RAY SUAREZ: And again to our honor roll of American service personnel killed in the Afghanistan conflict. We add them as their deaths are made official and as photographs become available. Here, in silence, are 10 more.
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Honoring the Fallen Soldiers of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars
December 20, 2012 at 12:00 AM EST
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We end the NewsHour with the latest military deaths, a part of our ongoing honor roll of the American service personnel killed in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.
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