Diana Bonacasa (center), the mother of New York Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Louis Bonacasa, saluted Dec. 30 as her son’s coffin was carried into a funeral home in Miller Place, N.Y. Louis Bonacasa was among six U.S. service members killed in a suicide attack outside Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan on Dec. 21.
Diana Bonacasa (center), the mother of New York Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Louis Bonacasa, saluted Dec. 30 as her son’s coffin was carried into a funeral home in Miller Place, N.Y. Louis Bonacasa was among six U.S. service members killed in a suicide attack outside Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan on Dec. 21. Ed Betz The Associated Press
Diana Bonacasa (center), the mother of New York Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Louis Bonacasa, saluted Dec. 30 as her son’s coffin was carried into a funeral home in Miller Place, N.Y. Louis Bonacasa was among six U.S. service members killed in a suicide attack outside Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan on Dec. 21. Ed Betz The Associated Press

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