Late Soldier Leaves Journal To Infant Son Journalist Dana Canedy's life and family was changed forever when 1st Sgt. Charles Monroe King, the man she loved, was killed in combat after a roadside bomb, ripped through his Humvee in Iraq. Before his death, King wrote a journal to their infant son, Jordan, whom he had seen once.

Late Soldier Leaves Journal To Infant Son

Late Soldier Leaves Journal To Infant Son

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The ongoing wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have torn apart thousands of families for months and years at a time. But journalist Dana Canedy's life and family was changed forever when 1st Sgt. Charles Monroe King, the man she loved, was killed in combat after a roadside bomb, ripped through his Humvee in Iraq. Before his death, King wrote a journal to their infant son, Jordan, whom he had seen once..

Canedy talks about her recent book, A Journal for Jordan: A story of Love and Honor, which includes notes from the late soldier to his son.

A Journal for Jordan
A Story of Love and Honor
By Dana Canedy

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