Dover Air Force Base, Delaware — President Biden landed in Delaware Sunday morning to join the family of 13 members of the U.S. military who were killed in the bombing in Afghanistan last week.
Service members include 11 Marines, Navy Medics, and Army members. They were killed at an airport in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, by bombers from the Islamic State Kora Sungroup as they tried to help people escape the country before US troops completed their withdrawal.
The President and First Lady Jill Biden met their family on Sunday morning. After that, I participated in 13 transfers. Eleven times the family chose to allow the media to observe the bodies of their loved ones returning home, and twice chose to keep the transfer private.
The corrupt soldiers who returned to Dover on Sunday were: Marine Corps Staff Sergeant. Darin T. Hoover of Salt Lake City, 31 years old. Marine Corps Sergeant Johanny Rosario Pichardo, Lawrence, Massachusetts, 25 years old. Marine Corps Sergeant Nicole L in Sacramento, California. Gee, 23 years old. Marine Corps Cpl. Hunter Lopez, Indio, California, 22 years old. Marine Corps Cpl. Daegan W from Omaha. Page, 23 years old. Marine Corps Cpl. Umberto A. Sanchez, Logansport, Indiana, 22 years old. Marine Corps Corporal Lance David L. Rio Bravo, Texas. Espinoza, 20 years old. Marine Corps Corporal Lance Jared M in St. Charles, Missouri. Schmitz, 20 years old. Marine Corps Corporal Lance Rylee J in Jackson, Wyoming. McCollum, 20 years old. Marine Corps Corporal Lance Dylan R. Melora, 20 years old, Rancho Cucamonga, California. Marine Corps Corporal Lance Kareem M. Nikowi, Norco, California, 20 years old. Maxton W, Navy NCO, Berlin Heights, Ohio. Soviak, 22 years old. And Sergeant Army. Ryan C. Naus, 23, Corryton, Tennessee.