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A bugler blows taps into the chapel on Fort Eustis during a memorial service for Spc. Raymond Faulstich Jr., a truck driver with the Fort Eustis-based 89th Transportation Company who was killed by small-arms fire when insurgents attacked his convoy near Najaf.

A bugler blows taps into the chapel on Fort Eustis during a memorial service for Spc. Raymond Faulstich Jr., a truck driver with the Fort Eustis-based 89th Transportation Company who was killed by small-arms fire when insurgents attacked his convoy near Najaf.Rob Ostermaier, Daily Press
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