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June 9-16, 2005

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, 1,710 service members have died, 1,566 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 12, 896 service members have been wounded in action.

LOUIS E. ALLEN, 34

First Lieutenant, National Guard

Headquarters Company

42nd Infantry Division

Milford, Pennsylvania

ROBERTO ARIZOLA, JR., 31

Sergeant, Army

297th Military Intelligence Battalion

513th Military Intelligence Brigade

Laredo, Texas

LARRY R. ARNOLD SR., 46

Sergeant, National Guard

150th Combat Engineer Battalion

155th Brigade Combat Team

Carriere, Mississippi

DUSTIN V. BIRCH, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

4th Tank Battalion

4th Marine Division

Saint Anthony, Idaho

ERIC T. BURRI, 21

Specialist, Army

623rd Quartermaster Company

1st Corps Support Command

Wyoming, Michigan

CASEY BYERS, 22

Specialist

National Guard

224th Engineer Battalion

Schleswig, Iowa

MARIO A. CASTILLO, 20

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Combat Engineer Battalion

2nd Marine Division

Brownwood, Texas

DANIEL CHAVEZ, 20

Lance Corporal, Marines

1st Tank Battalion

1st Marine Division

Seattle, Washington

TERRENCE K. CROWE, 44

Lieutenant Colonel, Army Reserve

98th Regiment

98th Division

New York, New York

MARK O. EDWARDS, 40

Staff Sergeant, National Guard

2nd Squadron

278th Armored Cavalry Regiment

Unicoi, Tennessee

PHILLIP T. ESPOSITO, 30

Captain, National Guard

Headquarters Company

42nd Infantry Division

Suffern, New York

MICHAEL J. FASNACHT, 25

First Lieutenant, Army

15th Infantry Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

Columbus, Georgia

DOUGLAS E. KASHMER, 27

Private First Class

Army

70th Transportation Company

Sharon, Pennsylvania

THOMAS O. KEELING, 23

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Strongsville, Ohio

ANDREW J. KILPELA, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Combat Engineer Battalion

2nd Marine Division

Fowerville, Michigan

ANTHONY D. KINSLOW, 21

Specialist, Army

17th Field Artillery Regiment

2nd Infantry Division

Westerville, Ohio

LARRY R. KUHNS JR., 24

Sergeant, Army

17th Field Artillery Regiment

2nd Infantry Division

Austintown, Ohio

STANLEY J. LAPINSKI, 35

Corporal, Army

7th Infantry Regiment

3rd Infantry Division

Las Vegas, Nevada

TERRANCE D. LEE SR., 25

Specialist, National Guard

150th Combat Engineer Battalion

155th Brigade Combat Team

Moss Point, Mississippi

JOHN J. MATTEK JR., 24

Lance Corporal, Marines

Regimental Combat Team-2

2nd Marine Division

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

DAVID J. MURRAY, 23

Sergeant

National Guard

1088th Engineering Battalion

Clinton, Louisiana

NEIL A. PRINCE, 35

Sergeant First Class, Army

17th Field Artillery Regiment

2nd Infantry Division

Baltimore, Maryland

DEVON P. SEYMOUR, 21

Lance Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

St. Louisville, Ohio

BRAD D. SQUIRES, 26

Corporal, Marines Reserves

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Middleburg Heights, Ohio

MARC L. TUCKER, 24

Lance Corporal, Marines

9th Engineer Support Battalion

3rd Force Service Support Group

Pontotoc, Mississippi

LINDA J. VILLAR, 41

Civilian, Army

U.S. Army Field

Support Command

Franklinton, Louisiana

JEFFERY L. WIENER, 32

Petty Officer Third Class

Navy

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Louisville, Kentucky

In Afghanistan

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died this past week in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 193 service members have died and 476 have been wounded in action.

EMMANUEL HERNANDEZ, 22

Private Fist Class, Army

319th Airborne Field Artillery Regiment

173rd Airborne Brigade

Yauco, Puerto Rico

MICHAEL J. KELLEY, 26

Sergeant

National Guard

101st Field Artillery Battalion,

Scituate, Massachusetts

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