CONFIRMED DEAD

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died this past week in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 336 service members have died, 198 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003.

JOSEPH P. BELLAVIA, 28

Staff Sgt, Army

716th Military Police Battalion,

101st Airborne Division

Wakefield, Massachusetts

DAVID R. BERNSTEIN, 24

1st Lt., Army

508th Infantry Battalion,

173rd Infantry Brigade

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

BRUCE E. BROWN, 32

Technical Sergeant, Army

78th Logistics Readiness Squadron

Coatopa, Alabama

PAUL J. BUECHE, 19

Private First Class,

Army National Guard

131st Aviation Regiment

Daphne, Alabama

SEAN R. GRILLEY, 24

Corporal, Army

716th Military Police Battalion,

101st Airborne Division

San Bernardino, California

JOHN D. HART, 20

Private First Class

508th Infantry

Battalion, 173rd Infantry Brigade

Bedford, Massachusetts

PAUL J. JOHNSON, 29

Staff Sergeant, Army

505th Parachute Infantry

Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division

Calumet, Michigan

KIM S. ORLANDO, 43

Lieutenant Colonel, Army

716th Military Police Battalion,

101st Airborne Division

Tennessee

JAMES E. POWELL, 26

Specialist, Army

22nd Infantry Regiment,

4th Infantry Division

Radcliff, Kentucky

MICHAEL L. WILLIAMS, 46

Specialist, Army National Guard

105th Military Police Company

Buffalo, New York

Source: United States Department of Defense

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