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Part IV, “Our Wall Our Recognition” A Road less Traveled, Sunset has fallen over more of our Sisters and Brothers. The road of life has ended and they.

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2 Part IV, “Our Wall Our Recognition” A Road less Traveled, Sunset has fallen over more of our Sisters and Brothers. The road of life has ended and they now travel on a different road. There are no exits from that road, and they will not return to us from it. It is one-way, and it is permanent. And while we weep for our losses, pray for strength and hope for an ending to this conflict, we have to realize the reality that we too will one day travel this road ourselves and on that day, we will see them again. But for today, let us take the time and share the grief of others. Let us recognize their contributions and sacrifices and say a prayer for those who still walk close to that road everyday. Clyde Dowell II For omissions and submissions me at

3 Spc. Toccara Green 23 Rosedale MD Lance Cpl. Andre Williams 23 Galloway OH Lance Cpl. Dion Whitley 21 Los Angeles CA Lance Cpl. Kevin Waruinge 22 Tampa FL Pfc Benny Franklin 19 Hammond La Pfc. Roberto Baez 19 Tampa FL Pvt. Christopher Palmer 22 Sacramento CA Sgt. 1st class Christopher Phelps 39 Louisville Ky Sgt. 1st class Neil Prince 35 Baltimore MD Sgt. 1st class Stephen White 39 Talladega AL

4 Sgt. Anthony J Davis Jr. 22 Long Beach CA Sgt. Brahim Jeffcoat 25 Philadelphia PA Sgt. Brian Conner 36 Baltimore MD Sgt. Clarence Floyd Jr. 28 Newark NJ Sgt. Donald Furman 30 Burton SC Sgt. Tyrone Chisholm 27 Savannah GA Spc. Adrian Butler 28 East Lansing MI Spc. Bernard Ceo 23 Baltimore MD Spc. Jeffery Williams 20 Warrenville IL Spc. John Kulick 35 Harleysville PA

5 Spc. Kendall Fredrick 21 Randallstown MD Spc. Marcus Futrell 20 Macon GA Ssgt Aram Bass 25 Niagara Falls NY Ssgt. Damion Campbell 23 Baltimore MD Ssgt. George Alexander Jr. 34 Killeen TX Ssgt Leroy Alexander 27 Dale City VA Lt. Col. Albert Smart 41 San Antonio TX Lance Cpl Deshon Otey 24, Hardin, Ky

6 Ssgt. Travis Cooper 24 Macon MSSsgt. Carl Fuller 44 Covington GA Ssgt Tommy Little 47 Aliceville AL Spc. Benyahmin Yahudah 24 Bogart GA Spc. Terrance Lee Sr. 25 Moss Point MS Sgt. John McGee 36 Columbus GA Sgt. James Kinlow 35 Thomson GASgt. 1st class Randy Collins 36 Long Beach CA Fusilier Donal Anthony Meade 22 Erith Kent England Honorable Mention

7 It is easy to forget the tragedies of today when the politics of yesterday over- shadow them. But, we all have to look forward to the day when the fighting has ceased and our loved ones return from those distant lands to rejoin us as Mothers, Fathers, Brothers, Sisters, Daughters and Sons. Say a prayer for all of them, and pray for an end to this conflict. 2,529 American service women and men have lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan, 229 of them were of African Descent. “It may be long before the law of love will be recognized in international affairs. The machineries of government stand between and hide the hearts of one people from those of another” Gandhi


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