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VOLUME 3, ISSUE 324 | June 10 - 16, 2004

WHAT BUSH WROUGHT

Confirmed Dead and Wounded

June 3-9, 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, 828 service members have died, 688 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far 5,013 service members have been wounded in action.

TODD J. BOLDING, 23

Lance Corporal, Marines

4th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

Manvel, Texas

FRANK T. CARVILL, 51

Sergeant, Army National Guard

3rd Battalion

112th Field Artillery

Carlstadt, New Jersey

RYAN E. DOLTZ, 26

Specialist, Army National Guard

3rd Battalion

112th Field Artillery

Mine Hill, New Jersey

CHRISTOPHER M. DUFFY, 26,

Specialist, Army National Guard

3rd Battalion

112th Field Artillery

Brick, New Jersey

JUSTIN L. EYERLY, 23

Sergeant, Army National Guard

2nd Battalion

162nd Infantry

Salem, Oregon

JAMIE A. GRAY, 29

Sergeant, Army National Guard

1st Battalion

86th Field Artillery

Montpelier, Vermont

MELISSA J. HOBART, 22

Private First Class, Army

215th Forward Support Battalion

1st Cavalry Division

Ladson, South Carolina

HUMAYUN S. M. KHAN, 27

Captain, Army

201st Forward Support Battalion

1st Infantry Division

Bristow, Virginia

JUSTIN W. LINDEN, 22

Specialist, Army National Guard

2nd Battalion

162nd Infantry

Portland, Oregon

ERIK. S. MCCRAE, 25

1st Lt., Army National Guard

2nd Battalion

162nd Infantry

Portland, Oregon

MELVIN Y. MORA, 27

Sergeant

Army Reserve

245th Maintenance Company

Columbia, Missouri

ROBERT C. SCHEETZ JR., 31

Captain, Army

1st Battalion

6th Infantry Regiment

Dothan, Alabama

HUMBERTO F. TIMOTEO, 25

Sergeant, Army National Guard

3rd Battalion

112th Field Artillery

Newark, New Jersey

In Afghanistan

Since the inception of hostilities, 125 service members have died and 313 have been wounded in action.

DAVID M. FRAISE, 24

Corporal, Army

2nd Battalion

35th Infantry Regiment

New Orleans, Louisiana

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