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    paid the supreme price

    Pleas clarify the following in red.


    To Ken Hopson, a superb U.S. Army student who paid the supreme price as a soldier and intelligence professional in Tanzania in 1998.

    Does this mean "he lost his life"?

    Thank you.

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