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Sej_what • 2 years ago

Dear Kiley My Sweetie. Before departing for a tour in afghanistan first lieutenant todd weaver left a note to his 9 month old daughter. todd weaver was killed on september 9, 2010 by an improvised explosive device. this is the letter to his daughter

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