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Volume 5, Number 38 | September 21-27, 2006

Confirmed Dead and Wounded

September 14-20, 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, 2,681 service members have died, 2,537 of them since President George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far 20,322 service members have been wounded in action.

HARLEY D. ANDREWS, 22

Specialist, Army

54th Engineer Battalion

130th Engineer Brigade

Weimar, California

DAVID J. DAVIS, 32

Sergeant, Army

14th Cavalry Regiment

172nd Stryker Brigade Combat

Mount Airy, Maryland

ADAM L. KNOX, 21

Sergeant, Army Reserve

346th Psychological Operations

Columbus, Ohio

RUSSELL M. MAKOWSKI, 23

Specialist, Army

1st Brigade

4th Infantry Division

Union, Missouri

MATTHEW C. MATTINGLY, 30

Captain, Army

17th Cavalry Regiment

82nd Airborne Division

Reynoldsburg, Ohio

RYAN A. MILLER, 19

Lance Corporal, Marines

3rd Marine Division

III Marine Expeditionary Force

EMILY J.T. PEREZ, 23

2nd Lieutenant, Army

2nd Brigade

4th Infantry Division

Texas

DAVID J. RAMSEY, 27

Specialist, Army

47th Combat Support Hospital

62nd Medical Brigade

Tacoma, Washington

DAVID S. RODDY, 32

Petty Officer 2nd Class, Navy

Explosive Ordnance Disposal

Mobile Unit Two

Aberdeen, Maryland

JEFFREY P. SHAFFER, 21

Private 1st Class, Army

6th Infantry Regiment

1st Armored Division,

Harrison, Arkansas

DAVID T. WEIR, 23

Sergeant, Army

4th Brigade Combat Team,

101st Airborne Division

Cleveland, Tennessee

CLINT E.WILLIAMS, 24

Sergeant, Army

2nd Brigade

4th Infantry Division

Kingston, Oklahoma

JAMES R. WORSTER, 24

Sergeant, Army

10th Combat Support Hospital

43rd Area Support Group

Broadview Heights, Ohio

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, 335 service members have died. Thus far, 941 service members have been wounded in action.

BERNARD L. DEGHAND, 42

Sergeant 1st Class, National Guard

35th Division Artillery

Mayetta, Kansas

JEREMY E. DEPOTTEY, 26

Sergeant, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

10th Mountain Division

Ironwood, Michigan

MICHAEL T. FUGA, 47

Sergeant 1st Class, National Guard

35th Special Troops Battalion

Nuuli, American Samoa

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