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Titus Gracchi
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A young man (23 years) who was at a couple of the Coh Tres Italia meetings and had started planning his persona and started buying his kit in anticipation of his return from Iraq. He was killed in Iraq by a roadside bomb, after only a couple of months in the country, according to an email from his family.
A proud Christian, and proud soldier, may he be with his Master in Heaven.
A great loss to COH III ITAL and his community.

Caius Fabius, decurio Coh Tres Ital
(Charles)
Caius Fabius Maior
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#2
I am very saddend to hear this news Cry My prayers go out to his family, and friends.
"...quemadmodum gladius neminem occidit, occidentis telum est."


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#3
My sympathies, and to his family. Only 23... Cry
Robert Vermaat
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#4
A very sad loss of a young soldier Cry
My deepest sympathies to his family and friends....
sad regards
Arthes
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#5
Yes, sad news indeed. My thoughts are with his loved-ones.
Greets!

Jasper Oorthuys
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#6
Gods rest his soul and offer comfort and strengh to his loved ones.
Kind regards
Stefanos
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