Late Soldier Leaves Journal To Infant Son
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.
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