Memorial To The Military Personnel Killed In The War On Terrorism–Iraq Part Two

DUJAIL, IRAQ - OCTOBER 18: U.S. Army soldiers salute during a memorial service for Sgt. Robert Tucker at a military base October 18, 2005 in Dujail, Iraq. Tucker, 20, from Cookeville, Tennessee, was killed by insurgents when a roadside bomb blew up his armored vehicle on October 13 near Dujail, just two weeks before the end of his 10-month deployment in Iraq. He was assigned to K-Troop, of the 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment, which patrols the area around Dujail. Saddam Hussein is scheduled to go on trial on October 19, for the death of 143 people from Dujail who he allegedly ordered killed in 1985 in revenge for an assassination attempt. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

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Eighteen Years On: The War on Terror Comes of Age

Abstract: The United States has scored impressive successes against al-Qa`ida, the Islamic State, and other jihadi groups, decimating their leadership and limiting attacks on the U.S. homeland. At the same time, the jihadi cause has far more local and regional influence than it did in the years before 9/11; it is better able to inspire individuals in the West to act on its behalf; and groups have proven resilient despite the fierce U.S.-led onslaught against them. The movement as a whole is likely to persist, but the strongest groups will be limited operationally due to U.S. and allied counterterrorism efforts and probably will be caught up with the pressing demands of the civil wars in their countries and regions. The United States, Europe, and other stable regions will face continued but low-level attacks from inspired jihadis or those with some coordination from abroad, but the greatest dangers, and impact, will be felt on U.S. interests in the Muslim world.

Later this year, a U.S. service member is likely to be deployed to Afghanistan who was not yet born on September 11, 2001, when al-Qa`ida terrorists launched the most devastating terrorist attack in history and killed almost 3,000 people, mostly Americans. The years in between have seen wars in Iraq and Syria justified in the name of counterterrorism as well as more limited U.S. interventions against jihadi groups in Libya, Somalia, and other countries. Hundreds of thousands have died in these conflicts—some from terrorism, but most from combat and the associated ravages of war. Yet even as this body count soared, neither al-Qa`ida nor other jihadi groups have proven able to conduct a repeat of 9/11 or even anything close to it.

Judging the threat that jihadi terrorism currently poses to the United States and, more broadly, the success of the U.S.-led struggle against various jihadi groups in the post-9/11 era depends on what interests are prioritized and which perspective one takes. Under three very different administrations, the United States has scored impressive successes against al-Qa`ida, the Islamic State, and other jihadi groups, decimating their leadership and limiting attacks on the U.S. homeland to a fraction of what Americans feared in the aftermath of 9/11. Yet, almost two decades after 9/11, the United States has still not put the nail in the coffin of jihadis. Indeed, although the operational freedom of jihadi groups is constricted by U.S. and allied counterterrorism efforts, the jihadi cause as a whole has far more local and regional influence than it did in the years before 9/11, it is better able to inspire individuals in the West to act on its behalf, and groups have proven resilient despite the fierce U.S.-led onslaught. Americans are wearying of grinding conflicts in Afghanistan, Syria, and other countries and favor, at most, limited efforts in far-flung theaters like Somalia or West Africa where jihadis are active. Efforts to pass the burden onto allies have met little success in most parts of the world, with a few important exceptions like the French counterterrorism campaign in Mali.

Before Americans celebrate or despair, however, it is useful to take stock of the problems facing the main jihadi organizations themselves. The al-Qa`ida core is weak and under siege, the once-triumphant Islamic State caliphate is now a memory, and the movement as a whole is plagued by infighting. Even in areas where jihadis groups are stronger in the post-9/11 era, they have largely failed to become sustained mass movements and otherwise exert influence beyond violence for a prolonged period, in contrast to less radical groups like Hamas and Hezbollah. Nor are they likely to find a theater of jihad as favorable as Syria in the near and medium terms. The jihadis, however, can comfort themselves knowing that their overall sphere of activity has expanded, the enduring weakness of regimes in the Muslim world will give them considerable operational space, and problems with Muslim integration in Europe may present new opportunities.

The movement as a whole is likely to remain persistent, but the strongest regional groups, like Boko Haram and al-Qa`ida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), will probably be caught up with the pressing demands of the civil wars in their countries and regions. The United States, Europe, and other stable regions will face continued but low-level attacks from inspired jihadis or those with some coordination from abroad, but the greatest dangers, and impact, will be felt on U.S. interests in the Muslim world.

This article has five parts. It first gives a brief status report on jihadi attacks in the United States and abroad and describes other factors, such as levels of public fear, that are important components when weighing the terrorism danger. Sections II and III then look at what has gone well for the United States with regard to counterterrorism and what has gone poorly. In Section IV, this article reverses its perspective, asking similar questions for the jihadi movement as a whole. Finally, Section V explores possible future directions of the movement and argues that the jihadi movement will continue to localize and regionalize.

I. Snapshots of the Terrorism Threat
Judging how dangerous the jihadi terrorism threat is depends heavily on which factors are used in its evaluation. At the most basic level, the number of Americans killed on U.S. soil has been low since 9/11, and the pool of jihadis in the United States shallow and composed largely of untrained individuals with few direct connections to jihadi masterminds overseas. At the end of 2018, jihadis had killed 104 Americans since 9/11, an average of six deaths a year. Only one American died in a jihadi attack on U.S. soil in 2018, which occurred when one teen murdered another at a sleepover, hardly a jihadi spectacular. Almost half the deaths (49) occurred in one attack, when Omar Mateen shot up a Florida nightclub while declaring his allegiance to the Islamic State. Mateen was a troubled man who at different times had claimed to be a member of the Lebanese Hezbollah and Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian faction linked to al-Qa`ida, despite the fact that both are violent rivals of the Islamic State. From the jihadi terrorists’ perspective, he was hardly a worthy successor to Mohammad Atta, the steely-eyed 9/11 cell leader.

Using the deaths of Americans from jihadi attacks overseas as a criterion for the overall threat is trickier. Just over 140 Americans died between 2002 and 2016 in such attacks, excluding attacks in war zones—a significant number, but far fewer than died in the 1988 Pan Am 103 bombing over Lockerbie, which claimed 190 Americans among the 270 overall victims. Yet the American death toll soars to almost 7,000 if soldiers killed in war zones in which jihadis are active—Iraq, Afghanistan, and so on—are counted. Many of these soldiers died in attacks by Iraqi nationalists or other actors, such as Shi`a radicals linked to Iran, who killed over 600 Americans fighting in Iraq. In addition, over 2,000 of these losses represent U.S. deaths in Afghanistan, primarily against the Afghan Taliban, which in the post-9/11 era is not directly linked to extra-regional terrorism despite being a deadly foe of the United States in its home country.

Some Americans, however, take a broader view of the death toll. Attacks in Europe in particular are often considered part of the overall balance sheet on the war on terror. U.S. fears of terrorism spiked after the Islamic State killed 130 innocents in a series of attacks in Paris on November 13, 2015. With high-profile bloody attacks in France, Spain, and the United Kingdom as well as many smaller strikes, jihadis have killed far more civilians in Europe than in the United States since 9/11. After a decline at the end of the last decade, attacks again increased when the Islamic State was at its peak from 2014-2016, but they have fallen again in recent years. The years 2018 and (so far) 2019 have seen lower levels of jihadi violence. Yet in Europe, the pre-9/11 picture was bleaker, when left-wing and ethnonationalist terrorism plagued Europe and when state sponsors like Libya wreaked havoc. The number of attacks peaked in 1979 when Europe suffered over 1,000 attacks, but attacks averaged around 10 a week during the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. Much of the violence was in the Basque region of Spain or in Northern Ireland. The average number of attacks fell after 1997.

In addition, jihadi groups are active in bloody civil wars around the Muslim world. Deaths from conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Mali, Nigeria, Somalia, Yemen, and other countries may number over one million. As with the body counts of U.S. soldiers, such numbers are only partially linked to jihadi groups. There are many violent actors involved in addition to jihadis, and governments (some U.S.- or allied-backed) are responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths. Nevertheless, jihadis are contributing to human suffering on a mass scale. Indeed, the United Nations reports they are expanding the scale of their operations in the Sahel and West Africa. State Department Coordinator for Counterterrorism Ambassador Nathan Sales, noting the spread of al-Qa’ida to Africa, even goes so far as to claim that “what we see today is an al-Qaida that is as strong as it has ever been.”

Terrorists, of course, seek to do far more than kill people, and much of their violence is aimed at instilling public fear. And here they are doing better than their body count would suggest. Polling shows that the number of Americans who are “very worried” that they or someone in their family would fall victim to a terrorist attack actually increased from November 2001 to June 2017, going from eight percent to 13 percent while the number who were “somewhat worried” also rose from 27 percent to 29 percent. So, as terrorism analyst Brian Michael Jenkins noted in these pages in 2016, despite the relatively low body count after 9/11, the fear factor is high.

II. What Has Gone Well?
Three mutually reinforcing efforts—denying havens, intelligence cooperation, and homeland defense—have played important roles in limiting the number of attacks on the U.S. homeland, and the first two efforts have also hindered jihadi attacks in other countries. Before 9/11, al-Qa`ida and other jihadi groups exploited the Taliban’s shelter and sanctuary, training perhaps 20,000 volunteers, building a mini army. In addition, jihadis raised money, proselytized, and coordinated operations on a global scale with relatively little interference, including in the United States.

After 9/11, the United States, backing local forces, ousted the Taliban from Afghanistan, killed much of the al-Qa`ida cadre there, and drove the scattered remnants to Pakistan and other countries. Since then, al-Qa`ida, the Islamic State, and other jihadi movements have enjoyed mini havens in Pakistan, Somalia, the Maghreb, Syria, and other countries. In each, however, the United States has worked with local allies, used drone strikes to target operatives, and otherwise tried to limit the scope and scale of the haven. The Islamic State’s caliphate in Iraq and Syria was by far the most impressive jihadi success, but it proved short-lived, ground down by attacks from an array of Iraqi and Syrian forces, often backed by the United States. As a result, jihadi groups are under far more pressure when they operate than in the pre-9/11 era.

Complementing the attack on havens is a global intelligence campaign against the jihadi movement. Foreign intelligence relations are at the heart of U.S. counterterrorism efforts against the Islamic State and al-Qa`ida. After 9/11, U.S. partnerships expanded to over 100 countries, and they played a vital role in capturing and killing suspected terrorists. Paul Pillar, a leading terrorism analyst, points out liaison services can work with their countries’ police forces when they arrest terrorists and recruit sources.

The United States seeks to enhance its allies’ capabilities, not duplicate them. It might help with technical assistance in particular, as many developing world governments fighting jihadis are weak in this area. The United States can also coordinate multiple intelligence services. When “Hambali,” an important al-Qa`ida operative and Jemaah Islamiyya official, was captured in 2003, the operation involved U.S. coordination of operations and information from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand.

Although much homeland defense spending is inefficient or wasted, efforts to track terrorist travel, to pool databases of suspects, and to otherwise tighten borders make it harder for terrorists to penetrate the United States, as they did before 9/11. The FBI has undertaken a far-reaching campaign to identify and disrupt potential terrorists on U.S. soil, resulting in numerous arrests of would-be jihadis—a campaign that continues unabated to this day. Many of these plots would have come to nothing, but at least a few might have reached fruition if not for government intervention.

Social media companies have also made progress in reducing terrorists’ online presence in recent years. When the Islamic State reemerged during the Syrian civil war and then electrified jihadi extremists around the world with its beheading videos, Twitter hashtag hijackings, and other social media successes, it seemed technology was on the terrorists’ side. Although jihadi groups still remain active on the internet, their presence on mainstream platforms like Twitter and Facebook is now far more risky. Internet companies are taking down their content, and governments are monitoring their accounts to identify followers and disrupt them. Indeed, would-be terrorists in the United States who are active on social media are more likely to be caught, not less.

These combined efforts show up in the post-9/11 successes the United States has had against foreign fighters. Although foreign fighters are rightly billed as force multipliers for jihadi groups and were responsible for some of the deadliest jihadi attacks on the West, zero foreign fighters have perpetrated attacks on U.S. soil since 9/11. Part of this success is because the United States is now able to target and disrupt them at multiple stages: arresting them before they travel, detaining them when they go back and forth, killing them in a war zone, or arresting them on return. When they post information to recruit and travel on social media, they are more likely to be discovered. Although the United States has proven especially effective at stopping foreign fighters, Europe’s track record has also improved, especially in the aftermath of foreign fighter-linked attacks in Paris in 2015 and Brussels in 2016.

III. What Has Gone Poorly?
Yet the optimistic view, which this author usually shares, has several weaknesses and limits, and when judging the overall threat, much depends on which factors are considered.

Perhaps the most obvious limit is that the jihadi groups remain active despite 18 years of direct clashes with the United States, and they have spread their influence throughout the Muslim world. The list of countries in the Middle East with civil wars that feature jihadi groups now includes Algeria, Iraq, Libya, Syria, and Yemen, with Egypt also suffering significant unrest. Most of the wars grew out of the 2011 “Arab Spring” and regimes’ responses to it, and there are many complex reasons for their breakout and persistence unrelated to jihadism. However, jihadis groups exploited this chaos, increasing their influence and the scale of their operations.

How dangerous the threat jihadi groups pose to U.S. interests depends heavily on how much the stability of the affected countries matters to the United States—a contested question. Libya, Mali, Somalia, and Yemen have never been important U.S. interests in and of themselves. Even countries that matter far more due to oil reserves or other strategic factors, like Algeria, Nigeria, and Pakistan, usually face violence contained to their periphery that is horrific for those affected but has not impacted oil flows or otherwise jeopardized traditional U.S. interests, narrowly defined. Spillover remains a constant risk, and indeed violence in Algeria, Libya, and Mali has spread to almost all of West Africa, but key regional countries like Saudi Arabia and Turkey do not seem at risk of civil war.

Although the risk to traditional interests has proven limited, the increasingly global presence of jihadi groups has led the United States to become enmeshed in a series of low-level but grinding, and seemingly endless, civil wars in the greater Muslim world. The United States has forces in 80 countries involved in the fight against terrorism. This has both a human and economic cost, but it is sustainable militarily, as it represents only a fraction of total U.S. forces, and the number of casualties is lower than when the United States had large numbers of troops deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. However, political support in the United States for military operations is far weaker. The surge of enthusiasm for aggressive counterterrorism after 9/11 steadily fell as the Iraq War became more deadly and costly. The leaders of both political parties are now skeptical of high levels of U.S. intervention abroad, suggesting the United States is becoming even less willing to do the slow, hard work of stabilizing weak countries and improving governance around the world. In a poll from 2018, over half of Americans believed that it was time to draw down or completely withdraw troops from Afghanistan, and in January 2019, the public was split on a similar question regarding the U.S. troop presence in Syria.

Nor has the United States always been able to hand off counterterrorism responsibilities to local forces. Ideally, local forces would provide security to residents, administer justice, and uproot the jihadi infrastructure, backed by U.S. intelligence and standoff firepower. In reality, many U.S. train and equip programs have failed to move the needle, at times disastrously. When a small detachment of 1,500 Islamic State forces approached Mosul in June 2014, the approximately 30,000 Iraqi troops stationed there panicked and fled. The United States had lavished over $25 billion dollars on Iraqi forces with little payoff. In Syria, one program that cost $500 million and was intended to train 15,000 rebels there produced only a handful of actual fighters. The United States has been able to work with the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces, which proved highly effective in fighting the Islamic State. However, they represent one faction within a small Syrian minority group, and they are not politically acceptable to Turkey and to some local communities in Syria.

Many U.S. allies are less than ideal partners. Bad governance, social divisions, and economic problems plague many U.S. counterterrorism partners and make insurgency more likely. Partner regime policies often perpetuate or exacerbate these problems. Many communities see the national army as dominated by one communal group, and when pressure grows, integrated units often defect or desert. Scholar Mara Karlin has found that U.S. efforts to build a stronger national army in Lebanon were hindered by deep divisions among the country’s communities. In the Arab world, only Tunisia has true democratic legitimacy, and weak legitimacy is a common problem for many countries in Africa where the Islamic State is active. In response to these many problems, rulers often politicize their militaries.

Corruption is also common. In 2016, the Iraqi army had tens of thousands of “ghost soldiers”—troops who existed only on paper—which enabled their superiors to collect their salaries. In many cases, reducing corruption and increasing legitimacy require a dramatic change in who governs a country and how they do so. Not surprisingly, local powers try to resist pressure or co-opt it, and U.S. administrations have proven unable or unwilling to put sustained pressure on recalcitrant partners. Jihadi groups exploit these problems and try to portray themselves as able to deliver law and order more effectively and even to provide better social services than the government.

The United States is not well-positioned to resolve these deep governance problems. The budgets of the State Department, USAID, and associated programs are increasingly a rounding error when compared with the overall defense budget. Putting its budget questions aside, the State Department is not bureaucratically committed to the governance mission and instead focuses on elite diplomacy.

The counterterrorism mission has also led to significant opportunity costs. The United States and its key allies have devoted considerable time and resources to this challenge. In so doing, other problems, like a more bellicose Russia and the rise of China, received less attention.

IV. The Jihadis’ Perspective
Imagining how the world looks through the eyes of Ayman al-Zawahiri or Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi sheds additional light on what is going well and what is going poorly for U.S. counterterrorism.

Jihadis leaders could take comfort from much of what gives the United States pause: the spread of their ideas and movements around the Muslim world, the lack of legitimacy of many of their local enemies, and the growing fatigue of the U.S. public and leaders who rail against forever wars. After the Arab Spring began in 2011, al-Zawahiri recognized that the fall of traditional jihadis enemies like the Saleh regime in Yemen or the Qaddafi regime in Libya offered opportunities for jihadis.

Indeed, the jihadis’ defiance in the face of the U.S.-led worldwide campaign is impressive. In his September 2018 message “How to Confront America,” al-Zawahiri calls for “hitting hard at America, bleeding it to death economically and militarily, until it departs from our lands defeated – with the permission of Allah – just as it had departed from Vietnam, Aden, Iraq and Somalia.” In a rare video in 2019, al-Baghdadi praised “brothers in Sri Lanka” for the Easter attacks there, which proved the Islamic State’s vitality after the loss of its caliphate, although it appears that the attack was not centrally directed by the Islamic State. Both groups have proven, repeatedly, that they can suffer considerable losses but still survive and return. They would probably expand their international terrorist efforts if pressure let up.

Jihadis can also take comfort that their ideas are far more widespread and supported than ever before. When 9/11 occurred, the idea of taking on the “far enemy” of the United States was shared by only a minority of jihadis, most of whom focused on their local regime. By 2017, however, polls suggest that significant minorities in Nigeria, Turkey, and other countries had a positive view of groups like the Islamic State. Before 9/11, some jihadis even embraced the idea of a “covenant of security” for Europe—because European countries had opened their doors and protected them from oppression in the Muslim world, then jihadis who accepted a visa had an obligation to be peaceful in exchange for this sanctuary. The participation of some European states in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, however, angered the jihadis and proved, in their eyes, that Europe had broken the covenant of security. Al-Qa`ida in particular began to turn the networks developed to export foreign fighters from Europe to fight in wars in the Muslim world into operational nodes to attack Europe.

Europe’s failure to integrate its Muslim citizens made all this worse. Alienation between Muslims and non-Muslims is considerable in most countries, and there is little trust of the police and security services. As politics grow more contentious, some European states have adopted anti-Muslim measures, ranging from the French veil ban to Swiss efforts to ban the building of minarets on mosques to efforts to cut or end support for Muslim refugees. Right-wing violence, which often explicitly targets Muslims, also increases tension.

Jihadi operational doctrine reflects the worldwide influence of their ideology as well as the weakness of the various groups’ leaderships, moving more toward so-called “Lone Wolf” or bottom-up inspired attacks or at least ones that require less direct coordination. As the caliphate crumbled, al-Baghdadi called for attacks in the West, noting that one of them equaled 1,000 strikes in the Middle East. Although foreign fighters have been effectively disrupted, the United States and especially Europe have suffered through a plague of attacks inspired by the Islamic State or with limited direction from the group.

Yet despite these wins, the loss side of the ledger is staggering. The defeat of the caliphate in Iraq and Syria is more than just the loss of an operational home for the world’s dominant jihadi group. Rather, the Islamic State had staked much of its prestige and mission on the continuation and expansion of the caliphate, and its brief success was a potent recruiting pitch. Its destruction, no matter how hard the group tries to rationalize this, is a devastating blow. This loss makes it more difficult for the Islamic State to attract new recruits. In addition, it has focused much of its energy on surviving and reviving rather than enduring and expanding. All this has made it harder for it to direct devastating attacks as it did in Paris in 2015.

Nor are the jihadis likely to find a theater of jihad as favorable as Syria in the near and medium term. The Syrian cause proved highly compelling, far more so than Somalia, Mali, and other conflicts that have arisen in the post-9/11 era. The United States also tried to avoid any intervention in Syria for several years and refused to work with the genocidal Syrian government, giving the Islamic State an unusual amount of space to grow and expand. In other theaters, direct and indirect U.S. military intervention limits the jihadis.

Indeed, the shift to emphasizing bottom-up inspired attacks by untrained individuals can be seen as a sign of weakness. When the Islamic State’s ‘caliphate’ was strong, the group urged volunteers to emigrate and fight to defend it. When al-Qa`ida was strong, it sought to train and direct recruits. As both groups weakened and their command and control came under siege, bottom-up attacks enabled them to stay active and strike their enemies, but if they had more freedom of action, they would probably prefer to train and direct volunteers to carry out terrorist attacks or work directly for the group as fighters or logisticians, among other roles.

The jihadi movement is divided over targeting, tactics, and ideology, and these divisions are deeper than they were on 9/11. Disagreements also extend to whether there should be a caliphate now and even whether to impose ‘Islamic’ law on areas they control or simply preach there and provide services to win over locals. More broadly, there are divisions over the killing of innocents. Bin Ladin himself warned fellow jihadis that many jihadi groups have lost popular support when they killed innocents, especially innocent Muslims, in their operations. When the Islamic State captured and murdered Western aid workers in Syria, for example, al-Qa`ida’s Jabhat al-Nusra decried this as “wrong under Islamic law” and “counter-productive.”

Even though jihadis’ ideas are more popular than in the past, they are far from becoming a mass movement. This stands in contrast to groups like Hamas and Lebanese Hezbollah, which have entered politics and directly or indirectly govern territory. Such groups exert tremendous influence on their societies, while jihadi organizations remain on the fringe because they have been neither able to compromise and enter politics nor hold territory for long periods of time.

