Thursday, May 15, 2008

Angleton soldier wounded in Iraq

Angleton soldier wounded in Iraq

By John Lowman
The Facts

Published May 15, 2008

Leadership skills learned at West Point, and in part as a linebacker with the Angleton High School Wildcats football team, might have helped save the lives of Clayton Henchman’s troops.

And his own.

U.S. Army First Lt. Henchman, 25, was leading a platoon of soldiers near Tikrit, Iraq, when he and eight others were wounded by an improvised explosive device Saturday, said his brother, Scott Cooper.

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