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AIR DATE: October 27, 2005

Wade Lieseke, Retired Sheriff, Nye County.
Mr Lieseke lost his son, First Lt. Frederick E. Pokorney in March, 2003, on the first day of the war in Iraq.

Pat Marek, Mother of Matthew Commons of Boulder City.
Her son died in Afghanistan six months after the September 11th attacks.

Dr. Ramu Komandouri, Chief of Staff, Veteran's Hospital.
Counsels families of vets killed and injured.

Eleanor Dachtler, Mother
Lost her posthumously decorated son, Nick Anderson, in November 2004.

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