A teddy bear, placed on Pfc. Keith Williams' boots by his mother, Debbie Tuttle, rests on the memorial display for Williams and Ssg. Benjamin Prange during a memorial service for the fallen soldiers from the 1-12 Infantry Battalion at Provider Chapel at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, Colo. on Friday. They were killed in Afghanistan when their vehicle hit an improvised explosive device on July 24. (Michael Ciaglo/The Associated Press)
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The funeral detail from the 1-12 Infantry Battalion lines up in formation in front of Provider Chapel before firing off a volley in remembrance of Prange and Williams during a memorial service for the fallen soldiers at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, Colo. on Friday. (Michael Ciaglo/The Associated Press)
FORT CARSON, COLO. — Fort Carson is honoring two soldiers killed last month by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.
Both were members of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, the last combat brigade from Fort Carson serving in Afghanistan. They were killed July 24 in Kandahar Province.
Prange was in his third tour of duty in Afghanistan, but it was the first for Williams.