V. Future Directions
Al-Zawahiri still pushes the message that “behind all the conflicts involving Muslims one finds either the direct hand of the secular crusader West in the leadership of America, or its silent approval, connivance, collusion, or intrigues.” Yet, in practice, most groups do not seem to share his perspective, and indeed one of the most striking features of the broader jihadi movement in the last decade is its localization. The movement as a whole, including al-Qa`ida, always had local and global ambitions, and this continues to this day, while the Islamic State still encourages attacks on the West, including in the United States. The Al-Qa`ida core, however, has not conducted a major attack on the West in over a decade, and in 2015, it reportedly instructed its Syrian affiliate to focus on Syria, not international terrorism. The bulk of the core Islamic State organization is focused on reviving its power in Iraq and Syria. The other most active groups such as AQAP, Boko Haram, al-Shabaab, and the Taliban, among others, all focus first and foremost on civil wars in their country and their region. This consumes the vast majority of their resources and the attention of their senior leadership. It also enables them to exploit local grievances for recruitment. In many of these countries, the groups control at least some territory, and they can fulfill their ideology by proselytizing and enforcing ‘Islamic’ law.

Part of the localization trend is simply opportunity combined with the greater difficulties in attacking the West due to more effective U.S. counterterrorism. Many governments in the Middle East are far weaker than they were 18 years ago; opportunities also abound in the Sahel, East and West Africa, and other parts of the world. For some groups, like the Taliban, U.S. forces are in their country, enabling them to strike the United States and local enemies simultaneously.

The fate and aspirations of the perhaps 30,000 or so surviving foreign fighters who fought for the Islamic State are also important factors that will determine the shape of the jihadi movement in future years. Scholar Petter Nesser finds that foreign fighters played an important role in many terrorist plots in Europe and veterans from previous conflicts served as recruiters and facilitators for subsequent waves of jihad. Governments, however, are far more focused on this danger than they were in the pre-9/11 era, and thus the counterterrorism response is more effective. The United States has not suffered an attack from foreign fighters since 9/11, and homegrown violent extremists have eclipsed foreign fighters in Europe as well in recent years, though the large number of European foreign fighters and the uneven quality of security services remain a concern. In addition, many European states give convicted foreign fighters only short stays in prison, which enables them to radicalize others yet be released quickly. Returning foreign fighters are likely to be a particular problem in Muslim countries with weak security services, seeding future terrorist groups and exacerbating civil wars.

Potential U.S. troop withdrawals or further drawdowns in places like Afghanistan and Syria hinder efforts to target potential jihadi safe havens. Already, a U.S. government report found that the reduction of U.S. forces in Syria helped the Islamic State mount a limited comeback there. However, the United States still maintains a regional basing network and works with local partners, giving it direct and indirect means to pressure safe havens around the world. Moreover, in contrast to the pre-9/11 era, the United States is far more likely to act kinetically to disrupt any perceived threat. So a U.S. withdrawal from Syria or Afghanistan does not mean the United States has no ability to target jihadis there, though it would be more difficult.

The United States must take a hard look at its interests when designing its counterterrorism strategy. The further destabilization of Yemen or West Africa, or terrorist attacks in parts of the world like Sri Lanka, is dangerous for those countries, but the impact on U.S. security is questionable and a massive U.S. commitment to these countries is not necessary. The U.S. mix of intelligence cooperation, putting pressure on havens, and better homeland security has kept America itself mostly safe and also helped limit the threat to Europe and other key areas. Jihadi terrorism, of course, will not go away, but the impact will mostly be felt in parts of the world where U.S. interests are limited.

To honor two generations of service members, prevent the next GWOT ribbon

The Global War on Terror (GWOT) ribbon is a small red, yellow, white, and blue badge. Service members fasten it to neatly pressed “dress uniforms,” where it can easily blend with a myriad of other ribbons.

Shortly after commissioning into the Air Force in 2015, I received my GWOT ribbon—the same ribbon my brother John received after commissioning into the US Army in 2007. One year later, John deployed to Camp Victory, Iraq. Ten years later, in 2018, I also deployed to Iraq, Kuwait, and Syria, followed by a second deployment to Afghanistan. At the time, the fact that my brother and I—separated nine years by age—were both deployed to Iraq—was simply a reality of military service. Today, however, it is staggering to see photos of us, a decade apart, fighting the same war on terror that well over two million service members have.

Two ‘1st Lieutenant Donnals’ in Iraq: John and Caroline deployed to Baghdad, in 2008 and 2018 respectively.

Our story is not unique. We are one of the hundreds—likely thousands—of families whose parents, children, spouses, and siblings have all trekked in and out of the Middle East over the past two decades.

The GWOT ribbon alone symbolizes this generation of soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines who deployed to the Middle East. It is symbolic of a time when the very idea of “supporting our troops”—or even patriotism itself—evoked the image of a service member on patrol in a remote province in Afghanistan or Iraq. Yet, it also embodies a time when over seven thousand Americans lost their lives fighting wars whose objectives were unclear or against ideologies that an Army-issued M4 rifle could never defeat. This ribbon spans four American presidencies and reflects a war that shaped the training, careers, mentalities, and psyches of America’s armed services.

Today, executive and legislative actions signal a shift: America’s military footprint in the Middle East is shrinking and thousands of troops are coming home.

As we approach the twentieth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks and America’s war on terror, it is a poignant time to ask, is America really coming home? If so, how can US policymakers honor the service of millions during GWOT and preserve the memory of 9/11 victims? And, perhaps most important, how can they ensure there is no GWOT ribbon 2.0, symbolizing another endless, multi-generational war?

Campaign trail promises versus Oval Office realities

Both Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump made impassioned promises to bring America’s troops home. On the campaign trail in 2007, President Obama proposed a phased withdrawal from Iraq, with forces home by March 2008, and promised to end the war in Afghanistan. In Iraq, troops did not leave until 2011, only to redeploy in 2014 to fight the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham. In Afghanistan, Obama surged troops from slightly more than thirty thousand when he entered office to over one hundred thousand in 2011. While Obama declared an “official end” to GWOT in 2013, this was largely symbolic—I received my GWOT ribbon in 2015, two years after Obama’s announcement. Similarly, Trump’s mercurial calls to end America’s involvement in “endless wars” proved just as susceptible to the realpolitik quicksand of US-Middle East dynamics. By the end of his presidency, Trump was Commander in Chief of about ten thousand ground forces in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria combined. It was a number only slightly lower than when Obama left office, and one that spiked to almost 26,000 in 2017 during operations in those very countries.

In March, President Joe Biden signaled a shift. In his Interim National Security Strategic guidance, he stated: “In the Middle East, we will right-size our military presence to the level required to…protect vital US interests.” In April, he announced the full withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. Then, in June, media outlets reported Pentagon plans to withdraw US weapons systems from countries including Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Jordan, and to reduce the number of fighter jet squadrons assigned to the Middle East area of operations.

In late July, President Biden stated that the US combat mission in Iraq would conclude by the year’s end. In the legislature, the House of Representatives voted in June to repeal the 2002 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF)—also known as the “Iraq War Bill.” The bill now moves to the Senate amid growing calls in Washington to also repeal the 2001 AUMF, a separate bill passed shortly after September 11, authorizing the president to use force against 9/11 perpetrators to prevent future terrorist attacks against the US.

For a military whose recent history is largely defined by Middle East conflict, these changes are palpable. Institutionally, they require changes to training, doctrine, and resource allocation. Culturally, they are a sea change for millions of service members whose uniforms were dubbed “Desert Cammies” for their association with Middle East deployments, and whose military memorabilia represent deployments, combat victories, and fallen friends in the region. The recent fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban and the reactions of grief, anger, and sorrow from US veterans, demonstrate just how intensely these changes are impacting those whose service records are defined by GWOT operations.

Remembering 9/11 by committing to better foreign policies

There are many ways to quantify the past two decades of American military action in the Middle East: dollars spent, lives lost, terrorists killed, territory cleared, or number of service members wearing the GWOT ribbon. Nevertheless, statistics alone don’t consider the lasting impact of war on everyday service members who grew up in the GWOT, lost a friend to it, or whose career is forever shaped by it. To honor them and those who died on 9/11, America should be humble about its shortcomings, let its failures and successes be didactic, and commit to crafting deliberate policies that give unprecedented thought to reducing the long-term likelihood of future protracted overseas engagements, thereby ensuring that there is no “GWOT ribbon 2.0.”

GWOT ribbon second full row, far right (Courtesy of Caroline Donnal)

During strategic planning for overseas engagements, both military and civilian planners should be intentional in defining realistic, achievable political outcomes. Strategies change as operational realities develop and each shift in operations or policy should be guided by the initially agreed-upon end states. Military commanders and administration officials would find that the alignment between policy and implementation is most concrete when they are in lockstep about what these end states are—i.e. nation-building versus counterterrorism—and military leaders owe policymakers clear, transparent communication on the status of operations, even if it is negative.

In turn, administration officials must work to ensure alignment between stated priorities and resource allocation, specifically as the US shifts from counterterrorism to great power competition. During future military operations, relevant and adequate representation in decision-making from executive agencies—including the US Department of State, USAID, Defense Security Cooperation Agency, and members of the intelligence community—will be critical, especially as the Biden administration looks to reposition diplomacy at the center of America’s foreign policy. When the Pentagon employs partner forces, a lesson learned is to not overpromise security guarantees, as was the case with the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces. These promises create complicated post-conflict realities where military operations become intractable from political resolutions and military commanders can struggle to understand when their mission is complete.

This type of deliberate planning and policy will require humility. Policymakers will have to state upfront what America can and cannot commit to and be comfortable conducting more scoped, limited military operations while turning more responsibility back to the State Department before, during, and after military operations (assuming State is tooled and resourced in a parallel effort to manage this responsibility).

Although much of this is “grand strategy 101,” it bears repeating. On September 11, many US leaders, policymakers, and officials with the power to make change will appropriately wonder how to best honor the 2,977 people who died on 9/11 and those who served to protect the homeland since. Committing to better, more deliberate policies that prevent another twenty years of tying yellow ribbons on trees, filling a new section of Arlington cemetery, or awarding another, almost two-decade-long ribbon to US service members is the best, most lasting way to honor their service and memory.

Twenty years from now, if America’s leaders can reflect and affirm that our nation’s policies are more targeted, that there is no military ribbon representing an endless war, and that the policy failures resulting from 9/11 became lessons for the next generation of leaders, America will have respectfully honored the victims of September 11, and those who served in the wars that followed. 

Resources

ctc.usma.edu, “Eighteen Years On: The War on Terror Comes of Age,” By Daniel Byman; atlanticcouncil.org, “To honor two generations of service members, prevent the next GWOT ribbon,” By Caroline Donnal;

