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Marine from San Clemente selected for posthumous Navy Cross for heroism in Afghanistan

A Marine lance corporal from San Clemente who was killed in Afghanistan in 2009 while saving fellow Marines from a buried roadside bomb has been selected for the Navy Cross. Donald Hogan, 20, assigned to the Camp Pendleton-based 1st Battalion,...
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