UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS BEIRUT MEMORIAL
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     It is sad that our country has forgotten the 241 Marines and Sailors that were killed by a suicide bomber in Beirut, Lebanon October 23, 1983.  The government has tried so hard to brush it under the rug and forget that 241 men were killed because they were American's supporting their country.  109 children lost their fathers that black Sunday - and their fathers have all been forgotten.   
 
Debby Horner - Proud widow of USMC Sgt Richard Blankenship - KIA - Beirut, Lebanon Oct. 23, 1983
 
 

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20th Anniversary   Beirut Memorial
Jacksonville, North Carolina

October 23, 2003
 
 
 

 
HONORABLE  VETERAN  MOCKED  FOR  HIS  PTSD
 
*     Eric Horner wrote and produced the song playing in the background for the Beirut Marines called  "Always Faithful"  on his Freedom Rings CD.
 
 
 

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