It is sad to say but another Sikh has died in the war on "terrorism" http://www.sacbee.com/2011/06/24/3725379/antelope-marine-dies-in-combat.html 1/5 (1st battalion 5th marine regiment) one of my old sister battalions (3/5 or 3rd battalion 5th marine regiment) was in Sangin district (Helmand Afghanistan) which had some of the heaviest fighting of the Afghan war. The UK took the most casualties in this district and when the US took over they sent in the Marine Corps. My Battalion (3/5) did the initial fighting. Losing over 30 and over 200 wounded in action. Next 1/5 left our camp which is located at Camp San Mateo on the Marine Corps base at Camp Pendleton. I wished farewell to many of those Marines that morning they left, did not see Singh though. Here is a documentary done on the region by the BBC while my battalion was there. 1/5 (Singhs battalion) had the same region, now you know time and place. YouTube - U.S. Marines in Sangin, Afghanistan 2011 [Part 1 of 2]‏ [part 1] YouTube - U.S. Marines in Sangin, Afghanistan 2011 [Part 2 of 2]‏ [part 2] Also here are links I used while my friends were fighting (I had left the Marine Corps by the time they arrived in Afghan) too keep track of casualties. Afghanistan: http://icasualties.org/OEF/Fatalities.aspx Iraq: http://icasualties.org/Iraq/Fatalities.aspx We are losing dozens of Marines, Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen every week, the media (all of them) have literally put this war on the back burner... Keep the family in your hearts. Fateh.