Latter-day Saint Soldiers Killed in Iraq
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“Latter-day Saint Soldiers Killed in Iraq,” Ensign, Feb. 2004, 75

Latter-day Saint Soldiers Killed in Iraq

Two Church members serving as soldiers in the U.S. Army were killed 17 November 2003 from non-hostile gunshot wounds in Baghdad, Iraq. Killed were U.S. Army Capt. Nathan S. Dalley, 27, and U.S. Army Capt. James A. Shull, 32.

Brother Dalley, a member of the Weracoba Ward, Columbus Georgia Stake, was engaged to be married at the time of his death. Brother Dalley was raised in Sandy, Utah. He was a member of the Army’s Second Brigade, First Armored Division.

Brother Shull, a member of the Manhattan First Ward, Salina Kansas Stake, leaves behind his wife, Alice; and three children ages 7, 5, and 1. Brother Shull was raised in Washington State. He was a member of the Army’s Third Brigade, First Armored Division. Brother Shull served a full-time mission in the Philippines.

Nathan S. Dalley. (Photograph courtesy of Church News.)

James A. Shull. (Photograph courtesy of Church News.)