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VOLUME 3, ISSUE 323 | June 3 - 9, 2004

Confirmed Dead and Wounded

May 27- June 2, 2004

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, 812 service members have died, 672 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far 4,882 service members have been wounded in action.

KENNETH MICHAEL BALLARD, 26

First Lieutenant, Army

37th Armored Regiment

1st Armored Division

Mountain View, California

CODY S. CALAVAN, 19

Private Fist Class, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Lake Stevens, Washington

KYLE W. CODNER, 19

Lance Corporal, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary

Wood River, Nebraska

BRADLI N. COLEMAN, 19

Private, Army

3rd Brigade

2nd Infantry Division

Ford City, Pennsylvania

AARON C. ELANDT, 23

Sergeant, Army

6th Infantry Regiment

1st Armored Division

Lowell, Michigan

BENJAMIN R. GONZALEZ, 23

Lance Corporal, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Los Angeles, California

MATTHEW C. HENDERSON, 25

Corporal, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary

Lincoln, Nebraska

MARKUS J. JOHNSON, 20

Private First Class, Army

3rd Air Defense Artillery

1st Infantry Division

Springfield, Massachusetts

JAMES P. LAMBERT, 23

Private First Class, Army

62nd Air Defense Artillery

10th Mountain Division

New Orleans, Louisiana

DOMINIQUE J. NICOLAS, 25

Corporal, Marines

1st Combat Engineer Battalion

1st Marine Division

Maricopa, Arizona

CHARLES E. ODUMS II, 22

Specialist, Army

8th Cavalry Regiment

1st Cavalry Division

Sandusky, Ohio

RAFAEL REYNOSASUAREZ, 28

Lance Corporal, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Santa Ana, California

RICHARD H. ROSAS, 21

Private First Class, Army

62nd Air Defense Artillery

10th Mountain Division

Saint Louis, Michigan

DUSTIN L. SIDES, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines

9th Communications Battalion

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Yakima, Washington

DUSTIN L. SIDES, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines

9th Communications Battalion

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Yakima, Washington

DANIEL P. UNGER, 19

Private First Class, Army National Guard

185th Armor

81st Separate Armor Brigade

Exeter, California

MICHAEL J. WIESEMANN, 20

Specialist, Army

3rd Brigade

2nd Infantry Division

North Judson, Indiana

NICHOLAUS E. ZIMMER, 20

Private First Class, Army

37th Armored Regiment

1st Armored Division

Columbus, Ohio

In Afghanistan

Since the inception of hostilities, 128 service members have died and 309 have been wounded in action.

DANIEL W. EGGERS, 28

Captain, Army

1st Battalion

3rd Special Forces Group

Cape Coral, Florida

JOSEPH A. JEFFRIES, 21

Private First Class

Army Reserve

329th Psychological

Operations Company

Beaverton, Oregon 

ROBERT J. MOGENSEN, 26

Sergeant First Class, Army

1st Battalion

3rd Special Forces Group

Leesville, Louisiana

BRIAN J. OUELLETTE, 37

Petty Officer 1st Class, Navy

Navy SEAL

Special Warfare Group Two

Needham, Massachusetts

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