2 roadside bombs slam Michigan National Guards in Afghanistan; 10 wounded
May 23, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Detroit Free Press
Sgt. Jason M. Hale of Rochester Hills from the C Troop 1-126th Cavalry Unit of Michigan National Guard in Afghanistan / Family photo In the worst attack in years on a Michigan National Guard unit, 10 soldiers from the Dowagiac-based 1-126th Cavalry were wounded by two roadside bombs that hit their convoy in Northern Afghanistan.
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