(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) This Week with George Stephanopoulos marks the passings of four service members killed in Afghanistan. US Army Sgt Tanner S Higgins, 23, Yantis, TX US Army SSgt. David P. Nowaczyk, 32, Dyer, IN US Marines Cpl.
April 22, 2012

(h/t Heather at VideoCafe)

This Week with George Stephanopoulos marks the passings of four service members killed in Afghanistan.
US Army Sgt Tanner S Higgins, 23, Yantis, TX
US Army SSgt. David P. Nowaczyk, 32, Dyer, IN
US Marines Cpl. Aaron M Faust, 22, Louisville, KY
US Army Capt Michael C Braden, 31, Lock Haven, PA

According to iCasualties, the total number of allied service members killed in Afghanistan is now 2,967.

In addition, the following notable names have passed this week: former News of the World editor Barry Askew, former Secretary of the Army Stanley Rogers Resor, author KD Wentworth, television host and producer Dick Clark, Olympian hockey player Valeri Vasiliev, musician Levon Helm, musician Greg Ham, prison evangelist and Watergate figure Chuck Colson and football player Ray Easterling.

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