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January 6-12, 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, 1,355 service members have died, 1,213 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, more than 10,372 service members have been wounded in action.

CHRISTOPHER J. BABIN, 27

Sergeant

National Guard

256th Infantry Brigade

Houma, Louisiana

BRADLEY J. BERGERON, 25

Specialist

National Guard

256th Infantry Brigade

Houma, Louisiana

JIMMY D. BUIE, 44

Specialist, National Guard

153rd Infantry Regiment

39th Infantry Brigade

Floral, Arkansas

JULIO C. CISNEROSALVAREZ, 22

Lance Corporal, Marines

7th Marine Regiment

1st Marine Division

Pharr, Texas

KURT J. COMEAUX, 34

Sergeant

National Guard

256th Infantry Brigade

Lafayette, Louisiana

ZACHARIAH S. DAVIS, 25

Sergeant, Marines

3rd Light Armored Btln.

1st Marine Division

Twentynine Palms, California

CORY R. DEPEW, 21

Private, Army

1st Brigade, 25th

Infantry Division

Beech Grove, Indiana

HUEY P. L. FASSBENDER, 24

Specialist

National Guard

256th Infantry Brigade

LaPlace, Louisiana

JOSEPH E. FITE, 23

Corporal, Marines

23rd Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Round Rock, Texas

ARMAND L. FRICKEY, 20

Specialist

National Guard

256th Infantry Brigade

Houma, Louisiana

DANIEL F. GUASTAFERRO, 27

Private First Class, Army

503rd Infantry Regiment

2nd Brigade Combat Team

Las Vegas, Nevada

WILLIAM F. MANUEL, 34

Staff Sergeant,

National Guard

156th Infantry Regiment

256th Infantry Brigade

Kinder, Louisiana

JOSHUA S. MARCUM, 33

Specialist, National Guard

153rd Infantry Regiment

39th Infantry Brigade

Evening Shade, Arkansas

DWAYNE J. McFARLANE JR., 20

Specialist, Army

15th Field Artillery

Regiment, 10th

Mountain Division

Cass Lake, Minnesota

JEREMY W. McHALFFEY, 28

Specialist, National Guard

153rd Infantry Regiment

39th Infantry Brigade

Mabelvale, Arkansas

OTIE J. McVEY, 53

Sergeant First Class

Army Reserves

706th Transportation

Company

Oak Hill, West Virginia

WARREN A. MURPHY, 29

Specialist

National Guard

256th Infantry Brigade

Lafayette, Louisiana

FOSTER PINKSTON, 47

Sergeant

National Guard

878th Engineer Battalion

Warrenton, Georgia

ROBERT W. SWEENEY III, 22

Sergeant, National Guard

156th Infantry Regiment

256th Infantry Brigade

Pineville, Louisiana

KENNETH G. VONRONN, 20

Private First Class,

National Guard

69th Infantry Regiment

42nd Infantry Division

Bloomingburg, New York

BENNIE J. WASHINGTON, 25

Sergeant, Army

44th Engineer Battalion

2nd Infantry Division

Atlanta, Georgia

CURTIS L. WOOTEN III, 20

Private First Class, Army

77th Armor Regiment

1st Infantry Division

Spanaway, Washington

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, 156 service members have died and 424 have been wounded in action.

ROBERT K. MCGEE, 38

Staff Sergeant, Army

2nd Battalion

1st Special Forces Group

Martinsville, Virginia

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