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Kinlow had married his high-school sweetheart and rarely missed the Lincoln County Red Devils' home football games. He worked in a lumber yard and drove a freight truck. The citizen-soldiers he trained with every month included family friends and former teachers; he cracked them up with his imitations of the officers.
Then, late last year, he got the news: He was going to war.
So between Christmas and New Year's, he tore off two sheets of notebook paper and wrote out his life in summary, with a blank for the newspapers to fill in later, beginning with the end.
"Mr. James O. Kinlow, 35, of Holt St. died -------- in Iraq."
Nearly seven months later, the sentence was completed...
More at http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/10/25/iraq.soldier.story.ap/index.html