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Kevin Knox Nunnally
Nunnally served with Company D, 2nd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, at Camp Fallujah during Operation Iraqi Freedom following his May 2001 graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. 
Nunnally has served as secretary of Vets for Freedom (VFF).
In 2007 the Marine Corps Times reported that Nunnally was hired as legal representation to defend an unamed Marine Spec-ops officer who is charged with the indiscriminant killing of 10 innocent Afghani civllians in 2006. 
According to his Vets for Freedom profile, Nunnally is "a Marine Infantry Officer who has served three deployments to Iraq with Second Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion out of Camp Lejeune, N.C. He holds a Bronze Star for valor and a Purple Heart. Knox hails from Houston, Texas."
Knox graduated from River Oaks Baptist School and Episcopal High School "where he was an honor student and All-State Lacrosse player." 
Resources and articles
- "Veterans Across the Nation Pledge Support to McCain," NH Insider, April 14, 2007. Member of Vets for McCain.
- Advisory Board, Warrior Legacy Foundation, accessed January 18, 2011.
- Charlie Coon, "Night Patrol: Different Mood and Tactics," Stars and Stripes European Edition (Military.com), June 30, 2004. Knox appears at center in photo.
- Officer Promotions, December 15, 2005 (effective from January 1, 2006): "KEVIN K. NUNNALLY ... 8438 ... CAPT ... 1GS"
- Matt Kelley, "Humvee deaths on the rise despite armor upgrades," USA Today, May 3, 2006. Marine Captain Knox Nunnally said "Insurgents also use the bombs to drive a wedge between Iraqis and U.S. forces, ... 'You want to react and go after an enemy,' Nunnally says. 'The civilian population just wants to get away from there.'"
- Captain Kevin K. Nunnally, "The Fight for Freedom in Iraq," Per Contra Magazine, Summer 2006.
- Kevin Ferris, "Back Channels | Valiance outweighs abuse allegations," Philadelphia Inquirer, June 18, 2006.