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Family never far from reminders of first Oklahoman killed in Iraq War

Published: March 22, 2013

Lance Cpl. Thomas A. Blair of Broken Arrow was the first Oklahoman to die in the Iraq war. His father talks about the anniversary, the war and what it all means 10 years later.

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