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January 26-February 15, 2006

In Iraq

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past three weeks in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 2,270 service members have died, 2,126 of them since President George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 16,742 service members have been wounded in action.

FELIPE C. BARBOSA, 21

Corporal, Marines

2nd Marine Division

II Marine Expeditionary Force

High Point, North Carolina

JEREMIAH J. BOEHMER, 22

Sergeant, Army

562nd Engineer Company

172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team

Parkston, South Dakota

SEAN T. CARDELLI, 20

Private 1st Class, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Downers Grove, Illinois

LANCE M. CHASE, 32

Staff Sergeant, Army

4th Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

JAVIER CHAVEZ JR., 19

Private 1st Class, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Cutler, California

LANCE S. CORNETT, 33

Sergeant 1st Class, Army

Special Operations Command

London, Kentucky

SIMON T. COX, Jr., 30

1st Lieutenant, Army

1st Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

Texas

JERRY M. DURBIN JR., 26

Sergeant, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Spring, Texas

FELIPE J. GARCIA VILLAREAL, 26

Specialist, Army

54th Engineer Battalion

130th Engineer Brigade

Burke, Virginia

ORVILLE GERENA, 21

Corporal, Marines

22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Virginia Beach, Virginia

WILLIAM S. HAYES III, 23

Specialist, Army

1st Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

St. Tammany, Louisiana

PATRICK W. HERRIED, 29

Specialist, Army

14th Cavalry Regiment

172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

DAVID L. HERRERA, 26

Sergeant, Army

4th Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Oceanside, California

MATTHEW D. HUNTER, 31

Sergeant, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Valley Grove, West Virginia

JOSHUA A. JOHNSON, 24

Sergeant, National Guard

172nd Infantry Regiment

3rd Battalion

Richford, Vermont

ANDREW J. KEMPLE, 23

Corporal, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Cambridge, Minnesota

ALLEN D. KOKESH JR., 21

Specialist, Army

Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion

147th Field Artillery

Yankton, South Dakota

HUGO R. LOPEZLOPEZ, 20

Lance Corporal, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

La Habra, California

BRIAN MCELROY, 28

Staff Sergeant, Air Force

3rd Security Forces Squadron

San Antonio, Texas

SCOTT A. MESSER, 26

Private 1st Class, Army

1st Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Ashland, Kentucky

SEAN H. MILES, 28

Sergeant, Marines

2nd Marine Division

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Midlothian, Virginia

CHRISTOPHER R. MORNINGSTAR, 27

Sergeant, Army

562nd Engineer Company

172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team

San Antonio, Texas

JASON L. NORTON, 32

Technical Sergeant, Air Force

3rd Security Forces Squadron

Miami, Oklahoma

ANTHONY C. OWENS, 21

Specialist, Army

2nd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Conway, South Carolina

DAVID S. PARR, 22

Lance Corporal

22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Benson, North Carolina

STEVEN L. PHILLIPS, 27

Lance Corporal, Marines

2nd Marine Division

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Chesapeake, Virginia

MICHAEL S. PROBST, 26

Lance Corporal, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Irvine, California

RICKEY SCOTT, 30

Staff Sergeant, Army

1st Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Columbus, Georgia

BRIAN J. SCHOFF, 22

Corporal, Army

4th Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Manchester, Tennessee

BRANDON S. SCHUCK, 21,

Corporal, Marines

2nd Marine Logistics Group

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Safford, Arizona

ROSS A. SMITH, 21

Corporal, Marines

1st Marine Division

I Marine Expeditionary Force

Wyoming, Michigan

JACOB D. SPANN, 21

Private 1st Class, Marines

22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit

II Marine Expeditionary Force

Columbus, Ohio

PETER D. WAGLER, 18

Private 1st Class, Army

4th Brigade Combat Team

4th Infantry Division

Partridge, Kansas

NICHOLAS WILSON, 25

Petty Officer 3rd Class, Navy

Explosive Ordnance Disposal

Mobile Unit Three

Newark Valley, New York

JESSE M. ZAMORA, 22

Corporal, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Las Cruces, New Mexico

In Afghanistan

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past three weeks in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 258 service members have died and 688 have been wounded in action.

MATTHEW L. BERTOLINO, 20

Private 1st Class, Marines

3rd Marine Division

III Marine Expeditionary Force

Hampstead, New Hampshire

BILLY D. BRIXEY JR., 21

Lance Corporal, Marines

3rd Marine Division

III Marine Expeditionary Force

Ferriday, Louisiana

JOHN T. FRALISH, 30

Petty Officer 3rd Class, Marines

3rd Marine Division Detachment

New Kingstown, Pennsylvania

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