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  • Matsui's opponent suspends campaign

    08/17/2010 12:22:51 PM PDT · by SmithL · 8 replies
    SacBee: Capitol Alert ^ | 8/17/10 | Rob Hotakainen
    Republican Paul Smith said today that he is suspending his campaign against Democratic Rep. Doris Matsui, effective immediately. "Today, I am sad to announce that we will have to suspend campaign operations due to lack of financial support," . . .
  • Police Search for Missouri Girl Abducted From Front Yard

    07/06/2010 12:49:24 PM PDT · by Sopater · 43 replies · 1+ views
    Fox News ^ | July 06, 2010
    LOUISIANA, Mo. -- Police scoured a creek Tuesday for clues into the disappearance of a 4-year-old girl who may have been abducted from the front yard of her eastern Missouri home. Police said Alisa Maier was playing with her 5-year-old brother outside their home in the town of Louisiana Monday night when a man pulled up in a black four-door passenger car and took her away, KSDK reported. The only witness to the alleged abduction was the girl's brother, who told police he saw his sister get into the car with a man he did not know, Louisiana Police Chief...
  • Suspect in girl's kidnapping has died (Alisa found yesterday)

    07/08/2010 6:20:42 AM PDT · by mmanager · 42 replies
    St. Louis Post Dispatch ^ | July 8, 2010 | PATRICK M. O'CONNELL
    HAWK POINT • The prime suspect in the abduction of a Louisiana, Mo., girl is dead, the Missouri Highway Patrol said Thursday morning. The suspect shot himself in the head when authorities closed in Wednesday afternoon, a day after the little girl was found alive in a St. Louis County strip mall parking lot. Cpl. Jeff Wilson of the Missouri Highway Patrol said the man died at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hospital in St. Charles. The patrol didn't confirm the man's death until Thursday morning. Police sources say the suspect is Paul S. Smith, a sex offender who...
  • Nuclear Option in Afghanistan- It's Time!

    12/01/2009 2:09:14 PM PST · by hoguenews · 18 replies · 947+ views
    Hogue News ^ | December 1, 2009 | Paul Smith
    thought with this administration we were going to get our coalition partners to be on equal footing with us? Officials in Brussels says Obama will be asking Nato allies to provide up to 10,000 extra troops. Asking? How about a demand… and if you don’t we pull out and you all can fight this stinking war yourselves! The US currently has 68,000 troops in Afghanistan, with foreign forces overall totalling more than 100,000. The additional American soldiers are expected to focus on tackling the Taliban in volatile southern and eastern Afghanistan. A senior Pentagon official said the new troops will...
  • FReeper Canteen ~ Hall of the Heroes: SFC Paul Smith ~ 12 May 2008

    05/11/2008 4:38:13 PM PDT · by StarCMC · 228 replies · 433+ views
    linked in thread | Racer X
    Our Troops Rock!  Thank you for all you do!   For the freedom you enjoyed yesterday... Thank the Veterans who served in The United States Armed Forces.   Looking forward to tomorrow's freedom? Support The United States Armed Forces Today!     ~ Hall of Heroes ~ SFC Paul Smith All info and photos from this website.             Paul Ray Smith was born on September 24, 1969, in El Paso, Texas. At the age of nine, his family moved to South Tampa, Florida, where he attended public schools. He enjoyed sports, liked cats, skateboarding, riding bicycles,...
  • Soldiers Remember Medal of Honor Recipient in Iraq

    04/04/2008 4:39:31 PM PDT · by SandRat · 7 replies · 210+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | Sgt. Jasmine Chopra, USA
    CAMP VICTORY, Iraq, April 4, 2008 – He was a husband, father, soldier and leader, but today Sgt. 1st Class Paul R. Smith, the 3rd Infantry Division’s 51st Medal of Honor recipient was remembered here simply as a hero. Task Force Marne soldiers who organized a remembrance ceremony for U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Paul R. Smith, April 4, 2008, stand in the courtyard where Smith gave his life in defense of others five years ago. For his selfless service, Smith was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor in 2005. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jasmine Chopra  (Click photo for...
  • Midtown Accident Claims Life of Channel 7 Pilot (ABC)

