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Marine Sgt. Adam Leigh Cann

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Marine Sgt. Adam Leigh Cann

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Marine Sgt. Adam Leigh Cann

Marine Sgt. Adam Leigh Cann

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Marine Sgt. Adam Leigh Cann was killed in a suicide bombing as he guarded Iraqi civilians outside a recruitment center in Ar Ramadi. The South Floridian was an assistant supervisor of the K-9 units in Iraq, and two months away from returning to California's Camp Pendleton, where he was supposed to be a chief trainer. Shannon Novak of member station WLRN reports.

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