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Florida's Fallen Soldiers

These 37 armed forces personnel from Florida died while serving the country in 2011.

| 12/28/2011
» Marine Cpl.
Johnathan W. Taylor, 23
Hometown: Homosassa
Died: Feb. 22 / combat
» Army Pfc.
Michael C. Mahr, 26
Hometown: Homosassa
Died: March 22 / combat
» Navy Aviation
Ordnanceman 1st Class

Vincent A. Filpi III, 41
Hometown: Fort Walton Beach
Died: March 22 / non-combat
» Army Sgt. 1st Class
Ofren Arrechaga, 28
Hometown: Hialeah
Died: March 29 / gunfire
» Army Sgt.
Keith T. Buzinski, 26
Hometown: Daytona Beach
Died: April 7 / gunfire

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