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February 26, 2021
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(wgvu) - BAGHDAD (AP) - The U-S military is offering up to 200-thousand
dollars for information leading to the return of three American
soldiers missing in Iraq.
Fifty-thousand leaflets advertising the offer have been
distributed in the area where the troops disappeared Saturday after
a pre-dawn ambush.
Private Byron Fouty of Oakland County's Waterford Township is
among the seven soldiers identified by the Pentagon as either
missing or confirmed dead after the ambush.
Private First Class Daniel Courneya of Vermontville was killed.
Word of the reward was also broadcast over loudspeakers as part
of a massive search involving four-thousand U-S troops and
two-thousand Iraqis.
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