Monday, January 30, 2012


Military deaths
Los Angeles Times - ‎Jan 22, 2012‎
Daniel B. Bartle, 27, of Ferndale, Wash.; captain, Marine Corps. Bartle was among six Marines killed Thursday when their CH-53D helicopter crashed in an apparent accident in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province, on the Pakistani border.
Willis corporal among Marines killed in Afghanistan copter crash
Houston Chronicle - ‎Jan 21, 2012‎
By Joshua Mann and Lindsay Wise This US Marine Corps CH-53D Sea Stallion helicopter is the same type in which Marine Cpl. Joseph D. Logan was killed in Afghanistan on Thursday. A Marine from Willis was among the six who died in a helicopter crash in ...
Marine Capt. Daniel Bartle, 27, of Ferndale, dies in helicopter crash in ...
The Seattle Times - ‎Jan 21, 2012‎
Marine Capt. Daniel Bartle, 27, from Ferndale, Whatcom County, died Thursday in a helicopter crash while serving his second tour of duty in Afghanistan. By Nancy Bartley He was a high-school valedictorian, a congressional page and a United States Naval ...
French defense minister travels to Afghanistan after deadly attack
CNN - ‎Jan 21, 2012‎
By the CNN Wire Staff US Marine CH-53D Sea Stallion helicopter, Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463, remain docked along the flight line of HMH-463 for maintenance checks and repairs, Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, May 6, 2011.
Military says Md. Marine died in Afghan helicopter crash; relative says he ...
Washington Post - ‎Jan 21, 2012‎
The Department of Defense says one of the six Marines killed this week in the crash of a US helicopter in Afghanistan is from Maryland, though his father-in-law says he has no ties to the state. Military officials on Saturday identified Cpl. Jesse W.
Military IDs Marines killed in helicopter crash
Chicago Tribune - ‎Jan 21, 2012‎
HONOLULU— The names of six Hawaii-based Marines killed when their helicopter crashed Thursday in Afghanistan were released Saturday by military officials. The crash in the southern province of Helmand was the deadliest in Afghanistan since August, ...
Naval Academy grad killed in Afghanistan
Baltimore Sun (blog) - ‎Jan 21, 2012‎
A 2006 graduate of the US Naval Academy was killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan on Thursday, the Marine Corps has confirmed. The 27-year-old was one of six Marines who died in the accident. The Pentagon identified him as Marine Corps Capt.