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King family helps National Guard remember

Family members of Staff Sgt. Bradley D. King join Soldiers of Indiana National Guard for a Wall of Honor ceremony on the drill floor of the armory in Marion, Ind. to remember Staff Sgt. King's life and service. King was killed in action April 2, 2007, while serving in Al Amiriyah, Iraq.



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This work, King family helps National Guard remember [Image 2 of 3], by SSG Les Newport, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.18.2010

Date Posted:09.21.2010 13:16

Photo ID:321789

VIRIN:100918-A-#####-137

Resolution:1277x850

Size:646.3 KB

Location:MARION, IN, USGlobe

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