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There is this one term phrase when a solider dies while serving the counrty.
Its something like. " in the line of duty." Im not quite sure what it is. Would you tell me the phrase.

  • Comman Sense -

    A common expression is he "killed in the line of duty."

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    thanks

  • Comman Sense -

    he was killed in the line of duty

  • Comman Sense -

    Thank you for the correction, Lemon.

  • Comman Sense -

    Under law, if a person in the armed forces is injured or killed in the line of duty, they are eligible for benefits. So the "line of duty" determination has money value to it.

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    Oh, never knew that.
    Thanks a lot.

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