Addendum

DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
2/26/2006Schornak, Christopher J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (central part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireAlabamaHoover
2/26/2006Pearce, Joshua M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaGuymon
2/27/2006Lewis, Dwayne Peter R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (west of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew YorkNew York
2/28/2006Ellis, LeePrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army23IraqMaysanAl AmarahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownWythenshawe, Manchester
2/28/2006Holmes, RichardCaptainUnited KingdomBritish Army28IraqMaysanAl AmarahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownWinchester, Hampshire
3/1/2006Priest, Tina M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Non-hostile – weapon discharge (suicide)TexasAustin
3/1/2006Merchant, Christopher S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard32IraqAnbarRamadi (3 mi. Northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – RPG attackVermontHardwick
3/1/2006Youmans, Joshua V.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard26United StatesAnbarBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganFlushing
3/3/2006Snyder, Matthew A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarNot reported yetNon-hostile – vehicle accidentMarylandFinksburg
3/5/2006Jessen, Kevin P.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasParagould
3/6/2006Zanutto, Adam O.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine26United StatesAnbarBethesda Naval Hosp., MDHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaCaliente
3/7/2006Salas Jr., RickyPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaTall Afar (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew MexicoRoswell
3/7/2006Martone, Justin R.Gunnery SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine31IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaBedford
3/8/2006Fry, John D.Gunnery SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarHabbaniyah (west of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasLorena
3/10/2006Long, BunnyLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarFallujah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombCaliforniaModesto
3/11/2006Duerksen, Amy A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Non-hostile – weapon dischargeTexasTemple
3/12/2006Marino (Figueroa), Kristen K.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireHawaiiHonolulu
3/13/2006Lewis, Bryan A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdad (North of Rustamiyah Dist.)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaBunkie
3/13/2006Dan, Corey A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDMaineNorway
3/13/2006Silva, Marco A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDFloridaAlva
3/15/2006Zawaydeh, Angelo A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – mortar attackCaliforniaSan Bruno
3/16/2006Soko, SekuriCorporalFijiRepublic of Fiji Military44IraqNANANon-hostile – illness – heart attackUnknownNukuni Village
3/16/2006Yates III, NyleCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinSamarra (Bayji?)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganLake Odessa
3/16/2006Gonzalez, Carlos M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinFOB Speicher (near Tikrit)Hostile – hostile fire – mortar attackNew YorkMiddletown
3/16/2006Pinson, Amanda N.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinFOB Speicher (near Tikrit)Hostile – hostile fire – mortar attackMissouriSt. Louis
3/18/2006Brehm, Dale G.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaTurlock
3/18/2006Barraza, RicardoStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaShafter
3/21/2006McKinzie, Antoine J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaIndianapolis
3/23/2006Nielsen, JesperPrivateDenmarkDanish Army20IraqBasraBasra (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownJutland
3/23/2006Beery, Brock A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard30IraqAnbarHabbaniyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeWhite House
3/23/2006McCaulley, Randy D.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard44IraqAnbarHabbaniyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaIndiana
3/25/2006Dobre, LiliCorporalRomaniaRomanian Army28KuwaitNAKuwait City (hospital)Non-hostile – suicideUnknownNaruja
3/25/2006Carlson, Frederick A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard25IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumNon-hostile – illness – heart attackPennsylvaniaBethlehem
3/28/2006Hernandez, RobertStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve47IraqAnbarAl Taqaddum (military hospital)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandSilver Spring
3/28/2006Tharp, Sean D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireFloridaOrlando
3/28/2006Rowe, Michael D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarAr Rutbah (near Jordan border)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaNew Port Richey
3/30/2006Moss Jr., Walter M.Technical SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force37IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHouston
3/30/2006Duenas, Joseph J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Non-hostile – fall from helicopterArizonaMesa
3/31/2006Beisel, Jacob WalterLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile firePennsylvaniaLackawaxen
4/1/2006Clay, Darrell P.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdad (central part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaFayetteville
4/1/2006Devora Garcia, IsraelSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (central part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasClint
4/1/2006Moshier, Timothy J.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBabilYusufiyah (West of) (South of Baghdad)Hostile – helicopter crashNew YorkDelmar/Albany
4/1/2006Hartwick, Michael L.Chief Warrant Officer (CW3)United StatesU.S. Army37IraqBabilYusufiyah (West of) (South of Baghdad)Hostile – helicopter crashMissouriOrrick
4/2/2006Procopio, Scott J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsSaugus
4/2/2006Kim, Kun Y.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaAtlanta
4/2/2006McIntosh, Eric A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine29IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaTrafford
4/2/2006Padilla Aleman, GeovaniHospitalmanUnited StatesU.S. Navy20IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSouth Gate
4/2/2006St. Germain, Brian R.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl Asad (near)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentRhode IslandWest Warwick
4/2/2006Gallagher, Patrick J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqAnbarAl Asad (near)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentFloridaJacksonville
4/2/2006Bass, David A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl Asad (near)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentTennesseeNashville
4/2/2006Sandoval-Flores, Felipe D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl Asad (near)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentCaliforniaLos Angeles
4/2/2006Twitchell, Abraham G.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarAl Asad (near)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentWashingtonYelm
4/2/2006Aguilar Jr., AndresCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Asad (near)Non-hostile – vehicle accident (drowning)TexasVictoria
4/2/2006Palmisano, Eric A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqAnbarAl Asad (near)Non-hostile – vehicle accident (drowning)WisconsinFlorence
4/2/2006Nettles, Marcques J.Petty Officer 3rd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy22IraqAnbarAl Asad (near)Non-hostile – vehicle accident (drowning)OregonBeaverton
4/2/2006Ehle, Jeremy W.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireVirginiaRichmond
4/4/2006Johnson, Ty J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaElk Grove
4/6/2006Harris, Dustin J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMaineBangor
4/6/2006Sesker, Daniel L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard22IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIowaOgden
4/6/2006Edwards, Chase A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireLouisianaLake Charles
4/6/2006Taylor, Bryan N.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl Qaim (near) (near Syrian border)Hostile – hostile fireOhioMilford
4/7/2006Waller, Richard P.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarKhan DariHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasFort Worth
4/8/2006Missildine, Jody W.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqNinewaTall AfarHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaPlant City
4/8/2006Creighton, Shawn R.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaWindsor
4/8/2006NavarroArellano, JuanaLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaCeres
4/8/2006Martini, Philip JohnLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarAl Karmah (near Fallujah)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIllinoisLansing
4/9/2006Rogers, Gregory S.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army42IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioCincinnati
4/9/2006Collins, David S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaJasper
4/9/2006Love-Fowler, Joseph I.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinBalad (military hospital)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlaskaNorth Pole
4/10/2006Lamberson, Randall L.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqSalah ad DinBalad (military hospital)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriSpringfield
4/10/2006Gardner, James W. “Will”SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaTall AfarNon-hostile – unspecified causeKentuckyGlasgow
4/11/2006Blanco, Joseph A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDCaliforniaBloomington
4/11/2006Costello III, James F.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDMissouriSt. Louis
4/11/2006Roehl Jr., George R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDNew HampshireManchester
4/11/2006Hess, Kenneth D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberNorth CarolinaAsheville
4/12/2006Bandhold, Scott M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBabilAl Mussayib (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkNorth Merrick
4/12/2006Calderon-Ascencio, Roland E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilAl Mussayib (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaMiami
4/12/2006Glimpse, Marcus S.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarBaghdad (west of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaHuntington Beach
4/13/2006Waits, Andrew K.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganWaterford
4/13/2006Bachar, SalemCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl KarmahHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaChula Vista
4/13/2006Perez, Stephen JosephLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarCamp Taqaddum (military hospital)Hostile – hostile fireTexasSan Antonio
4/14/2006Settle, Darin T.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostile – vehicle accidentMissouriHenley
4/15/2006Palmer, RichardLieutenantUnited KingdomBritish Army27IraqBasraAd Dayr (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownWare, Hertfordshire
4/15/2006Cothran, Derrick J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaAvondale
4/15/2006Mayorga, Pablo V.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine33IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaMargate
4/15/2006Winslow, Ryan G.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaJefferson
4/15/2006Sims, Justin D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackKentuckyCovington
4/15/2006Melcher, Mark W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard34IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaPittsburgh
4/16/2006Cubert, Clinton W.Master SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard38United StatesSalah ad DinLexington, KYHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyLawrenceburg
4/18/2006Weikel, Ian P.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqSalah ad DinBalad (military hospital)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoColorado Springs
4/19/2006Settle, Robert J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyOwensboro
4/19/2006Tinnell, Patrick A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinAs SiniyahHostile – hostile fire – car bombArizonaLake Havasu City
4/20/2006Ramseyer, Jason C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaLenoir
4/21/2006Kovco, Jake BrucePrivateAustraliaAustralian Defense Force25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Green Zone)Non-hostile – weapon discharge (accid.)UnknownBriagolong, Victoria
4/22/2006Colnot, Kyle A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaArcadia
4/22/2006King, Eric D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonVancouver
4/22/2006Allcott, Jacob H.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoCaldwell
4/22/2006Bouthot, Michael E.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsFall River
4/22/2006Zimmerman, Travis C.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaNew Berlinville
4/22/2006Lueken, Eric R.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarBaghdadiHostile – hostile fireIndianaDubois
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
4/23/2006Daniel, Jason B.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasCrowley
4/23/2006Lasswell Jr., Shawn ThomasCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaReno
4/23/2006Ehney, Robert W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyLexington
4/24/2006Simons, Aaron WilliamLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl Qaim (FOB near Syrian border)Hostile – hostile fire – rocket attackCaliforniaModesto
4/24/2006Bandonill, Metodio A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackHawaiiHonolulu
4/25/2006Herrema, Richard J.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganHudsonville
4/25/2006Henry, Raymond L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaAnaheim
4/26/2006Ford, Michael L.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsNew Bedford
4/27/2006Ciardelli, NicolaCapitanoItalyItalian Army33IraqDhi QarAn Nasiriyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownPisa
4/27/2006Lattanzio, FrancoMaresciallo CapoItalyItalian Carabinieri38IraqDhi QarAn Nasiriyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownUnknown
4/27/2006De Trizio, CarloMaresciallo CapoItalyItalian Carabinieri37IraqDhi QarAn Nasiriyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownUnknown
4/27/2006Hancu, Bogdan2nd LieutenantRomaniaRomanian Army28IraqDhi QarAn Nasiriyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownIasi
4/27/2006Mendez, Bobby1st SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkBrooklyn
4/27/2006Webber, Matthew A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard23United StatesAnbarBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganKalamazoo
4/27/2006Wall, Mark A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostile – illness – heart attackIowaAlden
4/28/2006Gomez, JoseSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkCorona
4/28/2006Davis III, Edward G.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine31IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisWaukegan/Antioch
4/28/2006Mills, Lea R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaBrooksville
4/28/2006Hardy, Brandon M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile firePennsylvaniaCochranville
4/28/2006Herlem, Bryant A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasCopperas Cove
4/29/2006Sakoda, Steve M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackHawaiiHilo
5/1/2006Light, Robbie GlenCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilBaghdad (40 mi. S of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeKingsport
5/1/2006Moscillo, Robert L.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarFallujah (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew HampshireSalem
5/3/2006Eckhardt, Christopher M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Non-hostile – unspecified causeArizonaPhoenix
5/3/2006Letendre, Brian S.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve27IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireVirginiaWoodbridge
5/3/2006Proctor, Joseph E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard38IraqAnbarRamadi (Tammin Distr.)Hostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombIndianaIndianapolis
5/3/2006Zieske, Benjamin T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaConcord
5/4/2006Reinke, Gavin B.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBabilBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoPueblo
5/4/2006Quinton, Bryan L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBabilBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaSand Springs
5/4/2006Bixler, Stephen R.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireConnecticutSuffield
5/4/2006Parker, Elisha R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireNew YorkTaberg/Camden
5/5/2006Vacho, Nathan J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve29IraqBabilBabil ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinJanesville
5/5/2006Saenz, Carlos N.1st SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve46IraqBabilBabil ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaLas Vegas
5/5/2006Torres, TeodoroSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve29IraqBabilBabil ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaLas Vegas
5/5/2006Gaylord, Alva L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard25IraqBabilQasr Ar RiyyHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriCarrollton
5/6/2006Coxen, JohnWing CommanderUnited KingdomBritish Royal Air Force47IraqBasraBasraHostile – helicopter crashUnknownLiverpool
5/6/2006Chapman, DarrenLieutenant CommanderUnited KingdomBritish Royal Navy40IraqBasraBasraHostile – helicopter crashUnknownTutbury
5/6/2006Dobson, David IanCaptainUnited KingdomBritish Army Air Corps27IraqBasraBasraHostile – helicopter crashUnknownNot reported yet
5/6/2006Mulvihill, Sarah-JayneFlight LieutenantUnited KingdomBritish Royal Air Force32IraqBasraBasraHostile – helicopter crashUnknownCanterbury
5/6/2006Collins, Paul MGunnerUnited KingdomBritish Royal Marines21IraqBasraBasraHostile – helicopter crashUnknownNot reported yet
5/6/2006Kelly Jr., Dale JamesStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard48IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMaineRichmond
5/6/2006Veverka, David MichaelStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard25IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaJamestown
5/6/2006Fenton, Matthew J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine24United StatesAnbarNational Naval Medical Center, BethesdaHostile – hostile fireNew JerseyLittle Ferry
5/6/2006Deraps, LeonLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriSt. Louis
5/6/2006Palmer, Cory L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21United StatesAnbarBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – explosionDelawareSeaford
5/7/2006Frassanito, EnricoMaresciallo Aiutante s.UPSItalyItalian Carabinieri41ItalyNAVerona Civilian Hospital, ItalyHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownPadua
5/7/2006Legaspi, Emmanuel L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqNinewaTall Afar (near)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNevadaLas Vegas
5/8/2006Wagner, Gregory A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard35IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackSouth DakotaMitchell
5/9/2006Latimer, Aaron P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostileTexasEnnis
5/10/2006Carbonaro, AlessandroSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28GermanyAnbarLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fireMarylandBethesda
5/11/2006Clark, Eric D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinPleasant Prairie
5/11/2006Snowberger III, Stephen P.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army18IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaLopez
5/11/2006Burkart, Armer N.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandRockville
5/11/2006Burnett, Jason K.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl KarmahNon-hostile – vehicle accidentFloridaSt. Cloud
5/11/2006GramesSanchez, David J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl KarmahNon-hostile – vehicle accidentIndianaFort Wayne
5/11/2006Licalzi, Michael L.2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarAl KarmahNon-hostile – vehicle accidentNew YorkGarden City
5/11/2006Vahaviolos, SteveCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl KarmahNon-hostile – vehicle accidentNew YorkAirmont
5/12/2006Conboy, Adam C.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostilePennsylvaniaPhiladelphia
5/12/2006Teeters, Brandon L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21GermanyBaghdadLudwigshafenHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaLafayette
5/13/2006Lewaicei, JosevaPrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army25IraqBasraBasra (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownLautoka
5/13/2006Morris, AdamPrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army19IraqBasraBasra (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownCoalville, Leicester
5/13/2006James, Richard Z.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireDelawareSeaford
5/13/2006Gebur, RonSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisDelavan
5/14/2006Engeman, John W.Chief Warrant Officer 4United StatesU.S. Army45IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkEast North Port
5/14/2006West, Robert H.Master SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioElyria
5/14/2006Weeks, Jamie D.Chief Warrant Officer 5United StatesU.S. Army47IraqBabilYusufiyahHostile – helicopter crash (missile attack)AlabamaDaleville
5/14/2006Worrel, Matthew W.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBabilYusufiyahHostile – helicopter crash (missile attack)TexasLewisville
5/14/2006Marin-Dominguez Jr., Jose S.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasLiberal
5/14/2006Yearby, Hatak Yuka Keyu M.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaOverbrook
5/14/2006Mahaffee, ShaneCaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve36GermanyBabilLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisGurnee
5/15/2006Dampier, Grant AllenPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinMerrill
5/15/2006Flint Jr., MarionStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandBaltimore
5/16/2006Halsel, Santiago M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyBowling Green
5/17/2006Deal, Lee HamiltonPetty Officer 3rd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy23IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireLouisianaWest Monroe
5/18/2006Seidel III, Robert1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandEmmitsburg
5/18/2006Allen Jr., Lonnie CalvinSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaBellevue
5/18/2006Cournoyer, NicholasPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew HampshireGilmanton
5/18/2006Holland, Daniel E.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army43IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasSan Antonio
5/18/2006Fulks, William B.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine23United StatesAnbarBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fireWest VirginiaCulloden
5/21/2006Ramirez, Benito A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasEdinburg
5/22/2006Christoff Jr., DavidSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fireOhioRossford
5/22/2006Leusink, William J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fireIowaMaurice
5/23/2006Freund, StevenPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl KarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaPleasant Hills
5/23/2006Posivio III, Robert G.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl KarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaSherburn
5/23/2006Hermanson, Michael L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard21IraqSalah ad DinAL AbayachiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth DakotaFargo
5/25/2006DiCenzo, Douglas A.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew HampshirePlymouth
5/25/2006Blair, Robert E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaOcala
5/25/2006Lufkin, Caleb A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24United StatesBaghdadWalter Reed Medical Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisKnoxville
5/26/2006Lucas, AdamLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireNorth CarolinaGreensboro
5/27/2006Bennett, Richard A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarAl Taqaddum (near)Non-hostile – helicopter crashKansasGirard
5/27/2006Doring, Nathanael J.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine31IraqAnbarAl Taqaddum (near)Non-hostile – helicopter crashMinnesotaApple Valley
5/27/2006Garcia, J. AdanCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20United StatesBaghdadNational Naval Medical Center, BethesdaHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasIrving
5/28/2006Mildinhall, TomLieutenantUnited KingdomBritish Army26IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownLondon
5/28/2006Farrelly, PaulLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army27IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownRuncorn, Cheshire
5/29/2006Funkhouser, James A.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – car bombTexasKaty
5/29/2006Loveless, Jeremy M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOregonEstacada
5/30/2006West, Bobby R.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeast of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasBeebe
5/30/2006Bucklin, Brock L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostile – accidentMichiganCaledonia
5/31/2006Kolasa, Alexander J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileMichiganWhite Lake
5/31/2006Mejia, Benjamin E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqNinewaFOB Marez, MosulNon-hostileMassachusettsSalem
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
6/3/2006Tribble, Brett L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasLake Jackson
6/3/2006Cummings, Ryan J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireIllinoisStreamwood
6/3/2006Harmon, DarrenStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve44IraqAnbarHadithaNon-hostileDelawareNewark
6/3/2006Stover, Michael D.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Marine43IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumNon-hostileOhioMansfield
6/5/2006Pibiri, AlessandroCaporalItalyItalian Army25IraqMaysanAn Nasiriyah (60 miles from)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownCagliari
6/5/2006Jaenke, JamiePetty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Naval Reserve30IraqAnbarAnah (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinBay City
6/5/2006Rovinski, GaryPetty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Naval Reserve44IraqAnbarAnah (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisRoseville
6/5/2006Lawson, Issac S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard35IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSacramento
6/6/2006Hansens, Dennis OvePrivate 1st ClassDenmarkDanish Army23IraqBasraCamp DannevangNon-hostile – vehicle accidentUnknownNot reported yet
6/6/2006Gionet, DanielSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew HampshirePelham
6/6/2006Sanders, Ryan T.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasRichardson
6/6/2006Pernell, Carlos E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireAlabamaMunford
6/6/2006Anderson, Andy D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireVirginiaFalls Church
6/6/2006Blakley, Richard A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard34IraqAnbarKhaldiyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaAvon
6/6/2006Smykowski, Mark T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarZaidonHostile – hostile fireOhioMentor
6/7/2006Love, Scott M.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeKnoxville
6/7/2006Crombie, David N.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaWinnemucca
6/7/2006Vaughan, John Shaw2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireColoradoEdwards
6/8/2006Santos, Luis D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaBuhrizHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaRialto
6/8/2006Crabtree, DanielSergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard31IraqWasitAl KutHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioCanton
6/8/2006McSwain, Clarence D.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyMeridian
6/9/2006Velez, Jose M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve35IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkBronx
6/9/2006Zoucha, BrentLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarAl QaimHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaClarks
6/9/2006Slaven, BenPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve22IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaPlymouth
6/9/2006Alday, Zachary M.SeamanUnited StatesU.S. Navy22IraqAnbarAl QaimHostile – hostile fire – mineGeorgiaDonalsonville
6/9/2006Guerrero, SalvadorLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl QaimHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaLos Angeles
6/14/2006Estrella, Michael A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaHemet
6/15/2006Santos, Jeremiah S.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth DakotaMinot
6/16/2006Babineau, David J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBabilYusufiyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMassachusettsSpringfield
6/16/2006Koch, Brent W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard22IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaMorton
6/16/2006Tucker, Thomas LowellPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBabilYusufiyahHostile – hostile fireOregonMadras
6/16/2006Menchaca, KristianPrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBabilYusufiyahHostile – hostile fireTexasSan Marcos
6/17/2006Jones, Robert L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireOregonMilwaukee
6/17/2006Ramirez, ReyesSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasWillis
6/20/2006White, Christopher N.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarAl KarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaSouthport
6/20/2006Webb, Brandon JLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl KarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganSwartz Creek
6/20/2006Williams, Benjamin D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine30IraqAnbarAl KarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasOrange
6/20/2006Leon, Christopher D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl Karmah (Died in Ramadi)Hostile – hostile fireCaliforniaLancaster
6/21/2006Buzzard, Jason J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaUkiah
6/21/2006Whyte, Nicholas J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireNew YorkBrooklyn
6/21/2006Cuaresma, Sirlou C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileIllinoisChicago
6/22/2006Baker, Riley E.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireMissouriPacific
6/23/2006Buckley, Ryan J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisNokomis
6/23/2006Gibbons, Devon J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19United StatesSalah ad DinBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonPort Orchard
6/23/2006Singletary, Channing G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard30IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileGeorgiaSylvester
6/23/2006Beyer, Paul A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth DakotaJamestown
6/23/2006Bievre, Mario J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisConstantinople
6/24/2006Norton, Justin DeanSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – bombWashingtonRainier
6/24/2006Laymon, Benjamin J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioMount Vernon
6/24/2006Sanchez, Virrueta A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHouston
6/25/2006King, Paul N.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve23IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireMassachusettsTyngsboro
6/26/2006Lisk, TerrySergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackIllinoisFox Lake
6/26/2006Plouhar, Raymond J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine30IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganLake Orion
6/26/2006Potocki, Michael J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMarylandBaltimore
6/27/2006Jones, JeremyCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaMillard
6/27/2006Wallace, Terry O.P.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaWinnsboro
6/27/2006Morrow, Jason W.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaRiverside
6/28/2006Page, Rex A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireMissouriKirksville
6/29/2006Luckey, Bryan C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireFloridaTampa
6/29/2006Rose, Christopher D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSan Francisco
6/29/2006Clark, Ryan. J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army19United StatesAnbarBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaLancaster
6/29/2006Miller, KyleSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard19IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaWillmar
6/29/2006Muldoon, James P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasBells
7/1/2006Ware Jr., Carl JeromeAirman 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Air Force22IraqBasraCamp Bucca (near)Non-hostile – homicideNew JerseyGlassboro
7/2/2006Mason, Collin T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireNew YorkStaten Island
7/2/2006Noyes, JustinSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaVinita
7/3/2006Pabla, PaulStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard23IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireIndianaFort Wayne
7/8/2006Flores, OmarStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasMission
7/8/2006Linden, Troy CarlinCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaDetroit Lakes
7/8/2006Micks, Joseph P.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganRapid River
7/9/2006Montoya, Damien M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileArizonaHolbrook
7/10/2006Dreasky, Duane J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard31IraqAnbarBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganNovi
7/12/2006Hernandez Jr., IrvingSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew YorkNew York
7/12/2006Tharp, Jerry A.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Naval Reserve44IraqAnbarRawah (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisAledo
7/13/2006Floyd, Al’KailaSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23GermanyAnbarLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganGrand Rapids
7/14/2006Turner Jr., Thomas B.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31GermanyDiyalaLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaCottonwood
7/15/2006Cosby, John JohnstonCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army29IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownBelfast
7/15/2006Holguin, Manuel J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Sadr City)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaWoodlake
7/15/2006Contreras, Andres J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaHuntington Park
7/16/2006Evey, Jason M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaStockton
7/17/2006Dickinson II, Michael AStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganBattle Creek
7/17/2006Smith, Scott R.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaPunxsutawney
