(h/t David at VideoCafe) This Week with George Stephanopoulos remembers the 19,000 casualties on the one year anniversary of the Japanese tsunami. The Pentagon has released the name of one soldier, who died from injuries sustained while
March 11, 2012

(h/t David at VideoCafe)

This Week with George Stephanopoulos remembers the 19,000 casualties on the one year anniversary of the Japanese tsunami. The Pentagon has released the name of one soldier, who died from injuries sustained while serving in Afghanistan.

US Army SPC Edward J Acosta, 21, Hesperia, CA

In addition, the following notable names lost their lives this week: songwriter Robert Sherman, congressman Donald M. Payne, singer Jimmy Ellis, homeless activist Leslie Cochran, Earth Day co-founder Selma Rubin, and skier Nick Zoricic.

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