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Army Lt. Col. Jaimie E. Leonard
Died June 8, 2013 Serving During Operation Enduring Freedom
39, of Warrick, N.Y.; assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Drum, N.Y.; died June 8 in Sharana, Afghanistan, of injuries caused by small-arms fire received at Zarghun Shahr, Afghanistan. Also killed was Army Lt. Col. Todd J. Clark, 40, of Evans Mills, N.Y.
Funeral for N.Y. soldier killed in Afghanistan
The Associated Press
WEST POINT, N.Y. — A 1997 West Point graduate who was one of three New Yorkers killed in an attack in Afghanistan has been buried in the cemetery at the military school on the Hudson River.
The funeral for Lt. Col. Jaimie Leonard of Warwick was Thursday afternoon at the U.S. Military Academy's Most Holy Trinity Chapel.
Her casket was then escorted to the post cemetery by flag-bearing local veterans on motorcycles and an Army honor guard that fired a 21-shot salute.
Leonard, Lt. Col. Todd Clark and Joseph Morabito of Hunter were killed June 8 by an Afghan soldier they were training.
The funeral for Morabito, a retired law enforcement officer working as a military contractor, was Monday in Greene County.
Services for Clark were Tuesday in his suburban Albany hometown, Guilderland.