Maj. Gen. Bret Daugherty places a coin at the boots of Sgt. 1st Class Matthew McClintock during a fallen soldier memorial at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in February. McClintock, a member of Alpha Company, 1-19th Special Forces Group, was on his third combat tour when he was killed Jan. 5 in southern Afghanistan.
Maj. Gen. Bret Daugherty places a coin at the boots of Sgt. 1st Class Matthew McClintock during a fallen soldier memorial at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in February. McClintock, a member of Alpha Company, 1-19th Special Forces Group, was on his third combat tour when he was killed Jan. 5 in southern Afghanistan. Sgt. 1st Class Jason Kriess U.S. National Guard photo
Maj. Gen. Bret Daugherty places a coin at the boots of Sgt. 1st Class Matthew McClintock during a fallen soldier memorial at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in February. McClintock, a member of Alpha Company, 1-19th Special Forces Group, was on his third combat tour when he was killed Jan. 5 in southern Afghanistan. Sgt. 1st Class Jason Kriess U.S. National Guard photo

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