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Old 2 January 2009, 12:43
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Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Charlotte, NC
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From The city website

Memorial Bronze Sculpture of "Sargeant First Class Nathan R. Chapman"

The Sergeant First Class Nathan Chapman Fund has been designed to honor not just the heroic acts of SFC Chapman, but to honor and assist the families of other Central Texas men and women who have given their lives while spreading the cause of freedom.

On January 4th, 2002, near the city of Khost, Afghanistan, SFC Nathan R. Chapman became the first American soldier killed by enemy fire in the War on Terror. Although mortally wounded, SFC Chapman heroically returned fire until losing consciousness and is credited with saving the lives of his comrades. The sculpture, created by renowned sculptor Bob Pack, is located on the northeast corner of the Williamson County Justice Center.
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If we aren't at war, I have been having some really bad dreams for about six or seven years now and need to explain to my wife and family why I have spent about 40 months away from home... are we just "at odds"
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