Flags lowered as soldier killed in Afghanistan returns home

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Arkansas City (KAKE) – The casket carrying an Arkansas City soldier killed in Afghanistan returned to the. Mark Parkinson ordered flags flown at half-staff Tuesday in Juden’s honor. Monday, flags.

James Gregory Johnston returned to Texas in preparation for his burial. The family of Johnston, who died June 25 in a close-quarters firefight with the Taliban in Afghanistan, stood with soldiers..

Flags are lowered across Colorado as the body of a Fort Carson soldier killed in Afghanistan is returned to his home state. flags lowered as body of Fort Carson soldier killed in Afghanistan.

Since the United States began combat operations in Afghanistan in 2001, more than 2,300 Americans have been killed. soldiers from the Fort Campbell, kentucky-based 3rd brigade combat team, 101st.

Flags lowered across Colorado as Cortez soldier killed in afghanistan returns home sgt. 1st Class Will Lindsay, 33, of Cortez died March 22 as a result of injuries he suffered during combat.

On Monday, the Army announced Robbins, 31, of Ogden, died a day earlier in. said, “and he was looking forward to coming home to be with his son.. He also ordered U.S. and Utah flags in the state lowered to half-staff the.

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The body of U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Will Lindsay, who was killed last month in combat in Afghanistan, will return to Colorado Springs on Wednesday, and the governor has ordered flags to be.

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Flags at half-staff for JBER soldier killed in Afghanistan Alaska flags are lowered for Spc. Gabriel D. Conde, who died Monday of small arms fire in the Tagab District of Afghanistan in support of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel.

Lee, 31, a 2000 graduate of Keystone heights high school, died April 26 from injuries caused by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan’s Ghanzi province. Already Monday, flags were lowered.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP/CBS4) – Flags are lowered across Colorado as the body of a Fort Carson soldier killed in Afghanistan is returned to his home state. The body of 33-year-old Sgt. 1st.