First US Service Member Killed In Kabul Identified

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The first victim of the bombing in Kabul has been identified.

Max Soviak, a Navy medic seemingly in his early 20s, has been identified as one of the 13 US service members killed in the Kabul bombing.

From New York Post:

One of the US service members killed in the suicide bombing outside of the Kabul airport has been identified, reports said Friday.

Max Soviak, a Navy medic believed to be in his early 20s, is one of at least 13 US service members who were killed in Thursday’s explosion, Sky News reported.

The other 12 service members, which include 10 Marines and 2 Army soldiers, are yet to be identified.

American hero.

Pray for him and his family.

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