7/17/2006Pugh, Kenneth I.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army39IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – sniper fireTexasHouston
7/17/2006Baughman, Nathaniel S.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackIndianaMonticello
7/18/2006Vecchione, Mark RichardSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaTucson
7/18/2006Cayer, Geofrey R.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarHabbaniyahNon-hostileMassachusettsFitchburg
7/19/2006Perdomo, Jose MiguelSubsargentoEl SalvadorEl Salvadoran Army41IraqWasitAl KutHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
7/20/2006Ramon, Julian A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireNew YorkFlushing
7/20/2006Plowman, Derek J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – gunshot woundArkansasEverton
7/21/2006Pate, Christopher T.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve29IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireNorth CarolinaHampstead
7/21/2006Wallace, Matthew P.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22GermanyBaghdadLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandLexington Park
7/22/2006Fargo, Adam J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDVirginiaRuckersville
7/22/2006Russell, Blake H.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasFort Worth
7/22/2006Swanson, ChristopherStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMarylandRose Haven
7/24/2006Samson Jr., Dennis K.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganHesperia
7/24/2006West, Jason M.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaPittsburgh
7/24/2006Castner, Stephen W.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard27IraqDhi QarTallilHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinCedarburg
7/25/2006Graves, Joseph A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaDiscovery Bay
7/26/2006Koth, Edward APetty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy30IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – ordnance accidentMarylandTowson
7/27/2006Ramirez, Donald AlbertoDeputy SergeantEl SalvadorEl Salvadoran Army1IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
7/27/2006Sanchez, Enrique HenryPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaGarner
7/27/2006Murray, Adam R.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeCordova
7/27/2006Higgins, James W.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandFrederick
7/27/2006Roos, Timothy D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireOhioDelhi
7/29/2006Butterfield, Anthony E.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombCaliforniaClovis
7/29/2006Williams, Christian B.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombFloridaWinter Haven
7/29/2006Baucus, Phillip E.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombMontanaWolf Creek
7/29/2006Hanson, JasonPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonForks
7/31/2006Ford, JoshuaSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqWasitAn Numaniyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaWayne
8/1/2006Cornish, MatthewCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army29IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackUnknownPool-in-Wharfedale
8/1/2006Hsia, Hai MingSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireNew YorkNew York
8/2/2006Laird, Dustin D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard23IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fireTennesseeMartin
8/2/2006Jopek, Ryan D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqSalah ad DinTikritHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinMerrill
8/2/2006Tomci, Joseph A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireOhioStow
8/2/2006Lee, Marc A.Petty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy28IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOregonHood River/Ashland
8/3/2006Ulloa Jr., George M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireTexasAustin
8/3/2006Dechen, Kurt EdwardLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve24IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireVermontSpringfield
8/4/2006Beste, Bradley H.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDIllinoisNaperville
8/4/2006Storey, Clint J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaEnid
8/4/2006Segura Jr., LeroySergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarHabbaniyahNon-hostile – vehicle accidentNew MexicoClovis
8/5/2006Kubik, Brian J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20GermanyBaghdadLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasHardin
8/6/2006Seale, Stephen A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackWest VirginiaGrafton
8/6/2006Clark, Carlton A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackVermontSouth Royalton
8/6/2006Zamora, JoseCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew MexicoSunland Park
8/6/2006Melvin, Tracy L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonSeattle
8/9/2006Jagger, Aaron1st SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army43IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganHillsdale
8/9/2006Ramirez, IgnacioSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaHenderson
8/9/2006Woods, Shane W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlaskaPalmer
8/9/2006Mennemeyer, Steven P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqAnbarAr RutbahNon-hostile – helicopter crashIllinoisGranite City
8/9/2006Brown, Jeffery S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqAnbarAr RutbahNon-hostile – helicopter crashCaliforniaTrinity Center
8/10/2006Long, Jeremy Z.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine18IraqAnbarZellaHostile – hostile fireNevadaSun Valley
8/12/2006Lloyd, Michael C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasSan Antonio
8/12/2006Zeigler, Kevin L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasOverland Park
8/12/2006Jenkins, Kenneth A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireArkansasFouke
8/16/2006McKenna IV, John JamesCaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve30IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireNew YorkBrooklyn
8/16/2006Phillips, John P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine29United StatesAnbarBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fireSouth CarolinaSt. Stephen
8/16/2006Glover, Michael DennisLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve28IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireNew YorkBrooklyn
8/16/2006Loa, Jeffrey S.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackHawaiiWaianae
8/17/2006Arellano, James J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackWyomingCheyenne
8/18/2006Villa Jr, Ruben J.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army36United Arab EmiratesNADubaiNon-hostileTexasEl Paso
8/19/2006Quick, Marquees A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireAlabamaHoover
8/20/2006Newman, Randy LeeLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fireOregonBend
8/20/2006Galvez, Adam AnthonyCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fireUtahSalt Lake City
8/20/2006Kenyon, Chadwick ThomasHospitalmanUnited StatesU.S. Navy20IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaTucson
8/20/2006DeRoo, Gabriel G.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganPaw Paw
8/21/2006Clemmons, Brad A.Master SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force37IraqBaghdadTaji (Northwest of Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioChillicothe
8/22/2006Darga, Paul J.Chief Petty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Navy34IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganLansing
8/23/2006Barbieri, Thomas J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMarylandGaithersburg
8/23/2006Hirlston, James DanielLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl KarmahHostile – hostile fireTennesseeMurfreesboro
8/24/2006Thorne, William E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIowaHospers
8/24/2006King, Jeremy E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIdahoMeridian
8/24/2006Williams, Dwayne E.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – disarming IEDMarylandBaltimore
8/24/2006Solomon, Gordon GeorgeStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine35IraqAnbarHabbaniyahHostile – hostile fireOhioFairborn
8/25/2006Pierson, Jordan C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireConnecticutMilford
8/26/2006Zayas, EdgardoSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsDorchester
8/26/2006Weimortz, David G.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarHabbaniyahHostile – hostile fireSouth CarolinaIrmo
8/27/2006Jones, Joshua D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOhioPomeroy
8/27/2006Champlin, Donald E.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fireLouisianaNatchitoches
8/27/2006Almazan, David J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaVan Nuys
8/27/2006Hansen, Jeffrey J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard31GermanySalah ad DinLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Non-hostile – vehicle accidentNebraskaCairo
8/27/2006Benson, DarrySergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard46KuwaitNACamp Bucca VirginiaNon-hostileNorth CarolinaWinterville
8/27/2006Hildreth, Seth A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackSouth CarolinaMyrtle Beach
8/27/2006Dolan, DanPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDUtahRoy
8/27/2006Cross, KennethCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDWisconsinSuperior
8/27/2006Smith, TristanSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaBryn Athyn
8/27/2006Jazmine, MoisesSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackRhode IslandProvidence
8/27/2006Lee, QixingSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaMinneapolis
8/27/2006Novak, Shaun A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinTwo Rivers
8/28/2006Schneider, Matthew E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarRamadiNon-hostile – illness – heart attackNew HampshireGorham
8/28/2006Squires, Shannon L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army25United StatesNABrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaVirginia Beach
8/29/2006Vosbein, Matthew J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBabilYusufiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaMetairie
8/29/2006Warndorf, Christopher TylerCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireKentuckyBurlington
8/30/2006Wolfe, Colin JosephPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine18IraqAnbarHabbaniyahHostile – hostile fireVirginiaManassas
8/30/2006Hanson, Joshua R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard27IraqAnbarKhaldiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaSt. Paul
8/31/2006Deason, Michael L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqSalah ad DinAd DwarHostile – hostile fire – grenadeMissouriFarmington
9/1/2006Golla, CliffLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarHabbaniyah (near) (died in Taqaddum)Hostile – hostile fireNorth CarolinaCharlotte
9/1/2006Mercado-Velazquez, Angel D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBabilYusufiyahHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackPuerto RicoNot reported yet
9/2/2006Alex, EugeneStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32GermanyBaghdadLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganBay City
9/3/2006Porras, Ralph N.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBabilYusufiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganMerrill
9/3/2006Dreese, Justin W.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilYusufiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaNorthumberland
9/3/2006Harris, Shane P.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarAr RutbahHostile – hostile fireNew MexicoLas Vegas
9/3/2006Johnson, Philip A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarHabbaniyahHostile – hostile fireConnecticutHartford
9/3/2006Miller, Ryan EdwinPrivateUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarHabbaniyahHostile – hostile fireOhioGahanna
9/3/2006Henkes II, Richard J.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqNinewaMosul (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonPortland
9/3/2006Madaras, Nicholas A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackConnecticutWilton
9/3/2006Andino Jr., Edwin AnthonyPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaCulpeper
9/3/2006Merrill, Jason L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaMesa
9/4/2006Wright, StephenPrivate (Artillery)United KingdomBritish Army20IraqBasraAd DayrHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDUnknownLeyland, Lancashire
9/4/2006Vanua, SamuelaPrivate (Artillery)United KingdomBritish Army27IraqBasraAd DayrHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDUnknownSuva
9/4/2006Valdepenas, Eric P.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsSeekonk
9/4/2006Walsh, ChristopherPetty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Naval Reserve30IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriSt. Louis
9/4/2006Debro, Germaine L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard33IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaOmaha
9/4/2006Gutierrez, Marshall A.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army41KuwaitNACamp VirginiaNon-hostileNew MexicoNot reported yet
9/4/2006Shoemaker, Jared M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve29IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaTulsa
9/4/2006Gunterman, Hannah L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostileCaliforniaRedlands
9/6/2006Carroll, John A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireOklahomaPonca City
9/6/2006Shank, Jeremy R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army18IraqKirkukHawijah (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMissouriJackson
9/7/2006Thornton, LeePrivate (Artillery)United KingdomBritish Army22IraqBasraAl QurnaHostile – hostile fireUnknownBlackpool, Lancashire
9/7/2006Frassetto, Vincent M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireNew JerseyToms River
9/7/2006Montes, Luis A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22United StatesBaghdadBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaEl Centro
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
9/7/2006Ramsey, David J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27United StatesNASpanaway, WashingtonNon-hostile – suicideWashingtonTacoma
9/8/2006Gordon, David W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioWilliamsfield
9/9/2006Seig, Anthony P.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaSunman
9/9/2006Benson, JohnathanCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21United StatesAnbarBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaNorth Branch
9/10/2006Jordan, AlexanderCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireFloridaMiami
9/11/2006Andrews, Harley D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaWeimar
9/12/2006Perez, Emily J.T.2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBabilAl KiflHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandFort Washington
9/13/2006Mattingly, Matthew C.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqNinewaMosul (near)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOhioReynoldsburg
9/13/2006Shaffer, JeffreyPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasHarrison
9/14/2006Weir, David ThomasSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeast of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, rpgTennesseeCleveland
9/14/2006Makowski, Russell M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriUnion
9/14/2006Williams, Clint E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaKingston
9/14/2006Miller, Ryan A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarBarwanahHostile – hostile fireTexasPearland
9/14/2006Smith, Aaron A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombTexasKilleen
9/14/2006Hartman, Jennifer M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombPennsylvaniaNew Ringgold
9/14/2006Cain, Marcus A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombLouisianaCrowley
9/15/2006Granados, Cesar A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaLe Grand
9/16/2006Roddy, David SeanPetty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy32IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandAberdeen
9/17/2006Davis, David J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Sadr City)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandMount Airy
9/17/2006Knox, Adam L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north-central part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOhioColumbus
9/18/2006Worster, James R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileOhioBroadview Heights
9/19/2006Huff, Ashley L. Henderson1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombNew JerseyBelle Mead
9/19/2006Raymond, Jared J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadTaji (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsSwampscott
9/19/2006Callahan, Robert ThomasCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentNorth CarolinaJamestown
9/19/2006Lanham, Jane ElizabethLieutenant CommanderUnited StatesU.S. Navy43BahrainNAManamaNon-hostileKentuckyOwensboro
9/20/2006Jones, Charles JasonSergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard29IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileKentuckyLawrenceburg
9/20/2006Needham, Robb GordonMaster SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve51IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – sniper fireWashingtonVancouver
9/20/2006Kavanagh, EricPrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandGlen Burnie
9/20/2006Zimmerman, Christopher MichaelSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarZaidonHostile – hostile fireTexasStephenville
9/20/2006Rodriguez, Yull EstradaCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarBarwanahHostile – hostile firePuerto RicoAlegre Lajas
9/21/2006Vitaliano, MassimoCaporal MaggioreItalyItalian Army25IraqDhi QarAn NasiriyahNon-hostile – accidentUnknownGalatina
9/21/2006Bevington, Allan R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – disarming IEDPennsylvaniaBeaver Falls
9/23/2006Wadim, KimLance CorporalDenmarkDanish Army36IraqBasraBasra (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownViborg
9/23/2006Simmons, Windell J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyHopkinsville
9/23/2006Dominguez, CarlosStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve57IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaSavannah
9/23/2006Locklear, III, VeltonSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqKirkukRiyadh (near Hawijah)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonLacey
9/23/2006Kincaid, IV, Kenneth EPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinRiyadh (near Hawijah)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaLilburn
9/24/2006Martinez, ReneLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarHabbaniyahHostile – hostile fireFloridaMiami
9/24/2006March Jr., Howard S.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireNew YorkBuffalo
9/25/2006Mellen, Casey L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosul (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fireArizonaHuachuca City
9/26/2006Paul, HenryPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentUnknownKolonia Pohnpei
9/26/2006Reynolds Jr., Edward C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentTexasGroves
9/26/2006Riviere, Christopher T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireFloridaCooper City
9/26/2006Lanzarin, Jose A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasLubbock
9/27/2006Lyons, James N.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew YorkRochester
9/28/2006Chamroeun, JamesLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fireGeorgiaUnion City
9/29/2006Blaney, Christopher T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostileFloridaWinter Park
9/29/2006Monsoor, Michael A.Petty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaGarden Grove
9/30/2006Weber, RobertCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostile – vehicle accidentOhioWestern Hills
9/30/2006Nisely, Scott E.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard48IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIowaMarshalltown
9/30/2006Sourivong, Kampha B.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIowaIowa City
9/30/2006Tejeda, Luis E.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaHuntington Park
10/1/2006Seal, Aaron L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve23IraqAnbarBaghdadiHostile – hostile fireIndianaElkhart
10/1/2006Cosgrove III, Christopher B.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve23IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireNew JerseyCedar Knolls
10/1/2006Peterson, Justin D.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine32IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostile – vehicle accidentMichiganDavisburg
10/1/2006Haag, Chase A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (west of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonPortland
10/1/2006Nelson, MarioSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackNew YorkNew York
10/1/2006Lannaman, Denise A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard46KuwaitNAArifjan, KuwaitNon-hostileNew YorkBayside
10/2/2006Brady, DennisLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Royal Army Medical Corps37IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackUnknownBarrow-in-Furness
10/2/2006Narvaez, Joe A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasSan Antonio
10/2/2006Greenlee, Satieon V.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireSouth CarolinaPendleton
10/2/2006Walker, Kristofer C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisCreve Coeur
10/2/2006Armijo, Raymond S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaPhoenix
10/2/2006Ellis, James D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaValdosta
10/2/2006Jarrett, Justin R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaJonesboro
10/2/2006Oremus, Michael K.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew YorkHighland
10/2/2006Perry, Joseph W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBabilMuhallahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaAlpine
10/3/2006Isshak, DanielStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinTikritHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaAlta Loma
10/3/2006Rojas, JonathanStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaHammond
10/4/2006Bright, DeanPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOregonRoseburg
10/4/2006Burke, TimothySpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireFloridaHollywood
10/4/2006Obourn Jr., George R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIllinoisCreve Coeur
10/4/2006Moudry, Christopher O.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMarylandBaltimore
10/4/2006Garvin, Edward M.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fireMassachusettsMalden
10/4/2006Rosales, Benjamin S.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRawahHostile – hostile fireTexasHouston
10/6/2006Hjorth, MartinKonstabelDenmarkDanish Army20IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fireUnknownNot reported yet
10/6/2006Arvanitis, Nicholas A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinBayji (near)Hostile – hostile fireNew HampshireSalem
10/6/2006Payne, Bradford H.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarSaqlawiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaMontgomery
10/6/2006Hale, John EdwardLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaShreveport
10/7/2006Asbury, Brandon S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireVirginiaTazewell
10/7/2006Johnson II, Carl W.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia
10/7/2006Parrish, LawrenceSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard36IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriLebanon
10/7/2006Wood, John EdwardSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard37IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasHumboldt
10/7/2006Napper Jr, Roger AlanPetty Officer 3rd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy20BahrainNAManamaNon-hostile – vehicle accidentPennsylvaniaGreenburg
10/8/2006Fulkerson, TimothySpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinTikritHostile – hostile fire – mineKentuckyUtica
10/8/2006Monroe, Jeremy Scott SandvickLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMontanaChinook
10/8/2006Johnson, Stephen F.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarSaqlawiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaMarietta
10/8/2006Austin, Shane R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – grenadeKansasEdgerton
10/8/2006Secher, Robert M.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine33IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireTennesseeGermantown
10/8/2006Jones, Derek W.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fireOregonSalem
10/9/2006Arechaga, Julian M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkOceanside
10/9/2006Williams, Phillip B.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNevadaGardnerville
10/9/2006Bowman, Jon EricLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaDubach
10/9/2006Feniello, Shelby J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaConnellsville
10/11/2006Sowinski, Nicholas R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (central part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaTempe
10/11/2006Adcock, Shane T.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqKirkukHawijahHostile – hostile fire – grenadeVirginiaMechanicsville
10/11/2006Walsh, Justin T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine24United StatesAnbarNational Naval Medical Center, BethesdaHostile – hostile fire – disarming IEDOhioCuyahoga Falls
10/12/2006Hawkins, Gene A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaOrlando
10/13/2006Hewett, Thomas J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve22United StatesBaghdadWalter Reed Medical Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasTemple
10/13/2006Stanton Jr., Kenny F.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaHemet
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
10/13/2006Craver, Johnny K.2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasMcKinney
10/14/2006Chavis, Leebenard E.Airman 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Air Force21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fireVirginiaHampton
10/14/2006Simpson, Jonathan J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasRockport
10/14/2006Lauer, Timothy J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaSaegertown
10/14/2006Kane, Joseph M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaDarby
10/14/2006King, Charles M.1st SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army48IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaMobile
10/14/2006Moore, Keith J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileCaliforniaSan Francisco
10/15/2006Hines, Joshua M.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve26IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisOlney
10/15/2006Babb, Brock A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve40IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaEvansville
10/15/2006Paine, Mark C.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaRancho Cucamonga
10/15/2006Lootens, Jonathan E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkLyons
10/15/2006Deese, Joshua1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaRobeson County
10/15/2006Bicknell, StephenPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaPrattville
10/15/2006Baroncini, Jr., Lester DomenicoSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaBakersfield
10/17/2006Booth, Joshua L.2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireMassachusettsFiskdale
10/17/2006Sizemore, Garth D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireKentuckyMount Sterling
10/17/2006Frigo, Nathan J.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fireIndianaKokomo
10/17/2006Taylor III, Norman R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaBlythe
10/17/2006Haupt, Ryan E.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaPhoenix
10/17/2006Loudon, Christopher E.2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near Abu Ghraib prison)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaBrockport
10/17/2006Culbertson III, Russell G.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near Abu Ghraib prison)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaAmity
10/17/2006Unger, David M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near Abu Ghraib prison)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasLeavenworth
10/17/2006Dumas Jr., Joseph C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near Abu Ghraib prison)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaNew Orleans
10/17/2006Paulsen, Ronald L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve53IraqSalah ad DinTarmiyaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonVancouver
10/17/2006Winegeart, Daniel W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – vehicle accidentTexasKountze
10/18/2006Montalvo, Jesus M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army46IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms firePuerto RicoRio Piedras
10/18/2006Perez, Jose R.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaOntario
10/18/2006Brozovich, Daniel A.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard42IraqDiyalaAshrafHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaGreenville
10/18/2006Barlow, Patrick O.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army42United StatesNASan Antonio, TexasNon-Hostile – IllnessNorth CarolinaGreensboro
10/19/2006Lopez Jr., EdwardoLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fireIllinoisAurora
10/20/2006Ochoa, José Argelio SotoCaptainEl SalvadorEl Salvadoran Army39IraqWasitAl KutHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
10/20/2006Witte, Kevin M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaBeardsley
10/21/2006Collinsworth, Clifford R.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganChelsea
10/21/2006Elrod, Nathan R.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaSalisbury
10/21/2006Manoukian, Nicholas J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganLathrup Village
10/21/2006Watkins, Joshua C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaJacksonville
10/21/2006Knier, Tony L.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaSabinsville
10/21/2006Herzberg, Eric W.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarHabbaniyahHostile – hostile fireMarylandSeverna Park
10/22/2006Taylor, David G.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaApex
10/22/2006Aguirre, Nathaniel A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (west of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasCarrollton
10/22/2006Creed, Matthew W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (west of)Hostile – hostile fire – sniper fireCaliforniaCovina
10/22/2006Mock, Willsun M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasHarper
10/22/2006Rogers, Nicholas K.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireFloridaDeltona
10/23/2006Eason, Carl A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasLovelady
10/23/2006Overstreet, Tyler R.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeGallatin
10/23/2006Buerstetta, Richard A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeFranklin
10/23/2006Sare, Charles O.Hospital CorpsmanUnited StatesU.S. Navy23IraqAnbarSadahHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaHemet
10/23/2006Bock, Amos C. R1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (central part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriNew Madrid
10/23/2006al-Taie, Ahmed K.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army41IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – MIA – recoveredMichiganAnn Arbor
10/25/2006Komppa, Charles V.Petty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy35IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireMontanaBelgrade
10/25/2006Thornsberry, Jonathan B.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireKentuckyMcDowell
10/25/2006Chaires, Daniel B.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fireFloridaTallahassee
10/25/2006Gilbert, Thomas M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve24IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireIllinoisDowners Grove
10/25/2006Brown, Donald S.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fireNew JerseySuccasunna
10/26/2006McGinnis, Ricky L.1st SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army42IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyah (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioHamilton
10/27/2006Tanswell, TomLieutenantUnited KingdomBritish Army27IraqBasraShaibah (near Basra)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentUnknownLondon
10/27/2006Zimmerman, Luke J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireWisconsinLuxemburg
10/29/2006Nealey, Troy D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve24IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireMichiganEaton Rapids
10/30/2006Bostic, Kenneth E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – sniper fireNevadaHawthorne
10/30/2006Seeley, Michael T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBabilBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownFredericton
10/30/2006Foyteck, Kraig D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIllinoisSkokie
10/31/2006Weidemann, Michael R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fire – IED attackRhode IslandNewport
10/31/2006Franco, JasonPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine18IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostile – gunshot woundCaliforniaCorona
11/1/2006Ellenburg, Kevin J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (west of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaMiddleburg
11/1/2006Koehler, Gary A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fireMichiganYpsilanti
11/1/2006Kim, MinheeLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireMichiganAnn Arbor
11/2/2006Bridges, Michael P.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinTajiNon-hostileCaliforniaPlacentia
11/2/2006Holler, Luke B.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve21IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasBulverde
11/2/2006Lasky, Michael H.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve22IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlaskaSterling
11/2/2006Whitehouse, Jason D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaPhoenix
11/2/2006Brown, JamesLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarHabbaniyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaOwensville
11/2/2006Gage, Joseph A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaModesto
11/2/2006Kruger, Eric J.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasGarland
11/2/2006Finken, Paul J.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIowaEarling
11/4/2006Bridges, James L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIdahoBuhl
11/4/2006Gelina, Mark C.2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Marine33IraqAnbarRawahNon-hostileMissouriMoberly
11/4/2006Powell, Kyle W.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireColoradoColorado Springs
11/5/2006Galvan, Jose A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasSan Antonio
11/5/2006Desjardins, Douglas C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaMesa
11/6/2006Hancock, Jamie LeeKingsman (private)United KingdomBritish Army19IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownWigan, Lancashire
11/6/2006Henderson, Miles P.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostile – helicopter crashTexasAmarillo
11/6/2006Priestner, John R.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army42IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostile – helicopter crashPennsylvaniaNot reported yet
