Uday Singh Taunque
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Sergeant Uday Singh Taunque (1982-2003) was the first soldier of Indian descent to die fighting in the Iraq War as part of the U.S. Army. His death in Iraq was widely reported in the Indian and American media. Sergeant Uday Singh Taunque was born in Jaipur, India on 23 April 1982. He stayed with his parents at various military stations till 1994. Then he moved to his paternal grand parents home in Chandigarh. There he enrolled in St Stephen''s School. In 1995, Uday''s parents and sister also moved to Chandigarh. Uday, on leaving school in Chandigarh in June 2000, left for the U.S. with his father and sister and decided to join the U.S. Army. Uday enlisted in the army on 28 August 2000 and on termination of initial training at Fort Knox was assigned to Charlie Company 1st Battalion, 34 Armor Regiment, based at Fort Riley, Kansas, U.S.
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