Joshua Tabor, US Army, Sentenced to 60 Days for Waterboarding His 4 Year Old Daughter (2010)

Joshua Tabor, US Army

Joshua Tabor, Who Served in Iraq, Accused of Waterboarding Daughter
U.S. soldier Joshua Tabor waterboards his daughter, 4, because she couldn’t recite alphabet: police
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Army Sergeant Joshua Tabor was sentenced to 60 days in jail this morning after investigators say he “water boarded” his three-year-old daughter

Sgt Carlos Gill, US Army, Died of a Non Combat-Related Illness, Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan (2010)

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Sgt Carlos Gill, US Army

Sgt Carlos Gill, 25, US Army, died of a non combat related illness at Walter Reed Army Medical Center on January 26, 2010 after being evacuated from Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan. Sgt. Gill was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom on behalf of the 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment, 5th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division in Fort Lewis, Washington.

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Pfc Gifford Hurt, US Army, Died of a Non Combat Related Accident in Mosul, Iraq (2010)

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Pfc Gifford Hurt, US Army

Pfc. Gifford E. Hurt, Jr., 19, US Army, died of a non combat related accident on January 20, 2010 in Mosul, Iraq. Pfc. Hurt was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom on behalf of the 1st Battalion, 14th Field Artillery Regiment, 214th Fires Brigade, 4th Infantry Division in Fort Sill, Oklahoma. According to the Department of Defense, the circumstances surrounding the incident are under investigation.

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SSG Thaddeus Montgomery II, US Army, Died of a Non Combat-Related Incident at Korengal Outpost, Afghanistan (2010)

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SSG Thaddeus Montgomery II, US Army

SSG Thaddeus Montgomery II, 29, US Army, died of a non combat related incident on January 20, 2010 at Korengal Outpost, Afghanistan. SSG Montgomery was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom on behalf of the 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division in Fort Carson, Colorado. According to the Department of Defense, the circumstances surrounding the incident are under investigation.

“Killed in what Army officials have said was a noncombat-related shooting in Afghanistan. Exactly how former Decatur, Ala., resident Thaddeus S. Montgomery was shot to death in Afghanistan remains unclear, with the Army saying it is continuing to investigate and classifying Montgomery’s death as a noncombat-related incident.” -AL.com

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Sgt. 1st Class Michael Shannon, US Army, Died of a Non Combat-Related Incident in Kabul, Afghanistan (2010)

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Sgt. 1st Class Michael Shannon, US Army

Sgt. 1st Class Michael Shannon, 52, US Army, died of a non combat related incident on January 17, 2010 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Sgt. 1st Class Shannon was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom on behalf of the Army Reserve assigned to the International Security Assistance Force Joint Command in Kabul, Afghanistan. According to the Department of Defense, the circumstances surrounding the incident are under investigation.

“Shannon, 52, of Canadensis, suffered a heart attack Jan. 17 while serving in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. He was the first known soldier from Monroe County to die in Afghanistan.” -Pocono Record

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Pfc Michael Jarrett, US Army, Died of a Non Combat-Related Incident in Balad, Iraq (2010)

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Pfc. Michael Jarrett, US Army

Pfc. Michael Jarrett, 20, US Army, died of a non combat-related incident on January 6, 2010 in Balad, Iraq. Pfc. Jarrett was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom on behalf of the 2nd Battalion, 159th Aviation Regiment, 12th Combat Aviation Brigade in Illesheim, Germany. According to the Department of Defense, the circumstances surrounding the incident are under investigation.

“The incident is under investigation. Brenda Jarrett said she does not know how her son died, but she said she does not think anyone harmed him intentionally.” ~The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Spc Brushaun Anderson, US Army, Died of a Non Combat-Related Incident in Baghdad, Iraq (2010)

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Spc Brushaun Anderson, US Army

Spc Brushaun X. Anderson, 20, US Army, died of a non combat related incident in Baghdad, Iraq on January 1, 2010. Spc Anderson was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom on behalf of the 2nd Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) in Fort Drum, N.Y. According to the Department of Defense, the circumstances surrounding the incident are under investigation.

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Spc Jeremy Morlock, US Army (2010)

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Spc. Jeremy Morlock, US Army

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Spc Andrew Holmes, US Army (2010)

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Spc. Andrew Holmes, US Army

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SSG Calvin Gibbs, US Army (2010)

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SSG Calvin Gibbs, US Army

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