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APO/FPO: APO AE (Note 1*)
Added here: 14 December 2005
End date: 15 Apr 2006 (Note 3*)
Contact for approx number of Males: 5, Females: 0 (Note 5*)
Unit is from: New York (Note 6*)
PFC Stephen Snowberger

15 May 2006:
IMMEDIATE RELEASE No. 444-06
May 15, 2006

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DoD Identifies Army Casualties
The Department of Defense announced today the death of two soldiers who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. They died in Baghdad, Iraq, on May 11, when an improvised explosive device detonated near their HMMWV during combat patrol operations. Both soldiers were assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 6th Field Artillery Regiment, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, N.Y.

Killed were:

Pfc. Eric D. Clark, 22, of Pleasant Prairie, Wis.

Pfc. Stephen P. Snowberger III, 18, of Lopez, Pa.


Man with local ties killed in Iraq
By:JAMES LOEWENSTEIN 05/17/2006
Army Pfc. Stephen P. Snowberger, 18, who graduated from the Red Rock Job Corps Center in Lopez in late 2004, was killed in Iraq Thursday by a roadside bomb during combat patrol operations in Baghdad, the Department of Defense said in a news release.
Snowberger had wanted to join the military from the time he entered the Red Rock Job Corps Center in November 2003, said Jim McGee, director of the job corps center.
Shortly after graduating from the Job Corps in November 2004, McGee joined the Army, he said.
About a month ago, before Snowberger was deployed to Iraq, Snowberger had telephoned the Red Rock Job Corps Center, because he wanted to talk to the students about the military and the benefits he felt it was giving him, McGee said.
But on his way to the Job Corps Center, his vehicle broke down, and he was never able to give that talk, McGee said.
Snowberger had been living in Bear, Del., when he entered the Job Corps, McGee said. His parents now live in North Carolina, he said.
Snowberger was thankful for the education and job skills he had gotten from his country and wanted to give back, "even to the point of giving his life for his country," McGee said.
"And ultimately he made that sacrifice for his country," McGee said.
A memorial service will be held at 2:30 p.m. on May 25 at the Red Rock Job Corps Center to honor Snowberger and other servicemen as well as veterans, McGee said.

James Loewenstein can be reached at (570) 265-1633; or email: jloewenstein@thedailyreview.com


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