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>> The bodies of two US Army Rangers killed in Afghanistan this week were brought home on Friday. Alongside Vice President Mike Pence, love ones mourned for 22 year old Joshua Rogers and 23 year old Cameron Thomas. The two men were killed Wednesday night in a raid on an ISIS headquarter, and a third soldier was wounded.
The Pentagon said the soldiers may have been struck accidentally by friendly fire, either by American forces or Afghan commandos taking part in the raid. An investigation is underway. Officials say Rodgers and Thomas were killed in the initial moments of the operation, which continued for three hours. About 35 Islamic state fighters are believed to have been killed.
And the US military suspects the target, the Amir of Islamic State in Afghanistan, was also killed though they could not immediately confirm it.