The print version of The Washington Post has, at least several times that I've noticed, contained a special pull-out section featuring the names and faces of the U.S. soldiers who have died in Iraq. The Post has also devoted a part of it's web site to these soliders in a "Faces of the Fallen" feature.
Those lost in the war include a Sikh, Uday Singh, who served as an Army gunner. After Singh's death, the Post ran a great article on how Singh's death impacted the Sikh community. The article noted that on the one-year anniversary of Singh's passing, a group of Sikhs congregated at his headstone at Arlington National Cemetary, in part, "to remind the rest of the world that Sikhs are Americans."
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