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A Canadian bagpiper plays "Amazing Grace"; on the bagpipe during a memorial service, Oct. 29, at Forward Operating Base Wilson, Afghanistan. Pfc. Devin J. Michel, of Stockton, Ill., died, Oct. 24, when enemy forces attacked his platoon with an improvised explosive device. Michel joined the Army in 2008 and deployed to Afghanistan, May 24. He leaves behind his wife, Anika. 1st Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment Photo by Staff Sgt. Justin Weaver

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