    10/08/2007 6:40:09 AM PDT · by Calpernia · 9 replies · 514+ views
    1010wins ^ | Monday, 08 October 2007 8:33AM
    NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- One person is dead and two others are injured after they were hit while on a Manhattan sidewalk by a taxi that jumped a curb. The accident was reported at about 9:45 p.m. at East 40th Street at Third Avenue. New York City police have identified the dead man as Paul Smith, a helicopter pilot for Channel 7. Channel 7 reports that Smith and his family were attending a birthday dinner at a restaurant when the accident happened. The cab driver has not been charged. Police say he accidentally drove up on the sidewalk.
  • Marne Soldier’s re-enlistment holds special significance (3ID Rock of the Marne)(Hanky Warning)

    08/13/2007 6:03:30 PM PDT · by SandRat · 16 replies · 625+ views
    Multi-National Force - Iraq ^ | Sgt. 1st Class Craig Zentkovich
    CAMP VICTORY — Everybody has one. It may be a family member, a teacher, or a coach – an extraordinary person who makes such an impact that one’s life is forever changed. For Staff Sgt. Steven A. Holloway that one person was a friend, mentor and leader. The story of Sgt. 1st Class Paul R. Smith is known to the nation. His actions in combat on April 4, 2003, above and beyond the call of duty, led to him being posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor. On Aug. 10, Holloway, on his third combat tour to Iraq, raised his right...
  • Middle school dons name of Medal of Honor recipient

    08/29/2006 7:39:46 PM PDT · by SandRat · 20 replies · 586+ views
    ARNEWS ^ | Master Sgt. Steve Valley
    HOLIDAY, Fla.(Army News Service, Aug. 29, 2006) – What began last year as a suggestion by retired Maj. Gen. Fred Raymond came full circle last Friday during a dedication ceremony of the new Paul R. Smith Middle School in Holiday, Fla. More than 500 family, friends, Soldiers, veterans, legislators, county officials and students were present. Raymond recommended to the Pasco County School Board in September 2005 that the new school be named after Medal of Honor recipient Sergeant 1st Class Paul R. Smith. Smith’s parents, widow and two children live in Holiday, and his 12-year old son David is now...
  • Medal winner dies saving the lives of other sons (C.M.H.)

    05/28/2006 1:02:58 PM PDT · by Graybeard58 · 9 replies · 900+ views
    HOLIDAY, Fla. -- Rita Richardson smiles at the memory: Her young son Dan, prowling the woods dressed in camouflage and green face paint or jumping off the shed like a paratrooper. But she wanted her little commando to know that war was more than a game. So each Memorial Day, she would take him to Arlington National Cemetery, near their Virginia home, to walk with her through that "garden of stone," to appreciate the sacrifices honored there. This Memorial Day, she will be there in spirit as her soldier son trains for another overseas deployment. Janice Pvirre will be at...
  • A day in the life of President Bush (5/28/05): photos

    05/28/2005 3:32:36 PM PDT · by Wolfstar · 296 replies · 4,108+ views
    PRESIDENTIAL NEWS OF THE DAY: President and Mrs. Bush -- and the dogs, of course -- are spending a quiet weekend at Camp David. They will return to the White House Sunday to be on hand for Monday's traditional Memorial Day activities. Today, Saturday, May 28, 2005, marks something of a red-letter day, because Tom Raum of the Associated Press actually reported the following remarkable piece -- a left-handed compliment, to be sure, but a compliment nevertheless. Mr. Raum has covered Washington for The Associated Press since 1973, including five presidencies. Newsview: Bush's Global Clout Seen GrowingBy TOM RAUM, Associated...
  • Turning American soldiers into an out-of-sight, out-of-mind servant class

    04/18/2005 5:24:00 AM PDT · by FlyLow · 15 replies · 788+ views
    JWR ^ | 4-18-05 | David Gelernter
    Sgt. 1st Class Paul Ray Smith of the U.S. Army was the first Iraq war soldier to win the Congressional Medal of Honor — posthumously. On April 4, 2003, a group of American soldiers building a POW compound were slammed by a surprise attack. Smith organized a defense, then moved under fierce fire to an unprotected machine gun. He kept firing as the wounded were brought to safety and the attack driven off. Meanwhile he was hit, fatally. Even Iraq war opponents and Bush-haters say they honor Smith's courage. But their "honor" is mostly a sham. Unless you understand what...
  • Iraq war hero earns first Medal of Honor

