post, we have brought home six (6) more soldiers with no end in sight. The continuation of this war, at this point, serves no purpose to the citizens of the United States who and the ones footing the bill in more ways than one!

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The Marine Corp And U.S. Army Annouce The Death Of Two Warriors Last Week – Week 29 Honor Post

Sadly, the loss of life continues. Since last Monday’s post, we have brought home two more hero's to a senseless and mindless war that has no real end in sight. The longest running war, in the history of our country, only seems to be benefiting defense contractors; or so it would seem. The continuation of this war at this point serves no purpose to the citizens of the United States. Who is paying that bill?

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Last Week Was Unlike Any Other For Troops Stationed Overseas In A Very Long Time – Week 28 Honor Post

It's one of the best weeks for the Military, especially the Army, in a long time. Since last Monday’s post, we have gone an entire week with no Killed in Action!

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18 Year Old Army Pvt. Errol D.A. Milliard ‘Killed In Action’ On Independence Day – Week 27 Honor Post

Georgia and Utah have given two more souls overseas but it was 18 Year Old Army Pvt. Errol D.A. Milliard, who was Killed In Action, July 4th, giving a whole new meaning to Independence Day for the Milliard family. May Pvt. Milliard rest in peace and it is my hope you all will keep his family in your thoughts this week. One KIA to report since last Monday’s post is still one too many!

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Three More Brave Soldiers Will Never Be Coming Home – Week 26 Honor Post

New York, Maine and California have sadly lowered their flags to honor three (3) more soldiers who have paid the ultimate price since last Monday’s post.

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USMC Lance Cpl. Jared W. Brown Among 5 Who ‘Gave Their All’ Last Week – Week 25 Honor Post

There is no doubt the United States Army has suffered greatly the last couple months taking more casualties than any other branch of the service; four (4) more have paid the ultimate price and one United States Marine since last Monday’s post.

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Maj. Jaimie E. Leonard Of The 10th Mountain Division ‘Gave Her All’ Last Week – Week 24 Honor Post

There is no doubt the United States Army has suffered greatly the last couple months taking more casualties than any other branch of the service; three (3) more have paid the ultimate price since last Monday’s post. As irony would have it, I visited the original training site of the 10th Mountain Division up near Leadville CO on Father's Day and today I see we have lost 2 from that very division. Why do we continue to let American's die for someone else's freedom? Enough is enough...

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Who ‘Gave Their All’ Last Week – Week 23 Honor Post

There is no doubt the United States Army has suffered greatly the last couple months taking more casualties than any other branch of the service as four (4) more have paid the ultimate price since last Monday’s post. If I had the money for a flag pole my flag would fly lighted at half staff 24/7/365 until all our soldiers were home; they keep dying every week for someone else's freedom and I think enough is enough.

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