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March 26, 2013 3:10 PM

Rock Hill colonel in Afghanistan: Fallen soldier ‘gave his life to free the oppressed’

Lt. Col. Corol Dobson of Rock Hill, commander of more than 700 soldiers in Afghanistan in Task Force Prowler, said today that the death of a soldier under his command will reinforce his troops’ resolve in their battle against terrorism.

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