11/6/2006White, Lucas T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireWashingtonMoses Lake
11/7/2006McCaughn, Ryan T.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireNew HampshireManchester
11/7/2006Doria, Richwell A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSan Diego
11/9/2006McCoy, Gregory W. G.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganWebberville
11/9/2006Kennard, Courtland A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMississippiStarkville
11/9/2006Burgess, BryanSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve35IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganGarden City
11/9/2006Warren, Kristopher C.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve19IraqAnbarTrebilNon-hostileGeorgiaResaca
11/9/2006Salcido, Rudy A.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard31IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaOntario
11/10/2006Murkowski, TomaszSierzant (sergeant)PolandPolish Army30IraqWasitAl KutHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
11/10/2006Neplech, RastislavSergeant 1st ClassSlovakiaSlovakian Army32IraqWasitAl KutHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownZilina
11/11/2006Ramirez, Angel De Jesus LucioSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaPacoima
11/11/2006Jackson II, William SamuelStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganSaginaw
11/11/2006Martinez, MisaelStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaChapel Hill
11/12/2006Elliott, SharronStaff SergeantUnited KingdomBritish Army34IraqBasraBasra (Shatt Al-Arab waterway)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownIpswich
11/12/2006Hopkins, LeeWarrant Officer 2nd ClassUnited KingdomBritish Army35IraqBasraBasra (Shatt Al-Arab waterway)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownWellingborough
11/12/2006Nowak, BenCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Royal Marines27IraqBasraBasra (Shatt Al-Arab waterway)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownLiverpool
11/12/2006Hylton, JayMarineUnited KingdomBritish Royal Marines33IraqBasraBasra (Shatt Al-Arab waterway)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownBurton on Trent
11/12/2006Cerrone, Michael A.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeClarksville
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
11/12/2006Winkler III, Harry A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeClarksville
11/13/2006Allman II, Daniel J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaCanon
11/13/2006Kim, Jang H.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaPlacentia
11/13/2006Winston, Peter E.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve56GermanyNAKaiserslauternNon-hostile – suicideFloridaPlant City
11/14/2006Rivera, Eric G. PalaciosSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew JerseyAtlantic City
11/14/2006Brown, Timothy W.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSacramento
11/14/2006Gonzalez, Mario D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaLa Puente
11/14/2006Scholl, Michael D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaLincoln
11/14/2006Felts Sr., Thomas H.ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army45IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaSandston
11/14/2006Garcia, Justin R.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkElmhurst
11/14/2006Nguyen, Tung M.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaTracy
11/15/2006Haynes, Schuyler B.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkNew York
11/15/2006Mutz, Mitchel T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasFalls City
11/15/2006Dennison, John R.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaBaladHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMarylandIjamsville
11/16/2006Schiller, Rhett W.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqDiyalaBaladHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireWisconsinWaterford
11/18/2006Shilling, Bradley N.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganStanwood
11/19/2006Shock, Jeremy S.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioTiffin
11/21/2006Vizcaino, EricSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinSamarraNon-hostileNew MexicoAlbuquerque
11/21/2006Watts, Donovan E.Command Sergeant MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army46IraqSalah ad DinSiniyah (died in Bayji)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaAtlanta
11/21/2006Musack, James P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinSamarraNon-hostileIowaRiverside
11/22/2006Warner, HeathPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarHaqlaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioCanton
11/22/2006Alonzo, Joshua C.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarHaqlaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasDumas
11/22/2006Davenport, James R.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarHaqlaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaDanville
11/23/2006Priestap, James D.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard39IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganHardwood
11/24/2006Hollingsworth, JonathanSergeantUnited KingdomBritish Army28IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownHumberside.
11/24/2006Rapavi, Nicholas P.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireVirginiaSpringfield
11/24/2006Moreno, Reece D.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqDiyalaBaladNon-hostileArizonaPrescott
11/25/2006Morris, Daniel M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaAl JudiahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeClinton
11/25/2006Ledsome, Michael C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarHabbaniyahHostile – hostile fireTexasAustin
11/25/2006West, Jeromy D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAlbu HyattHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaAguanga
11/26/2006Burrows, Joshua C.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaBossier City
11/26/2006Fraser, David M.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHouston
11/26/2006Hamill, Jason R.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackConnecticutNew Haven
11/26/2006Dunn, Jeannette T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army44IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostileNew YorkBronx
11/27/2006Gilbert, Troy L.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Air Force34IraqBaghdadBaghdad (20 miles northwest of)Non-hostile – airplane crashArizonaLitchfield Park
11/27/2006Schwarz, Michael A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireNew JerseyCarlstadt
11/28/2006Mason, ChrisCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireAlabamaMobile
11/28/2006Loney, JonerikCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaHartselle
11/29/2006West, Theodore M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyRichmond
11/30/2006Mulhair, Jeremy W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaOmaha
11/30/2006Hartman Jr., John L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army39IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaTampa
12/1/2006Love Jr., Robert L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMississippiLivingston
12/2/2006Fiscus, Keith E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadTaji (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackDelawareTownsend
12/2/2006McDonough, Bryan T.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaMaplewood
12/2/2006Rystad, Corey J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaRed Lake Falls
12/2/2006Tillery, Jesse D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireWisconsinVesper
12/3/2006Farris, Billy B.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaBapchule
12/3/2006Haines, Kenneth W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinAbu Hishma (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkFulton
12/3/2006Cooper, Troy D.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasAmarillo
12/3/2006Evans, Kermit O.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Air Force31IraqAnbarHadithaNon-hostile – helicopter crashMississippiHollandale
12/3/2006McCloud, Joseph TraneMajorUnited StatesU.S. Marine39IraqAnbarHadithaNon-hostile – helicopter crashMichiganGrosse Pointe Park
12/3/2006Sticklen, Joshua C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarHadithaNon-hostile – helicopter crashVirginiaVirginia Beach
12/3/2006English, Shawn L.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioWesterville
12/4/2006Adkins, Dustin M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarHadithaNon-hostile – helicopter crashTennesseeFinger
12/4/2006McGinnis, Ross A.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – grenadePennsylvaniaKnox
12/4/2006Turcotte, Nicholas D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard23IraqDhi QarAn NasiriyahNon-hostile – vehicle accidentMinnesotaMaple Grove
12/4/2006Gauthreaux, Jay R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqDiyalaBa’qubah (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaThibodaux
12/4/2006Anderson, Christopher A.HospitalmanUnited StatesU.S. Navy24IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireColoradoLongmont
12/4/2006Echols, Thomas P.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireKentuckyShepherdsville
12/4/2006Nelson, Albert M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaPhiladelphia
12/4/2006Suarez-Gonzalez, Roger A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireFloridaMiami
12/5/2006Miller, Marco L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army36GermanySalah ad DinLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – indirect fireFloridaLongwood
12/5/2006Hess, Jordan W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26United StatesKirkukBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonMarysville
12/6/2006McClung, Megan M.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve34IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonCoupeville
12/6/2006Libby, Dustin J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMainePresque Isle
12/6/2006Pomante III, Vincent J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioWesterville
12/6/2006Patriquin, Travis L.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisLockport
12/6/2006Madden, Joshua B.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqKirkukHawijahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaSibley
12/6/2006Castro, Jesse J.J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqKirkukHawijahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGuamChalan Pago
12/6/2006Huffman, JasonCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqKirkukHawijahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaConover
12/6/2006Mokri, YariSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqKirkukHawijahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasPflugerville
12/6/2006Krege, Travis C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqKirkukHawijahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkCheektowaga
12/6/2006Ryndych, YevgeniySergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkBrooklyn
12/6/2006Watson, Cody G.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarFallujahNon-hostileAlabamaOxford
12/6/2006Gibbs, Nicholas R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNorth CarolinaStokesdale
12/7/2006Ciraso, Kristofer R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMaineBangor
12/7/2006Gifford, Micah S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (South of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaRedding
12/7/2006Linck, Henry W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (South of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasManhattan
12/7/2006Beeler, Brent E.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireMichiganJackson
12/9/2006Krissoff, Nathan M.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaTruckee
12/10/2006Steinbacher, Nicholas P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaLa Crescenta
12/10/2006Gibson, Brennan C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonTualatin
12/10/2006Ford, Philip C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasFreeport
12/10/2006Murphy, Shawn M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaFort Bragg
12/10/2006Clemons, Thomas W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard37IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyah (near)Non-hostile – illness – heart attackKentuckyLeitchfield
12/11/2006McAnulty, Brian P.Master SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine39IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostile – helicopter crashMississippiVicksburg
12/11/2006Miller, Clinton J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarKhaldiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIowaGreenfield
12/11/2006Dillon, Matthew V.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarKhaldiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackSouth CarolinaAiken
12/11/2006Cote, Budd M.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarKhaldiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaMarana
12/12/2006Dunkleberger, Brent W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackPennsylvaniaBloomfield
12/12/2006Davis, Gloria D.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army47IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – suicideMissouriSt. Louis
12/14/2006Clark, Matthew W.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAlbu HyattHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriSt. Louis
12/14/2006Yepsen, Luke C.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasKingwood
12/14/2006Spatol, Theodore A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard59United StatesNAThermopolisNon-Hostile – IllnessWyomingThermopolis
12/15/2006Balint Jr., PaulPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasWillow Park
12/15/2006Kahalewai, Henry K.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army43IraqBaghdadBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackHawaiiHilo
12/16/2006Stanley, Matthew J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew HampshireWolfeboro Falls
12/16/2006Staats, David R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoPueblo
12/16/2006Baines, Joe L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyNewark
12/16/2006Palmer, Nick J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireColoradoLeadville
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
12/17/2006Stanton, Seth M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTaji (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoColorado Springs
12/18/2006Mintzlaff, Brian L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverTexasFort Worth
12/18/2006Kryst, Kevin M.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqAnbarAr Rutbah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – mortar attackWisconsinWest Bend
12/19/2006Pickard, Joshua D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaMerced
12/19/2006Daul, Andrew P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganBrighton
12/20/2006Volker, Robert J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasBig Spring
12/20/2006McMillan, Jacob G.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDLouisianaLafayette
12/20/2006Dykman, Scott D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMontanaHelena
12/20/2006Sebastien, Myles CodyLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireLouisianaOpelousas
12/21/2006Nolen, Kyle A.HospitalmanUnited StatesU.S. Navy21IraqAnbarAh NahiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasEnnis
12/21/2006Mayhan, Ryan L.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarAh NahiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaHawthorne
12/21/2006Burgess, Ryan J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAh NahiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganSanford
12/21/2006Tamayo, Fernando S.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarAh NahiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaFontana
12/22/2006Sheppard, Joshua D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOklahomaQuinton
12/23/2006Elias, EliasSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaGlendora
12/23/2006Norris, Curtis L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganDansville
12/23/2006Mejia II, BobbyPrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganSaginaw
12/23/2006Algrim, Wilson A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard21IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganHowell
12/23/2006Vollmer, Chad J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard21IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganGrand Rapids
12/23/2006Barta, JohnCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqDiyalaBuhritzHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireTexasCorpus Christi
12/23/2006Crutchfield, Michael J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinBalad (Camp Anaconda)Non-hostileCaliforniaStockton
12/24/2006Morris, Stephen L.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAlbu HyattHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasLake Jackson
12/24/2006Bixler, Evan A.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireWisconsinRacine
12/25/2006Denfrund, Jason C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkCattaraugus
12/25/2006Wilkus, Eric R.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army25GermanyBaghdadLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Non-hostileNew JerseyHamilton
12/25/2006Moon, Jae S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaLevittown
12/25/2006Wheelous, Dexter E.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaWinder
12/25/2006Clayton, HayesCaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaMarietta
12/25/2006Nelson, Andrew H.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganSaint Johns
12/25/2006Preston, Aaron L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasDallas
12/26/2006Bubeck, John T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaCollegeville
12/26/2006Schmitz, Joshua M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireWisconsinSpencer
12/26/2006Strong, Joseph A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilBaghdad (South of)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverIndianaLebanon
12/27/2006Bleija, GintsdižkareivisLatviaLatvian Army25IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
12/27/2006Vasiljevs, VitalijsdižkareivisLatviaLatvian Army24IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
12/27/2006Tinsley, Douglas L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilBaghdad (South of)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverSouth CarolinaChester
12/27/2006Koprince Jr., William C.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarHabbaniyahHostile – hostile fireTennesseeLenoir City
12/27/2006Given, Nathaniel A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasDickinson
12/27/2006Messer, Christopher P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaPetersburg
12/27/2006McCormick, Clinton T.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaJacksonville
12/27/2006Shaffer, Edward W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaMont Alto
12/28/2006Hesketh, GrahamSergeantUnited KingdomBritish Army35IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownLiverpool
12/28/2006Spencer, William D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTennesseeParis
12/28/2006Miller, Nicholas A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganSilverwood
12/28/2006Donica, Dustin R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasSpring
12/28/2006Ayala, Luis G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSouth Gate
12/28/2006Esckelson, Christopher E.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganVassar
12/28/2006Blum, Aron C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine22United StatesAnbarSan Diego (Naval Medical Center)Non-hostileArizonaTucson
12/29/2006Newgard, William R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisArlington Heights
12/29/2006Carter, Lawrance J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaRancho Cucamonga
12/30/2006Dietrich, David E.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaMarysville
12/30/2006Sullivan, John M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeHixon
12/31/2006Grant, Sandra S.SeamanUnited StatesU.S. Navy23International watersNAArabian GulfNon-hostile – natural causesNorth CarolinaLinwood
12/31/2006Smith, Richard A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasGrand Prairie
12/31/2006Schiller, Jonathan E.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIowaOttumwa
12/31/2006Blohm, Alan R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (South of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlaskaKenai
1/1/2007Vandling Jr., Thomas E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaPittsburgh
1/4/2007Allen, Charles D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireAlaskaWasilla
1/5/2007Mundell, Michael LewisMajorUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve47IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyBrandenburg
1/6/2007Johnson, JeremiahCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army23GermanyBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverWashingtonVancouver
1/6/2007Mitchell, III, Raymond N.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireArkansasWest Memphis
1/7/2007Rees, WayneSergeantUnited KingdomBritish Army36IraqMaysanMaysan ProvinceNon-hostile – vehicle accidentUnknownNottingham
1/7/2007Weiner, Timothy R.Technical SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force35IraqBabilMahmudiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaTamarac
1/7/2007Loncki, Elizabeth A.Senior AirmanUnited StatesU.S. Air Force23IraqBabilMahmudiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackDelawareNew Castle
1/7/2007Miller Jr., Daniel B.Senior AirmanUnited StatesU.S. Air Force24IraqBabilMahmudiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisGalesburg
1/7/2007Raderstorf, Stephen J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fireArizonaPeoria
1/7/2007Caldwell, Eric T.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMarylandSalisbury
1/9/2007Berg, Ryan R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasSabine Pass
1/9/2007Sun, MingPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaCathedral City
1/9/2007Wosika Jr., James M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqAnbarFallujah (outside of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaSt. Paul
1/13/2007Green, Alexander WilliamKingsman (private)United KingdomBritish Army21IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownWarrington
1/13/2007Wright, Gregroy A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsBoston
1/14/2007Riekena, James D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonRedmond
1/14/2007Sanchez, Paul T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasIrving
1/15/2007Grimm, Matthew T.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinWisconsin Rapids
1/15/2007Cooper, John E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyEwing
1/15/2007Anderson, Ian C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasPrairie Village
1/15/2007Daily, Mark J.2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaIrvine
1/15/2007Corbett, Jason J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireWyomingCasper
1/16/2007Schockmel, Collin R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – grenadeTexasRichwood
1/17/2007Alomar, Joseph D.Petty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy22IraqBasraCamp BuccaNon-hostile – in hostile fire zoneNew YorkBrooklyn
1/17/2007Valdivia, Jennifer A.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy27BahrainNABahrainNon-hostileIllinoisCambridge
1/18/2007Rechenmacher, William J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaJacksonville
1/19/2007Borea, Russell P.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasEl Paso
1/19/2007Neal, Jacob H.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve23IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireTexasSan Marcos
1/19/2007Castillo, Luis J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve20IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireMichiganLawton
1/20/2007Hill, Ryan J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonKeizer
1/20/2007Morris, Darrel J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireWashingtonSpokane
1/20/2007McNeill, Phillip D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaSunrise
1/20/2007Fennerty, Sean P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonCorvallis
1/20/2007Olsen, Toby R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew HampshireManchester
1/20/2007Bisson, Jeffrey D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaVista
1/20/2007Jaynes, Allen B.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHenderson
1/20/2007Taylor, MichaelMajorUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard40IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashArkansasLittle Rock
1/20/2007Haller, Roger W.Command Sergeant MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard49IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashMarylandDavidsonville
1/20/2007Booker, Daryl D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard37IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashVirginiaMidlothian
1/20/2007Kelly, Paul M.ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard45IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashVirginiaStafford
1/20/2007Allgood, Brian D.ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army46IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashOklahomaNot reported yet
1/20/2007Gabbard, Marilyn L.Sergeant MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard46IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashIowaPolk City
1/20/2007Brown, John G.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard43IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashArkansasLittle Rock
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
1/20/2007Canegata, David C.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard50IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashVirgin IslandsSt. Croix
1/20/2007Lake, Floyd E.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard43IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashVirgin IslandsSt. Thomas
1/20/2007Langarica, Victor M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashGeorgiaDecatur
1/20/2007Lyerly, Sean E.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard31IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashTexasPflugerville
1/20/2007Warren, William T.1st SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard48IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashArkansasLittle Rock
1/20/2007Falter, Shawn PatrickPrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKarbalaKarbalaHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, grenadesNew YorkCortland
1/20/2007Chism, Johnathan BryanSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqKarbalaKarbalaHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, grenadesLouisianaGonzales
1/20/2007Freeman, Brian ScottCaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve31IraqKarbalaKarbalaHostile – hostile fire – mortar, small arms fireCaliforniaTemecula
1/20/2007Millican, JonathanPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqKarbalaKarbalaHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, grenadesAlabamaTrafford
1/20/2007Fritz, Jacob N.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKarbalaKarbalaHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, grenadesNebraskaVernon
1/20/2007Kingman, Jonathan P. C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioNankin
1/21/2007Tench, MichaelPrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army18IraqBasraBasra (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownSunderland
1/21/2007Matus, Andrew G.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireWisconsinChetek
1/21/2007Sanchez, Emilian D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fireNew MexicoSanta Ana Pueblo
1/21/2007Stout, Brandon L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganGrand Rapids
1/22/2007Brown, Nicholas P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioHuber Heights
1/22/2007Wilson, Jamie D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqAnbarKarmah (died in Fallijah)Hostile – hostile fireCaliforniaSan Diego
1/23/2007Kashkoush, Michael M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireOhioChagrin Falls
1/23/2007Johnston, Gary S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireTexasWindthorst
1/23/2007Wiggins, Michael J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostile – injuryOhioCleveland
1/24/2007Leija, HectorStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasHouston
1/24/2007Callahan, Keith A.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBabilBaghdad (South of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaMcClure
1/25/2007Shipp, Darrell W.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasSan Antonio
1/25/2007Kidd, Mark D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve26IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganMilford
1/25/2007Balsley, MichaelPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (east of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaHayward
1/25/2007Fuller, Alexander H.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsCenterville
1/26/2007Fairlie, Nathan P.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkCandor
1/26/2007Johnson, Alan R.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve44IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyah (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonYakima
1/27/2007St. John II, Jon B.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinNeenah
1/27/2007Toomalatai, David T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaLong Beach
1/27/2007Swanson, Timothy A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasSan Antonio
1/27/2007Melia, Anthony C.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaThousand Oaks
1/27/2007Garrigus, Mickel D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonElma
1/28/2007Resh, Mark T.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqNajafNajaf (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashPennsylvaniaFogelsville
1/28/2007Chao, Cornell C.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqNajafNajaf (north of)Hostile – helicopter crashCaliforniaOrange City
1/28/2007Stewart, Carla JaneSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve37IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – vehicle rollover (M-1114 HMMWV)CaliforniaSun Valley
1/29/2007Emul, Adam Q.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fireWashingtonVancouver
1/30/2007Gist Jr., Milton A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriSt. Louis
1/30/2007Aultz, Corey J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireWashingtonPort Orchard
1/30/2007Carrillo, AlejandroSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaLos Angeles
1/31/2007Shannon, Stephen D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackIowaGuttenberg
1/31/2007Sigua, William M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaLos Altos Hills
2/1/2007Armstrong, David C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – vehicle accidentOhioZanesville
2/1/2007Butler, TylerPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – vehicle accidentOhioEast Liverpool
2/1/2007Sieger, Eric R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army18IraqDiyalaBuhritzNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverUtahLayton
2/1/2007Elliott, Terry J.Gunnery SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine34IraqAnbarAlbu HyattHostile – hostile fireTennesseeMiddleton
2/1/2007Conte, Matthew G.HospitalmanUnited StatesU.S. Navy22IraqAnbarAlbu HyattHostile – hostile fireOhioMogadore
2/1/2007Mettille, Michael C.Sergeant MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army44IraqDhi QarCamp AdderNon-hostile – illness – heart attackMinnesotaSt. Paul
2/1/2007Quill III, Richard O.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostileGeorgiaRoswell
2/2/2007DeFrenn, Jason GarthChief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadTaji (near)Hostile – helicopter crashSouth CarolinaBarnwell
2/2/2007Yoakum, KeithChief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army41IraqBaghdadTaji (near)Hostile – helicopter crashCaliforniaHemet
2/2/2007Zeimer, Matthew T.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army18IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – friendly fireMontanaGlendive
2/2/2007McPeek, Alan E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – friendly fireArizonaTucson
2/2/2007Dunn, Terrence D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHouston
2/2/2007Landeck, Kevin C.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisWheaton
2/3/2007Sanders, Ronnie L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaThibodaux
2/4/2007Spencer, Clarence T.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaBa’qubah (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownNot reported yet
2/4/2007Matheny, Randy J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaMcCook
2/5/2007Bracho-Cooke, Jonathan2nd LieutenantUnited KingdomBritish Army24IraqBasraBasra (As Sarraji district)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownHove
2/5/2007Van Parys, Brandon J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl Anbar Province (near Euphrates River)Hostile – hostile fire – grenadePennsylvaniaNew Tripoli
2/6/2007Browning, Brian A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOregonAstoria
2/6/2007Frazier, Joshua J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireVirginiaSpotsylvania
2/7/2007Nita, PiotrCorporalPolandPolish Army24IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownWola Blakowa
2/7/2007Harris, Jennifer J.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarFallujah (between Fallujah and Baghdad)Hostile – helicopter crash (missile attack)MassachusettsSwampscott
2/7/2007Pfister, Travis D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqAnbarFallujah (between Fallujah and Baghdad)Hostile – helicopter crashWashingtonRichland
2/7/2007Tijerina, James RodneySergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine26IraqAnbarFallujah (between Fallujah and Baghdad)Hostile – helicopter crashTexasBeasley
2/7/2007Landaker, Jared M.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarFallujah (between Fallujah and Baghdad)Hostile – helicopter crashCaliforniaBig Bear Ciity
2/7/2007Saba, Thomas E.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine30IraqAnbarFallujah (between Fallujah and Baghdad)Hostile – helicopter crashNew JerseyToms River
2/7/2007Ruiz, Manuel A.Petty Officer 3rd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy21IraqAnbarFallujah (between Fallujah and Baghdad)Hostile – helicopter crashMarylandFederalsburg
2/7/2007Minjares Jr., GilbertPetty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy31IraqAnbarFallujah (between Fallujah and Baghdad)Hostile – helicopter crashTexasEl Paso
2/7/2007Parcell, Jennifer M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarBarwanahHostile – hostile fireMarylandBel Air
2/7/2007Hill, Tarryl B.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve19IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireMichiganShelby Township
2/7/2007Ellis, Joseph J.Sergeant MajorUnited StatesU.S. Marine40IraqAnbarBarwanahHostile – hostile fireOhioAshland
2/7/2007Pathenos, Matthew P.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireMissouriBallwin
2/8/2007Werner, Raymond M.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve21IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoBoise
2/8/2007Clevenger, Ross A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve21IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoGivens Hot Springs
2/8/2007Holtom, James J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve22IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoRexburg
2/9/2007Simpson, Luke DanielPrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army21IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownHowden
