Lejeune-Based Marine Dies In Afghanistan

A Marine based at Camp Lejeune is the latest casualty in Afghanistan.

Lance Corporal Joshua McDaniels died Sunday while conducting combat operations in Helmand province.

The 21 year old was from Duplin, Ohio and was assigned to 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion at Lejeune.


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  • by Dave Location: Grimesland on Jun 14, 2011 at 04:08 AM
    Rest at ease brother Semper Fidelis
  • by Carolinagirl965 Location: ENC on Jun 13, 2011 at 06:33 PM
    God bless those that knew him. He is in paradise now. Thank you for fighting for our country! We love and appreciate all our soldiers but we will never forget a fallen one. A true man.
  • by pIRATE Location: Greenville on Jun 13, 2011 at 04:16 PM
    Fight On, Iron Bro!!
  • by POPPA Location: Winterville, NC on Jun 13, 2011 at 02:09 PM
    For The Family Of J. McDaniels, From the bottom of our hearts, we do thank you for the Sacrifice this young man made for his/our country. Not short of tears from all of us here in Eastern North Carolina, may God richly reward/bless you for all Joshua accomplished in this Life as we know it. We all pray he is in a better place and that our Loving God will comfort you at this time. We are so sad that we as humans cannot take your pain away at this time, but our prayers will not go unheard. POPPA
  • by POPPA Location: Winterville, NC on Jun 13, 2011 at 02:09 PM
    For The Family Of J. McDaniels, From the bottom of our hearts, we do thank you for the Sacrifice this young man made for his/our country. Not short of tears from all of us here in Eastern North Carolina, may God richly reward/bless you for all Joshua accomplished in this Life as we know it. We all pray he is in a better place and that our Loving God will comfort you at this time. We are so sad that we as humans cannot take your pain away at this time, but our prayers will not go unheard. POPPA
  • by Retired Enlisted Marine on Jun 13, 2011 at 01:38 PM
    Semper Fidelis LCpl, my prayers to you your family and our brothers and sisters still serving.
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