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April 15-21, 2004

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died this past week in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 709 service members have died, 569 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 3, 630 service members have been wounded.

JIMMY J. ARROYAVE, 30

Staff Sergeant, Marines

1st Force Service Support Group

I Marine Expeditionary Forces

Woodland, California

MARVIN A. CAMPOSILES, 25

Specialist, Army

26th Infantry Regiment

1st Infantry Division

Austell, Georgia

RICHARD J. GANNON II, 31

Captain, Marines

7th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

Escondido, California

JONATHAN N. HARTMAN, 27

Sergeant, Army

37th Armored Regiment

1st Armored Division

Jacksonville, Florida

ROBERT L. HENDERSON, II, 33

First Lieutenant

Army National Guard

2123rd Transportation Company

Alvaton, Kentucky

CLAYTON W. HENSON, 20

Private First Class, Army

1st Squadron

2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Stanton, Texas

MICHAEL A. MCGLOTHIN, 21

Specialist, Army

Division Support Command

1st Cavalry Division

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

DENNIS B. MORGAN, 22

Specialist

Army National Guard

153rd Engineer Battalion

Valentine, Nebraska

CHRISTOPHER RAMIREZ, 34

Sergeant, Army

16th Infantry Regiment

1st Infantry Division

McAllen, Texas

FRANK K. RIVERS, JR., 23

Specialist, Army

3rd Brigade

2nd Infantry Division

Woodbridge, Virginia

VICTOR A. ROSALESLOMELI, 29

Staff Sergeant, Army

2nd Infantry Regiment

1st Infantry Division

Westminster, California

MICHAEL J. SMITH JR., 21

Lance Corporal, Marines

7th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

Jefferson, Ohio

RICHARD K. TREVITHICK, 20

Specialist, Army

9th Engineer Battalion

1st Infantry Division

Gaines, Michigan

RUBEN VALDEZ JR., 21

Lance Corporal, Marines

7th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

San Diego, Texas

GARY F. VANLEUVEN, 20

Lance Corporal, Marines

7th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

Klamath Falls, Oregon

BRIAN M. WOOD, 21

Sergeant, Army

9th Engineer Battalion

1st Infantry Division

Torrance, California

The following member of the Armed Forces died in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Cuba. Since the inception of hostilities, 115 service members have died and 282 have been wounded.

HERBERT R. CLAUNCH, 58

Master Sergeant

Army National Guard

217th Military Police Company

Wetumpka, Alabama

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