    04/05/2005 12:50:41 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 469+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Tuesday, April 5, 2005 | By Joseph Curl
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES President Bush yesterday awarded Army Sgt. 1st Class Paul Ray Smith the Medal of Honor, exactly two years after the soldier single-handedly killed as many as 50 Iraqi insurgents as he saved the lives of more than 100 Americans. It was the 615th time in history that the medal was awarded posthumously. Sgt. Smith's 11-year-old son accepted the medal in a White House ceremony. It was the first time the nation's highest award for valor has been bestowed on a soldier from the Iraq war, and only the third time it has been awarded since the Vietnam...
  • Operation Phantom Fury--Day 149 - Now Operation River Blitz--Day 44

    04/04/2005 6:09:08 PM PDT · by TexKat · 92 replies · 1,571+ views
    Various Media Outlets | 4/5/05
    A U.S. military medical evacuation helicopter flies over Baghdad, Iraq, near to sunset Monday, April 4, 2005. Earlier Monday, a suicide bomber blew up a tractor in the second attack in three days near the infamous Abu Ghraib prison on the outskirts of Baghdad.(AP Photo / Jim MacMillan)
  • Medal of Honor hero gets medal today

    04/05/2005 8:19:10 AM PDT · by TMSuchman · 40 replies · 2,759+ views
    April 5,2005 | Self
    Sgt. Smith USA is finally getting his medal of honor! Rummy is now speaking.
  • “Give All That I am to Ensure that All My Boys Make It Home.” (President Bush's MOH Remarks)

    04/07/2005 11:42:22 AM PDT · by LavaDog · 7 replies · 721+ views
    National Review Online ^ | April 07, 2005 | President Bush
    EDITOR'S NOTE: President George W. Bush posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor to Sergeant First Class Paul Ray Smith, who was killed in combat in Iraq, earlier this week. Below are the president's remarks at the White House ceremony for Smith, as released by the White House.Good afternoon and welcome to the White House. Today is a special occasion: We are here to pay tribute to a soldier whose service illustrates the highest ideals of leadership and love of our country. Sergeant First Class Paul Ray Smith, of Florida, gave his life for these ideals in a deadly battle outside...
  • Valor [SFC Paul Smith awarded Medal of Honor, includes citation]

    04/04/2005 2:47:55 PM PDT · by Mike Fieschko · 8 replies · 429+ views
    TacJammer ^ | Apr 4, 2005 | Russell Emerson
    Sergeant First Class Paul Smith later today will be the first soldier to be awarded the Medal of Honor for courage above and beyond the call of duty in Iraq. Like too many recipients of the Medal of Honor, he paid for his bravery with his life, but in so doing saved the lives of dozens of his fellow soldiers. SFC Smith is the first serviceman to receive the Medal of Honor since Army snipers Shughart and Gordon were so honored for their actions in the 1993 Somalia mission (later immortalized in the book and film Black Hawk Down.)...
  • Son accepts medal for soldier's sacrifice

    04/04/2005 9:43:12 AM PDT · by Stand Watch Listen · 11 replies · 753+ views
    Tampa Bay Sun Times ^ | April 4, 2005 | ALEX LEARY
    President Bush will give 11-year-old David Smith his father's Medal of Honor today, the two-year anniversary of his death in Iraq. HOLIDAY - David Smith was chatting about his father, and the subject turned to cookies. When there was only one left, David said, his dad always took it. "Come on, that's not fair," David would protest. "Life," Paul Smith would playfully reply, "is not fair." So they would tussle, David vs. Dad. Over cookies. Over the good seat on the couch. That's just the way the Smith household worked, until April 4, 2003. Since that day, David gets to...
  • Sergeant First Class Paul R. Smith - Medal of Honor

    04/04/2005 3:49:49 PM PDT · by edfrank_1998 · 5 replies · 725+ views
    This is the Army's website to honor SFC Smith. They haven't got the official citation posted as I type this, but it says that it will be posted on 4 April after the presentation. There are many links within this website and all are very good. I'd say a "must see" link is the "Video" link. There are a number of them.
  • Sgt. 1st Class Paul Ray Smith will receive the Medal of Honor posthumously - At White House 4/4/05

