US Army Veteran Records Video Before Being KILLED By ISIS Terrorists- It’s Heartbreaking [WATCH]

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Nicholas Warden and Robert Grodt, were killed over two days last week, the YPG said, although NBC News has not independently confirmed Warden’s death.

Warden also traveled to Syria to fight ISIS after seeing the attacks the group was inspiring across the United States and the West.

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The 29-year-old father of one was killed last week while fighting ISIS in its de facto Syrian capital of Raqqa, YPG announced Monday. His father, Mark Warden, told the Buffalo Times that he had received confirmation of his son’s death after getting conflicting reports.

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“I’m not in a good way right now,” he told the newspaper.

Warden served two tours in Afghanistan and reached the rank of sergeant during nearly five years with the 101st Airborne Division between 2007 2011.

Warden left the Army for the French Foreign Legion, where he served for five years and completed nearly 49 airborne jumps, his father told Military Times.

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Shortly after his stint with the French Foreign Legion, Warden packed his bags for Syria to take on ISIS. According to the YPG, he entered service with the Kurdish fighters in February of this year.

Warden was killed while helping America’s partner force liberate the de facto ISIS capital, where fighting against desperate ISIS fighters besieged in the city has turned into a bloody street-by-street battle.

Warden joined the YPG in February and took the nom de guerrer “Rody Deysie.” The group said he was a “real soldier,” as well as being “disciplined,” “modest” and “always the first to volunteer for duties.”

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He said in a video released by the YPG after his death that he joined “to fight ISIS because of the terrorist attacks they were doing in Orlando, in San Bernardino, in Nice, [France], in Paris.”

He added that he “would like to say ‘hi’ to my parents in New York.”

The deaths bring the number to nine U.S. citizens killed in northern Syria in the fight against ISIS, and the second U.S. military veteran.

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