‘It was a nightmare’: The death of a US Army Ranger

The Army Ranger assigned to the 10th Ranger Regiment, a unit of Special Forces troops, has died in Iraq, officials said on Tuesday.

Trooper Robert L. Miller died on Monday while guarding an abandoned military base, a spokesman said.

“The Ranger Regiment is deeply saddened by the loss of our fellow Ranger, Robert L Miller, on Monday, September 14, 2018, at Fort Carson, Colorado,” the spokesman said in a statement.

“He was assigned to Fort Carson in the United States Army Special Forces, which has a mission of protecting US personnel and facilities from foreign adversaries, including those who are affiliated with terrorist groups.”

Miller was assigned the Fort Carson outpost because of his service as a special operations soldier.

The US military said it was working to determine the circumstances of Miller’s death.

Miller, 45, had been assigned to duty as a sergeant major in the 1st Infantry Division, according to a statement from the Army’s Joint Staff.

“We are deeply saddened to hear the tragic news of the loss and the service of our Ranger, Trooper, Lance Corporal and Special Forces Specialist,” said Army Col. Patrick J. Callahan.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Trooper Miller and all those who have lost loved ones in the line of duty.

We are committed to the security of our troops, our allies and the people of the United State.”

Miller joined the US military in 2006, a job he had been with since 2006, according a US defense official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

He was deployed to Afghanistan in 2009, serving as a Ranger, a Special Forces soldier, a sniper and a combat medic, according the official.

The official said Miller had been deployed to several locations around the world, including Afghanistan and Iraq.

Miller’s family has requested privacy, according an Army statement.

Why we should all be proud of Ireland’s new airport

RTE has released an interactive map of all the airports in Ireland.

As part of its new “Park City Elevations” series, RTE also published a series of interactive maps showing how the park city of Dublin compares with other major cities.

The interactive maps were created by park city staff using data provided by Google Maps.

RTE said the maps show that Dublin has “the highest park city elevation of any city in Ireland”.

This is due to the fact that “Dublin is the only city in the country that is in the centre of the park, which is what you would normally expect to see in a park city”.

There are many reasons for this.

For starters, the park is located at the heart of the city.

This makes it an ideal location for people to gather.

“The park has so many amenities including the park’s main shopping area, parks, sports fields and an amphitheatre,” RTE explained.

The city also has a number of “park-like” parks, which are open to the public, and the park can be “walked, cycled or cycle-liked”.

These can be accessed from the park itself, or from an “Elevated” level, which provides access from an elevated level of the nearby St Patrick’s Cathedral.

“This is where people can go to relax and enjoy the park without the crowds of people,” RTV reported.

“Dubai’s public transport system is also well connected and is easy to access from the public parks, with easy transfers to and from the airport and a bus terminal.”

RTE continued by pointing out that “there are plenty of other reasons why the park has such an advantage over other cities”.

The main reasons cited by RTE for the city’s park city advantage are that “it has the highest parking and the best public transport options”.

“Dublins most important attraction is the Eiffel Tower, and many people who travel from Ireland will be familiar with the view from the top of the Eifel Tower.

There are also many attractions including a statue of the Queen and a statue that was used by the Royal Navy during the Second World War,” Rte said.

Dublin has a population of 2.4 million people, with an average of 1,400 people a day travelling through the city centre.

It is home to the airport, which opened in 2014, and it is also home to St Patrick Street, which was the route used by Queen Victoria to travel from the UK to Ireland.

It also has one of the most affluent populations in Europe.

In addition to the park cities, Dublin also has its own island, the Outer Ring, which “is home to a number-one ranked island resort, RHI and a popular golf course.”

RTV added that the city is “largely built around its parks, and has plenty of public transport.

It’s also home, of course, to the city of Ballymun, the capital of County Meath, which boasts a population that is the fifth highest in the world.”

The “ParkCity” series was launched on RTE last year and was aimed at helping the company understand how the different aspects of a city can affect the quality of its visitors experience.

The aim was to highlight the importance of having a well-planned and attractive park city, as well as the unique features of the capital.

“Our research has also shown that visitors to the capital enjoy more and better experiences than people from other parts of the country, and we wanted to help our customers to understand how this relates to how well they feel and feel about their visit to Dublin,” RTR director, James Murphy, said.

“We know how important it is to have a park and it’s also important to have good public transport and to be in the right location for those things, but we need to get it right for everyone to have the best possible experience.”

“Park Cities” will run until March 25, 2019, but it will also be available to download on mobile devices.

RTR has also made the app available for free on the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Microsoft Windows Phone.

Dublin is the second Irish city to be named as the best city in Europe in RTR’s “Parking and Transport Scorecard” for 2019.

The other Irish city on the list is Kildare in Ireland’s South West.