Can't confirm this as fact with a link... but will keep trying:
Martin Savidge of CNN, embedded with the 1st Marine battalion, was talking
with 4 young Marines near his foxhole this morning live on CNN.
He had been telling the story of how well the marines had been looking out
for and taking care of him since the war started.
He went on to tell about the many hardships the Marines had endured since
the war began and how they all look after one another.
He turned to the four and said he had cleared it with their commanders and
they could use his video phone to call home.
The 19 year old Marine next to him asked Martin if he would allow his
platoon sergeant to use his call to call his pregnant wife back home whom he
had not been able to talk to in three months.
A stunned Savidge who was visibly moved by the request shook his head and
the young marine ran off to get the sergeant.
Savidge recovered after a few seconds and turned back to the three young
Marines still sitting with him and asked which one of them would like to
call home first, the Marine closest to him responded with out a moments
hesitation " Sir, if is all the same to you we would like to call the
parents of a buddy of ours, Lance Cpl Brian Buesing of Cedar Key, Florida
who was killed on 3-23-03 near Nasiriya to see how they are doing". At that
Martin Savidge totally broke down and was unable to speak.
All he could get out before signing off was
"Where do they get young men like this?".