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The long goodbye...

October 19, 2009
Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images

Joanne Ryan (R), mother of USMC Sgt. James McIlvaine, holds McIlvaine's daughter Alexa McIlvaine (C) while being comforted by Eric Cembrook (L) during a visit to Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery during the burial service for Spc. Stephen Mace Monday in Arlington, Virginia. McIlvaine and Mace were both from the Purcellville, Virginia area. McIlvaine was killed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in April 2009, and Mace was killed October 3, 2009 along with seven other U.S. soldiers in the Nuristan province of Afghanistan.
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October 19, 2009 Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images Joanne Ryan (R), mother of USMC Sgt. James McIlvaine, holds McIlvaine's daughter Alexa McIlvaine (C) while being comforted by Eric Cembrook (L) during a visit to Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery during the burial service for Spc. Stephen Mace Monday in Arlington, Virginia. McIlvaine and Mace were both from the Purcellville, Virginia area. McIlvaine was killed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in April 2009, and Mace was killed October 3, 2009 along with seven other U.S. soldiers in the Nuristan province of Afghanistan. (The Spokesman-Review)
Good morning, Netizens...

This is how you say goodbye forever... with heart-rending tears.

Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images

Joanne Ryan (R), mother of USMC Sgt. James McIlvaine, holds McIlvaine's daughter Alexa McIlvaine (C) while being comforted by Eric Cembrook (L) during a visit to Section 60 at Arlington National Cemetery during the burial service for Spc. Stephen Mace Monday in Arlington, Virginia. McIlvaine and Mace were both from the Purcellville, Virginia area. McIlvaine was killed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom in April 2009, and Mace was killed October 3, 2009 along with seven other U.S. soldiers in the Nuristan province of Afghanistan.

Dave




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