Letters to the editor

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 47 | November 27–december 3, 2003

AMERICAN WAR DEAD

Killed 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, 437 service members have died, 300 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003.

DAMIAN S. BUSHART, 22

Private First Class, Army

1st Cavalry Regiment, 1st

Armored Division

Waterford, Michigan

GARY B. COLEMAN, 24

Corporal, Army

68th Armored Regiment,

4th Infantry Division

Pikeville, Kentucky

JOSEPH L. LISTER, 22

Specialist, Army

34th Armored Regiment,

1st Infantry Division

Pleasanton, Kansas

EDDIE E. MENYWEATHER, 35

Staff Sergeant, Army

588th Engineer Battalion,

4th Infantry Division

Los Angeles, California

CHRISTOPHER G. NASON, 39

Chief Warrant Officer, Army

306th Military

Intelligence Battalion

California

REL A. RAVAGO IV, 21

Specialist, Army

502nd Regiment,

101st Airborne Division

Glendale, Calif.

ROBERT D. ROBERTS, 21

Specialist, Army

1st Cavalry Regiment,

1st Armored Division

Winter Park, Florida

DARRELL L. SMITH, 28

Corporal, Army National Guard, 1st Battalion, 1

52nd Infantry Regiment

Otwell, Indiana

SCOTT M. TYRRELL, 21

Private, Army

299th Engineer Battalion,

4th Infantry Division

Sterling, Illinois

JERRY L. WILSON, 45

Sergeant Major, Army

502nd Regiment,

101st Airborne Division

Thomson, Georgia

GEORGE A. WOOD, 33

Captain, Army

2nd Brigade,

4th Infantry Division

New York, New York

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