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Military - Florida's Fallen Soldiers 2010

Florida's Fallen Soldiers

Art Levy | 1/1/2011
Pfc. James A. Page Pfc. James A. Page

Age: 23

Hometown: Titusville

Died: Aug. 31
Makeshift bomb

War: Afghanistan

Spec. Marc C. Whisenant Spec. Marc C. Whisenant

Age: 23

Hometown: Holly Hill

Died: Sept. 24
Vehicle rollover

War: Iraq

Sgt. Karl A. Campbell Sgt. Karl A. Campbell

Age: 34

Hometown: Chiefland

Died: Oct. 4
Makeshift bomb

War: Afghanistan

Hospital Corpsman Edwin Gonzalez Hospital Corpsman Edwin Gonzalez

Age: 22

Hometown: North Miami Beach

Died: Oct. 8
Makeshift bomb

War: Afghanistan

Spc. David A. Hess Spc. David A. Hess

Age: 25

Hometown: Ruskin

Died: Oct. 10
Makeshift bomb

War: Afghanistan

2nd Lt. Robert M. Kelly 2nd Lt. Robert M. Kelly

Age: 29

Hometown: Tallahassee

Died: Nov. 9
Makeshift bomb

War: Afghanistan

Staff Sgt. Juan L. Rivadeneira Staff Sgt. Juan L. Rivadeneira

Age: 27

Hometown: Davie

Died: Nov. 13
Suicide bomber

War: Afghanistan

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