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    cotterc404
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    Registered: Feb 2004
    Location: Ohio
    Posts: 6
    Pfc Randall Clunen
    One of my best friends nephews is a soldier who was critcally wounded in the ongoing war in Iraq. He was wounded by a suicide bomber in the Northern Iraqi city of Mosul. PFC Clunen was interviewed recently by TIME Magazine. His Captain credits Randall with saving many American lives by opening fire on the oncoming suicide bomber driving to the HQ of the 101st Airborne unit in Mosul. The suicide bomber detonated the truck early wounding 41 US soldiers, 4 seriously. PFC Clunen was one of the seriously injured. He stayed conscious the whole time after being wounded although his eardrums were shattered and sharpnel had engulfed itself in various parts of his body and tearing away portions on his cheek. I feel that this soldier is a true American hero doing what he believed was right, especially in this life threatening circimstance. If you could please read more on him and possbily do a article on him that would be great!

    Cotter

    Salem Ohio
    "Send Me"

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    http://www.morningjournalnews.com/story.asp?ID=21909

    This will give people the idea of what happened.

    Mark
    Deo Vindice
    Si vis pacem, para bellum. (If you want peace, prepare for war.)

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      PFC Clunen

      It is soldiers like PFC Clunen who make me proud to be an American and proud to have served as well. He carries on the finest traditions of the U.S. Military.

      I salute him.

      Mark Adams (once a sgt in the U.S. Army)
      aka dog

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      • #4
        That young man really is a hero.

        How is he doing now?
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