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Muslim F-15 Pilot Killed in Mid-Air Collision

1st Lt. Ali Jivanjee, 58th Fighter Squadron, 33rd Fighter Wing, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla -- Air Force, 1st Lieutenant Ali Jivanjee, of the 58th Fighter Squadron, died due to injuries sustained during an F-15 aircraft accident Feb 20. 

The name of the second pilot involved in the mishap is not being released at this time due to the ongoing investigation; he was released from the Eglin hospital Wednesday and was in good condition. 

The 33d Fighter Wing requests that the media respect the privacy of Lieutenant Jivanjee's family during their time of loss. 

An Interim Safety Board has convened at the 33d Fighter Wing to begin investigating the Feb. 20 crash of two F-15C Eagles over the Gulf of Mexico. 

Both F-15s were assigned to the 58th FS within the 33d FW. The 33d FW is scheduled to return to normal flying operation on Monday, Feb. 25. Thirty-third Fighter Wing Commander, Col. Todd Harmer temporarily suspended flying operations following the crash. 

33rd Fighter Wing Public Affairs

1st Lt. Ali Jivanjee, 58th Fighter Squadron, 33rd Fighter Wing, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.
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Manahawkin man to be buried at Arlington

By DONNA WEAVER Staff Writer, (609) 978-2015

STAFFORD TOWNSHIP - Kareem Khan, a 2005 Southern Regional graduate killed last week in Baqouba, Iraq, will be laid to rest today in a private burial, according to a spokeswoman for the Arlington National Cemetery.

"The family has requested that the burial be private and no press will be allowed," said spokeswoman Phyllis White.

Khan was killed early last week when a blast destroyed a house that he was clearing with his Stryker Brigade combat team.

Three other members of Khan's team and an interpreter also were killed in the blast; 12 other soldiers were injured.
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Muslim burial and prayers for Major James Mchael Ahearn, US Army (Civil Affairs Officer)

Please join us at the Arlington National Cemetery.

What: Muslim burial and prayers for Major James Mchael Ahearn, US Army (Civil Affairs Officer)
When: 25 July 2007
Where: Arlington National Cemetery
Time: 1000 hrs

Please remember the Ahearn Family in dua during this difficult time.
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Army major dies in attack - James Michael Ahearn

By April Johnston, Staff writer, Fayetteville Observer

Her mother warned her: A soldier’s business is war. There is no safety. There are no guarantees.

But the Iraqi daughter loved the American officer.

And so, in 2005 — two years after they met in Iraq — she left her country to move to his and become his wife.

And on Thursday — four years after her mother’s warning — Lena Ahearn became a widow.

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