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The identities of 13 American soldiers killed by an ISIS-K suicide bomber outside Kabul airport while overseeing the evacuation of thousands of American and Afghan allies.

The names of Navy medical personnel and five Marines involved in Thursday’s blast have been made public, while the identities of five other Marines and two Army soldiers have not yet been made public as the Army tries to inform your families.

We continue to mourn the loss of these Marines and pray for their families. We are now focusing on caring for dead families and caring for the injured, ”Major Jim Stenger, a spokesman for the marines, told The Post via email.

According to the protocol, the military did not release information on dead soldiers until 24 hours after relatives were notified, but several deaths had been independently confirmed by family members and local authorities prior to that time.

This is what we know about dead American soldiers.

Jared Schmitz

Schmitz was a corporal in St. Charles County, Missouri, according to KMOX.

“His life meant so much more. I’m so devastated that I can’t see the man he became so quickly, ”Schmitz’s father Mark Schmitz told the shop.

The distraught father said his son, who had always dreamed of becoming a soldier, was on his first deployment and was sent to Afghanistan from Jordan. He was informed of his son’s death at around 2:40 am.

State Representative Nick Schroer wrote a Facebook post about the death.

“Pray today for Corporal Lance Jared Schmitz, who yesterday made the greatest sacrifice in the service of our nation,” Schroer wrote on Facebook.

“This young sailor was from St. Charles County and is a true American hero. Keep your family in your prayers today. Thanks for your service young man! God bless you and your family, Marine.