More Lejuene Marines Killed

The Department Of Defense has confirmed the deaths of four marines serving in Afghanistan

The Lejeune based marines are 20 year old Private First Class Kyle Coutu of Rhode island, and 19 year old Lance Corporal Kielin Dunn of Chesapeake Virginia.

Both were killed February 18th as a result of a hostile incident in Helmand Province.

Also killed were 19 year old Lance Corporal Larry Johnson of Scranton Pennsylvania, and 27 year old Sergeant Jeremy Mcqueary of Columbus Indiana.

Both were killed during combat operations in Helmand Province on February 18th as well.


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  • by Amanda on Feb 22, 2010 at 05:44 AM
    My heart hurts for these guys. I have so many family members serving right now and it scares me everytime I see a new story come out. This is horrible!
  • by Hilorah Location: Jacksonville on Feb 21, 2010 at 07:21 PM
    Vance... You're not the only one that has noticed. Welcome to liberal mainstream media!! It seems as if Obama has become much more of a teflon president than Clinton was.
  • by Vance on Feb 21, 2010 at 03:45 PM
    When BUSH was president we heard about every soldier that died on the National News.There were parents of the dead soilders on the NATIONAL NEWS ALMOST every day.Now that OBONGER is ACTING prez you do not hear or see this on the National News.HAS ANYBODY NOTICED THIS OTHER THAN ME?!
  • by Mike Location: Edenton on Feb 21, 2010 at 03:39 AM
    It's terrible we lose our best in this way, rather than by old age. My heart goes out to the families. But listen up people.... These young men are dying so that we don't have to deal with terrorism in our homes! Semper Fi, Marines!
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