Tuesday, November 1, 2011

US Army Sergeant James Darrough

38-year-old US Army Sergeant James M. Darrough was killed in Kabul on 29th October 2011 when a suicide bomber drove a car packed with explosives into an armored military bus that Sgt. Darrough was travelling in.

Sgt. Darrough, from Austin, Texas, was a financial management technician serving with the 101st Special Troops Battalion, 101st Airborne Division based at Fort Campbell.

Sgt. Darrough leaves his wife, Isaura Darrough, sons Justin and Jared and daughters Julianna and Jenna, all of Clarksville, Tennessee, his mother Janelle Darrough of Livingston, Texas and his father Robert Darrough of Charlotte, North Carolina.


  1. <3 Rest in Peace SGT Darrough. I enjoyed writing to you through Soldiers' Angels. Thank You for your service and sacrifice to our country. You will forever be my hero.

    -Samantha S. (Pennsylvania)
    Verified Soldiers Angel to SGT James Darrough

  2. You will forever be... God made you an Angel to watch over your children and Wife. Our family will never forget you. Thank you for protecting our Freedom.


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