Confirmed Dead and Wounded

July 21-August 3, 2005

In Iraq

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past two weeks in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 1,816 service members have died, 1,672 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 13, 769 service members have been wounded in action.

JEFFREY A. BOSKOVITCH, 25

Corporal, Marine Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Seven Hills, Ohio

JACQUES E. BRUNSON, 30

Specialist, National Guard

121st Infantry Regiment

48th Infantry Brigade

Americus, Georgia

ADRIAN J. BUTLER, 28

Specialist, Army

720th Military Police Battalion

89th Military Police Brigade

East Lansing, Michigan

JAMES D. CARROLL, 23

Specialist

National Guard

230th Engineer Battalion

McKenzie, Tennessee

ROGER D. CASTLEBERRY JR., 26

Lance Corporal, Marine Reserves

4th Reconnaissance Battalion

4th Marine Division

Austin, Texas

DAVID J. COULLARD, 32

Sergeant, Marine Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Glastonbury, Connecticut

DANIEL N. DEYARMIN JR., 22

Lance Corporal, Marine Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Tallmadge, Ohio

CARL R. FULLER, 44

Staff Sergeant, National Guard

121st Infantry Regiment

48th Infantry Brigade

Covington, Georgia

STEVEN P. GILL, 24

Corporal, Marine Reserves

Regimental Combat Team-8

2nd Marine Division

Round Rock, Texas

JAMES R. GRAHAM III, 25

Sergeant, Marine Reserves

4th Tank Battalion

4th Marine Division

Coweta, Oklahoma

ERNESTO R. GUERRA, 20

Private, Army

4-3rd Brigade

3rd Infantry Division

Long Beach, California

ADAM J. HARTING, 21

Specialist, Army

69th Armor Regiment

42nd Infantry Division

Portage, Indiana

BENJAMIN D. JANSKY, 28

Captain

Army Reserve

983rd Engineer Battalion

Oshkosh, Wisconsin

JAMES O. KINLOW, 35

Sergeant, National Guard

121st Infantry Regiment

48th Infantry Brigade

Thomson, Georgia

CHRISTOPHER P. LYONS, 24

Lance Corporal, Marine Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Shelby, Ohio

ARTHUR R. MCGILL, 25

Sergeant, Army

9th Field Artillery Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

Gravette, Arkansas

BRIAN P. MONTGOMERY, 26

Lance Corporal, Marine Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Willoughby, Ohio

EDWARD L. MYERS, 21

Specialist, Army

69th Armor Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

St. Joseph, Missouri

BRYAN J. OPSKAR, 32

Sergeant, Marines

2nd Light Recon. Bat.

2nd Marine Division

Princeton, Minnesota

NATHANIEL S. ROCK, 26

Sergeant, Marine Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Toronto, Ohio

JASON D. SCHEUERMAN, 20

Private First Class, Army

30th Infantry Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

Lynchburg, Virginia

ROBERT A. SWANEY, 21

Private First Class, Army

3rd Squadron

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

West Jefferson, Ohio

CHRISTOPHER J. TAYLOR, 22

Sergeant, Army

41st Field Artillery

3rdInfantry Division

Opelika, Alabama

JOHN F. THOMAS, 33

Sergeant, National Guard

121st Infantry Regiment

48th Infantry Brigade

Valdosta, Georgia

ANDRE L. WILLIAMS, 23

Corporal, Marine Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Galloway, Ohio

TRAVIS L. YOUNGBLOOD, 26

Petty Officer 3rd Class, Navy

II Marine

Expeditionary Force (Forward)

Surrency, Georgia

In Afghanistan

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past two weeks in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 217 service members have died and 525 have been wounded in action.

JASON T. PALMERTON, 25

Sergeant, Army

1st Battalion,

3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne)

Auburn, Nebraska

MICHAEL W. SCHAFER, 25

Staff Sergeant, Army

2nd Battalion

503rd Infantry Regiment

Spring Hill, Florida

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