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More Names Added to Idaho’s Fallen Memorial

BOISE, Idaho (KTVB) – Hundreds gathered around the Idaho Fallen Solder memorial Wednesday morning to honor the men and women who have died since 9/11. KTVB reports the ceremony didn’t last long, less than an hour, with most of the time taken to read the names of those who have died.

And, as it unfortunately does every year, the list of those fallen continues to grow. This year, four more people were added to the memorial bringing the total to 66 Idahoans. Staff Sergeant Octavio Hererra, Specialist Tom Murach, Specialist Spc. Mitchell Daehling and Private First Class Shane Wilson were the men who died in the last 12 months.

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