Confirmed Dead & Wounded

May 19-25, 2005

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died this past week in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 1,646 service members have died, 1,503 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 12, 630 service members have been wounded in action.

JOSHUA T. BRAZEE, 25

Specialist, Army

1st Squadron

3d Armored Cavalry Regiment

Sand Creek, Michigan

TYLER L. CREAMEAN, 21

Specialist

Army

73rd Engineer Company

Jacksonville, Arkansas

WYATT D. EISENHAUER, 26

Private First Class, Army

3rd Brigade

1st Armored Division

Pinckneyville, Illinois

ROBIN V. FELL, 22

Sergeant, Army

2nd Brigade

10th Mountain Division

Shreveport, Louisiana

KYLE M. HEMAUER, 21

Private First Class, Army

116th Infantry Regiment

29th Infantry Division

Manassas, Virginia

BENJAMIN C. MORTON, 24

Sergeant, Army

1st Brigade

25th Infantry Division

Wright, Kansas

KENNETH J. SCHALL, 22

Sergeant, Army

3rd Brigade

1st Armored Division

Peoria, Arizona

KURT D. SCHAMBERG, 26

Sergeant, Army

2nd Brigade

10th Mountain Division

Euclid, Ohio

AARON N. SEESAN, 25

First Lieutenant

Army

73rd Engineer Company

Ohio

BERNARD L. SEMBLY, 25

Specialist, National Guard

156th Armor Regiment

256th Brigade Combat Team

Bossier City, Louisiana

STEVEN C. TUCKER, 19

Private First Class, Army

503rd Infantry Regiment

173rd Airborne Brigade

Grapevine, Texas

ANTWAN L. WALKER, 22

Sergeant, Army

2nd Forward Support Battalion

2nd Infantry Division

Tampa, Florida

BRAD A. WENTZ, 21

Sergeant

Army Reserve

180th Transportation Company

Gladwin, Michigan

CHARLES T. WILKERSON, 30

Sergeant

Army

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Kansas City, Missouri

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