A memorial site to honor those U.S. service members lost in Iraq and Afghanistan through profiles, photos, Guest Books, and Moving TributesTM Legacy.com In Remembrance
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Across the U.S.
Pfc. Jacob H. Allcott
Caldwell, ID
Allcott died when an improvised explosive device detonated near his HMMWV, causing a fire.
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Staff Sgt. Benjamin G. Prange
Colorado Springs, CO
Staff Sgt. Benjamin G. Prange
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Staff Sgt. Girard D. Gass
Charleston, SC
Staff Sgt. Girard D. Gass
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Pfc. Keith M. Williams
Visalia, CA
Pfc. Keith M. Williams
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Sgt. Christopher W. Mulalley
Eureka, CA
died as the result of a non-combat related incident.
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Sgt. First Class Matthew I. Leggett
Ruskin, FL
died of injuries received when he was engaged by the enemy.
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Sgt. First Class Samuel C. Hairston
Houston, TX
died of injuries sustained when his unit was engaged by enemy small-arms fire
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    About This Site
    This site is intended as a place to remember and honor American service members lost in Afghanistan and Iraq.

    There is a profile for each service member based on available information. Obituaries received from Legacy.com newspaper affiliates are also included. Information is updated daily. In addition, there is a Guest Book for each service member. All Guest Book entries are free and are posted after being reviewed for appropriate content.