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Marietta Marine killed in mortar shell explosion

March 19, 2013

Marietta native Joshua Taylor was among the seven Marines killed by a mortar shell explosion that injured a half-dozen more during a training exercise in Nevada’s high desert Monday night....

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armybrat

Mar-19-13 6:44 PM

Rest in peace marine, rest in peace.

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positiveapproach

Mar-19-13 6:45 PM

What a terrible tragedy. Josh was such a nice and polite young man. Heaven certainly gained an angel.

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truthandbelieve

Mar-19-13 6:53 PM

Prayers to the family and friends of Josh. Thank you for your service to our country.

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RickyBobby

Mar-19-13 7:11 PM

So sad to hear about this. I was fortunate enough to have the great opportunity to become friends with Josh and he loved what he was doing but most importantly he loved life, God and his country. He will be missed.

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hunted1

Mar-19-13 9:34 PM

Prayers to Josh's friends and family! Rest in Peace Marine!

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asears75

Mar-19-13 9:55 PM

from one serviceman to another, RIP brother...your sacrifices, i promise will never be forgotten!Semper FI

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doh1032

Mar-19-13 11:20 PM

I had Josh as a drivers ed student, as well as both of his sisters. They were/are all great kids...a testament to their upbringing. Condolences to the entire family and also to the families of the other marines who lost their lives. Rest in peace all.

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doh1032

Mar-19-13 11:20 PM

I had Josh as a drivers ed student, as well as both of his sisters. They were/are all great kids...a testament to their upbringing. Condolences to the entire family and also to the families of the other marines who lost their lives. Rest in peace all.

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