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The widow of U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Rylee McCollum, who was one of 13 servicemembers killed in a terror attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, last month, gave birth Monday to a baby girl, Levi Rylee Rose, at Camp Pendleton in California.

The article goes on to state the following:

As Breitbart News reported last month:

Rylee McCollum, a 20-year-old 2019 graduate of Jackson, Wyoming’s Jackson Hole High School, has been identified as one of the U.S. servicemembers killed in Thursday’s suicide bombing at the Hamid Karzai International Airport, where U.S. evacuation efforts were underway.

According to reports, this was McCollum’s first deployment to Afghanistan. He “was reportedly manning a checkpoint at the airport when the bomb went off,” according to the [Casper] Star-Tribune. His older sister, Roice McCollum, said her brother always wanted to be a Marine.


According to a report by the Cheyenne Post last week, the family has been waiting until the baby is born to have the funeral for McCollum, so his wife can safely travel for the service.

McCollum’s widow, Jiennah (Gigi) Crayton, shared two photos of her new baby on Facebook Monday evening, and wrote, “Welcome to the world my sweet baby 🧡 i love you with my whole heart.”

Crayton also posted the following message to her new baby daughter:

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3 COMMENTS

  1. I wish I could thank her for her service a military spouse’s service is just as important as the service personnel it keeps them grounded and gives them a safe space to come home too

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