In Alabama, three soldiers, namely Spc. Kennedy Sanders (24), Spc. Breonna Moffett (23), and Sgt. William Jerome Rivers (46), lost their lives in a drone attack in the Middle East. The AP News reported that their families were taken aback when military officers showed up at their homes on Sunday, January 28, 2024, to deliver the devastating news about their loved ones.
Alabama Pays Respect
Alabama Senator Katie Britt expressed her condolences to the three members who tragically lost their lives on the same day. She described them as courageous, devoted soldiers who were among the best of us.
Senator Tommy Tubberville expressed his condolences to the families, emphasizing that the fallen service members were true heroes who deserve immense gratitude for their service and sacrifice.
Alabama’s 5th Congressional District Representative, Dale Strong, expressed his condolences to the family and emphasized that such attacks on American troops will not be tolerated.
Biden Has an Answer
In a recent conversation with a reporter, President Biden expressed his preparedness and determination to respond to the devastating drone attack that occurred on January 30, 2024. As reported by NBC News, Biden confidently stated that he knows how he will respond to the attack. The article provided further insights into the conversation between the reporter and the President.
Biden vowed Sunday to retaliate and “hold all those responsible to account at a time and in a manner [of] our choosing” for the deadly attack, which injured more than 30 soldiers. When asked whether he holds Iran responsible for the attack, he said he does “in the sense that they’re supplying the weapons to the people who did it.”
Iran has, up until now, denied any involvement.
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