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  • Jerry Genesio

    Army Sgt. Michael Egan Died September 19, 2005 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom 36, of Philadelphia; assigned to the 1st Squadron, 104th Cavalry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division, Pennsylvania Army National Guard, Philadelphia; killed Sep. 19 when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle during patrol operations in Ramadi, Iraq.

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James Garner - We will miss this man of honor. His military service spread over 2 wars. WWII Merchant Marines & National Guard - Regular Army 5th Regiment in Korea. He was wounded twice and received 2 Purple Hearts. The earlier photograph shows him with a young Korean orphan he took care of during that war. Where is Hollywood today?

Ashley Edens is seen with the coffin of her late 22-year-old husband Army Spc. Jason K. Edens -- a special thank you to our military who sacrifice everything!

  • Nicole Moxley

    This is Lea Michelle and that is Cory Monteith's casket, so you are wrong!

  • Katelyn Fleischauer

    Actually this is Ashley, not Lea Michele. Hoax was started that this was Cory, but it actually Jason. So everyone is clear...RIP Spc Edens

  • Teneeka Davis

    It's not Corey and if you do your research you will see this is a hoax.

  • Carlee King

    Its absolutely ridiculous that people acthally believe this crap about Corey. It is so disrespectful to the family and to him and even this country! Why would a famous guy have an american flag over his coffin?? He wouldnt. I seriously feel so bad for this family because of the disrespect and hardships they went through during that horrible time! My deepest condolences to Ashely and his and her families!

  • kimberly shalley

    This picture breaks my heart every time i see it. Many blessings to the family

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Marine Sgt. Michael J. Guillory, 28, of Pearl River, Louisiana. Died December 14, 2012, serving during Operation Enduring Freedom. Assigned to 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion, Camp Pendleton, California. Died in Puzeh, Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Of head injuries sustained when his ATV slid into a ditch while placing strobe lights for a night supply air-drop.