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SOLDIER KILLED
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January 10, 2002 
Flowers are left at the First Special Forces Group Airborne memorial at
Fort Lewis, Washington, January... 
Fort Lewis, United States of America 
FLOWERS ARE LEFT AT THE AIRBORNE MEMORIAL. 
Flowers are left at the First Special Forces Group Airborne memorial at
Fort Lewis, Washington, January 10, 2002, bearing the name of Sgt. 1st
Class Nathan Ross Chapman, the first American soldier killed by enemy
fire in Afghanistan. "It deeply saddens me today, but we now have a new
hero," Col. David T. Fridovich, commander of the 1st Special Forces
Group said before Chapman was awarded military honors and his name was
added to the granite memorial of other members of the Special Forces
who had been killed. REUTERS/Duncan Livingston/POOL

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