Confirmed Dead and Wounded

August 18-24, 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, 1,870 service members have died, 1,726 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 14,120 service members have been wounded in action.

ELDEN D. ARCAND, 22

Private First Class, Army

360th Transportation Company

68th Corps Support Battalion

White Bear Lake, Minnesota

NATHAN K. BOUCHARD, 24

Sergeant, Army

3rd Battalion

69th Armor Regiment

Wildomar, California

JAMES J. CATHEY, 24

2nd Lieutenant., Marines

2nd Battalion

2nd Marine Regiment

Reno, Nevada

CARLOS J. DIAZ, 27

1st Lieutenant, Army

2nd Battalion

69th Armor Regiment

Juana Diaz, Puerto Rico

JEREMY W. DOYLE, 24

Staff Sergeant, Army

3rd Battalion

69th Armor Regiment

Chesterton, Maryland

RAY M. FUHRMANN, II, 28

Specialist, Army

3rd Battalion

69th Armor Regiment

Novato, California

JOSEPH D. HUNT, 27

Sergeant, National Guard

3rd Squadron

278th Armored Cavalry Regiment

Sweetwater, Tennessee

VICTOIR P. LIEURANCE, 34

Staff Sergeant. National Guard

3rd Squadron

278th Armored Cavalry Regiment

Seymour, Tennessee

BRIAN L. MORRIS, 38

Staff Sergeant, Army

360th Transportation Company

68th Corps Support Battalion

Centreville, Michigan

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JOSEPH C. NURRE, 22

Specialist, Army Reserve

463rd Engineer Battalion

Wilton, California

WILLARD T. PARTRIDGE, 35

Sergeant, Army

170th Military Police Company

504th Military Police Battalion

Ferriday, Louisiana

RAMON ROMERO, 19

Private First Class, Marines

2nd Battalion

7th Marine Regiment,

Huntington Park, California

TIMOTHY J. SEAMANS, 20

Private First Class, Army

3rd Battalion

69th Armor Regiment

Jacksonville, Florida

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, 231 service members have died and 571 have been wounded in action.

ROBERT G. DAVIS, 23

Sergeant, Army

864th Engineer Combat Battalion

555th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade

Jackson, Missouri

PHILLIP C. GEORGE, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Battalion

3rd Marine Regiment,

Houston, Texas

BLAKE W. HALL, 20

Specialist, Army

503rd Infantry Regiment

173rd Airborne Brigade

East Prairie, Missouri

JOSHUA M. HYLAND, 31

1st Lieutenant, Army

503rd Infantry Regiment

173rd Airborne Brigade

Missoula, Montana

MICHAEL R. LEHMILLER, 23

Sergeant, Army

503rd Infantry Regiment

173rd Airborne Brigade

Anderson, South Carolina

 

CHRISTOPHER L. PALMER, 22

Private, Army

503rd Infantry Regiment

173rd Airborne Brigade

Sacramento, California

Lt. LAURA M. WALKER, 24

1st Lieutenant, Army

864th Engineer Combat Battalion

555th Maneuver Enhancement Brigade

Texas

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