Confirmed Dead or Wounded

December 29, 2005-January 4, 2006

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, 2,189 service members have died, 2,045 of them since President George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 16,329 service members have been wounded in action.

DJASON L. BISHOP, 31

Sergeant 1st Class, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Williamstown, Kentucky

MARCELINO R. CORNIEL, 23

Specialist, National Guard

1st Battalion

184th Infantry Regiment

La Puente, California

SHAWN C. DOSTIE, 32

Sergeant 1st Class, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Granite City, Illinois

AARON M. FORBES, 24

Specialist, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

Oak Island, New Carolina

GEORGE A. LUTZ, II, 25

Private 1st Class, Army

4th Psychological Operations Group

Civil Affairs/ Psychological Command

Virginia Beach, Virginia

JOSHUA M. MORBERG, 20

Private, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

Sparks, Nevada

JONATHAN R. PFENDER, 22

Private, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Evansville, Indiana

LANCE S. SAGE, 26

Specialist, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

Hempstead, New York

RICHARD M. SALTER, 44

Chief Warrant Officer, Army

Aviation Brigade

4th Infantry Division

Cypress, Texas

ISAIAS E. SANTOS, 28

Chief Warrant Officer, Army

Aviation Brigade

4th Infantry Division

Ancon, Panama

AYMAN A. TAHA, 31

Staff Sergeant, Army

3rd Battalion

5th Special Forces Group

Vienna, Virginia

PRINCE K. TEEWIA, 27

Specialist, Army

4th Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Durham, North Carolina

CHRISTOPHER J. VANDERHORN, 37

Staff Sergeant, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Pierce, Washington

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, 255 service members have died and 675 have been wounded in action.

JASON D. HASENAUER, 21

Private 1st Class, Army

504th Parachute Infantry Regiment

82nd Airborne Division

Hilton, New York

TOBIAS C. MEISTER, 30

1st Sergeant, Army Reserve

321st Civil Affairs Brigade

Jenks, Oklahoma

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