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DC3 Nathan Bruckenthal USCG LEDET 403, TACLET South. DC3 Nathan Bruckenthal, USCG, was killed in action at the Khawr Al Amay Oil Terminal off the coast of Iraq on 24 April 2004. He was killed in a terrorist-suicide bombing when a dhow that he and his team intercepted near the terminal exploded. The explosion overturned the boarding team's rigid hull inflatable, killing Bruckenthal and two U.S. Navy sailors. A transcript of this oral history can be read at the following link http://www.uscg.mil/history/WEBORALHISTORY/IF_DC3_Bruckenthal.asp



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Date Taken:03.18.2010

Date Posted:12.13.2013

Category:B-roll

Audio ID:34894

Length:00:14:31

Filename:1312/DOD_101050583.mp3

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