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An Angel’s Kiss, SFC Daehan Park and Cpl Ian P Muller

SFC Daehan Park, 36, of Watertown, Conn, died March 12 in Wardak Province, Afghanistan, of injuries from an IED. He was from 3rd Bn, 1st Special Forces Group.

Cpl Ian P Muller, 22, of Danville, VT, died March 11 while combat operations in Helmund Province in Afghanistan. He was of 2d Bn, 8th Marine Regiment, 2d Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force.

 

 

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  1. Yeah, just because the media wing of the Democrat Party has decided that the fallen no longer rate a number or name since a Democrat was elected to office, I believe We The People should be remembering them and their families each and every day. Never Forget!

  2. Patriot Guard Riders
    Standing for those who stood for us.

    Lord, we ask your blessing today as we gather to pay our respects to another American serviceman/woman/hero. It is our duty and our honor to gather together to honor this fellow American. Give strength to his/her family in their time of grief. Keep watch over our troops deployed through out the world and also here at home, as well as their families. The price of freedom is a cost borne by few for the benefit of many. Too often, we take for granted the freedoms that we enjoy, and it is at times like this that we realize that freedom is never free. We would also ask your blessing on us as we travel back to our homes, and we thank you, Lord for this day. Amen.

    SFC Park, Cpl Muller, stand down, rest easy.

  1. Yeah, just because the media wing of the Democrat Party has decided that the fallen no longer rate a number or name since a Democrat was elected to office, I believe We The People should be remembering them and their families each and every day. Never Forget!

  2. Patriot Guard Riders
    Standing for those who stood for us.

    Lord, we ask your blessing today as we gather to pay our respects to another American serviceman/woman/hero. It is our duty and our honor to gather together to honor this fellow American. Give strength to his/her family in their time of grief. Keep watch over our troops deployed through out the world and also here at home, as well as their families. The price of freedom is a cost borne by few for the benefit of many. Too often, we take for granted the freedoms that we enjoy, and it is at times like this that we realize that freedom is never free. We would also ask your blessing on us as we travel back to our homes, and we thank you, Lord for this day. Amen.

    SFC Park, Cpl Muller, stand down, rest easy.

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