A plaque marks the 1.6-mile Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail, which cuts through woods and wetlands and joins South Hill Park with the Heritage Recreation Center. Chapman was a local Green Beret and the first of 316 JBLM service members killed in Afghanistan.
A plaque marks the 1.6-mile Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail, which cuts through woods and wetlands and joins South Hill Park with the Heritage Recreation Center. Chapman was a local Green Beret and the first of 316 JBLM service members killed in Afghanistan. Courtesy of Pierce County Parks and Recreation
A plaque marks the 1.6-mile Nathan Chapman Memorial Trail, which cuts through woods and wetlands and joins South Hill Park with the Heritage Recreation Center. Chapman was a local Green Beret and the first of 316 JBLM service members killed in Afghanistan. Courtesy of Pierce County Parks and Recreation

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Fallen JBLM GI is more than footnote of Afghan war

April 25, 2016 9:01 AM

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