2/9/2007Camacho, Leeroy A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – explosionNorthern Mariana IslandsSaipan
2/9/2007Ross, EricStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqDiyalaBa’qubah (East of)Hostile – hostile fire – explosionMaineKenduskeag
2/9/2007Shaw, lan W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – explosionArkansasLittle Rock
2/9/2007Regan, James J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqNANorthern IraqHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkManhasset
2/10/2007Belser Jr., Donnie R.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaDiyala provinceHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireAlabamaAnniston
2/11/2007Thrasher, Robert B.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaFolsom
2/11/2007Sellen Jr., Dennis L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqBasraUmm QasrNon-hostile – injuryCaliforniaNewhall
2/11/2007Kurtz, Russell A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaBethel Park
2/13/2007Tanton, Nickolas A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqKirkukKirkukNon-hostile – injuryTexasSan Antonio
2/13/2007Mosteiro, AllenSergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army42IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasFort Worth
2/14/2007Cummings, Branden C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaTitusville
2/14/2007Seigart, Carl LeonardSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSan Luis Obispo
2/14/2007Madore Jr., Ronnie G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSan Diego
2/14/2007Rode, John D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaPineville
2/14/2007Morris, Daniel T.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarHaqlaniyahHostile – hostile fireVirginiaCrimora
2/16/2007Siebert, Todd M.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine34IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile firePennsylvaniaBaden
2/17/2007Paton, Justin T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinTarmiyaHostile – hostile fire – mortar, small arms fireMichiganAlanson
2/17/2007Marsh, Chad E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – grenadeKansasWichita
2/17/2007Spillers, William C.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard39IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – injuryMississippiTerry
2/17/2007Escalante, Brian A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fireKansasDodge City
2/17/2007Boone, Christopher K.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard34IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostileGeorgiaAugusta
2/18/2007Youngblood, Kelly D.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireArizonaMesa
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
2/18/2007Apuan, Matthew S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew MexicoLas Cruces
2/18/2007Howey, Blake H.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaGlendora
2/19/2007Bowe, Matthew C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaCoraopolis
2/19/2007Dunkin, Shawn M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackSouth CarolinaColumbia
2/19/2007Witteveen, BrettPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganShelby
2/19/2007Mcarn, Montrel S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombNorth CarolinaRaeford
2/19/2007Colon, Pedro J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombIllinoisCicero
2/19/2007Cleveland, Adare W.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlaskaAnchorage
2/20/2007Kim, Louis G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaWest Covina
2/20/2007Ahlquist, Clinton W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireColoradoCreede
2/20/2007Ford, Richard L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – mortar, small arms fireConnecticutEast Hartford
2/21/2007Ramirez, Angel R.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine28United StatesNATwentynine Palms, CANon-hostileNew YorkBrooklyn
2/22/2007Berry, David R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard37IraqQadisiyahQasimHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasWichita
2/22/2007Walter, Rowan D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaWinnetka
2/22/2007Buford, Travis WaynePrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasGalveston
2/22/2007Hager, Joshua R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoBroomfield
2/24/2007Biggers, Ethan J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22United StatesBaghdadRichard L. Roudebush VA Medical CenterHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireOhioBeavercreek
2/24/2007Barnett, Jeremy D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27GermanySalah ad DinLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – mineOhioMineral City
2/26/2007Aguirre, AnthonyLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarHaqlaniyahHostile – hostile fireTexasChannelview
2/26/2007Beardsley, William J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaCoon Rapids
2/27/2007Coffey, Daniel LeeRiflemanUnited KingdomBritish Army21IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownExeter
2/27/2007Soto-Pinedo, Karl O.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms firePuerto RicoSan Juan
2/27/2007Henry Jr, Lorne E.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkNiagara Falls
2/27/2007Soukenka, Richard A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaOceanside
2/27/2007Cadavero, Jonathan D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandTakoma
2/28/2007Van Slyke, Bufford “Kenny”Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganBay City
2/28/2007Allen, Chad M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireMinnesotaMaple Lake
3/2/2007Emch, LukeHospitalmanUnited StatesU.S. Navy21IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioKent
3/2/2007Gould, Dustin M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireColoradoLongmont
3/2/2007Rodriguez-Contrera, Luis O.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaAllentown
3/2/2007Latourney, Paul M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisRoselle
3/2/2007Williams, Wesley J.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – injuryPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia
3/2/2007Tulang, Morgan C.Lieutenant CommanderUnited StatesU.S. Naval Reserve36KuwaitNAKuwait CityNon-hostile – natural causesHawaiiHilo
3/2/2007Young, Christopher D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqBasraSafwanHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaLos Angeles
3/3/2007Parr, Brandon AllenSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUtahWest Valley
3/3/2007Peek, Michael C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaChesapeake
3/3/2007Moyer, Ashly L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaEmmaus
3/3/2007Bravo Jr., Raul S.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl QaimHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaElko
3/4/2007Wysoczan, Jonathon DanyPrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army21IraqBasraBasra (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownBiddulph, Stoke on Trent
3/4/2007Kasson, Darrel D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard43IraqSalah ad DinBayji (died in Tikrit)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaFlorence
3/5/2007Rollins, Justin A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinSamarra (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew HampshireNewport
3/5/2007Perkins, Andrew C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqSalah ad DinSamarra (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoNorthglenn
3/5/2007Stanley, RobertStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqSalah ad DinSamarra (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaSpotsylvania
3/5/2007Bell, Ryan M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinSamarra (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonColville
3/5/2007Kosters, Cory C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqSalah ad DinSamarra (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasThe Woodlands
3/5/2007Estes, Justin M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinSamarra (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasSims
3/5/2007Mayo, Barry WaynePrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMississippiEcru
3/5/2007Russell, Ryan D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaElm City
3/5/2007Harris, BlakeSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
3/7/2007Rankinen, ShawnSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriIndependence
3/7/2007Rivera, Michael D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkBrooklyn
3/7/2007Webb, Christopher R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaWinchester
3/7/2007Graham, Mark W.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army22United StatesBaghdadBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaLafayette
3/9/2007Veater, Dennis J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve20IraqAnbarAl Anbar Province (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile firePennsylvaniaJessup
3/11/2007Stone, Douglas C.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve49IraqSalah ad DinTikritNon-hostileUtahTaylorsville
3/11/2007Woodcock, Daniel E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinAd DwarHostile – hostile fire – explosionAlaskaGlennallen
3/11/2007Latham, Thomas L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandDelmar
3/11/2007Smith, Jonathan K.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileGeorgiaAtlanta
3/11/2007Windsor, Nathanial DainLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireOregonScappoose
3/13/2007Carr, Robert M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioWarren
3/13/2007Garcia Jr., AlbertoPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaBakersfield
3/13/2007Rosa, AngelPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireMaineSouth Portland
3/14/2007Chevalier, Brian L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaMufrekHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaNot reported yet
3/14/2007Rosema, Adam J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaPasadena
3/14/2007Kowalczyk, Stephen M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSan Diego
3/14/2007Chavez, Steven M.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadiNon-hostile – manslaughterNew MexicoHondo
3/14/2007Waterbury, Forrest J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireTexasRichmond
3/14/2007Boyd, Joshua M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army30United StatesSalah ad DinBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonSeattle
3/15/2007Holzhauer, Raymond J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarCamp Taqaddum (military hospital)Non-hostileIllinoisDwight
3/15/2007Harris, Blake M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaHampton
3/15/2007Prater, Terry W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeSpeedwell
3/15/2007Brand, Emerson N.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoRigby
3/15/2007Arnold, James L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganMattawan
3/15/2007Stephens, John S.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army41IraqSalah ad DinTikritHostile – hostile fireTexasSan Antonio
3/16/2007Brevard, Christopher R.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaPhoenix
3/17/2007Sebban, Benjamin L.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeSebban
3/17/2007Tauala, Nimo W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahNon-hostileHawaiiHonolulu
3/17/2007Landry Jr., John F.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsLowell
3/17/2007Davis, William N.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganAdrian
3/17/2007Santini, EdSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPuerto RicoToa Baja
3/17/2007Allen, John E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaPalmdale
3/17/2007Timberman, Harry H.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireWisconsinMinong
3/17/2007Kaiser, Anthony A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew YorkNarrowsburg
3/17/2007Guerrero, MarieoSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasFort Worth
3/18/2007Green, Ryan P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24GermanyBaghdadLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasWoodlands
3/20/2007Cornell, Wayne R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaHolstein
3/20/2007Richardson, Stephen K.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackConnecticutBridgeport
3/20/2007Glawson Jr., Curtis E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaDaleville
3/21/2007Lewis, Adrian J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireSouth CarolinaMauldin
3/21/2007Lee, Dustin JeromeCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireMississippiQuitman
3/21/2007Sams II, Joey T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22KuwaitNACamp BuehringNon-hostile – vehicle accidentSouth CarolinaSpartanburg
3/21/2007Griffin Jr., Darrell R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaAlhambra
3/21/2007Lightner, Nicholas J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonNewport
3/22/2007Gardner Jr., Freeman L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasLittle Rock
3/22/2007Bogrette, Henry W.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarCamp FallujahHostile – hostile fireNew YorkRichville
3/23/2007Springer II, Lance C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasBenbrook
3/23/2007Riewer, Greg N.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard28IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaFrazee
3/24/2007Roberts, Trevor A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve21IraqAnbarHitHostile – hostile fireOklahomaOklahoma City
3/25/2007Swiger, JasonSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDMaineSouth Portland
3/25/2007White, AnthonyPrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDSouth CarolinaColumbia
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
3/25/2007Gonzalez, Orlando E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDPennsylvaniaNew Freedom
3/25/2007Nunez, JasonCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, IEDPuerto RicoNaranjito
3/25/2007McDonald, Sean K.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaRosemount
3/27/2007Thomas, Sean MichaelMaster SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard33IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Green Zone)Hostile – hostile fire – rocket attackPennsylvaniaHarrisburg
3/27/2007Golczynski, Marcus A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve30IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireTennesseeLewisburg
3/27/2007Forshey, Curtis J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22GermanyNAHomburgNon-Hostile – IllnessPennsylvaniaHollidaysburg
3/29/2007Polo, JoeSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaOpalocka
3/31/2007Shank, Neale M.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileIndianaFort Wayne
3/31/2007Flores Jr., WilfredSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaLawton
4/1/2007Wilson, Danny JohnKingsman (private)United KingdomBritish Army28IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownWorkington
4/1/2007Arnette, Jason R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaAmelia
4/1/2007Marcial III, Miguel A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostileNew JerseySecaucus
4/1/2007Bowling, William G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyBeattyville
4/1/2007McDowell, Robert M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasDeer Park
4/1/2007Vick, Eric R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaSpring Hope
4/1/2007Mejias, David A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPuerto RicoSan Juan
4/2/2007Lincoln, AaronRiflemanUnited KingdomBritish Army18IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownDurham
4/2/2007Ritzberg, Brian E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkNew York
4/2/2007King, Bradley D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard28IraqAnbarAmiriyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaMarion
4/2/2007Olsen, Daniel R.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMinnesotaEagan
4/2/2007Spivey, Curtis R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25United StatesBaghdadSan DiegoHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaChula Vista
4/3/2007Figueroa, Gabriel J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaBaldwin Park
4/3/2007Becker, Shane R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMontanaHelena
4/4/2007Freeman Jr., WalterPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaLancaster
4/4/2007Gibson, Derek A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaEustis
4/4/2007Cantrell IV, Joseph H.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadTikritHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyAshland
4/4/2007Burge, Jerry C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army39IraqBaghdadTikritHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMississippiCarriere
4/4/2007Coon, James J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaWalnut Creek
4/5/2007Smith, AdamKingsmanUnited KingdomBritish Army19IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownLiverpool
4/5/2007O’Neill, KrisCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Royal Army Medical Corps27IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownCatterick
4/5/2007Dlugosz, EleanorPrivateUnited KingdomBritish Royal Army Medical Corps19IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownSouthampton
4/5/2007Dyer, Joanna Yorke2nd LieutenantUnited KingdomBritish Intelligence Corps23IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownBerlin
4/5/2007Cauthorn, Forrest D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqKirkukHawijahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireVirginiaMidlothian
4/5/2007Shaffer, Jason A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaDerry
4/6/2007McSween, Joseph A.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy26IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fireGeorgiaValdosta
4/6/2007Palermo Jr., AnthonyCaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsBrockton
4/6/2007Dallam, Ryan S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaNorman
4/6/2007Rodriguez, Damian LopezPrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaTucson
4/6/2007Fuentes, Daniel A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkLevittown
4/6/2007Schwedler, Joseph C.Petty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy27IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireMichiganCrystal Falls
4/6/2007Cajimat, Jay S.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackHawaiiLahaina
4/6/2007Billiter, Gregory J.Chief Petty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Navy36IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fireKentuckyVilla Hills
4/6/2007Hall, Curtis R.Petty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy24IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fireIdahoBurley
4/7/2007Murphy-Sweet, Philip A.CommanderUnited StatesU.S. Navy42IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoCaldwell
4/7/2007McCandless, Rodney L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaZaganiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasCamden
4/7/2007Hoover, Levi K.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaZaganiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganMidland
4/7/2007Emolo, Ebe F.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqDiyalaZaganiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaGreensboro
4/7/2007Grassbaugh, Jonathan D.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqDiyalaZaganiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew HampshireEast Hampstead
4/8/2007Neel, Phillip I.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – grenadeMarylandNot reported yet
4/8/2007Singleton, Todd A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireMichiganMuskegon
4/8/2007Brown, HarrisonStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireAlabamaPrichard
4/8/2007Simmons, David N.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireIndianaKokomo
4/8/2007Williams, Jesse L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqDiyalaBa’qubah (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSanta Rosa
4/8/2007Kennedy, Adam P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireMassachusettsNorfolk
4/9/2007Spohn III,, Clifford A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireNew MexicoAlbuquerque
4/9/2007Walton, Brett AndrePrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeast part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonHillsboro
4/9/2007Solorio, IsmaelSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeast part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaSan Luis
4/9/2007Holden, Brian LeePrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeast part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaClaremont
4/10/2007Bohrnsen, Kyle G.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMontanaPhilipsburg
4/11/2007Sevaaetasi, Raymond S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackAmerican SamoaPago Pago
4/12/2007Newman, Gwilym J.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinTarmiya (12 mi. North of Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMarylandWaldorf
4/12/2007Beadles, Jason J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – injuryIndianaLa Porte
4/12/2007Lindsey, James T.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaFlorence
4/12/2007Borbonus, John G.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoBoise
4/12/2007Putnam, Cody A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaLafayette
4/13/2007Bowman, Larry R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaGranite Falls
4/14/2007Bishop, Ryan A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdad (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasEuless
4/14/2007Basham, Robert J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard22QatarNAQatarNon-hostile – injuryWisconsinKenosha
4/14/2007Santee, Daniel J.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadiNon-hostile – vehicle accidentCaliforniaMission Viejo
4/14/2007Wallace, Brandon L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve27IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriSt. Louis
4/14/2007Schmit, Joshua A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve26IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaWillmar
4/15/2007Powell, Mark LawrenceColour SergeantUnited KingdomBritish Royal Air Force37IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Non-hostile – helicopter crashUnknownSouth Wales
4/15/2007McLaren, Mark J.SergeantUnited KingdomBritish Royal Air Force27IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north of)Non-hostile – helicopter crashUnknownAshington, Northumberland
4/15/2007Walberg, Steven J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army18IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaParadise
4/16/2007De Leon, Mario K.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSan Francisco
4/16/2007Genevie, Aaron M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaChambersburg
4/16/2007Starcevich, Lucas V.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisCanton
4/16/2007Scherry, Daniel R.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostile – accidentOhioRocky River
4/16/2007Delatorre, Jesse D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine29IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireIllinoisAurora
4/16/2007Blue, Shaun M.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarSaqlawiyahHostile – hostile fireIndianaMunster
4/17/2007Langenbrunner, Richard P.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadRustamiyahNon-hostile – injuryIndianaFort Wayne
4/18/2007Rojas, Michael M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaFresno
4/18/2007Oglesby, Wade J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoGrand Junction
4/18/2007Morales, Jason M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaLa Puente
4/19/2007Leaning, BenCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army24IraqMaysanMaysan ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownScunthorpe
4/19/2007Turton, KristenTrooperUnited KingdomBritish Army28IraqMaysanMaysan ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownGrimsby
4/19/2007Moore, Dwayne L.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBabilMahmudiyahHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackVirginiaWilliamsburg
4/20/2007Jura, TomaszCorporalPolandPolish Army25IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownStudzianna
4/20/2007Bishop, Jeffery A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireTennesseeDickson
4/21/2007Bevel, Ray M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadYusufiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasAndrews
4/21/2007North, Christopher M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireFloridaSarasota
4/21/2007Tudor, Steven R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – indirect firePennsylvaniaDunmore
4/21/2007Bushnell, William W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – RPG attackArkansasJasper
4/21/2007Slater, Michael J.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverWest VirginiaScott Depot
4/21/2007Harper, Marlon B.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, rpgMarylandBaltimore
4/23/2007Jones, Alan JosephKingsman (private)United KingdomBritish Army20IraqBasraBasra (Al Ashar district)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownLiverpool
4/23/2007Peterson, Dale G.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireOregonRedmond
4/23/2007Avery, Jeffrey A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBabilMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoColorado Springs
4/23/2007Gaspers, Kevin1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqDiyalaSadahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaHastings
4/23/2007Knoll, Garrett C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaSadahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganBad Axe
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
4/23/2007Vaughan, Michael L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaSadahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonOtis
4/23/2007Moore, William C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqDiyalaSadahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaBenson
4/23/2007Rodriguez, Michael J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaSadahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaSanford
4/23/2007Locker Jr., Kenneth E.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaSadahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaWakefield
4/23/2007King, Jerry R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqDiyalaSadahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaBrowersville
4/23/2007Marshall, Randell T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaSadahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaFitzgerald
4/23/2007Pearson, Brice A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqDiyalaSadahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaPhoenix
4/24/2007Maresh, Jeremy E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard24IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – suicidePennsylvaniaPenn Forest Township
4/26/2007Loggins, AdamLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireAlabamaAthens
4/26/2007Celestine Jr., Willie P.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireLouisianaLafayette
4/26/2007Degiovine, ChristopherCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireColoradoLone Tree
4/27/2007Kirkpatrick, David AustinPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaUpland
4/27/2007Tamez, Eddie D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasGalveston
4/27/2007Riehl, Nicholas E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinShiocton
4/27/2007Woodall, PeterSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireFloridaSarasota
4/27/2007Callahan, William J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fireMassachusettsSouth Easton
4/28/2007Hullender, Michael R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyLittle Falls
4/28/2007Spencer, Cole E.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisGays
4/28/2007Ornsby-Adkins, Jay-D H.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireCaliforniaIone
4/28/2007Hicks Jr., Glenn D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasCollege Station
4/28/2007Tollett, Norman L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOhioColumbus
4/29/2007Donnachie, PaulRiflemanUnited KingdomBritish Army18IraqBasraBasra (Al Ashar district)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownBerkshire
4/29/2007Botello, Brian A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIowaAlta
4/29/2007Funcheon, Alexander J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasBel Aire
4/29/2007Martin, Jay EdwardStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandBaltimore
4/29/2007Manion, Travis L.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Marine26IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile firePennsylvaniaDoylestown
5/1/2007Bateson, NickMajorUnited KingdomBritish Army49IraqBasraBasra Air StationNon-hostile – vehicle accidentUnknownChislehurst, Kent
5/1/2007Gullett, Zachary R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileOhioHillsboro
5/1/2007Kirk, Johnathan E.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireNorth CarolinaBelhaven
5/2/2007Sunsin-Pineda, Astor A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaLong Beach
5/2/2007Jones, Ryan P.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsNot reported yet
5/2/2007Soenksen, Katie M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIowaDavenport
5/3/2007Weiss, Andrew R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaLafayette
5/3/2007Umbrell, Colby J.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBabilMusayyibHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaDoylestown
5/3/2007Bolar, Matthew T.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaMontgomery
5/3/2007Grothe, Kelly B.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve21IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonSpokane
5/3/2007Schwab, Coby G.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonPuyallup
5/3/2007Flores, John D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireGuamBarrigada
5/3/2007Gonzalez-Iraheta, Felix G.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSun Valley
5/3/2007Potter, Jerome J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonTacoma
5/4/2007Hamlin, Christopher N.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyLondon
5/5/2007Guyton, Larry I.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasBrenham
5/5/2007Palmer II, Charles O.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine36IraqAnbarKhaldiyahHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaManteca
5/5/2007Mack, Kenneth N.Master SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve42IraqAnbarKhaldiyahHostile – hostile fireTexasFort Worth
5/6/2007Thompson, KevinPrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army21United KingdomBasraSelly Oak Hospital, Birmingham UKHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownLancaster
5/6/2007Rateb, Sameer A. M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinBayjiNon-hostileNew JerseyAbsecon
5/6/2007Martinez, Virgil C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Kadhimiya District)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUtahWest Valley
5/6/2007Dixon, Robert J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaMinneapolis
5/6/2007Bradshaw, Anthony M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasEl Paso
5/6/2007Lewis, Joel W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew MexicoSandia Park
5/6/2007Harkins, Jason R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaClarkesville
5/6/2007Pursel, Michael A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUtahClinton
5/6/2007Alexander, Matthew L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaGretna
5/6/2007Romeo, VincenzoStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyLodi
5/6/2007Kiernan, Christopher S.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – sniper fireVirginiaVirginia Beach
5/8/2007Little, Kyle A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsWest Boylston
5/8/2007Stephens, Blake C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoPocatello
5/8/2007Nguyen, Dan H.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaTahrirHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasSugarland
5/9/2007O’Haire, Walter K.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireMassachusettsLynn
5/9/2007Conner, Bradly D.Sergeant MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army41IraqBabilAl HillahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoUnknown
5/10/2007Jones III, Roy L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasHouston
5/10/2007Sausto, Anthony J.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireArizonaLake Havasu City
5/10/2007Vaughn, Jason W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMississippiLuca
5/10/2007Frank, MichaelSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMontanaGreat Falls
5/10/2007Zembiec, DouglasMajorUnited StatesU.S. Marine34IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew MexicoAlbuquerque
5/11/2007Farrar Jr., William A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaRedlands
5/12/2007Courneya, DanielPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBabilAl TaqaHostile – hostile fire – ambushMichiganVermontville
5/12/2007Connell Jr., James DavidSergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqBabilAl TaqaHostile – hostile fire – ambushTennesseeLake City
5/12/2007Murphy, Christopher EPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilAl TaqaHostile – hostile fire – ambushVirginiaLynchburg
5/12/2007Schober, Anthony J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBabilAl TaqaHostile – hostile fire – ambushNevadaReno
5/13/2007Bacevich, Andrew J.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqSalah ad DinSalah Ad Din Province (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsWalpole
5/13/2007Klasno, Rhys W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaRiverside
5/14/2007Nøbbe, HenrikKonstabelDenmarkDanish Army20IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownÅrhus
5/14/2007Gonzalez, Christopher N.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireArizonaWinslow
5/14/2007Dunckley, Allen J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms firePennsylvaniaYardley
5/14/2007Self, John T.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMississippiPontotoc
5/14/2007Hartge, Nicholas S.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (nothern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, grenadesIndianaRome City
5/14/2007Wright, Thomas G.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard38International airwaysNAenroute to Landstuhl Medical CenterNon-Hostile – IllnessMichiganHolly
5/14/2007Walker, Jeffrey D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireGeorgiaMacon
5/17/2007Phelps, Coty J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaKingman
5/17/2007Fontanilla, Victor M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaStockton
5/17/2007Albrecht, Jesse B.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinHager City
5/17/2007Packer, Steven M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBabilRushdi MullahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaClovis
5/17/2007Gautier, Aaron D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireVirginiaHampton
5/17/2007Hamm, Jonathan V.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireMarylandBaltimore
5/18/2007Martinez, III, AnselmoSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqDiyalaTahrirHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasRobstown
5/18/2007Romero, Joshua G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqDiyalaTahrirHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasCrowley
