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February 10-16, 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, 1,459 service members have died, 1,316 of them since Pres. George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 10,968 service members have been wounded in action.

DAKOTAH L. GOODING, 21

Specialist, Army

7th Cavalry

3d Infantry Division

Des Moines, Iowa

JEFFREY S. HENTHORN, 25

Specialist

Army

24th Transportation Company

Choctaw, Oklahoma

JESSICA M. HOUSBY, 23

Sergeant,

National Guard

1644th Transportation Company

Rock Island, Illinois

RENE KNOX, JR., 22

Sergeant, Army

7th Cavalry

3d Infantry Division

New Orleans, Louisiana

CHAD W. LAKE, 26

Sergeant, Army

7th Cavalry

3d Infantry Division

Ocala, Florida

ROBERT A. MCNAIL, 30

Specialist, National Guard

150th Combat Engineer Batt.

155th Brigade Combat Team

Meridian, Mississippi

RICHARD A. PEREZ JR., 19

Lance Corporal, Marine Resrvs.

6th Motor Transport Battalion

4th Force Serv. Support Group

Las Vegas, Nevada

RAY RANGEL, 29

Staff Sergeant

Air Force

7th Civil Engineering Squadron

San Antonio, Texas

WILLIAM T. ROBBINS, 31

Staff Sergeant

National Guard

39th Infantry Brigade

North Little Rock, Arkansas

KRISTOPHER L. SHEPHERD, 26

Staff Sergeant, Army

63rd Ordnance Battalion

52nd Ordnance Group

Lynchburg, Virginia

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