    04/01/2005 5:18:44 AM PST · by Former Military Chick · 24 replies · 2,087+ views
    US Army ^ | Official Citation (available on 4 April 2005) Army News | US Army
    Sgt. 1st Class Paul Ray Smith will receive the Medal of Honor posthumously during a White House ceremony April 4, 2005. The official citation will be made available after the White House Presentation. Baghdad Airport, April 4, 2003. On April 4, 2003, the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, attacked to seize Objective Lions, the Baghdad International Airport. As part of the Brigade scheme of maneuver, Task Force 2-7 Infantry was tasked to establish a blocking position against a brigade-sized counterattack on the main entrance to the airfield. Task Force 2-7 had been fighting for three consecutive days...
  • "I am prepared to give all that I am ... " (MEDAL OF HONOR)

    03/30/2005 1:05:28 PM PST · by Between the Lines · 4 replies · 706+ views
    The State ^ | Tue, Mar. 29, 2005
    Sgt. 1st Class Paul R. Smith wrote a letter to his mother days before his Army unit crossed into Iraq as part of the U.S. invasion. His words were chilling in their foreshadowing: "There are two ways to come home, stepping off the plane or being carried off the plane. It doesn't matter how I come home, because I am prepared to give all that I am to ensure that all my boys make it home." He saved the letter on his laptop but never mailed it. Smith was killed on April 4, 2003, firing a .50-caliber machine gun to...
  • Medal of Honor to Be Awarded to Soldier Killed in Iraq, a First

    03/29/2005 9:36:00 PM PST · by RWR8189 · 100 replies · 5,672+ views
    New York Times ^ | March 29, 2005 | ERIC SCHMITT
    ASHINGTON, March 29 - Sgt. First Class Paul R. Smith, killed nearly two years ago defending his vastly outnumbered Army unit in a fierce battle with elite Iraqi troops for control of Baghdad's airport, will receive the Medal of Honor, the nation's highest military award, administration officials said Tuesday.No soldier who served in Afghanistan or Iraq after the Sept. 11 attacks has yet received the medal. The last conflict to produce a Medal of Honor recipient was in Mogadishu, Somalia, in 1993; two soldiers were awarded the medal posthumously for actions there, later depicted in the movie "Black Hawk Down."Sergeant...
  • Medal of Honor Winner in Iraq(Great Read!)

    10/23/2003 6:58:14 AM PDT · by aegiscg47 · 40 replies · 32,698+ views
    Strategy Page.Com ^ | 10/23/2003 | Unknown
    LEADERSHIP: Medal of Honor Awarded for Iraq Action   October 23, 2003: In today's world, it's easy to lose sight of the fact that one man can make a difference. Paul Ray Smith is on the way to becoming the first serviceman to receive the Medal of Honor since MSG Gary Gordon and SFC Randall Shughart fought their last battle in Mogadishu on October 3, 1993.  During Operation Iraqi Freedom, SFC (Sergeant First Class) Smith was a platoon sergeant/acting platoon leader in the 1st Brigade's B Company, 11th Engineer Battalion attached to the 2-7 Task Force. Bravo Company was in...
  • Roster of American combat heroes in Iraq is rich [A MUST READ!]

    03/10/2005 2:47:09 PM PST · by saquin · 43 replies · 2,003+ views
    Scripps-Howard News Service ^ | 3/10/05 | Lisa Hoffman
    It was in the third week of the Iraq war, as U.S. troops barreled toward Baghdad, that Sgt. 1st Class Paul Smith's band of combat engineers found themselves on the wrong end of 10-to-1 odds. In a walled courtyard not far from Baghdad's airport, Smith and his 15 lightly armed soldiers were trying to hold off 100 Special Republican Guard fighters wielding rocket-propelled grenades, mortars and AK-47 assault rifles. When wounds downed the U.S. crew of the armored vehicle bearing the Americans' sole heavy machine gun, Smith scrambled into the breach. In the gunner's hatch of that personnel carrier, with...
  • The last full measure of devotion - Bronze Star and the Purple Heart / Medal of Honor

