First Lieutenant Scott Milley was killed when his patrol came under fire in Afghanistan in 2010.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars post in Sudbury is being named in honor of an Army officer who died in Afghanistan last year.
Let’s stand by the First Amendment, as a slain soldier’s father suggests, not shrink from it, even though the Supreme Court says it protects military funeral protests.
The remains of Lt. Scott Milley arrived on Thursday morning at Hanscom Air Force Base in Bedford.
Two local families just received word they lost loved ones in Afghanistan, on the same day a third family welcomed home their fallen son.
The remains of 1st Lt. Scott Milley of Sudbury will arrive at Hanscom Air Force Base Thursday morning.
The town of Sudbury is rallying around the family of a fallen soldier
A 23-year-old soldier from Sudbury was killed in Afghanistan. Scott Milley was killed while on patrol outside Baraqi Tuesday morning.