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Perknose

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The Department of Defense has identified 921 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans yesterday:

FONTECCHIO, Elia P., 30, Gunnery Sgt., Marines; Milford, Mass.; First Marine Division.

NICE, Joseph L., 19, Lance Cpl., Marines; Nicoma Park, Okla.; First Marine Division.

PRATT, Dean P., 22, Cpl., Marines; Stevensville, Mont.; First Marine Division.



 

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The Department of Defense has identified 922 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following American on Friday:

McCUNE, Donald R., 20, Specialist, Army National Guard; Ypsilanti, Mich.; First Battalion, 161st Infantry.



 

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The Department of Defense has identified 929 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the death of the following Americans yesterday:

ABAD, Roberto, 22, Cpl., Marines; Los Angeles; 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, First Expeditionary Force.

BUNCH, Joshua I., 23, Specialist, Army; Hattiesburg, Miss.; First Cavalry Division.

FAULSTICH, Raymond J. Jr., 24, Pfc., Army; Leonardtown, Md.; 89th Transportation Company, Sixth Transportation Battalion, Seventh Transportation Group.

POTTER, David L., 22, Pfc., Army; Johnson City, Tenn.; First Cavalry Division.

REYNOSO, Yadir G., 27, Sgt., Marines; Wapato, Wash.; 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, First Expeditionary Force.

ROCHA, Moses D., 33, Sgt., Marines; Roswell, N.M., 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, First Expeditionary Force.

WELLS, Larry L., 22, Lance Cpl., Marines; Mount Hermon, La.; 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, First Expeditionary Force.



 

Perknose

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The Department of Defense has identified 931 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the death of the following Americans yesterday:

COLLINS, Jonathan W., 19, Lance Cpl., Marines; Crystal Lake, Ill.; First Marine Division.

HOUGHTON, Andrew R., 25, Capt., Army; Houston; First Infantry Division.



 

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REYNOSO, Yadir G., 27, Sgt., Marines; Wapato, Wash.; 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, First Expeditionary Force.
yesterday the paper had a pic of a militant holding his helmet
 

Perknose

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The Department of Defense has identified 935 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans yesterday and the day before:

FUNKE, Kane M., 20, Lance Cpl., Marines; Vancouver, Wash.; First Marine Division.

MORRISON, Nicholas B., 23, Lance Cpl., Marines; Carlisle, Pa.; Second Marine Division.

SANTORIELLO, Neil Anthony, 24, 1st Lt., Army; Verona, Pa.; First Infantry Division.

TARLAVSKY, Michael Yury, 30, Capt., Army; Passaic, N.J.; First Battalion, Fifth Special Forces Group.




 

Perknose

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The Department of Defense has identified 939 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans yesterday:

HOWARD, John R., 26, Staff Sgt., Marines; Covington, Va.; Medium Helicopter Squadron 166, 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, First Expeditionary Force.

HUBBARD, Tavon L., 24, Lance Cpl., Marines; Reston, Va.; Command Element, 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, First Expeditionary Force.

SAPP, Brandon R., 21, Pfc., Army; Lake Worth, Fla.; First Cavalry Division.

SHEPHERD, Daniel Michael, 23, Sgt., Army; Elyria, Ohio; First Battalion, 16th Infantry.



 

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The Department of Defense has identified 943 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans yesterday:

GOINS, James Michael, 23, Second Lt., Army; Bonner Springs, Kan.; First Cavalry Division.

ZAPATA, Mark Anthony, 27, Specialist, Army; Edinburg, Tex.; First Cavalry Division.

HANNON, Fernando B., 19, Pfc., Marines; Wildomar, Calif.; First Marine Division.

PEREZ, Geoffrey, 24, Pfc., Marines; Los Angeles; First Marine Division.



 

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The Department of Defense has identified 944 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the death of the following American yesterday:

HEATH, David M., 30, Sgt., Army; LaPorte, Ind.; First Armored Division.



 

Perknose

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The Department of Defense has identified 950 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans yesterday:

FITZGERALD, Dustin R., 22, Lance Cpl., Marines; Huber Heights, Ohio; Battalion Landing Team 1/2, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit.

PARKERSON, Harvey E. III, 27, Sgt., Marines; Yuba City, Calif.; Battalion Landing Team 1/4, 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit.

MARTIR, Jacob D., 21, Specialist, Army; Norwich, Conn.; First Cavalry Division.

POWERS, Caleb J., 21, Lance Cpl., Marines; Manfield, Wash.; First Marine Division.

RISNER, Henry C., 26, Pfc., Army; Golden, Colo.; 10th Mountain Division.



 

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Originally posted by: Perknose
The Department of Defense has identified 950 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans yesterday:

FITZGERALD, Dustin R., 22, Lance Cpl., Marines; Huber Heights, Ohio; Battalion Landing Team 1/2, 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit.

PARKERSON, Harvey E. III, 27, Sgt., Marines; Yuba City, Calif.; Battalion Landing Team 1/4, 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit.

MARTIR, Jacob D., 21, Specialist, Army; Norwich, Conn.; First Cavalry Division.

POWERS, Caleb J., 21, Lance Cpl., Marines; Manfield, Wash.; First Marine Division.

