In Memoriam: Recalling Lives of Note

Nick Reynolds, 75 -- Folk singer. Won two Grammys with the Kingston Trio and helped launch the 1950s folk revival.

Osborn Elliott, 83 -- Managing editor, Newsweek. Under his stewardship from 1960-76, the magazine's readership almost doubled.

J.L. Chestnut, 77 -- Civil rights lawyer. The first black attorney in Selma, Ala., he spent 50 years fighting for minority voting rights.

THIS WEEK, THE PENTAGON RELEASED THE NAMES OF 9 SOLDIERS AND MARINES KILLED IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN.

 

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ARMY PFC James A. Bryant, 22, of Belleville, Ill.

ARMY SPC Christopher T. Fox, 21, of Memphis, Tenn.

ARMY CPT Richard G. Cliff, Jr., 29, of Mount Pleasant, S.C.

ARMY SSG Ronald Phillips, Jr., 33, of Conway, S.C.

ARMY CPT Michael J. Medders, 25, of Ohio

ARMY SGT William E. Hasenflu, 38, of Bradenton, Fla.

ARMY SFC Jamie S. Nicholas, 32, of Maysel, W.Va.

ARMY SFC Gary J. Vasquez, 33, of Round Lake, Ill.

ARMY PFC Christopher A. Bartkiewicz, 25, of Dunfermline, Ill.