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October 6-12, 2005

In Iraq

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past week in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 1,954 members have died, 1,810 of them since President George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 14,902 service members have been wounded in action.

JERRY L. BONIFACIO JR., 28

Staff Sergeant, National Guard

1st Battalion

184th Infantry Regiment

Vacaville, California

SHAYNE M. CABINO, 19

Private 1st Class, Marines

2nd Battalion

2nd Marine Regiment

Canton, Massachusetts

NICHOLAS O. CHERAVA, 21

Corporal, Marines

2nd Battalion

2nd Marine Regiment

Ontonagon, Michigan

SERGIO H. ESCOBAR, 18

Lance Corporal, Marines

3rd Battalion

7th Marine Regiment

Pasadena, California

ERIC A. FIFER, 22

Sergeant, Army

3rd Battalion

504th Parachute Infantry Regiment

Knoxville, Tennessee

JASON L. FRYE, 19

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Battalion

2nd Marine Regiment

Landisburg, Pennsylvania

NICHOLAS J. GREER, 21

Private 1st Class, Army

3rd Battalion

504th Parachute Infantry Regiment

Monroe, Michigan

GARY R. HARPER JR., 29

Staff Sergeant, Army

2nd Battalion

5th Special Forces Group

Virden, Illinois

JEREMY M. HODGE, 20

Specialist, National Guard

612th Engineer Battalion

Ridgeway, Ohio

LEON G. JAMES II, 46

Lieutenant Colonel, Army

3rd Battalion

314th Field Artillery Regiment

Sackets Harbor, New York

LEON M. JOHNSON, 28

Sergeant, Army

1st Battalion

30th Infantry Regiment

Jacksonville, Florida

PATRICK B. KENNY, 20

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Battalion

2nd Marine Regiment

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

MATTHEW A. KIMMELL, 30

Staff Sergeant. Army

3rd Battalion

5th Special Forces Group

Paxton, Indiana

DANIEL M. MCVICKER, 20

Lance Corporal, Marines

Regimental Combat Team 2

2nd Marine Division

Alliance, Ohio

CARL L. RAINES II, 20

Lance Corporal, Marines

Combat Service Support

2nd Force Service Support Group

Coffee, Alabama

TIMOTHY J. ROARK, 29

Staff Sergeant, Army

4th Battalion

123rd Aviation Regiment

Houston, Texas

JEREMIAH W. ROBINSON, 20

Specialist, National Guard

860th Military Police Company

Mesa, Arizona

BRANDON K. SNEED, 33

Sergeant 1st Class, Army

1st Battalion

30th Infantry Regiment

Norman, Oklahoma

In Afghanistan

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past week in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 245 service members have died and 616 have been wounded in action.

MOSES E. ARMSTEAD, 44

Sergeant 1st Class, Army

16th Ordnance Battalion

Rochester, New York

TROY S. EZERNACK, 39

Staff Sergeant, Army

2nd Battalion

503rd Infantry Regiment

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

BENNY S. FRANKLIN, 19

Private 1st Class. Ar,u

2nd Battalion

319th Airborne

Field Artillery Regiment

Hammond, Louisiana

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Updated 5:17 pm, July 20, 2018
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