Fort Carson Quietly Mourns War Deaths
Fred Haddock of Pueblo, Colo., outside the main gate at Fort Carson. As the White House considers the country's future role in Afghanistan, U.S. soldiers continue to fight and die there.
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Since: Sep 07
#1 Oct 11, 2009
Stupid article. They're not being "Quietly Mourned". They're just not making a public spectacle out of it since some people choose to use a situation like that to push their own anti-military agendas. I'm sure they'll pop up on here in a few minutes.
RIP soldiers, and may your families find happiness again in the future.
#2 Oct 11, 2009
I am an army wife mid way during the third deployment of my spouse and i would never say that I don't get emotional over each and every death, wound and hurt that our service members suffer. I have not seen less support from our community, in fact, I see groups actively gathering supplies to send to the soldiers from that unit still in theatre to show their support and that they care for them. I hear a community asking how they can help the families that have lost soldiers and helping when they can. I do agree that I sit and wait with mixed feelings about Obama's decision and my soldiers being in harms way while he does it.
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