The 13 U.S. service members killed in the Kabul airport attack: What we know so far

20, of Norco, Calif. — Steve Nikoui first saw the Marines nearing his home on his cellphone screen linked to his door bell camera, and he knew what their arrival meant, he told the Daily Beast. His son Lance Cpl. Kareem Nikoui had been in Kabul, and he closely monitored the news and any visitors who came to his home in Norco, Calif., he told the outlet, mindful that military protocol is to send notification officers to deliver grim news.


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