RISNER, Henry C., 26, Pfc., Army; Golden, Colo.; 10th Mountain Division.



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The Department of Defense has identified 959 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans yesterday:

ALVAREZ, Nicanor, 22, Cpl., Marines; San Bernardino, Calif.; First Marine Division.

BELCHIK, Christopher, 30, Cpl., Marines; Jersey, Ill.; Second Marine Division.

COOK, Jason, 25, Sgt., Marines; Okanogan, Wash.; First Marine Division.

CUMING, Kevin A., 22, Pfc., Army; White Plains; First Cavalry Division.

HUSTON, Seth, 19, Lance Cpl., Marines; Perryton, Tex. First Marine Division.

MARTIN, Ryan A., 22, Pfc., Army National Guard; Mount Vernon, Ohio; 216th Engineer Battalion.

STOVALL, Matthew R. 25, Second Lt., Army National Guard; Horn Lake, Miss., 298th Corps Support Battalion.

WASHALANTA, Nachez, 21, Pfc., Marines; Bryan, Okla.; First Marine Division.

WILKINS, Charles L. III, 38, First Lt., Army National Guard; Columbus, Ohio; 216th Engineer Battalion.



 

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The Department of Defense has identified 962 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans yesterday:

LORD, Richard M., 24, Sgt., Marines; Jacksonville, Fla.; Second Marine Division.

REEDER, Edward T., 32, Gunnery Sgt., Marines; Camp Verde, Ariz.; First Force Service Support Group, First Marine Expeditionary Force.



 

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The Department of Defense has identified 963 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the death of the following American yesterday:

THORNTON, Robert C. Jr., 35, Staff Sgt., Army; Rainbow City, Ala.; First Cavalry Division.



 

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The Department of Defense has identified 966 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans yesterday:

ARREDONDO, Alexander S., 20, Lance Cpl., Marines; Randolph, Mass., First Marine Expeditionary Force.

DAVIS, Donald N., 42, Staff Sgt., Army Reserves; Saginaw, Mich.; 660th Transportation Company.

LUGO, Jacob R., 21, Lance Cpl., Marines; Flower Mound, Tex.; First Marine Division.



 

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The Department of Defense has identified 976 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans recently:

HUMLHANZ, Barton R. 23, Cpl., Marines; Hellertown, Pa.; 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit.

NEELEY, Charles L. 19, Specialist, Army Reserves; Mattoon, Ill.; 454th Transportation Company.

ROSS, Marco D. 20, Specialist, Army; Memphis; First Cavalry Division.

PEREZ, Luis A., 19, Pfc., Army Reserves; Theresa, N.Y.; 223rd Transportation Company.

RAZANI, Omead H., 19, Specialist, Army; Los Angeles; Second Infantry Division.

ALDRICH, Nickalous N., 21, Lance Cpl., Marines; Austin, Tex.; First Marine Division.

ANDERSON, Carl L. Jr., 21, Airman First Class, Air Force; Georgetown, S.C.; Third Logistics Readiness Squadron.

HOLLEYMAN, Aaron N., 26, Staff Sgt., Army; Glasgow, Mont.; First Battalion, Fifth Special Forces Group.

LOPEZ, Edgar E., 27, Sgt., Marines; Los Angeles; 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Second Expeditionary Force.

SKINNER, Nicholas M., 20, Pfc., Marines; Davenport, Iowa; 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, First Expeditionary Force.




 

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Originally posted by: Perknose
The Department of Defense has identified 976 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans recently:

HUMLHANZ, Barton R. 23, Cpl., Marines; Hellertown, Pa.; 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit.

NEELEY, Charles L. 19, Specialist, Army Reserves; Mattoon, Ill.; 454th Transportation Company.

ROSS, Marco D. 20, Specialist, Army; Memphis; First Cavalry Division.

PEREZ, Luis A., 19, Pfc., Army Reserves; Theresa, N.Y.; 223rd Transportation Company.

RAZANI, Omead H., 19, Specialist, Army; Los Angeles; Second Infantry Division.

ALDRICH, Nickalous N., 21, Lance Cpl., Marines; Austin, Tex.; First Marine Division.

ANDERSON, Carl L. Jr., 21, Airman First Class, Air Force; Georgetown, S.C.; Third Logistics Readiness Squadron.

HOLLEYMAN, Aaron N., 26, Staff Sgt., Army; Glasgow, Mont.; First Battalion, Fifth Special Forces Group.

LOPEZ, Edgar E., 27, Sgt., Marines; Los Angeles; 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Second Expeditionary Force.

SKINNER, Nicholas M., 20, Pfc., Marines; Davenport, Iowa; 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, First Expeditionary Force.






May they all rest in peace


 

Perknose

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The Department of Defense has identified 980 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war. It confirmed the deaths of the following Americans yesterday:

PEREZ, Nicholas, 19, Lance Cpl., Marines; Austin, Tex.; First Marine Division.

ROWE, Alan, 35, Capt., Marines; Hagerman, Idaho; First Marine Division.

WINCHESTER, Ronald, 25, First Lt., Marines; Rockville Centre, N.Y.; First Marine Division.



 

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The FMD is getting hammered badly.

I feel really sorry for these kids and their families. :clock:


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