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VOLUME 3, ISSUE 326 | June 24 - 30, 2004

WHAT BUSH WROUGHT

Confirmed Dead and Wounded

June 17-23, 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, 839 service members have died, 699 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far 5,138 service members have been wounded in action.

PAUL R. SYVERSON III, 32

Major, Army

5th Special Forces Group

Lake Zurich, Illinois

JEREMY M. DIMARANAN, 29

Specialist, Army Reserve

302nd Transportation Company

172nd Combat Support Group

Virginia Beach, Virginia

ARTHUR S. MASTRAPA, 35

Sergeant, Army Reserve

351 Military Police Company

95th Military Police Battalion

16th Military Police Brigade

Apopka, Florida

MARVIN BEST, 33

Staff Sergeant, Marines

2nd Battalion

7th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Prosser, Washington

SEAN HORN, 19

Private First Class, Army

Combat Service Support Group 11

1st Force Service Support Group

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Orange, California

JASON N. LYNCH, 21

Private First Class, Army

1st Battalion

6th Field Artillery

1st Infantry Division

St. Croix, Virgin Islands

PEDRO CONTRERAS, 27

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Battalion

4th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Harris, Texas

GREGORY V. PENNINGTON, 36

Staff Sergeant, Army

2nd Squadron

7th Cavalry Regiment

1st Cavalry Division

Glade Spring, Virginia

DESHON E. OTEY, 24

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Battalion

4th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Hardin, Kentucky

TOMMY L. PARKER JR., 21

Corporal, Marines

4th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Cleburne, Arkansas

In Afghanistan

Since the inception of hostilities, 127 service members have died and 319 have been wounded in action.

Russell P. White, 19

Lance Corporal, Marines

3rd Battalion

6th Marines

2nd Marine Division

Dagsboro, Delaware

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