US marines who lost comrades in Kabul airport return home
05 October 2021 | 6:39 am
Marines from the battalion that suffered ten casualties - nine marines and one sailor - in the August 26 Kabul airport terrorist attack return to their home base of Camp Pendleton, California.
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