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VOLUME 3, ISSUE 36 | September 2 - 9, 2004

Confirmed Dead and Wounded

Aug. 26-Sept. 1, 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, 979 service members have died, 838 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 6,916 service members have been wounded in action.

CARL L. ANDERSON JR., 21

Airman First Class

Air Force

3rd Logistics Readiness Squadron

Georgetown, South Carolina

ALEXANDER S. ARREDONDO, 20

Lance Corporal, Marines

Battalion Landing Team 1-4

11th Marine Expeditionary Unit

Randolph, Massachusetts

AARON N. HOLLEYMAN, 26

Staff Sergeant, Army

1st Battalion

5th Special Forces Group

Glasgow, Montana

BARTON R. HUMLHANZ, 23

Corporal

Marines

Service Support Group 24

Hellertown, Pennsylvania

JACOB R. LUGO, 21

Lance Corporal, Marines

7th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

Flower Mound, Texas

CHARLES L. NEELEY, 19

Specialist

Army Reserve

454th Transportation Company

Mattoon, Illinois

LUIS A. PEREZ, 19

Private First Class

Army Reserve

223rd Transportation Company

Theresa, New York

MARCO D. ROSS, 20

Specialist, Army

115th Forward Support Battalion

1st Cavalry Division

Memphis, Tennessee

NICHOLAS M. SKINNER, 20

Private First Class, Marines

Battalion Landing Team 1-4

11th Marine Expeditionary Unit

Davenport, Iowa

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