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Lydia Smith
Lydia Smith • 1 year ago

Lt. Col. Richard Thompson, commander, Third Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, presents the flag that draped Staff Sgt. Marc Golczynski’s casket to his 8yr old son.

  • Lydia Smith
    Lydia Smith • 1 year ago

    Lt. Col. Richard Thompson, commander, Third Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, presents the flag that draped Staff Sgt. Marc Golczynski’s casket to his eight-year-old son Christian Golczynski. Marine Staff Sgt. Marc Golczynski, 30, was shot by enemy fire while on patrol in the Al Anbar Provence, where he was stationed on his second tour of duty in Iraq (which he volunteered for). He was assigned to Marine Forces Reserve’s Third Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, Fourth Marine Division, Nashville. Marc Golczynski was shot on 27 March 2007, just a few weeks before he was due to return home.

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