In October 1983, a suicide truck bombing of the U.S. Marines barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, killed 241 American service members, the single deadliest attack on U.S. forces abroad since World War II. A Fort Mill, S.C., man whose father died in the bombing is seeking damages from the government of Iran.
In October 1983, a suicide truck bombing of the U.S. Marines barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, killed 241 American service members, the single deadliest attack on U.S. forces abroad since World War II. A Fort Mill, S.C., man whose father died in the bombing is seeking damages from the government of Iran. Jim Bourdier AP FILE PHOTO
In October 1983, a suicide truck bombing of the U.S. Marines barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, killed 241 American service members, the single deadliest attack on U.S. forces abroad since World War II. A Fort Mill, S.C., man whose father died in the bombing is seeking damages from the government of Iran. Jim Bourdier AP FILE PHOTO

Fort Mill, SC, man seeks damages against Iran

March 14, 2015 06:13 PM