(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) This Week with George Stephanopoulos notes the passings of eight service members in Afghanistan. US Army MSG Gregory L Childs, 38, Warren, AR US Marines Sgt John P. Huling, 25, West Chester, OH US Army SSG Thomas K
May 13, 2012

(h/t Heather at VideoCafe)

This Week with George Stephanopoulos notes the passings of eight service members in Afghanistan.

US Army MSG Gregory L Childs, 38, Warren, AR
US Marines Sgt John P. Huling, 25, West Chester, OH
US Army SSG Thomas K Fogarty, 30, Alameda, CA
US Army 2Lt David E Rylander, 23, Stow, OH
US Army SPC Junot M L Cochilus, 34, Charlotte, NC
US Army SGT Jacob M Schwallie, 22, Clarksville, TN
US Army SPC Chase S Marta, 24, Chico, CA
US Army PFC Dustin D Gross, 19, Jeffersonville, KY

Per iCasualties, the total number of service members killed in Afghanistan is now 3,004.

We also mark the passings of the following notable names: author and illustrator Maurice Sendak, former US Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach, stylist Vidal Sasson, broadcaster Carl Beane, racer Carroll Shelby, Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Horst Faas and bass guitarist Donald "Duck" Dunn.

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