Friday, July 22, 2011

US Army Sergeant Jacob Molina

27-year-old US Army Sergeant Jacob Molina was one of two soldiers killed in Kunar province on 19th July 2011 from the blast of a roadside bomb against their patrol vehicle.

Sgt. Molina, from Houston, Texas, served in the Hawaiian based 25th Infantry Division with 2nd Battalion, 27th Infantry Regiment. He enlisted in the Army in February 2007. This was his second overseas combat tour. He had previously served in Iraq.

His mother, Janie Torre, told a local news channel that Jacob had wanted to be in the military ever since becoming a teenager. She knew it was his destiny, but never expected he wouldn’t come back alive.

"He’s tough," said Janie, choking back the tears. "And, I’ve always known Jacob to get out of everything, not this time."

Killed in the same incident was Staff Sergeant James Christen


  1. I worked in the High School Sgt. Jacob Molina attended he was an excellent student, extremely nice and alway helped his class mates and staff in any way he could. My prayers go out to the Molina family, Jacob will be truly MISSED...

    Ms. Cristina Perez
    Houston, Texas

  2. Rest in Peace, Wolfhound


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