Confirmed Dead and Wounded

August 11-17, 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, 1,855 service members have died, 1,711 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 14,021 service members have been wounded in action.

RUSTY W. BELL, 21

Specialist, Army

603rd Aviation Support Battalion

3rd Infantry

Pocahontas, Arkansas

MICHAEL A. BENSON, 40

Sergeant First Class, Army

1st Battalion

314th Infantry Regiment

Winona, Minnesota

MIGUEL CARRASQUILLO, 25

Specialist, Army

1st Battalion

76th Field Artillery Regiment

River Grove, Illinois

BRIAN K. DERKS, 21

Specialist, Army

2nd Squadron

11th Armored Calvary Regiment

White Cloud, Michigan

NATHANIEL E. DETAMPLE, 19

Private First Class, National Guard

1st Battalion

111th Infantry Regiment Mechanized

Morrisville, Pennsylvania

JOSHUA P. DINGLER, 19

Specialist, National Guard

1st Battalion

108th Armor Regiment

Hiram, Georgia

DAVID L. GIAIMO, 24

First Lieutenant, Army

2nd Battalion

7th Infantry

Waukegan, Illinois

TOCCARA R. GREEN, 23

Specialist, Army

57th Transportation Company

548th Corps Support Battalion

Rosedale, Maryland

ASBURY F. HAWN, II, 35

Staff Sergeant, National Guard

3rd Squadron

278th Armored Cavalry Regiment

Lebanon, Tennessee

EVENOR C. HERRERA, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Marine Division

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Gypsum, Colorado

ANTHONY N. KALLADEEN, 26

Specialist, National Guard

1st Battalion

69th Infantry Regiment

Purchase, New York

JOHN KULICK, 35

Specialist, National Guard

1st Battalion

111th Infantry Regiment Mechanized

Harleysville, Pennsylvania

RYAN S. OSTROM, 25

Staff Sergeant, National Guard

1st Battalion

109th Infantry Regiment

Liberty, Pennsylvania

GENNARO PELLEGRINI JR., 31

Specialist, National Guard

1st Battalion

111th Infantry Regiment Mechanized

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

GARY L. REESE, JR., 22

Specialist, National Guard

3rd Squadron

278th Armored Cavalry Regiment

Ashland City, Tennessee

HERNANDO RIOS, 29

Private First Class, National Guard

1st Battalion

69th Infantry Regiment

Queens, New York

PAUL A. SAYLOR, 21

Sergeant, National Guard

1st Battalion

108th Armor Regiment

Norcross, Georgia

MICHAEL J. STOKELY, 23

Specialist, National Guard

1st Battalion

108th Armor Regiment

Sharpsburg, Georgia

FRANCIS J. STRAUB JR., 24

Sergeant, National Guard

1st Battalion

111th Infantry Regiment Mechanized

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

THOMAS J. STRICKLAND, 27

Sergeant, National Guard

1st Battalion

108th Armor Regiment

Douglasville, Georgia

SHANNON D. TAYLOR, 30

Sergeant, National Guard

3rd Squadron

278th Armored Cavalry Regiment

Smithville, Tennessee

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, 224 service members have died and 554 have been wounded in action.

JEREMY A. CHANDLER, 30

Captain, Army

1st Battalion

3rd Special Forces Group

Clarksville, Tennessee

EDWARD R. HESELTON, 23

Sergeant, Army Reserve

391st Engineer Battalion

415th Chemical Brigade

Easley, South Carolina

CHRISTOPHER M. KATZENBERGER, 25

Specialist, Army

2nd Battalion

504th Parachute Infantry Regiment

St. Louis, Missouri

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