Bronx soldier killed in Iraq

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A 26-year-old Bronx man who enlisted in the Army earlier this year was identified as one of two soldiers killed Tuesday by a roadside bomb in Iraq, the Defense Department said Wednesday night.
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lane filler

Norfolk, VA

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Nov 28, 2007
 
Anyone interested in another take on how we should view this generation of soldiers should try:
http://goupstate.us/index.php/lanefiller/2007...
Kokomo Joe

Baltimore, MD

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Nov 29, 2007
 
Rest in Peace Brother! Go Army, Go 10th.
Dont take it lightllyl

East Meadow, NY

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Nov 29, 2007
 
RIP SOLDIER!!!!!!!!!!
USAF Retired

Raleigh, NC

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Nov 29, 2007
 
Yes, he was killed, so morons like you have the right to sit at your computer and spew such unintelligent comments.
Where did you get your military training? In the sandbox in your backyard, while nursing on Mom?
Instead of thanking this young man for his service, you attempt to make a political statement.
Loser.

My thoughts and prayers are with the soldier and his family. Thank you for your service.
Volunteers wrote:
Knowing what we know now why we are in Iraq and one volunteers then that person wants to kill but this person was killed instead.
Arlene Anthony

Locust Valley, NY

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Nov 30, 2007
 
I thank newsday for removing the ignorant comments about my cousin. Condolences are accepted but leave your soap box speeches to yourself, this is not the forum for that.
J Chase

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Dec 3, 2007
 
I am so proud of the choice that the 26 year old soldier made to serve his country. He will be greatly missed by his family and his friends. He was such a great friend to have. Why do the good always die young. This war needs to end. No one should have to cope with the loss of a loved one at anytime, especially during the holidays.
Nightwing

AOL

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Dec 3, 2007
 
I am so proud of the choice that the soldier made to serve his country. I know why he did it, and I am so sad that he was gone. He was one of the most genuine and fun people that I knew. He was such a great friend. But the most important thing is that he has found rest in heaven. Thank you my friend. I love you and will always miss you.

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