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ATTACK CHAPMAN
RTRBF4 
January 11, 2002 
Renae Chapman, the widow of killed-in-action U.S. Army Special Forces
soldier Sgt. 1st Class Nathan... 
Covington, United States of America 
WIDOW OF SLAIN GREEN BERET SFC NATHAN CHAPMAN CARRIES AMERICAN FLAG. 
Renae Chapman, the widow of killed-in-action U.S. Army Special Forces
soldier Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Ross Chapman carries the American flag
presented to her during her husband's burial ceremony at Tahoma
National Cemetery in Covington, Washington, January 11, 2002. Chapman
was killed January 4 in Afghanistan in an ambush to become the first
U.S. soldier killed by direct enemy fire in the conflict.
REUTERS/Robert Sorbo

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