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August 3-August 16, 2006

In Iraq

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past two weeks in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 2,607 service members have died, 2,463 of them since President George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far 19,511 service members have been wounded in action.

BRADLEY H. BESTE, 22

Sergeant, Army

1st Cavalry Regiment

1st Armored Division

Naperville, Illinois

JEFFREY S. BROWN, 25

Sergeant, Army

82nd Medical Company

Trinity Center, California

CARLTON A. CLARK, 22

Sergeant, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

South Royalton, Vermont

KURT E. DECHEN, 24

Lance Corporal, Marines

Regimental Combat Team 5

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Springfield, Vermont

JOSHUA A. FORD, 20

Sergeant, National Guard

189th Transportation Company

485th Corps Support Battalion

Wayne, Nebraska

JASON HANSON, 21

Private 1st Class, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Forks, Washington

HAI MING HSIA, 37

Specialist, Army

6th Infantry Regiment

1st Army Division

New York, New York

AARON D. JAGGER, 43

1st Sergeant, Army

37th Armor Regiment

1st Armored Division

Hillsdale, Michigan

KENNETH A. JENKINS, 25

Staff Sergeant, Army

4th Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

Fouke, Arkansas

RYAN D. JOPEK, 20

Sergeant, National Guard

2nd Battalion

127th Infantry Regiment

Merrill, Wisconsin

BRIAN J. KUBIK, 20

Private 1st Class, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Harker Heights, Texas

DUSTIN D. LAIRD, 23

Sergeant, National Guard

913th Engineer Company

46th Engineer Battalion

Martin, Tennessee

MARC A. LEE, 28

Petty Officer 2nd Class, Navy

Navy SEALS

Hood River, Oregon

JEREMY Z. LONG, 18

Lance Corporal, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Sun Valley, Nevada

MICHAEL C. LLOYD, 24

Staff Sergeant, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

San Antonio, Texas

TRACY L. MELVIN, 31

Staff Sergeant, Army

6th Infantry Division

1st Armored Division

Seattle, Washington

STEVEN P. MENNEMEYER, 26

Sergeant, Army

82nd Medical Company

Granite City, Illinois

IGNACIO RAMIREZ. 22

Specialist, Army

37th Armor Regiment

1st Armored Division

Henderson, Nevada

STEPHEN A. SEALE, 25

Staff Sergeant, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Grafton West Virginia

LEROY SEGURA JR., 23

Sergeant, Army

362nd Engineer Company

54th Engineer Battalion

Clovis, New Mexico

CLINT J. STOREY, 30

Staff Sergeant, Army

1st Cavalry Regiment

1st Armored Division

Enid, Oklahoma

JOSEPH A. TOMCI, 21

Corporal, Marines

2nd Marine Division

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Stow, Ohio

GEORGE M. ULLOA JR., 23

Sergeant, Marines

2nd Marine Division

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Austin, Texas

SHANE W. WOODS, 23

Specialist, Army

37th Armor Regiment

1st Armored Division

Palmer, Alaska

JOSÉ ZAMORA, 24

Corporal, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Sunland Park, New Mexico

KEVIN L. ZEIGLER, 31

Staff Sergeant, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

Overland Park, Kansas

In Afghanistan

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past two weeks in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 323 service members have died. Thus far, 861 service members have been wounded in action.

REGELIO R. GARZA, 26

Specialist, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

10th Mountain Division

Corpus Christi, Texas

ANDREW R. SMALL, 19

Private 1st Class, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

10th Mountain Division

Wiscasset, Maine

DANIEL A. SUPLEE, 39

Staff Sergeant, National Guard

153rd Cavalry Squadron

Ocala, Florida

JAMES P. WHITE JR., 19

Private 1st Class, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

10th Mountain Division

Huber Heights, Ohio

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