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August 24- August 30, 2006

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, 2,634 service members have died, 2,490 of them since President George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far 19,773 service members have been wounded in action.

DAVID J. ALMAZAN, 27

Sergeant, Army

1st Brigade Combat Team

1st Armored Division

Van Nuys, California

THOMAS J. BARBIERI, 24

Specialist, Army

2nd Brigade

82nd Airborne Division

Gaithersburg, Maryland

DARRY BENSON, 46

Sergeant, National Guard

730th Quartermaster Battalion

Winterville, North Carolina

DONALD E. CHAMPLIN, 28

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Marine Division

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Natchitoches, Louisiana

KENNETH M. CROSS, 21

Specialist, Army

3rd Brigade

2nd Infantry Division

Superior, Wisconsin

PAUL J. DARGA, 34

Chief Petty Officer, Navy

Explosive Ordnance Disposal

Mobile Unit Two

1st Marine Logistics Group

Alpena, Michigan

DANIEL G. DOLAN, 19

Private 1st Class, Army

3rd Brigade

2nd Infantry Division

Roy, Utah

JEFFREY J. HANSEN, 31

Staff Sergeant, National Guard

1st Squadron

167th Cavalry Regiment

Cairo, Nebraska

SETH A. HILDRETH, 26

Specialist, Army

2nd Brigade

4th Infantry Division

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

JAMES D. HIRLSTON, 21

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Marine Division

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Murfreesboro, Tennessee

JOSHUA D. JONES, 24

Specialist, Army

4th Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

Pomeroy, Ohio

JEREMY E. KING, 23

Sergeant, Army

4th Brigade

4th Infantry Division

Meridian, Idaho

JORDAN C. PIERSON, 21

Corporal, Marines

25th Marine Regiment

4th Marine Division

Milford, Connecticut

MARQUEES A. QUICK, 28

Sergeant, Army

1st Brigade Combat Team

1st Armored Division

Hoover, Alabama

GORDON G. SOLOMON, 35

Staff Sergeant, Marines

2nd Marine Division

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Fairborn, Ohio

WILLIAM E. THORNE, 26

Private 1st Class, Army

2nd Brigade

4th Infantry Division

Hospers, Iowa

RUBEN J. VILLA, JR., 36

Sergeant 1st Class

Area Support Group

Camp Arifjan, Kuwait

El Paso, Texas

DAVID G. WEIMORTZ, 28

Corporal, Marines

2nd Marine Regiment

2nd Marine Division

Irmo, South Carolina

DWAYNE E. WILLIAMS, 28

Staff Sergeant, Marines

3rd Marine Logistics Group

III Marine Expeditionary Force

Baltimore, Maryland

EDGARDO ZAYAS, 29

Specialist, Army

4th Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Dorchester, Massachusetts

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, 330 service members have died. Thus far, 893 service members have been wounded in action.

JEREMIAH S. COLE, 26

Corpora, Army

1st Brigade Combat Team

10th Mountain Division

Hiawatha, Kansas

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