In Memoriam: Lives of Note

Robert Goulet, 73 -- Singer and actor whose role as Sir Lancelot in Broadway's "Camelot" launched his award-winning acting and singing career.

Paul Tibbets Jr, 92 --Air Force Pilot who flew the Enola Gay, the B-29 airplane that dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima during World War II.

John Woodruff, 92 -- A gold medalist during the 1936 Berlin Olympics, he helped repudiate Hitler's racial supremacy theory.

"Being a black man, we destroyed his mass race theory."

"I was very proud of that achievement and I was very happy for myself as an individual for my race and for my country."

THIS WEEK, THE PENTAGON RELEASED THE NAMES OF 11 SERVICE MEMBERS KILLED IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN.

Army MSG Thomas L Bruner, 50, of Owensboro, KY
Army MAJ Jeffrey R Calero, 34, of Queens Village, NY
Army SSG James D Bullard, 28, of Marion, SC
Army SGT Louis A Griese, 30, of Sturgeon Bay, WI
Army CPT Timothy I McGovern, 28, of Indiana
Army SPC Brandon W Smitherman, 21, of Conroe, TX
Army SGT Daniel L McCall, 24, of Pace, FL 
Army PFC Rush M Jenkins, 22, of Clarksville, TN 
Army PVT Cody M Carver, 19, of Haskell, OK
Air Force MSgt Thomas A Crowell, 36, of Neosho, MO
Air Force SSgt David A Wieger, 28, of North Huntingdon, PA

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