Confirmed Dead and Wounded

August 4-11, 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, 1,839 service members have died, 1,695 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 13, 877 service members have been wounded in action.

VICTOR A. ANDERSON, 39

Sergeant First Class, National Guard

121st Infantry Regiment

48th Infantry Brigade

Ellaville, Georgia

TERRY W. BALL JR., 36

Gunnery Sergeant, Marines

8th Marine Regiment

2nd Marine Division

East Peoria, Illinois

TIMOTHY M. BELL JR., 22

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

West Chesterfield, Ohio

ERIC J. BERNHOLTZ, 23

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Grove City, Ohio

NICHOLAS WILLIAM B. BLOEM, 20

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

4th Reconnaissance Battalion,

4th Marine Division

Belgrade, Montana

MICHAEL J. CIFUENTES, 25

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

4th Reconnaissance Battalion

4th Marine Division

Fairfield, Ohio

CHASE J. COMLEY, 21

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Assault Amphibian Battalion

2nd Marine Division

Lexington, Kentucky

ROBERT V. DERENDA, 42

Sergeant First Class, Army Reserves

1st Brigade

98th Division

Ledbetter, Kentucky

CHRISTOPHER J. DYER, 19

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Cincinnati, Ohio

GRANT B. FRASER, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

4th Reconnaissance Battalion

4th Marine Division

Anchorage, Alaska

JERRY L. GANEY JR., 29

Specialist, National Guard

648th Engineer Battalion

48th Infantry Brigade

Folkston, Georgia

MATHEW V. GIBBS, 21

Specialist, National Guard

648th Engineer Battalion

48th Infantry Brigade

Ambrose, Georgia

RAMON E. GONZALES CORDOVA, 30

Staff Sergeant, Marines

5th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

Davie, Florida

JONATHON C. HAGGIN, 26

Sergeant, National Guard

121st Infantry Regiment

48th Infantry Brigade

Kingsland, Georgia

BRADLEY J. HARPER, 25

Sergeant, Marines Reserves

4th Assault Amphibian Battalion

4th Marine Division

Dresden, Ohio

JUSTIN F. HOFFMAN, 27

Sergeant, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Delaware, Ohio

THOMAS C. HULL, 41

Petty Officer 1st Class

Navy

USS Princeton

Princeton, Illinois

BRAHIM J. JEFFCOAT, 25

Sergeant, National Guard

1st Battalion

111th Regiment

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

DAVID R. JONES SR., 45

Staff Sergeant, National Guard

121st Infantry Regiment

48th Infantry Brigade

Augusta, Georgia

DAVID KENNETH J. KREUTER, 26

Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Cincinnati, Ohio

KURT E. KROUT, 43

Specialist, National Guard

1st Battalion

111th Regiment

Spinnerstown, Pennsylvania

AARON H. REED, 21

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Chillicothe, Ohio

SEFERINO J. REYNA, 20

Private First Class, Army

3rd Brigade

1st Armored Division

Phoenix, Arizona

EDWARD A. SCHROEDER II, 23

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Columbus, Ohio

RONNIE L. SHELLEY SR., 34

Sergeant, National Guard

121st Infantry Regiment

48th Infantry Brigade

Valdosta, Georgia

CHAD J. SIMON, 32

Staff Sergeant, Marines Reserves

24th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Madison, Wisconsin

DAVID S. STEWART, 24

Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Bogalusa, Louisiana

ADAM J. STRAIN, 20

Lance Corporal, Marines

5th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

Smartsville, California

NILS G. THOMPSON, 19

Private First Class, Army

1st Brigade

25th Infantry Division

Confluence, Pennsylvania

BRETT E. WALDEN, 40

Sergeant First Class, Army

1st Battalion

5th Special Forces Group

Fort Walton Beach, Florida

CHARLES H. WARREN, 36

Sergeant First Class, National Guard

648th Engineer Battalion

48th Infantry Brigade

Duluth, Georgia

KEVIN G. WARUINGE, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

4th Assault Amphibian Battalion

4th Marine Division

Tampa, Florida

WILLIAM B. WIGHTMAN, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Sabina, Ohio

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, 220 service members have died and 537 have been wounded in action.

THEODORE CLARK JR., 31

Gunnery Sergeant, Marines

1st Combat Engineer Battalion

1st Marine Division

Emporia, Virginia

CHRISTOPHER M. FALKEL, 22

Staff Sergeant, Army

1st Battalion

3rd Special Forces Group

Highlands Ranch, Colorado

DAMIAN J. GARZA, 19

Private First Class, Army

3rd Battalion

75th Ranger Regiment

Odessa, Texas

JOHN M. HENDERSON JR., 21

Private, Army

3rd Battalion

75th Ranger Regiment

Columbus, Georgia

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