    02/03/2005 12:11:36 PM PST · by Former Military Chick · 37 replies · 2,541+ views
    St. Petersburg Times ^ | January 25, 2004 | ALEX LEARY
    The GIs were dirty, mosquito-bitten, fatigued, homesick. They had been on the road almost constantly for two weeks. Many had not slept in days. Smith talks on two radios at once in his Humvee in Iraq. The picture was taken near the Euphrates, a few days before his death. At dawn on April 4, they arrived at Saddam International Airport to the sound of sporadic gunfire and the acrid smell of distant explosions. Breakfast was a mushy, prepackaged concoction the Army optimistically calls "pasta with vegetables." Still, the mood was upbeat. Reaching the airport meant the war was almost over....
  • Georgia-based soldier to get Medal of Honor posthumously

    02/02/2005 6:27:53 PM PST · by Terabitten · 10 replies · 862+ views
    Columbus Ledger Enquirer ^ | 02 Feb 05 | Associated Press
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - A Fort Stewart, Ga., soldier credited with saving dozens of lives by beating back an Iraqi attack before he was killed will receive the first Medal of Honor awarded since 1993, according to the officer who nominated him. Sgt. 1st Class Paul R. Smith, 33, of the Tampa Bay area, was killed in action when his outnumbered unit was attacked by Iraqi forces at the Baghdad airport on April 4, 2003. Lt. Col. Thomas Smith on Tuesday notified the soldier's wife, Birgit, that President Bush would present the nation's highest award to her and their children,...
  • Iraq Hero Joins Hallowed Group (Medal Of Honor For Army Sgt. 1st Class Paul R. Smith)

    02/02/2005 11:05:33 AM PST · by MisterRepublican · 51 replies · 3,293+ views
    St. Petersburg Times ^ | February 2, 2005 | Alex Leary
    Sgt. 1st Class Paul R. Smith, who spent his boyhood in Tampa, became a man in the Army and died outside Baghdad defending his outnumbered soldiers from an Iraqi attack, will receive America's highest award for bravery. President Bush will present the Medal of Honor to Smith's wife, Birgit, and their children Jessica, 18, and David, 10, at a ceremony at the White House, possibly in March. The official announcement will come soon, but the Pentagon called Mrs. Smith with the news Tuesday afternoon. "We had faith he was going to get it," Mrs. Smith said from her home in...
  • Widow: Medal of Honor no substitute

    03/13/2004 9:04:42 PM PST · by optimistically_conservative · 44 replies · 17,913+ views
    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 03/13/04 | RON MARTZ
    HOLIDAY, Fla. -- Birgit Smith does not remember the exact date of her husband's last telephone call. She knows it was in March of last year, just a few days before the start of the war in Iraq. But she clearly remembers what she said when Sgt. 1st Class Paul Smith, her husband of 11 years, called from Kuwait. A good Army wife who was used to frequent separation and infrequent communication, Birgit said the important things first. "I love you, I love you, I love you. I miss you, I miss you, I miss you," she told the man...
  • 'Prepared to give all'

    01/11/2004 8:26:14 PM PST · by Holly_P · 25 replies · 403+ views
    Savannah Morning News ^ | 01/11/04 | Noelle Phillips
    Sgt. 1st Class Paul Smith gave his life behind the trigger of a .50-caliber machine gun, firing to save the lives of his fellow soldiers. Now, the 3rd Infantry Division wants the President to award him the Medal of Honor. The instructions were clear for Pfc. Jonathan Seaman as he hunkered inside the driver's hatch of an armored personnel carrier. When the shooting stopped, hand up a fresh ammo can. Otherwise, Sgt. 1st Class Paul Smith told Seaman, stay down. An Iraqi Fedayeen unit of nearly 100 fighters swarmed the area. Bullets and grenades were flying. In the gunner's hatch,...
  • Army dedicates Simulation Center for fallen Soldier

    12/13/2003 8:21:55 AM PST · by Ragtime Cowgirl · 3 replies · 391+ views
    Army dedicates Simulation Center for fallen Soldier December 9, 2003 Sgt. 1st Class Paul Ray Smith cuts the lock of a suspected ammunition storage facility in central Iraq. SGT Craig Zentkovich The Army’s former Simulation & Training Technology Center in Orlando, Fla., was renamed Nov. 7 in honor of Sgt. 1st Class Paul Ray Smith, a Floridian who lost his life in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Smith was killed in battle April 4. His unit, the 11th Engineer Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division, was assigned the task of establishing an enemy prisoner of war holding area and was aggressively counter-attacked by a...
  • A Profile in Valor from Operation Iraqi Freedom

