Confirmed Dead & Wounded

February 3-9, 2005

In Iraq

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died this past week in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 1,448 service members have died, 1,305 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 10,871 service members have been wounded in action.

JEREMY O. ALLMON, 22

Specialist, Army

8th Cavalry Regiment

1st Cavalry Division

Cleburne, Texas

STEVEN G. BAYOW, 42

Staff Sergeant, Army

7th Infantry Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

Colonia Yap, Micronesia

SEAN L. BROCK, 29

Captain, Marines

Headquarters Battalion

Marine Corps Base Camp Butler

Redondo Beach, California

RICHARD C. CLIFTON, 19

Lance Corporal, Marines

5th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

Milford, Delaware

SEAN M. COOLEY, 35

Sergeant First Class, Army

150th Engineer Battalion

155th Armor Brigade

Ocean Springs, Mississippi

RICHARD M. CRANE, 25

Specialist

Army Reserve

325th Field Hospital

Independence, Missouri

ROBERT T. HENDRICKSON, 24

Specialist, Army

5th Cavalry Regiment

1st Cavalry Division

Broken Bow, Oklahoma

SEAN P. MAHER, 19

Lance Corporal, Marines

3rd Marine Regiment

3rd Marine Division

Grays Lake, Illinois

STEPHEN R. SHERMAN, 27

Sergeant, Army

5th Infantry Regiment

25th Infantry Division

Neptune, New Jersey

DANIEL TORRES, 23

Sergeant, Army

7th Infantry Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

Fort Worth, Texas

MARK C. WARREN, 44

Sergeant First Class, Army

116th Armor Cavalry Regiment

116th Brigade Combat Team

LaGrande, Oregon

TRAVIS M. WICHLACZ, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines

24th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

West Bend, Wisconsin

ZACHARY R. WOBLER, 24

Staff Sergeant, Army

325th Airborne Infantry Regiment

82nd Airborne Division

Ottowa, Ohio

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