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Fallen soldier recalled as a leader and good son

He was slain in Iraq by a roadside bomb

By David Abel
Globe Staff / April 10, 2007

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Ever since he was a Cub Scout, Adam Kennedy liked to wear a uniform. The Norfolk boy who often wore camouflage and later heaved more than 1,000 pounds as a prize-winning weight lifter became a 25-year-old sergeant in the Army who oversaw the security detail of the colonel commanding his brigade in Iraq. (Full article: 637 words)

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