5/18/2007Nash, Casey W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaTahrirHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandBaltimore
5/18/2007Brown, Scott J.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireColoradoWindsor
5/18/2007McCants, Marquis J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireTexasSan Antonio
5/18/2007Baum, Ryan J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireColoradoAurora
5/19/2007Collins, Ryan D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBabilHamiyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasVernon
5/19/2007Schumann, Jason A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaHawley
5/19/2007Haslip, Travis F.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeOoltewah
5/19/2007Varela, Alexander R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaFernley
5/19/2007Gilmore, Joseph A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaWebster
5/19/2007Behrle, David W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIowaTipton
5/19/2007Medlin, Jean P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaPelham
5/19/2007Moore, Christopher LeeStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaAlpaugh
5/19/2007Wisniewski, Justin D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBabilLatifiyaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganStandish
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
5/21/2007Brookes, JeremyCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army28IraqBasraBasra (Al Tuwaysa district)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownBirmingham
5/21/2007Davis, Michael W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (South of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasSan Marcos
5/21/2007Ardron, Brian D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdad (South of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaAcworth
5/21/2007Weaver, Shannon V.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (South of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriUrich
5/22/2007Woodall, Julian M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireFloridaTallahassee
5/22/2007Desilets, Benjamin D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireIllinoisElmwood
5/22/2007Butcher Jr., SteveStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkPenfield
5/22/2007Sauceda Jr., OscarPrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasDel Rio
5/22/2007Montgomery Jr., Robert J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadArab JabourHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaScottsburg
5/22/2007Kuehl, David C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth DakotaWahpeton
5/22/2007Worthington, Robert A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaJackson
5/22/2007Higdon, Kristopher A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasOdessa
5/23/2007Cagle, Daniel P.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarRamadi (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaCarson
5/23/2007Anzack Jr., Joseph J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBabilAl TaqaHostile – hostile fire – ambushCaliforniaTorrance
5/23/2007Winterbottom, Jonathan D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadAl NahrawanHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaFalls Church
5/23/2007Pulido, Victor H. ToledoCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadAl NahrawanHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaHanford
5/24/2007Dunham, Robert E.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandBaltimore
5/24/2007Shoemaker, Russell K.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriSweet Springs
5/24/2007Uruo, IosiwoSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqDiyalaBuhrizHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireGuamAgana Heights
5/24/2007Dembowski, Robert H.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaIvyland
5/24/2007Ashley, Benjamin J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriIndependence
5/24/2007Zylman, Casey P.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaTall Afar (died in Mosul)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganColeman
5/24/2007Caguioa, Mark R. C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21United StatesBaghdadNational Naval Medical Center, BethesdaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaStockton
5/25/2007Lindsey, David PaulLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarHabbaniyahNon-hostileSouth CarolinaSpartanburg
5/25/2007Rosa Jr., AlexanderSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaOrlando
5/25/2007LaForest, Mathew P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – ambushTexasAustin
5/26/2007Walsh, Nicholas R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fireIllinoisMillstadt
5/26/2007Millard, Gregory N.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinSalah Ad Din ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSan Diego
5/26/2007Jaurigue, Michael J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinSalah Ad Din ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasTexas City
5/26/2007Dunn II, Clayton G.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinSalah Ad Din ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaMoreno Valley
5/26/2007Bailey III, William LeeSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard29IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaBellevue
5/26/2007Trussel Jr., Francis M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisLincoln
5/26/2007Blodgett, Clinton C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaPekin
5/26/2007Smallwood, Erich S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard23IraqSalah ad DinBalad (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasTrumann
5/26/2007Hester, Charles B.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoCataldo
5/27/2007Villarreal, EmmanuelLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21KuwaitNAKuwait Naval BaseNon-hostile – vehicle accidentTexasEagle Pass
5/28/2007McFall, Thomas M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaGlendora
5/28/2007Heidtman, Keith N.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – helicopter downConnecticutNorwich
5/28/2007Church, Theodore U.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – helicopter downOhioNot reported yet
5/28/2007Sanchez, Junior CedenoPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaMiami
5/28/2007Alexeev, Alexandre A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaAbu SaydaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaWilmington
5/28/2007Summers, III, James E.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaAbu SaydaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriBourbon
5/28/2007Baker, Zachary D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaAbu SaydaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasVilonia
5/28/2007Ewing, Anthony D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaAbu SaydaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaPhoenix
5/28/2007West, Kile G.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaAbu SaydaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasPasadena
5/29/2007Markham, Jonathan A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaAbu SaydaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasBedford
5/29/2007Weiglein, Joseph M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyAudubon
5/29/2007Correa, Richard V.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackHawaiiHonolulu
5/29/2007Liggett, Robert A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadRustamiyahNon-hostileIllinoisUrbana
5/29/2007White, DooneweySpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaMilpitas
5/30/2007Lundin, James E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkBellport
5/30/2007Moore, Joshua M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyRussellville
5/30/2007Cuellar, Bacilio E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasOdessa
5/31/2007Bean, Matthew A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22United StatesBabilBethesda Naval Hosp., MDHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireMassachusettsPembroke
5/31/2007Baylis, Matthew E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew YorkOakdale
5/31/2007Domino, Chadrick O.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasEnnis
6/1/2007Atkins, Travis W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBabilYusufiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMontanaBozeman
6/1/2007Campos, Juan F.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27United StatesBaghdadBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED, rpgTexasMcAllen
6/1/2007Horner, Bruce E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army43IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireVirginiaNewport News
6/2/2007Costello, Jeremiah D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaQayyarahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisCarlinville
6/2/2007Nepsa, Keith V.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaQayyarahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioNew Philadelphia
6/2/2007Catalan, RomelSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Ameriyah)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaLos Angeles
6/2/2007Crouch, William J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaAl HadidHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaZachary
6/2/2007Dehn, Dariek E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqDiyalaSharkatHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonSpangle
6/2/2007Dressler, Shawn E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSanta Maria
6/3/2007Brown, Joshua D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaTampa
6/3/2007Watt, Kimel L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkBrooklyn
6/3/2007Surber, Robert A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaInverness
6/3/2007Kritz, Tyler J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinEagle River
6/3/2007Akin, James C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew MexicoAlbuquerque
6/3/2007Gagarin, Greg P.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaLos Angeles
6/3/2007Christopher, Caleb P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaChandler
6/5/2007Verdeja, Justin A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaLa Puente
6/5/2007Higgins, Andrews J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaHayward
6/5/2007Balmer, Ryan A.Technical SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force33IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaMishawaka
6/5/2007Kuglics, Matthew J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force25IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioNorth Canton
6/6/2007Cole Jr., Timothy B.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaAs SadiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasMissouri City
6/6/2007Soper, MatthewSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard25IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
6/6/2007Gajdos, Shawn D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireMichiganGrand Rapids
6/6/2007Sutton, Greg L.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaSpring Lake
6/7/2007Wilson, RodneyCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army30IraqBasraAl-Atiyah districtHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownRinteln, Germany
6/7/2007Newman, William N.Senior AirmanUnited StatesU.S. Air Force23IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeKingston Springs
6/9/2007Endlich, Cory M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaTajiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOhioMassillon
6/9/2007Miller, Scott A.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireWyomingCasper
6/9/2007Barnes, Eric M.Airman 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Air Force20IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioLorain
6/10/2007Long, Brian M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – explosionWyomingBurns
6/10/2007Herold, Adam G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqKarbalaKarbalaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaOmaha
6/10/2007Ngiraked, MeresebangCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqKarbalaKarbalaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownKoror
6/10/2007Fender, LlythanieleCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqKarbalaKarbalaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonMedical Lake
6/11/2007Payne, Cameron K.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaCorona
6/11/2007Felix, Glade L.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Air Force52QatarNAAl Udeid Air BaseNon-hostileGeorgiaLake Park
6/12/2007Johnson, William C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaOxford
6/12/2007Strong, Johnny R.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarKarmahHostile – hostile fireTexasWaco
6/12/2007Legrand, Damon G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, rpgCaliforniaLakeside
6/13/2007Carriker, Casey S.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinKirkukNon-hostileWashingtonHoquiam
6/14/2007Hollopeter, Josiah W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyah (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSan Diego
6/14/2007Borm, Val JohnSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaSidney
6/14/2007Elazzouzi, FaridSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve26IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyPaterson
6/14/2007Roberts, Derek T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaGold River
6/14/2007Bechert, Michael A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24United StatesBaghdadSan Antonio, TexasHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaNew Castle
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
6/14/2007Brisky, Dustin R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve26IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – explosionTexasRound Rock
6/14/2007Parker, Richard K.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard26IraqQadisiyahCSC ScaniaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMainePhillips
6/15/2007Sonnenberg, Kevin H.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Air National Guard42IraqSalah ad DinBalad (Balad Air Base)Non-hostile – jet crashOhioMcClure
6/15/2007Pittman, Michael PatrickPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireIowaDavenport
6/16/2007Cartwright, JamesLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army21IraqBasraAs Sarraji districtNon-hostile – vehicle accidentUnknownLondon
6/16/2007Grass, Zachary A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadRashidiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioBeach City
6/16/2007Soto, Danny R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadRashidiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHouston
6/16/2007Walkup IV, Frank B.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqKirkukRashaadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeWoodbury
6/18/2007Wilkey Jr., David A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaElkhart
6/18/2007Snell, Eric L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part) (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew JerseyTrenton
6/18/2007Parks Jr., LarryPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBabilAl JaborHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaAltoona
6/18/2007Tracy, Jacob T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisPalestine
6/18/2007Sandoval, Frank M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27United StatesSalah ad DinTikrit (died in Palo Alto, CA)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireArizonaYuma
6/19/2007Linder, Darryl W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaHickory
6/19/2007Modgling, Joshua S.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Muhammad al Ali)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaLas Vegas
6/19/2007Zapfe, William A.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Muhammad al Ali)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyMuldraugh
6/20/2007Harding, PaulMajorUnited KingdomBritish Army48IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireUnknownWinchester
6/20/2007Wilson, Stephen J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarSaqlawiyahHostile – hostile fireGeorgiaDuluth
6/20/2007Martin, Shawn P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine30IraqAnbarSaqlawiyahHostile – hostile fireNew YorkDelmar
6/20/2007Hubbell, Darren P.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaTifton
6/20/2007Bentz III, David J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyNewfield
6/20/2007Charfauros Jr., Joe G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorthern Mariana IslandsRota
6/20/2007Brookshire, Sid W.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriWillard
6/21/2007Leemhuis, Thomas R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaBinger
6/21/2007Hebert, Anthony D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaLake City
6/21/2007Wood, Ryan M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaOklahoma City
6/21/2007Agami, Daniel J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaCoconut Creek
6/21/2007Montenegro II, Alphonso J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkFar Rockaway
6/21/2007Spencer Jr., Raymond N.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southwest part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireCaliforniaCarmichael
6/21/2007Clifton, Karen N.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – RPG attackFloridaLehigh Acres
6/21/2007Veitch, Jerimiah J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackOklahomaDibble
6/22/2007Rigby, JohnCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army24IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownRye, East Sussex
6/22/2007Rodriguez, Dominic N.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – injuryOregonKlamath Falls
6/22/2007Gamble Jr., Carter A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinDuraiyaHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaBrownstown
6/22/2007Montpetit, Michael J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – injuryHawaiiHonolulu
6/23/2007Stinson, Shane M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part – Mualameen)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireCaliforniaFullerton
6/23/2007Davis, ChrisSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part – Mualameen)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireTexasLubbock
6/23/2007Moody Jr., Michael D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part – Mualameen)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireVirginiaRichmond
6/23/2007Calhoun, Derek A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaOklahoma City
6/23/2007Malone, Jimy M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasWills Point
6/23/2007House, Joel A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMaineLee
6/23/2007Riordan, Daniel P.LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriSt. Louis
6/23/2007Brown, William E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireAlabamaPhil Campbell
6/23/2007Nathan, Jason D.Airman 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Air Force22IraqSalah ad DinTikritHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaMacon
6/23/2007Dahl, Joel A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew MexicoLos Lunas
6/23/2007Kenny, Joseph P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostileOregonVeneta
6/24/2007Palmer, Eric C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21GermanySalah ad DinLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireKansasMaize
6/24/2007Byrd III, Henry G.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20GermanyNALandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Non-hostile – injuryNew MexicoVeguita
6/25/2007Craig Jr., AndrePrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackConnecticutNew Haven
6/25/2007Moretti, Trista L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBabilLatifiyaHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackNew JerseySouth Plainfield
6/26/2007Winder, Nathan L.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUtahBlanding
6/26/2007Dixon, Derek C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarSaqlawiyahHostile – hostile fireOhioRiverside
6/27/2007Newsome, Daniel A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsChicopee
6/28/2007Kerr, James (Jamie)PrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army20IraqBasraBasra (Al Amtahiya district)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownCowdenbeath
6/28/2007Kennedy, ScottPrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army20IraqBasraBasra (Al Amtahiya district)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownOakley, Dunfermline
6/28/2007Joszko, PaulCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army28IraqBasraBasra (Al Amtahiya district)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownMountain Ash
6/28/2007Hiltz, Cory F.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireCaliforniaLa Verne
6/28/2007Workman II, Dustin L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireNebraskaGreenwood
6/28/2007Mendoza, Giann C. JoyaSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireCaliforniaNorth Hollywood
6/28/2007Martinez, Michael J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireCaliforniaChula Vista
6/28/2007Kim, Shin W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireCaliforniaFullerton
6/28/2007Crow Jr., William W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasGrandview Plaza
6/29/2007Adair, James L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasCarthage
6/30/2007Rolfing, Robb L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMassachusettsMilton
7/1/2007Rossi, Jonathan M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireFloridaSafety Harbor
7/1/2007Garcia, Victor A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaRialto
7/1/2007Buchan, Raymond R.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqAnbarTa’meemHostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaJohnston
7/1/2007Ruoff Jr., Michael L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqAnbarTa’meemHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaYosemite
7/1/2007Schill, Juan M. GarciaLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarTa’meemHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOregonGrants Pass
7/1/2007Chambers, William C.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAlbu Hyatt – Euphrates RiverNon-hostile – drowningGeorgiaRinggold
7/1/2007Tinnel, Jeremy L.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAlbu Hyatt – Euphrates RiverNon-hostile – accidentVirginiaMechanicsville
7/2/2007Rutherford, Christopher N.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqAnbarAl AsadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioNewport
7/2/2007Apineru, Faoa L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve31IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaYorba Linda
7/4/2007Davis, Steven A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – grenadeVirginiaWoodbridge
7/4/2007Oswell, Scott A.M.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostile – helicopter crashWashingtonNot reported yet
7/4/2007Engstrom, Andrew T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostileTexasSlaton
7/5/2007Ring, Michelle R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – mortar attackTennesseeMartin
7/5/2007Vinnedge, Anthony M.K.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard24IraqBaghdadRadwaniyah Palace ComplexNon-hostileOhioOkeana
7/5/2007Kline, Keith A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioOak Harbor
7/5/2007Ahearn, James M.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army43IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaConcord
7/5/2007Stacy, Steven A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireOregonCoos Bay
7/5/2007Allbaugh, Jeremy D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl QaimHostile – hostile fireOklahomaLuther
7/5/2007Stacey, Jeremy L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasBismarck
7/6/2007Vakabua, EdwardRiflemanUnited KingdomBritish Army23IraqBasraBasra (Basra Palace)Non-hostile – manslaughterUnknownUnknown
7/6/2007Lill, Eric A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadRustamiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisChicago
7/6/2007Wiens, Kory D.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonIndependence
7/6/2007Salazar Jr., Bruce C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaTracy
7/6/2007Lamie, Gene L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBabilBaghdad (South of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaHomerville
7/6/2007Wilson, Le Ron A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army18IraqBabilBaghdad (South of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkQueens
7/6/2007Daugherty, Steven PhillipPetty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (vicinity of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaBarstow
7/6/2007McRill, Robert RichardPetty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy42IraqBaghdadBaghdad (vicinity of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaLake Placid
7/6/2007Lewis, Jason DalePetty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy30IraqBaghdadBaghdad (vicinity of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackConnecticutBrookfield
7/6/2007Lockey, Jon M.ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army44IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileVirginiaFredericksburg
7/7/2007Francis, RyanLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army23IraqBasraBasra (Al Mudhara district)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownLlanelli
7/7/2007Causor Jr., Roberto J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSan Jose
7/7/2007DeLoach, Jerry L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army45United StatesNAFort Knox, KYNon-hostile – injuryGeorgiaJackson
7/8/2007Read, ChristopherCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army22IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownPoole in Dorset
7/8/2007Dore, Jason E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (west of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMaineMoscow
7/10/2007Ortiz, Maria I.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Green Zone)Hostile – hostile fire – mortar attackPuerto RicoBayamon
7/11/2007McKinney, Jeffrey R.1st SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqBaghdadAdhamiyahNon-hostile – suicide – gunshot woundTexasGarland
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
7/11/2007Johnson, Courtney T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBesmayaHostile – hostile fireNorth CarolinaGarner
7/14/2007Greka, Allen A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadJisr DiyalaHostile – hostile fire – land mineMichiganAlpena
7/14/2007Kube, Christopher D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army18IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganSterling Heights
7/14/2007Massey, John R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near) (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasJudsonia
7/15/2007Bartlett Jr., Benjamin B.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackGeorgiaManchester
7/15/2007Holke, Eric M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard31IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostileCaliforniaCrestline
7/15/2007Varga, Robert D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileMissouriMonroe City
7/16/2007Starkovich, Shawn V.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarHabbaniyahNon-hostileWashingtonArlington
7/17/2007Posadzy, JaroslawMajorPolandPolish Army39IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahNon-Hostile – IllnessUnknownNot reported yet
7/17/2007Bobb, Brandon K.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaOrlando
7/17/2007Joshua Jr., Ron J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasAustin
7/17/2007Barnes, Nathan S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Rushdi Mullah)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUtahAmerican Fork
7/17/2007Wade, Patrick L.Chief Petty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Navy38IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaKey West
7/17/2007Chaney, Jeffrey L.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy35IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaOmaha
7/17/2007Harrelson, James J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaDadeville
7/18/2007Clouser, ZacharySpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadAdhamiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms firePennsylvaniaDover
7/18/2007Gomez, Daniel E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadAdhamiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireGeorgiaWarner Robbins
7/18/2007Gilmore III, RichardSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadAdhamiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireAlabamaJasper
7/18/2007Gutierrez-Rosales, Luis E.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqBaghdadAdhamiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireCaliforniaBakersfield
7/19/2007McFerran, PeterSenior AircraftsmanUnited KingdomBritish Royal Air Force24IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackUnknownConnahs Quay
7/19/2007Dunsmore, ChristopherSenior AircraftsmanUnited KingdomBritish Royal Air Force29IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackUnknownLeicester
7/19/2007Caulwell, MatthewSenior AircraftsmanUnited KingdomBritish Royal Air Force22IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackUnknownBirmingham
7/19/2007Coffelt, Ronald L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaFair Oaks
7/19/2007Craig, Brandon M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKarbalaHusayniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandEarleville
7/20/2007Butler, Rhett A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaKhan Bani SaadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasFort Worth
7/21/2007Flowers, Timothy DarrenLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army25IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackUnknownLondonderry
7/21/2007Schmuecker, Jacob S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaAtkinson
7/21/2007Scherer, Christopher G.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireNew YorkEast Northport
7/22/2007Adams, Shawn G.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadOwasetHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaDixon
7/22/2007Twitty, Bobby L.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRamadiNon-hostile – vehicle accidentTexasBedias
7/24/2007Finch, Courtney D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqNinewaQayyarahNon-hostileKansasLeavenworth
7/24/2007Zindars, Matthew R.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRushidiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinWatertown
7/24/2007McRae, James H.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarRushidiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasSpringtown
7/24/2007Lynch, Robert A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarRushidiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyLouisville
7/24/2007Noble, Daniel S.HospitalmanUnited StatesU.S. Navy21IraqDiyalaRushidiyahHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaWhittier
7/24/2007Mattero, Joshua P.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSan Diego
7/24/2007Florexil, CamySpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia
7/25/2007Leckel, Daniel A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOregonMedford
7/26/2007Rodriguez Jr., JaimeSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqAnbarSaqlawiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaOxnard
7/26/2007Bilbrey Jr., Charles E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarSaqlawiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkOwego
7/26/2007Howdeshell, William R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqAnbarSaqlawiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaNorfolk
7/26/2007Baloga, Michael A.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonEverett
7/29/2007Grater, Cody C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – direct fireFloridaSpring Hill
7/29/2007Suliveras, WilbertoStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – small arms firePuerto RicoHumacao
7/30/2007Stokes, Sean A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaAuburn
7/30/2007Kessler, Jason M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqNANorthern IraqHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackWashingtonMount Vernon
7/31/2007Edwards, SteveCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army35IraqBasraBasra (Al Mudhara district)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownSutton Coldfield
7/31/2007Jairala, Alfred H.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaHialeah
7/31/2007Heinlein Jr., Charles T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganHemlock
7/31/2007Gonzalez, Zachariah J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaNot reported yet
7/31/2007Maddies, Stephen R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard41IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTennesseeElizabethton
7/31/2007Reyes, Daniel F.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadTunisHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireCaliforniaSan Diego
7/31/2007Marshall, Bradley W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadTunisHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireArkansasLittle Rock
8/1/2007Bachman, Travis S.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard30IraqBasraBasra (died in Mosul)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasGarden City
8/2/2007Rios, Julian InglesMaster SergentUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard52IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – RPG attackPuerto RicoAnasco
8/2/2007Salinas, Eric D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHouston
8/2/2007Rojas-Gallego, CristianSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaLoganville
8/2/2007Santos, FernandoStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasSan Antonio
8/2/2007Vasquez, CristianLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl QaimHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaCoalinga
8/4/2007Murchison, Matthew M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriIndependence
8/4/2007Long, Braden J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – RPG attackTexasSherman
8/4/2007Holliday, Jaron D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadHawr RajabHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaTulsa
8/4/2007Lafleur, Jason K.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadHawr RajabHostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoIgnacio
8/4/2007Wakeman, Dustin S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadHawr RajabHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasFort Worth
8/5/2007Leonard Jr., Charles E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – RPG attackLouisianaMonroe
8/5/2007Link, Joey D.Technical SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force29GermanyNALandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Non-hostile – natural causesTennesseePortland
8/5/2007Blackwell, Justin R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireTennesseeParis
8/5/2007Bohannon, Jeremy S.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army18IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireTennesseeBon Aqua
8/6/2007Barber, CraigPrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army20IraqBasraBasra (Al Fursi district)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownOgmore Vale
8/6/2007Khan, Kareem R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyManahawkin
8/6/2007Alcantara, Juan M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkNot reported yet
8/6/2007Gummersall, Nicholas A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoChubbuck
