Jacob Cooke

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Jacob Cooke of Centerton, Arkansas, is the chairman of the Arkansas chapter of the pro-war in Iraq non-partisan group Vets for Freedom, VFF announced on August 17, 2007.[1]

Cooke, "a sergeant with the Army Reserve’s 467th Engineer Battalion, based in Memphis", is an Iraq veteran who "served in Falujah, helping clear roadside bombs with the Hot Springs-based 489th Engineer Battalion. ... A member of the unit, Pfc. Jonathan Cheatham[2] of Camden, was killed when his convoy was attacked on July 26, 2003."[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Andy Davis, "‘Don’t surrender’ in Iraq, vets urge Pryor in TV ad," Arkansas Democrat Gazette (NWA News (Northwest Arkansas)), August 17, 2007.
  2. Profile: Jonathan M. Cheatham, FallenHeroesMemorial.com.

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