The death of Osama Bin Laden over the weekend has prompted many to be relieved as well as concerned about the future. Sergeant Rob Radosevich with the 134th Iowa Army National Guard in Washington says since the US never stopped its mission since 09/11, bin Laden’s death will bring closure to a lot of people. He adds that it’s hard to predict if there will be any sort of retaliation.
Sgt. Radosevich says they are ready for added security measures. He adds the death of bin Laden will give everyone from the 134th a higher sense of pride as they are serving on their current mission.
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