Confirmed Dead and Wounded

July 14-21, 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, 1,766 service members have died, 1,622 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 13, 559 service members have been wounded in action.

TRAVIS S. COOPER, 24

Sergeant, National Guard

2nd Battalion

114th Field Artillery Regiment

Macon, Mississippi

JARED D. HARTLEY, 22

Specialist, Army

125th Forward Support Battalion

1st Armored Division

Newkirk, Oklahoma

TIMOTHY J. HINES, JR., 21

Private First Class, Army

720th Military Police Battalion

89th Military Police Brigade

Fairfield, Ohio

TRICIA L. JAMESON, 34

Staff Sergeant

National Guard

313th Medical Company

Omaha, Nebraska

LAVENA L. JOHNSON, 19

Private

Army

129th Corps Support Battalion

Florissant, Missouri

CLIFTON B. MOUNCE, 22

Corporal, Marines

10th Marine Regiment

2nd Marine Division

Pontotoc, Mississippi

JORGE L. PENA-ROMERO, 29

Staff Sergeant, Army

1st Squadron

11th Armored Cavalry Regiment

Fallbrook, California

EFRAIN SANCHEZ, JR., 26

Lance Corporal, Marines

Headquarters Battalion

2nd Marine Division

Port Chester, New York

FRANK TIAI, 45

Staff Sergeant, Army Reserves

100th Battalion

442nd Infantry

Pago Pago, American Samoa

RONNIE D. WILLIAMS, 26

Specialist, Army

3rd Squadron

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Erlanger, Kentucky

CHRISTOPHER D. WINCHESTER, 23

Corporal, Marines

10th Marine Regiment

2nd Marine Division

Flomaton, Alabama

RONALD T. WOOD, 28

Sergeant First Class

National Guard

148th Field Artillery

Cedar City, Utah

BENYAHMIN B. YAHUDAH, 24

Specialist, Army

64th Armor Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

Bogart, Georgia

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