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An unidentified man who died at the age of 48 on April 20, 2011, is a victim of a tragedy that has been widely covered by local, national and international media.

The man’s name is Michael.

The father of five, he was a Marine stationed in Iraq in 2003 when he was wounded in a suicide attack.

The Washington Times identified him by his first name only because of the circumstances surrounding his death, but he was not named.

He was an Army veteran, a father of four children, and a grandfather to seven grandchildren.

He worked as a personal trainer in his home town of Arlington, Virginia.

A national action network for veterans and service members, Trinity Broadcasting Network, was launched in 2013, in part to bring to light the human cost of war.

Its website says that “this is the moment my story has been waiting to be written.”

“This is a story that resonates because it’s true,” said Tony LeBlanc, the network’s founder and executive director.

The father of three and grandfather to two, Michael’s story is one of the most important to share in the past six years, the website says.

It began with the shooting of a fellow Marine, John Paul White, by a man who was on a mission to rescue his son from an ISIS bomb in Afghanistan in November 2015.

White was killed in a mortar strike.

The wounded Marine, who had a service-connected injury to his leg, was found dead near the entrance to a hospital.

The shooting took place in the middle of a road in the Afghan town of Ghazni, where the Taliban had held many American troops.

The Marines in Afghanistan are often accused of taking innocent civilians and putting them in the hands of the enemy.

In the weeks before his death the father had been on a one-day mission in the district of Wardak to rescue White from the clutches of the Taliban.

The son was wounded and died the following day.

His father, however, was not a combat veteran.

He had been discharged from the Marines for a “personal injury,” according to a statement released by the Army National Guard.

“I lost my husband and son because of a terrorist attack that was perpetrated by the Taliban,” the father said in the statement, which was released through Trinity Broadcasting’s website.

The statement also said that he had received a letter from the father’s wife.

It is not clear why Michael died at such a young age.

The Associated Press reported in February that his wife was at a hospital in Kabul recovering from complications from an infection, but did not say what had been done to address the father or to investigate what might have led to his death.

The Associated Press did not have access to the father until the end of March, and did not report on the family’s story until March 18.

At the time of his death his family members were still in Kabul.

He had been hospitalized for several months, and was in the hospital for a brain hemorrhage and blood clots.

The family said the man had been suffering from a stroke.

The story of Michael’s father has been reported in the New York Times and the Boston Globe, but the national network’s website did not mention his name until May 19, two days after the father died.

The national action channel’s website says its purpose is to help veterans and their families understand the human costs of war and the toll it can take on a family.

“Trinity Broadcasting Network has helped us to document the many stories of veterans and servicemembers who have died, and we have also helped us connect these stories with our readers and the public,” said LeBlanchy.

“We hope that the stories of our heroes and victims will serve as a reminder that we all have a place in this world, even those who have served, and that the time for sadness and anger is over.”

The network said the story of the father was “not unique.”

“We do know that the U.S. military has a long record of abusing and killing men, women, and children,” the network said.

“It is no secret that we’ve seen many stories about those who are killed by our own troops.”

The father’s story made its debut in The New York Post in March.

The paper reported that his son was killed during an assault on a police station by insurgents on April 5, 2015.

Michael, his wife and two children were killed in the attack.

His family was told that their father was wounded, but it did not appear that he was.

The National Action Network also said it was working with the family to determine what led to the son’s death.

LeBlancha said his group has also been in touch with members of the family and other witnesses.

“We know that some people have been questioning why the father wasn’t treated as an enemy combatant, and why he wasn’t given the proper treatment when he died,” he said.