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bman    Posted 03-05-2002 at 19:48:11       [Reply]  [Send Email]
well,we lost a local boy in the battle yesterday. sgt. philip j svitak from joplin mo. lets all be thinking about his family in there time of need.


Donna    Posted 03-07-2002 at 17:44:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
This is indeed sad, My heart breaks for the family and their loss.


Randy    Posted 03-06-2002 at 16:10:10       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Folks: I'll keep them in my prayers. They deserve so much recognition, and they're doing such a good job. I read in today's paper that they have the upper hand over there, and are on a roll. Good work soldiers!!


Dave in Mo    Posted 03-06-2002 at 05:06:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Our Prayers go out to all his relatives.


Ole Cuss    Posted 03-06-2002 at 03:46:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
No one in uniform ever gets the recognition they deserve for a hard job done in difficult circumstances at the risk of their lives.
"For it's 'Tommy This' and 'Tommy That' and 'Chuck 'im out, the brute!', but it's 'Savior of his country' when the guns begin to shoot."---Rudyard Kipling


Okie-Dokie    Posted 03-06-2002 at 04:49:17       [Reply]  [Send Email]
ditto, Ole Cuss. We will remember him, his family, and friends in our prayers. Our most heartfelt condolences goes out to his survivors.


Ole Cuss    Posted 03-06-2002 at 12:59:13       [Reply]  [No Email]

One of the earliest casualties was a Green Beret from Mardella Springs, Maryland which is over in the eastern part of the state. Right away I recognized the town by name in news reports because I had gone tractor pulling there only 4 or 5 years ago; the pull was held at the volunteer fire dept. and this young man had been a long-time volunteer there. I have since wondered whether I ran into him that day without knowing it.


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