Janelle King


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The Department of Defense announced Tuesday the death of Private Janelle King, 23, of Merced, in Baghdad. She died of injuries from a non-combat related incident, according to the Department of Defense press release. King was assigned to the 115th Combat Support Hospital, Fort Polk, Louisiana.

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I miss you girl but I know your with me I still feel your presence with me love you


I think about you all the time. I remember you just like it was yesterday, it feels unreal that you're no longer with us. Thanks for running with me when I wanted to give up in boot camp, I'd always admired your physical strength and I feel like you were always giving that to the people who needed it the most. What a special legacy to have, nearly 8 years later.

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Your memory is forever with me... the laughs, the conversations, the talks at the smoke pit... chillin in the room. I will never forget you. I didn't know you long but you were an awesome person. RIP Janelle

Im still in shock that your gone I.was searching for you to catch.up with you and my sister told me that you were gone all I could do was cry because I wished I could've kept in touch with you I miss you dearly cuz and you are never forgotten love you

Miss you eveyday, wish you were here. May you rest in peace

It just isn't the same without you

Thinking of you tonight. Girl I miss you dearly. Know you are always thought of. Can't wait to see you in heaven! Love you!

Thinking about Pvt. Janelle King today and honoring her memory.