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IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Release No: 395-96
June 26, 1996

AIR FORCE MEMBERS KILLED IN BOMBING IDENTIFIED (RELEASE #3)

The Department of the Air Force released an additional name of an Air Force service member killed last night in the bombing of the Khobar Towers near King Abdul Aziz Air Base, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.

Assigned to Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.: Airman 1st Class Brent E. Marthaler, hometown Cambridge, Minn.

Previously announced names are: Airman 1st Class Peter J. Morgera, hometown Stratham, N.H.; Master Sgt. Kendall K. J. Kitson, hometown Yukon, Okla.; Tech. Sgt. Thanh V. Nguyen, hometown, Panama City, Fla.; Tech. Sgt. Patrick P. Fennig, hometown Greendale, Wis.; and Sgt. Millard D. Campbell, hometown Angelton, Texas. All were assigned to Eglin Air Force Base.

Assigned to Patrick Air Force Base, Fla.: Airman 1st Class Justin R. Wood, hometown Modesto, Calif.; Capt. Christopher J. Adams, Massapequa Park, N.Y.; Capt. Leland T. Haun, hometown Clovis, Calif.; Master Sgt. Michael G. Heiser, hometown Palm Coast, Fla. and Staff Sgt. Kevin J. Johnson, hometown Shreveport, La.

Names of other victims will be announced following notification of next of kin.

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