14-year-old Boy Plays ‘Taps’ to Honor Fallen Troops
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A 14-year-old boy from Carson City, Nevada played ‘Taps’ in his family’s front yard alongside an American flag.
Devin Linehan is a cadet senior airman with the Nevada Civil Air Patrol. The teenager wanted to find a way to honor the 13 service members who were killed by Muslim terrorists in Afghanistan.
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A Carson City, Nevada, boy pulled on heartstrings when he honored the 13 service members who died in Afghanistan on Thursday by playing Taps before a U.S. flag at half-staff outside his family’s home.
“He was pretty upset about the whole situation and didn’t know what to do and [his mother] kind of guided him,” Sean Linehan told Fox News, calling it a “spur of the moment” performance. “When we heard the news of the Marines in [Kabul] who got killed… it hit a little close to home.
HONORING THE FALLEN: A 14-year-old boy from Nevada plays Taps with a U.S. flag at half-mast to honor the U.S. service members killed in Thursday's Kabul attacks. pic.twitter.com/FYLB9onYVg— KWTX News 10 (@kwtx) August 27, 2021