    10/12/2003 10:54:04 AM PDT · by Ragtime Cowgirl · 12 replies · 443+ views
    NewsMax ^ | Oct. 8, 2003 | Dave Eberhart
    A Profile in Valor from Operation Iraqi Freedom Dave Eberhart, NewsMax.comWednesday, Oct. 8, 2003Washington, D.C. -- One of the highlights of the Association of the U.S. Army’s annual meeting at the New Washington Convention Center (Oct. 6-8) was the cadre of young decorated heroes fresh back from the fighting in Iraq who were invited to participate in this year’s events. When NewsMax caught up with a couple of them, however, it wasn’t their own war stories that flowed, but the tale of valor of one of their own -- Sergeant First Class Paul Smith, age 33, Bravo Company, 11th Engineer...
  • Medals for His Valor, Ashes for His Wife

    09/22/2003 8:41:51 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 7 replies · 419+ views
    The New York Times ^ | 09/23/03 | STEVEN LEE MYERS
    Birgit Smith's husband, Paul, who was killed in Iraq, may get the Medal of Honor. "It doesn't bring my husband back," she said. HOLIDAY, Fla. — It was back on April 4 when Birgit Smith last wrote her husband, Sgt. First Class Paul Ray Smith. "Life without you here is just not the same," she wrote in a tight, neat cursive.She printed out an envelope and stamped it. He was already dead.Two men in uniform came to the door that night, another sergeant and a chaplain. Of course, she knew what the visit meant, but the timing seemed all...
  • Fallen hero's bike will help educate daughter

    06/24/2003 12:09:17 PM PDT · by archy · 28 replies · 747+ views
    Hinesville Coastal Courier ^ | 06/09/2003 | Patrick Donahue , Executive editor
    Fallen hero's bike will help educate daughter By:Patrick Donahue , Executive editor 06/09/2003 Paul Ray Smith's Harley-Davidson waits for a new owner. He only got to ride it a few times, his sister Lisa DeVane said. Now, she's raffling it off to help pay for the college bills Smith's daughter Jessica will incur in a few years. Smith, a sergeant first class in the 3rd Infantry Division's 11th Engineer Battalion, was killed in action at the Baghdad Airport on April 4. "Paul only had the bike, not even a year," DeVane said. "Jessica is getting ready to go off to...
  • "Paul Ray Smith Assistance Fund" as heard on G. Gordon Liddy

    06/24/2003 9:06:22 AM PDT · by Clint N. Suhks · 56 replies · 1,671+ views
    Make a DONATION OR PURCHASE A RAFFLE TICKET for the "Paul Ray Smith Assistance Fund". SFC Smith was a native of El Paso, TX, and lived in Hinesville for the past four years, having moved here from Germany, Born Sept 24, 1969, he was raised in the Tampa, FL., area, where he was a 1989 graduate of Tampa Vo Tech. After high school, he enlisted in the U.S. Army, where he began his 13 year career. During his service, he received many awards, ribbons, and medals, five Army Commendation Medals, six Army Achievement Medals, one Kuwait Liberation Medal, one NATO...
  • Uncommon Valor

    04/19/2003 7:24:29 PM PDT · by ysoh · 9 replies · 362+ views
    The word "hero" is tossed around so casually these days that it has almost lost its meaning. Then comes the story of Army Sgt. Paul Smith, who reminds us what a real hero is. The 33-year-old soldier from Tampa was killed April 4 after valiantly fending off an Iraqi assault on his command post.
  • Names, Stories, and Pictures of the Fallen Heroes of Operation Iraqi Freedom

    03/22/2003 10:32:34 AM PST · by Diddle E. Squat · 626 replies · 71,148+ views
    Wire Reports | 3/22/03 | Wire Reports
    Names of the four US Marines who died in yesterday's helicopter crash: Maj. Jay Thomas Aubin, 36, of Waterville, Maine Capt. Ryan Anthony Beaupre, 30, of Bloomington, Ill. Cpl. Brian Matthew Kennedy, 25, of Houston, Texas Staff Sgt. Kendall Damon Watersbey, 29, of Baltimore, Md. The Pentagon has just released the names of two more US Marines who were killed in Iraq. I'll post as soon as I find that.