Confirmed Dead and Wounded

August 25-31, 2005

In Iraq

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past week in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 1,881 members have died, 1,737 of them since President George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 14,265 service members have been wounded in action.

CHRIS S. CHAPIN, 39

Master Sergeant, National Guard

2nd Battalion

124th Regiment

Proctor, Vermont

TREVOR J. DIESING, 30

Sergeant 1st Class, Army

Special Operations Command

Plum City, Wisconsin

DENNIS P. HAY, 32

Chief Warrant Officer, Army

4th Squadron

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Valdosta, Georgia

IVICA JERAK, 42

Master Sergeant, Army

Special Operations Command

Houston, Texas

HATIM S. KATHIRIA, 23

Specialist, Army

4th Brigade Combat Team

3rd Infantry Division

Fort Worth, Texas

OBEDIAH J. KOLATH, 32

Sergeant 1st Class, Army

Special Operations Command

Louisburg, Missouri

JOSEPH L. MARTINEZ, 21

Specialist, Army

2nd Squadron

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Las Vegas, Nevada

CHARLES R. RUBADO, 23

2nd Lieutenant, Army

1st Squadron

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Clearwater, Florida

TIMOTHY M. SHEA, 22

Corporal, Army

3rd Battalion

75th Ranger Regiment

Sonoma, California

In Afghanistan

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past week in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 232 service members have died and 582 have been wounded in action.

DAMION G. CAMPBELL, 23

Staff Sergeant, Army

1st Battalion

508th Infantry Regiment

Baltimore, Maryland

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