James Patrick Hunter (January 22, 1985 – 18 June 2010), 25 years old, of South Amherst, Ohio, was an Army journalist stationed in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Hunter was the first Army journalist to die in combat since the beginning of the War in Afghanistan.

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  • James Patrick Hunter (January 22, 1985 – 18 June 2010), 25 years old, of South Amherst, Ohio, was an Army journalist stationed in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Hunter was the first Army journalist to die in combat since the beginning of the War in Afghanistan. (en)
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  • James Patrick Hunter (January 22, 1985 – 18 June 2010), 25 years old, of South Amherst, Ohio, was an Army journalist stationed in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Hunter was the first Army journalist to die in combat since the beginning of the War in Afghanistan. (en)
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