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just wanted to clear something up - I’m NOT interested in killing stalking because I want to promote a SERIOUSLY unhealthy relationship, I’m NOT interested in killing stalking because I approve the actions of stalking or serial killing - Sangwoo

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A grief stricken American infantryman whose buddy has been killed in action is comforted by another soldier. In the background a corpsman methodically fills out casualty tags Haktong-ni area Korea. August 28 1950.

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In New York City, piles of Christmas packages meant for American servicemen who have been listed as missing or killed in action await for “Return to Sender” stamps, 1944. You can see the words “missing” or “deceased” stamped on some of the packages on the bottom of the photograph.

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Gerda Taro: The forgotten photojournalist killed in action

Barcelona at the outbreak of war, 1936 : : Gerda Taro: The forgotten photojournalist killed in action

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✠ Franz Kleffner (2 July 1907 – 16 March 1945) killed in action during the Soviet offensive north of Lake Velence in Hungary.

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Captain Reuben Vaughan Kidd, Company A, 4th Alabama Infantry [Law's Brigade, Hood's Division, Longstreet's Corps], C.S.A. [killed in action at Chickamauga]. Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection.

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Japanese army war veteran carrying the ashes of a fellow soldier killed in action (China 1938)

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Ciapek, official mascot of 305 bomber squadron. Flew many missions, logged as a ‘passenger.’ On one of his missions, the plane never returned and was presumed lost at sea. It seemed he was killed in action, months later he reappeared in a nearby town. How he had survived the plunge into the sea, etc. remains a mystery. ID'd by his collar, which had the RAF Polish station’s name and small wooden bombs on it—one for each of the missions he had flown on. Ciapek was reunited with 305 Squadron.

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Sgt. Cheryl Lebeau O’Brien: October 14, 1966 – February 27, 1991. Cheryl O’Brien was the first woman in the 1st Infantry Division killed-in-action. On February 27, 1991, she volunteered to be a door-gunner on a Blackhawk transporting the remains of fallen soldiers. During the mission her helicopter was shot down by Iraqi forces - 2 hours after the cease fire was declared. Cheryl, along with the other nine people onboard, died in the crash.

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Gerda Taro: The forgotten photojournalist killed in action

Refugees from Malaga in Almeria, 1937 : : Gerda Taro: The forgotten photojournalist killed in action

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