Bailey, Moira; Levy, Daniel S.; Mascia, Kristen
December 2011
People;12/26/2011, Vol. 76 Issue 26, p152
The article presents a list of U.S. servicemen who died in the Iraq War and the Afghan War in 2011 including Kristoffer Domeij, Charles L. Price III, and Zainah Creamer.


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