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  • Hardest hit: Cindy Kirker talks about husband's suicide

    After five prior attempts, Sgt. James Roger Kirker committed suicide this year following a lengthy battle with PTSD. His ex-wife, Cindy, was asked if she regretted his decision to join the Army. Kirker served with JBLM's 1-17, the unit that suffered more fatal casualties in Afghanistan than any comparable Army force.

After five prior attempts, Sgt. James Roger Kirker committed suicide this year following a lengthy battle with PTSD. His ex-wife, Cindy, was asked if she regretted his decision to join the Army. Kirker served with JBLM's 1-17, the unit that suffered more fatal casualties in Afghanistan than any comparable Army force.
After five prior attempts, Sgt. James Roger Kirker committed suicide this year following a lengthy battle with PTSD. His ex-wife, Cindy, was asked if she regretted his decision to join the Army. Kirker served with JBLM's 1-17, the unit that suffered more fatal casualties in Afghanistan than any comparable Army force.

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