August 7, 2007

Wordless Wednesday


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Another U.S. soldier was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq, the military said Thursday, pushing the four-year death toll for American forces to 3,501.

21 comments:

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...

That is very sad to hear.
Thanks for the visit.

jams o donnell said...

It is another sad image. Another young life lost.

Brian said...

Not an image that is often shown.

Emmyrose said...

My cousin's husband was also killed in Iraq.

Green Eyed Girl said...

That is just so sad!!

Sue said...

Very sad ... my heart goes out to the family .... thank you for stopping by.

Sue said...

Tragic for the family. Very powerful photo.

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Wendy said...

Very moving.
Thanks for the visit.

Write From Karen said...

So, so sad.

TorAa said...

God bless their families

MamaArcher said...

thank you for honoring our troops and their great sacrifice for a country they love and for people who often do not appreciate it!

Dragonheart said...

Very sad. :( Although Canada is not in Iraq, we have lost a lot of people in Afghanistan. My human dad is an officer in the Canadian Forces, so all the deployed personnel and their families are in my daily prayers.

Comedy + said...

This is so sad. So very, very sad.

Melanie said...

Such a heartbreaking image. All gave some and some gave all.

Tonya said...

what a true reminder of what is going on in the world.

FRIGGA said...

That is very moving. Hooray for the brave!

Debbie said...

A very moving and heartbreaking image.

katherine. said...

the ultimate sacrifice.

MomOf3 said...

Wow. I have no words....

DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

Always a sad image... and far too frequent NOT JUST now-a-days, but pretty much for the last few centuries.

Rebecca said...

That really hits home. My husband is deploying in a little over a month. He recently found out that his best friend he made in basic died in Iraq. Thank you for honoring our soldiers. And thanks for visiting my blog. By the way it was a deck of cards gone through the washer & dryer lost in a pants full of pockets.