Confirmed Dead and Wounded

June 23-July 6, 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, 1,749 service members have died, 1,605 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 13,336 service members have been wounded in action.

SCOTTIE L. BRIGHT, 36

Staff Sergeant, Army

3rd Squadron

3rd Armored Cavalry

Montgomery, Alabama

JEREMY A. BROWN, 26

Staff Sergeant, Army

66th Military Intelligence Company

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Mabscott, West Virginia

LYLE J. CAMBRIDGE, 23

Corporal, Army

3rd Squadron

3rd Armored Cavalry

Shiprock, New Mexico

RAFAEL A. CARRILLO, JR., 21

Specialist, Army

64th Armor Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

Boys Ranch, Texas

HOLLY A. CHARETTE, 21

Lance Corporal, Marines

Headquarters Battalion

2nd Marine Division

Cranston, Rhode Island

REGINA R. CLARK, 43

Petty Officer First Class

Navy

Naval Construction Region Detachment 30

Centralia, Washington

MATTHEW S. COUTU, 23

Second Lieutenant, Army

64th Military Police Company

720th Military Police Battalion

North Kingstown, Rhode Island

DANNY P. DIETZ, 25

Petty Officer Second Class

Navy

SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team Two

Littleton, Colorado

ARNOLD DUPLANTIER II, 26

Sergeant, National Guard

1st Battalion

184th Infantry Regiment

Sacramento, California

JACQUES J. FONTAN, 36

Chief Petty Officer

Navy

SEAL Team Ten

New Orleans, Louisiana

ROBERT E. HALL JR., 30

Specialist

Army Reserve

467th Engineer Battalion

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

MANNY HORNEDO, 27

Sergeant

National Guard

1569th Transportation Company

Brooklyn, New York

CHRISTOPHER L. HOSKINS, 21

Specialist, Army

9th Infantry Regiment

2nd Infantry Division

Danielson, Connecticut

NICHOLAS R. IDALSKI, 23

Specialist, Army

9th Infantry Regiment

2nd Infantry Division

Crown Point, Indiana

CHARLES A. KAUFMAN, 20

Specialist, National Guard

1st Battalion

128th Infantry

Fairchild, Wisconsin

KEITH R. MARIOTTI, 39

Chief Warrant Officer, Army

3rd Aviation Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

Texas

CHAD M. MERCER, 25

Sergeant, National Guard

2nd Battalion

121st Infantry Regiment

Waycross, Georgia

RYAN J. MONTGOMERY, 22

Specialist, National Guard

1st Battalion

623rd Field Artillery Regiment

Greensburg, Kentucky

VEASHNA MUY, 20

Private First Class, Marines

8th Marine Regiment

2nd Marine Division

Los Angeles, California

CHRISTOPHER W. PHELPS, 39

Sergeant First Class, Army

3rd Squadron

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Louisville, Kentucky

CARLOS PINEDA, 23

Corporal, Marines

8th Marine Regiment

2nd Marine Division

Los Angeles, California

CHAD W. POWELL, 22

Corporal, Marines

8th Marine Regiment

2nd Marine Division

West Monroe, Louisiana

STEVEN E. SHEPARD, 30

Chief Warrant Officer, Army

3rd Aviation Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

Purcell, Oklahoma

JAMES D. STEWART, 29

Sergeant, Army

57th Transportation Company

10th Mountain Division

Chattanooga, Tennessee

JOSEPH M. TACKETT, 22

Sergeant, Army

76th Field Artillery

3rd Infantry Division

Whitehouse, Kentucky

RAMONA M. VALDEZ, 20

Corporal, Marines

Headquarters Battalion

2nd Marine Division

Bronx, New York

BRIAN A. VAUGHN, 23

Specialist, Army

9th Infantry Regiment

2nd Infantry Division

Pell City, Alabama

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, 213 service members have died and 511 have been wounded in action.

ANTHONY S. COMETA, 21

Specialist, National Guard

1864th Transportation Company

106th Transportation Battalion

Las Vegas, Nevada

DUANE W. DIVELY, 43

Major

Air Force

1st Reconnaissance Squadron

Rancho California, California

SHAMUS O. GOARE, 29

Staff Sergeant, Army

160th Special Operations Aviation

Regiment (Airborne)

Danville, Ohio

COREY J. GOODNATURE, 35

Chief Warrant Officer, Army

160th Special Operations Aviation

Regiment (Airborne)

Clarks Grove, Minnesota

DANIEL R. HEALY, 36

Senior Chief Petty Officer

Navy

SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team One

Exeter, New Hampshire

KIP A. JACOBY, 21

Sergeant, Army

160th Special Operations Aviation

Regiment (Airborne)

Pompano Beach, Florida

ERIK S. KRISTENSEN, 33

Lieutenant Commander

Navy

SEAL Team Ten

San Diego, California

JEFFERY A. LUCAS, 33

Petty Officer First Class

Navy

SEAL Team Ten

Corbett, Oregon

MICHAEL M. MCGREEVY, JR., 30

Lieutenant

Navy

SEAL Team Ten

Portville, New York

MARCUS V. MURALLES, 33

Sergeant First Class, Army

160th Special Operations Aviation

Regiment (Airborne)

Shelbyville, Indiana

MICHAEL P. MURPHY, 29

Lieutenant

Navy

SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team One

Patchogue, New York

CHRISTOPHER N. PIPER, 43

Staff Sergeant, Army

1st Battalion

7th Special Forces Group

Marblehead, Massachusetts

JAMES W. PONDER III, 36

Master Sergeant, Army

160th Special Operations Aviation

Regiment (Airborne)

Franklin, Tennessee

STEPHEN C. REICH, 34

Major, Army

160th Special Operations Aviation

Regiment (Airborne)

Washington Depot, Connecticut

MICHAEL L. RUSSELL, 31

Sergeant First Class, Army

160th Special Operations Aviation

Regiment (Airborne)

Stafford, Virginia

CHRIS J. SCHERKENBACH, 40

Chief Warrant Officer, Army

160th Special Operations Aviation

Regiment (Airborne)

Jacksonville, Florida

JAMES SUH, 28

Petty Officer Second Class

Navy

SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team One

Deerfield Beach, Florida

JEFFREY S. TAYLOR, 30

Petty Officer First Class

Navy

SEAL Team Ten

Midway, West Virginia

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