NPR news story on remembering Capt. David “Seth” Mitchell

Posted By on November 2, 2009

Capt. David "Seth" MitchellAlthough most of my conservative friends would be appalled I listed to National Public Radio, they produced an appreciated story reflecting on the life of Capt. David “Seth” Mitchell, 1 of 14 Marines killed on October 27th and played the story nationally (MP3 Link). It was good to hear how the community of Loveland (NE of Cincinnati) showed respect to Capt. Mitchell’s military service and his life, although it’s frustratingly painful to hear of the loss of those who have given their lives for our country. Thanks for sharing Capt. David “Seth” Mitchell’s story NPR — see Cincinnati Enquirer story.

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Comments

  • Friend of Seth’s

    Thank you for adding the NPR story link. I had heard it was available but your site was the only place I could find it. My heart goes out to his family. Seth was a great guy.

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