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HONORING THE FALLEN: US Military KIA, Iraq & Afghanistan/Pakistan – June 2011

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HONORING THE FALLEN: US Military KIA, Iraq & Afghanistan/Pakistan – July 2010

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HONORING THE FALLEN: US Military KIA, Iraq & Afghanistan/Pakistan – June 2010

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HONORING THE FALLEN: US Military KIA, Iraq & Afghanistan/Pakistan – May 2010

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Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez, USAF Photo by SSgt. Matt Davis, USAF NTM-A

31 May 2010 As the sun set over Camp Eggers on Memorial Day, hundreds of coalition members gathered to pay tribute to comrades lost in battle – not just U.S. fallen heroes, but fallen heroes from every nation.

During the coalition memorial remembrance ceremony, service members who gave their life in support of Operation Enduring Freedom were honored with a moment of silence and a roll call of their names during a candlelight ceremony.

“Those that have given their last full measure for this mission are as varied as those that serve here today,” said Army Lt. Gen. William Caldwell IV, NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan and Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan commanding general. “Privates to chief warrant officers to lieutenant colonels – from the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Canada, Latvia, the United States and from Afghanistan – they are members of all services, from National Guard, Reserve and Active components.”

While many countries have their own dedicated day set aside to remember the fallen members of their armed forces, special effort was made to include all coalition countries into the Memorial Day remembrance as a sign of the joint effort and sacrifice happening in Afghanistan. Representatives of many coalition nations were present at the ceremony, raising flags, lighting candles and paying their respects. Continued

HONORING THE FALLEN: US Military KIA, Iraq & Afghanistan/Pakistan – April 2010

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HONORING THE FALLEN: US Military KIA, Iraq & Afghanistan/Pakistan – March 2010

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