McDonald, Sgt. James W. 'Mac'
Sgt. James W. McDonald, 26, of the 1st Battalion, 5th Cavalry Regiment, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, Nov. via WisInfo
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#1 Nov 20, 2007
Captain Kerry Hamilton
was really close friends
with Mr. McDonald.
All of us will
miss his greatly
he was an amazing man
WE LOVE YOU AND WE WONT FORGET YOU!
#2 Mar 24, 2008
This man served his country with pride and received a serious head wound during the war. He served two tours in Iraq. Where is the respect his country owes him?
His death is undetermined but they ruled it not a suicide or accidental. He was having nose bleeds prior to his death and the Drs said it was nothing to worry about.
It is obvious this man, this son of America died from his wounds, its clear to everyone except the military and the goverment. If they are unsure they should give him the benefit of the doubt and use the prepondorous of the evidence and rule his death as a result of the war so he can receive his countrys respect as such. This is a sad episode of a countrys lack of respect for one of their own.
#3 Mar 24, 2008
Makes me wonder how many more heros we have out there that have died for their country but the government is saying the same thing about their deaths!?!?
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