Here's our take, from MySpace via the Tampa Tribune:
Soldiers' Web Sites Now Serve As Pages From History
By KASIE HUNT The Associated Press
Published: May 26, 2007
Army Pvt. Clinton Tyler McCormick is buried in Florida, but his photo and his words are still online. They haven't changed since he logged in to his MySpace.com profile Dec. 26, 2006 - the day before he was killed by a makeshift bomb in Baghdad.
In earlier wars, families had only the letters that soldiers sent home; bits and pieces often were removed by cautious censors.
Iraq is the first war of the Internet age, and McCormick is one of many fallen soldiers who have left ghosts of themselves online - unsentimental self-memorials, frozen and uncensored snapshots of the person each wanted to show to the world.
Here are the MySpace pages mentioned in the article. Please click on them to remember our fallen soldiers and other servicemembers.
Clinton "Tyler" McCormick.