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Spc. Jarrod Lallier’s memorial service

Spc. Jarrod Lallier, 20, of Spokane, was killed June 18, 2012, in Afghanistan when men dressed as Afghan police turned their weapons against his unit. On Monday, July 2, 2012, Lallier received military honors at his memorial, which took place the day before what would have been his 21st birthday. After the memorial at Life Center Foursquare Church, the procession headed to Fairmount Memorial Park Cemetery for interment services.


Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

Army 82nd Airborne honor guard carry Spc. Jarrod Lallier’s casket to a hearse after services at Life Center Foursquare Church Monday, July 2, 2012. Spc. Lallier, 20, of Spokane, was killed in Afghanistan when men dressed as Afghan police turned their weapons against his unit.


Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

A U.S. Army 82nd Airborne honor gurard salutes Spc. Jarrod Lallier’s casket after placing it in a hearse during funeral services at Life Center Foursquare Church Monday, July 2, 2012. Spc. Lallier, 20, of Spokane, was killed in Afghanistan when men dressed as Afghan police turned their weapons against his unit.


Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

Chris Wren with the Patriot Guard stows his American flag after services for Jarrod Lallier started at Life Center Foursquare Church Monday, July 2, 2012.


Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

Members of the Patriot Guard leave Spc. Jarrod Lallier’s memorial at Life Center Foursquare Church and head the Fairmount Memorial Park Cemetery to prepare for interment services.


Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

With the Patriot Guard lining the way, the hearse containing the casket of Spc. Jarrod Lallier arrives at Fairmount Memorial Park Cemetery for interment services Monday, July 2, 2012.


Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

A U.S. Army 82nd Airborne honor guard removes Spc. Jarrod Lallier’s casket from a hearse during interment services at Fairmount Memorial Park Cemetery Monday, July 2, 2012. Spc. Lallier, 20, of Spokane, was killed in Afghanistan when men dressed as Afghan police turned their weapons against his unit.


Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

After military honors at the interment services for Spc. Jarrod Lallier, Brigadier General Jeff Colt presents the Lallier family, left to right, parents Gary and Kim, and brother and sister Jordan and Jessica , with the American flag. Spc. Lallier, 20, of Spokane, was killed in Afghanistan when men dressed as Afghan police turned their weapons against his unit.


Colin Mulvany - The Spokesman-Review

An honor guard bugler plays “Taps” at the interment services for Spc. Jarrod Lallier Monday, July 2, 2012, at Fairmount Memorial Park.


U.S Army Photo

Spc. Jarrod A. Lallier, 20, a Spokane Wash. native, who served as an Infantryman with Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, died June 18 from wounds sustained in a firefight in Zharay District, Kandahar province, Afghanistan.

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