Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Honored Guard

43. Private Ruben Estrella-Soto 18, El Paso, Tx. Army
44. Master Sgt Robert J Dowdy 38, Cleveland, OH. Army
45. Lance Cpl. Donald J Cline 21 Buffalo, NY USMC
46. Cpl Kemaphoon Chanawongse 22 Waterford, Ct USMC
47. Pfc. Tamario Burkett 21, Buffalo, NY USMC
48. Sgt. George Buggs 31, Barnwell, SC Army
49. Lance Cpl Brian Rory Buesing 20, Cedar Key FL USMC
50. Sgt Michael E Bitz 31, Ventura CA USMC
51. Sgt Edward Anguiano, 24, Los Fresnos, TX Army
52. Spc Jamaal R Addisom 22, Roswell, GA Army
53. Major Gregory Stone 40, Boise, Idaho USAF
54. Spc Gregory P. Sanders 19, Hobart, Ind Army
55. Sgt Bradley Korthaus 28, Scott, Iowa USMC
56. Sgt Troy David Jenkins, 25, Ridgecrest, CA Army
57. Cpl Evan T James 20, La Harpe, IL USMC
58. Lance Cpl Thomas Blair 24, Broken Arrow, OK USMC
59. Lance Cpl Patrick T O'Day 20, Santa Rosa, CA USMC
60. Staff Sgt Donald May, Jr 31, Richmond, VA USMC
61. Pfc Francisco Martinez Flores, 21 Los Angeles, CA USMC
62. Corpsman TC Michael Vann Johnson, Jr 25, Little Rock AK Navy
63. Major Kevin Nave 36, Oceanside, CA USMC
64. Spc William Jeffries 39, Evansville IL Army
65. Lance Cpl Jesus Suarez Del Solar, 20 Escondido, CA USMC


Anthony said...

A staggering amount of people barely in their 20s - or less.

A letter ran in yesterday's Inquirer urging our legislators to ask for more troops and no timetable for ending the war in the hopes that the president will automatically do the opposite of what the people want, which seems to be his way.

Stubbornness and unwillingness to admit mistakes have been the downfall of many a person, both in government and elsewhere; and this is no exception to that.

Twyla said...

It's horrible to see all those names and know that all those families have lost loved ones. It all seems so senseless.

Twyla said...

Btw, I changed my blog address.