8/6/2007Thompson, Jacob M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaNorth Mankato
8/6/2007Neiberger, Christopher T.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaGainesville
8/7/2007Beard, MartinLeading AircraftmanUnited KingdomBritish Royal Air Force20IraqBasraBasra (Al Waki district)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownRainworth
8/7/2007Armand, ReynoldCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostileNew YorkRochester
8/7/2007Bonnell Jr., Jon E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireIowaFort Dodge
8/8/2007Young, Donald M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMontanaHelena
8/9/2007Casey, ChrisLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army27IraqBasraRumaylah oilfields (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownLondon
8/9/2007Redpath, KirkLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army22IraqBasraRumaylah oilfields (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownRomford
8/9/2007Birchett, Alicia A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – accidentMassachusettsMashpee
8/9/2007Tayaotao, Michael E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqAnbarHadithaHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaSunnyvale
8/10/2007Duran, Joan J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinTikritNon-hostileMassachusettsRoxbury
8/11/2007Edwards, William L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireTexasHouston
8/11/2007Penrod, Justin O.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadArab JabourHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisMahomet
8/11/2007Lancaster, Andrew W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadArab JabourHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisStockton
8/11/2007Kirkpatrick, Scott L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadArab JabourHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaReston
8/11/2007Scates, William D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadArab JabourHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaOklahoma City
8/13/2007Howells, Alun R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fireColoradoParlin
8/13/2007Pacificador, Paulomarko U.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqNinewaQayyarahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkShirley
8/13/2007Lopez Jr., Juan M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqNinewaQayyarahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasSan Antonio
8/13/2007Cottrell, Eric D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army39IraqNinewaQarrayahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaPittsview
8/14/2007Hensel, Shawn D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaLogansport
8/14/2007Jewell, Steven R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqAnbarAl Taqaddum Air Base (vicinity of)Non-hostile – helicopter crashNorth CarolinaBridgeton
8/14/2007Reynolds, Stanley B.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqAnbarAl Taqaddum Air Base (vicinity of)Non-hostile – helicopter crashWest VirginiaRock
8/14/2007Fisher, Sean P.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqAnbarAl Taqaddum Air Base (vicinity of)Non-hostile – helicopter crashCaliforniaSantee
8/14/2007McFarlane Jr, Jackie L.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqAnbarAl Taqaddum Air Base (vicinity of)Non-hostile – helicopter crashVirginiaVirginia Beach
8/14/2007Johnson, ChristopherChief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqAnbarAl Taqaddum Air Base (vicinity of)Non-hostile – helicopter crashMichiganGrand Rapids
8/15/2007Walker, Zandra T.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireSouth CarolinaGreenville
8/15/2007Samuels, Princess C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireMarylandMitchellville
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
8/15/2007Pirelli, Robert R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMassachusettsFranklin
8/16/2007Block, Kamisha J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileTexasVidor
8/16/2007Norris, Paul B.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileTexasCullman
8/16/2007Powell-Kerchief, Willard M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTarmiya (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaEvansville
8/17/2007Edds, Jonathan W.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireMichiganWhite Pigeon
8/19/2007Fielder, Michael S.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileNorth CarolinaHolly Springs
8/21/2007Witham, Donovan D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (West of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasMalvern
8/21/2007Britt, Sandy R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaApopka
8/22/2007Tyler, Corry PaulCaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashGeorgiaNot reported yet
8/22/2007Flynn, Paul J.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashNorth CarolinaWhitsett
8/22/2007Tallman, Matthew L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashCaliforniaGroveland
8/22/2007Torres, Omar E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (west of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisChicago
8/22/2007Cardenas, Edgar E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Abu Ghurayb)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaLilburn
8/22/2007Hubbard, Nathan C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashCaliforniaClovis
8/22/2007Harmon, Joshua S.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashOhioMentor
8/22/2007Hook, Michael A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashPennsylvaniaAltoona
8/22/2007Brodnick, Phillip J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashIllinoisNew Lenox
8/22/2007Pollard, Jessy G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashMissouriSpringfield
8/22/2007McLead, Garrett I.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashTexasRockport
8/22/2007Paton, Jason L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashCaliforniaPoway
8/22/2007Dobogai, Derek A.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashWisconsinFond du Lac
8/22/2007Seideman, Tyler R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashArkansasLincoln
8/22/2007Bouffard, Jeremy P.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashMassachusettsMiddlefield
8/22/2007Bell, Rickey L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqKirkukMultakaNon-hostile – helicopter crashMissouriCaruthersville
8/23/2007Elizalde, Adrian M.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonNorth Bend
8/23/2007Tully, Michael J.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaFalls Creek
8/24/2007Heringes, David A.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqSalah ad DinTikrit (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaTampa
8/25/2007Medlicott, Matthew S.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumHostile – hostile fireTexasHouston
8/26/2007Ramirez, Rogelio A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarSaqlawiyahHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaPasadena
8/26/2007Willis, Tracy C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasMarshall
8/26/2007Morley, Joshua L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIdahoBoise
8/28/2007Collins Jr., James S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve35IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fireMichiganRochester Hills
8/29/2007Foster, Erick M.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyah (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaWexford
8/29/2007Tanner, John C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAlbu HyattHostile – hostile fireGeorgiaColumbus
8/29/2007Brooks, Edward L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioDayton
8/29/2007Nelson, Andrew PStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fireMinnesotaMoorhead
8/29/2007Sanders, Justin T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostileLouisianaWatson
8/30/2007Virgadamo, Travis M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostileNevadaLas Vegas
8/30/2007Butkus, Jason M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackNew JerseyWest Milford
8/30/2007Scheibner, Daniel E.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqNinewaAl NoorHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganMuskegon
8/31/2007Gilbertson, Kevin A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24GermanyAnbarLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr. (Ramadi)Hostile – hostile fireIowaCedar Rapids
9/1/2007Patton, Christopher G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileGeorgiaLawrenceville
9/2/2007White, DelmarStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard37IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyWallins
9/4/2007Shelton, Randol S.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisSchiller Park
9/4/2007Lane, David J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasEmporia
9/4/2007Murray, Joel L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriKansas City
9/4/2007Johnson, Rodney J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHouston
9/5/2007Collins, EddieSergeantUnited KingdomBritish Army1IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownNot reported yet
9/5/2007Nurnberg, Keith A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fireIllinoisMcHenry
9/5/2007Paredes, Javier G.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – RPG attackTexasSan Antonio
9/5/2007Balcon, Dane R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoColorado Springs
9/5/2007Warford III, William T.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinAd DujaylHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasTemple
9/5/2007Cooper Jr., David A.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – weapon dischargePennsylvaniaState College
9/6/2007Yarbrough, Michael J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarAlbu HyattHostile – hostile fireArkansasMalvern
9/6/2007Stock, John C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine26IraqAnbarAlbu HyattHostile – hostile fireTexasLongview
9/6/2007Scripsick, Bryan J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAlbu HyattHostile – hostile fireOklahomaWayne
9/6/2007Poole Jr., Christopher L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAlbu HyattHostile – hostile fire – suicide truck bombFloridaMount Dora
9/6/2007Wilson, Lee C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaChapel Hill
9/7/2007Hernandez, Jason J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioStreetsboro
9/7/2007Hilbert, Thomas L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasVenus
9/7/2007Jensen, Drew N.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army27United StatesDiyalaSeattle (wounded in Ba’qubah)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOregonClackamas
9/7/2007Clark, Lance M.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostileTennesseeCookeville
9/7/2007Heredia, MarisolSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19United StatesBaghdadBrooke Army Med Center, TXNon-hostile – injuryCaliforniaEl Monte
9/8/2007Hopper, Nickolas LeeSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine27United StatesAnbarHavelock, IL (Hit)Hostile – hostile fireIllinoisMontrose
9/8/2007Woodward, Ryan A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near) (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaFort Wayne
9/9/2007Hollinsworth, CourtneyStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, rpgNew YorkYonkers
9/9/2007Gagalac, Alexander U.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqKirkukHawijahHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackHawaiiWahiawa
9/10/2007Phillips, Sammie E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (East of)Non-hostile – vehicle rollover (fire)KentuckyCecilia
9/10/2007Mora, Omar L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverTexasTexas City
9/10/2007Gray, Yance T.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverMontanaIsmay
9/10/2007Elrod, Steven R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverNorth CarolinaHope Mills
9/10/2007Brown-Weeks, Ari D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverMarylandAbingdon
9/10/2007Patterson, Nicholas J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverIndianaRochester
9/10/2007Hardegree, Michael C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverGeorgiaVilla Rica
9/10/2007Rivera-Santiago, GregoryStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverVirgin IslandsSt. Croix
9/10/2007Gil Orozco, Carlos E.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSan Jose
9/10/2007Hicks Jr., Jon T.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAshrafHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyAtco
9/14/2007McCloud, Christopher M.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasMalakoff
9/14/2007Rivadeneira, JonathanSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkJackson Heights
9/14/2007Motley, Todd A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganClare
9/14/2007Wagoner, Terry D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackSouth CarolinaPiedmont
9/14/2007Mele, JohnSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaBunnell
9/15/2007Allen, Terrence P.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostileNew JerseyPennsauken
9/15/2007Thorsen, Brandon T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileFloridaTrenton
9/16/2007Townes, Michael L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostileNevadaLas Vegas
9/18/2007Valentine III, Donald E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaOrange Park
9/18/2007Olson, Nicholas P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaNovato
9/18/2007Landry III, Joseph N.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaPensacola
9/18/2007Emerson, Matthew J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqNinewaNinawa ProvinceNon-hostile – vehicle accidentWashingtonEmerson
9/18/2007Walker, Aaron J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasHarker Heights
9/18/2007Jeffers, Edmund J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarAl TaqaddumNon-hostile – accidentAlabamaDaleville
9/19/2007Neff, Christian M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (West of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioLima
9/19/2007McMahon, Graham M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-Hostile – IllnessOregonCorvallis
9/20/2007Marciante Jr., LuigiPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyElizabeth
9/20/2007Hoffmaster, Roselle M.Captain (Doctor)United StatesU.S. Army32IraqKirkukKirkukNon-hostile – accidentOhioCleveland
9/21/2007Grosaru, Dumitru IoanSecond LieutenantRomaniaRomanian Army35IraqDhi QarTallilHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
9/21/2007Stansfield, MarkSergeantUnited KingdomBritish Army32IraqBasraBasra (Basra Air Station)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentUnknownOxfordshire
9/21/2007Young, John J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Camp Stryker)Non-hostileGeorgiaSavannah
9/22/2007Lankford, Jonathan M.Command Sergeant MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army42IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceNon-hostile – illness – heart attackAlabamaScottsboro
9/22/2007Reeves, Joshua H.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaWatkinsville
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
9/22/2007Watson, David L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaBa’qubahNon-hostile – accidentArkansasNewport
9/24/2007Bento, Anthony K.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSan Diego
9/25/2007Brown, Kevin R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaHarrah
9/25/2007Tomczak, Zachary B.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireSouth DakotaHuron
9/27/2007Johnson, Randy L.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackDistrict of ColumbiaWashington
9/29/2007Dixon, Donnie D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqDiyalaBaloor (near Muqdadiyah)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireFloridaMiami
9/29/2007Ayres III, Robert T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaLos Angeles
9/29/2007Doster, James D.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireArkansasPine Bluff
9/29/2007Vidhyarkorn, ChirasakSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahNon-hostileNew YorkQueens
9/30/2007Choghoshvili, ZurabCorporalGeorgiaGeorgian Army26IraqWasitWasit ProvinceNon-hostile – suicideUnknownNot reported yet
9/30/2007Olguin, RandellSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasRalls
10/1/2007Murkerson Jr., Herman J.Gunnery SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine35IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireAlabamaAdger
10/1/2007Schnell, Shayna AnnSeaman ApprenticeUnited StatesU.S. Navy19United Arab EmiratesNABahrainNon-hostile – vehicle accidentIndianaTell City
10/3/2007Orzechowski, BartoszPlutonowyPolandPolish Government29IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownZamosc
10/4/2007Milo, AvealaloSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaHayward
10/4/2007Rodriguez, Ricardo X.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPuerto RicoArecibo
10/4/2007Kamka, Vincent G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqNinewaBaijiNon-hostileWashingtonEverett
10/5/2007Marchand, Jason N.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeast part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackWest VirginiaGreenwood
10/5/2007Milledge, Joseph B.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeast part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasPointblank
10/5/2007Hugo, Rachael L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve24IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireWisconsinMadison
10/6/2007Meza, Gilberto A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaOxnard
10/7/2007Dillon, Benjamin C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNANothern IraqHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOhioRootstown
10/8/2007Burris, Jeremy W.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireWashingtonTacoma
10/10/2007Cady III, Frank L.Not reported yetUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileCaliforniaSacramento
10/10/2007Lantieri, Jason M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBabilIskandariyahNon-hostile – vehicle accidentConnecticutKillingworth
10/10/2007Clamens, LillianStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve35IraqBaghdadCamp Victory (at Baghdad Airport)Hostile – hostile fire – rocket attackOklahomaLawton
10/10/2007Pearson, Samuel F.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve28IraqBaghdadCamp Victory (at Baghdad Airport)Hostile – hostile fire – rocket attackOhioWesterville
10/10/2007Duckworth, Eric T.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasPlano
10/11/2007Munn II, Donald L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganSaint Clairs Shores
10/12/2007Thacker, Nathan Z.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army18IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasGreenbrier
10/14/2007Holmes, SarahLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army26QatarNAAl Udeid, QatarNon-hostile – vehicle accidentUnknownWantage, Oxfordshire
10/14/2007Koutroubas, Jason B.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaTall AfarNon-hostileFloridaDunnellon
10/14/2007Monschke, Justin S.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadArab JabourHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasKrum
10/14/2007Iwasinski, Kenneth J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsWest Springfield
10/14/2007Martin, Thomas M.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Al Busayifi)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireArkansasWard
10/16/2007Brown, Micheal D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20GermanyNALandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Non-Hostile – IllnessKansasWilliamsburg
10/17/2007Madero, Vincent A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaPort Hueneme
10/18/2007Fontenot, Jarred S.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireLouisianaFontenot
10/18/2007Geiger, Wayne M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaLone Pine
10/19/2007Garoutte, Erik T.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileCaliforniaSantee
10/22/2007Gresham, Genesia MattrilSeamanUnited StatesU.S. Navy19BahrainNABahrainNon-hostileGeorgiaLithonia
10/22/2007Camacho, Anamarie SannicolasSeamanUnited StatesU.S. Navy20BahrainNABahrainNon-hostileFloridaPanama City
10/24/2007Chitjian, Adam J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army39IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaPhiladelphia
10/24/2007Towns Sr., Robin L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard52IraqNinewaBaijiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandUpper Marlboro
10/26/2007Lambert, David E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army39IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaCedar Bluff
10/30/2007Jenkins, Rush “Mickey” MarshallPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireTennesseeClarksville
10/30/2007Carver, Cody M.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireOklahomaof Haskell
10/30/2007McCall, Daniel L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBabilSalman Pak (died in Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireFloridaPace
10/31/2007Smitherman, Brandon W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasConroe
10/31/2007McGovern, Timothy I.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaNot reported yet
10/31/2007Griese, Louis A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinSturgeon Bay
11/1/2007Schuldheiss, Nathan J.CivilianUnited StatesU.S. Air Force27IraqSalah ad DinBalad (near Balad Air Base)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackRhode IslandNewport
11/1/2007Wieger, David A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force28IraqSalah ad DinBalad (near Balad Air Base)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaNorth Huntingdon
11/1/2007Crowell, Thomas A.Master SergentUnited StatesU.S. Air Force36IraqSalah ad DinBalad (near Balad Air Base)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriNeosho
11/1/2007Alger, Tracy Lynn2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadShubayshenHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinNew Auburn
11/2/2007Filipek, AndrzejPlutonowyPolandPolish Army31IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyah (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownSporniak
11/3/2007Covert Jr., Dwane A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinAl SahraNon-hostile – explosionNew YorkTonawanda
11/5/2007Muller, Adam J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqKirkukTal Al-DahabHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVermontUnderhill
11/5/2007Stenroos, Derek T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqKirkukTal Al-DahabHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlaskaNorth Pole
11/5/2007Linde, John D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqKirkukTal Al-DahabHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkNew York
11/5/2007Davis, Carletta S.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqKirkukTal Al-DahabHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlaskaAnchorage
11/5/2007Bewley, Kevin R.Petty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy27IraqSalah ad DinSalah Ad Din ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasHector
11/5/2007Shaw, Daniel J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostileNew YorkWest Seneca
11/6/2007Ndururi, Christine M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21KuwaitNACamp ArifjanNon-Hostile – IllnessMassachusettsDracut
11/7/2007Tumanuvao, LuiSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadArab JabourHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAmerican SamoaFagaalu
11/7/2007Tiffner, Benjamin D.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWest VirginiaNot reported yet
11/9/2007Franklin, Jermaine D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaJisr NaftHostile – hostile fire – IED, grenadesTexasArlington
11/12/2007Vanek, Joseph M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIllinoisElmhurst
11/12/2007Sietsema, AshleySpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20KuwaitNAKuwait CityNon-hostile – vehicle accidentIllinoisMelrose Park
11/13/2007Schmidt, Peter W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqDiyalaMukhisaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaEureka
11/13/2007Kruse, Christopher R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaMukhisaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKansasEmporia
11/13/2007Mason, Casey P.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaMosul (near)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMichiganLake
11/14/2007Booker, Kenneth R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqDiyalaMukhisaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaVevay
11/14/2007Banks, Derek R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard24United StatesBaghdadSan Antonio, TexasHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaNewport News
11/14/2007Burks, Peter H.2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasDallas
11/16/2007Lewis, Mason L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – accidentVirginiaGloucester
11/16/2007Ganczewski, Steven C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkNiagara Falls
11/18/2007Nelson, Christopher J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberWashingtonRochester
11/18/2007Lee, Jason T.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqDiyalaBa’qubah (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberMichiganFruitport
11/18/2007Ferrero, Marius L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberFloridaMiami
11/19/2007Ayala, AlejandroStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force26KuwaitNAKuwaitNon-hostile – vehicle accidentCaliforniaRiverside
11/20/2007Fitzsimmons, LeeTrooperUnited KingdomBritish Army26IraqBabilSalman PakNon-hostile – helicopter crashUnknownYaxley
11/20/2007Battersby, JohnSergeantUnited KingdomBritish Army1IraqBabilSalman PakNon-hostile – helicopter crashUnknownLancashire
11/20/2007Paredez Jr., Alfred G.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaLas Vegas
11/21/2007Henley Jr., Melvin L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Camp Stryker)Non-hostileMississippiJackson
11/22/2007Martin, Jonathon L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army33GermanyNARegensburg, GermanyHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioBellevue
11/27/2007Garrison, Benjamin J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinAmerliHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHouston
11/27/2007Cortes, Isaac T.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqSalah ad DinAmerliHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkBronx
11/28/2007Roberts, Allen C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostile – vehicle accidentIllinoisArcola
11/28/2007Tobiason, John J.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army42IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMinnesotaBloomington
11/30/2007Emery, Blair WilliamCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMaineLee
12/1/2007Reece, Matthew K.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasHarrison
12/3/2007Dayton, KyleSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqAnbarAshwahNon-hostile – vehicle accidentCaliforniaEl Dorado Hills
12/4/2007White, Dewayne L.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisCountry Club Hills
12/4/2007Hernandez, Eric J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyWaldwick
12/5/2007Snyder, Adam P.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqSalah ad DinBayji (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaFort Pierce
12/9/2007Pickering, Randy W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileMinnesotaBovey
12/10/2007Lahmann, Johnathan A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaBaijiHostile – hostile fire – IED attack (suicide vehicIndianaRichmond
12/11/2007Carter, Mark T.Chief Petty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Navy27IraqNAIraq – details not releasedHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaFallbrook
12/13/2007Ferguson, StephenGuardsmanUnited KingdomBritish Army31IraqBasraSelly Oak Hospital, Birmingham, EnglandNon-hostile – vehicle accidentUnknownLanarkshire
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
12/13/2007Naylor, Brynn J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew MexicoRoswell
12/13/2007Kelsey, Samuel E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadTunisHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasTroup
12/13/2007Smith, Daren A.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileMontanaHelena
12/14/2007Lowery, Jonathan A.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMaineHoulton
12/15/2007Pratt, Austin D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Died in Balad)Non-hostileMissouriCadet
12/17/2007McDaniel, Juctin R. P.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTaji (Camp Taji)Non-hostile – injuryNew HampshireAndover
12/20/2007Ray, Jeremy E.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqDiyalaKanaanHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberTexasHouston
12/21/2007Mgeladze, JambulCorporalGeorgiaGeorgian Army1IraqWasitAl KutNon-hostile – vehicle accidentUnknownNot reported yet
12/21/2007Howell, George J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqKirkukRiyadh (near Hawijah)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSalinas
12/25/2007Neesley, Peter C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – unspecified causeMichiganGrosse Pointe Farms
12/25/2007Tutten, Bryan J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaSt. Augustine
12/26/2007Portell, Benjamin B.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaBakersfield
12/26/2007Inman, Rowdy J.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasPanorama Village
12/30/2007Berlin Jr., Joseph R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – injuryAlabamaChelsea
12/31/2007Jeffries, Victor W.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy52KuwaitNAKuwaitNon-hostileHawaiiHonolulu
12/31/2007Lacerna, Reno S.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army44IraqNinewaQayyarahNon-Hostile – IllnessHawaiiWaipahu
1/2/2008Anderson, Joshua R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadKamasiaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMinnesotaJordan
1/2/2008Maseth, Ryan D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – negligent homicide – electrocutionPennsylvaniaPittsburgh
1/3/2008Casey, Thomas J.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqDiyalaSadiyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew MexicoAlbuquerque
1/3/2008Olmsted, Andrew J.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqDiyalaSadiyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireColoradoColorado Springs
1/4/2008Brown, Menelek M.Petty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy24International watersNAArabian GulfNon-hostile – drowningNew MexicoRoswell
1/5/2008Lemke, Jason F.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqDiyalaIbrahim Al AdhamHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinWest Allis
1/6/2008Gudridge, James D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkCarthage
1/7/2008Hanson, Timothy R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireWisconsinKenosha
1/8/2008Pannier, Phillip J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIllinoisWashburn
1/8/2008Merlo, Ivan E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSan Marcos
1/8/2008Hart, David J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinSamarra (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaLake View Terrace
1/9/2008McBride, Zachary W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaSinsilHostile – hostile fire – IED attack (house borne)OregonBend
1/9/2008Dozier, Jonathan KilianStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqDiyalaSinsilHostile – hostile fire – IED attack (house borne)TennesseeRutherford
1/9/2008Pionk, Matthew I.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqDiyalaSinsilHostile – hostile fire – IED attack (house borne)WisconsinSuperior
1/9/2008Sanders, Christopher A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaSinsilHostile – hostile fire – IED attack (house borne)New MexicoRoswell
1/9/2008Gaul, Sean M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaSinsilHostile – hostile fire – IED attack (house borne)NevadaReno
1/9/2008Davis, Todd E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaSinsilHostile – hostile fire – IED attack (house borne)MissouriRaymore
1/11/2008Christensen Jr., Curtis A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine29IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostileNew JerseyCollingswood
1/12/2008Lloyd, Keith E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqNinewaTall AfarHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinMilwaukee
1/16/2008Sharrett II, David H.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – friendly fire – small arms fireVirginiaOakton
1/19/2008Schoolcraft III, Jon M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioWapakoneta
1/19/2008Burress, Richard B.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadArab JabourHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaNaples
1/19/2008Gluff, James M.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireGeorgiaTunnel Hill
1/19/2008Whiting, Justin R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkHancock
1/22/2008Sturdivant, Michael R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqKirkukKirkukNon-hostile – vehicle accidentArkansasConway
1/25/2008Birkman, Tracy ReneeSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army41IraqBaghdadOwasetNon-hostile – injuryVirginiaNew Castle
1/25/2008Crookston, Duncan CharlesPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19United StatesBaghdadBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoDenver
1/26/2008Wilson, Robert J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaBoynton Beach
1/27/2008Rogers, Alan G.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaHampton
1/27/2008Miller, Mikeal W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22United StatesBaghdadNational Naval Medical Center, BethesdaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonAlbany
1/28/2008Young, Joshua A. R.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonRiddle
1/28/2008Meyer, Brandon A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaOrange
1/28/2008Marshall, Evan A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaAthens
1/28/2008Jeffries, Gary W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasRoscoe
1/28/2008Craig, James E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaHollywood
1/31/2008Norman, Michael A.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasKilleen
1/31/2008Schultz, David E.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqQadisiyahScaniaHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireIllinoisBlue Island
1/31/2008Straughter, Matthew F.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard27IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackMissouriSt. Charles
2/2/2008Barrett, Chad A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostileVirginiaSaltville
2/4/2008Koch, Michael E.Chief Petty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Navy29IraqNANot reported yetHostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaState College
2/4/2008Hardy, Nathan H.Chief Petty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Navy29IraqNANot reported yetHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew HampshireDurham
2/4/2008West, Christopher J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyah (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasArlington
2/5/2008Alicearivera, RafaelSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – drowningPuerto RicoBayamon
2/5/2008Baez, Miguel A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBabilMuqdadiyah (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaBonaire
2/5/2008Osmolski, John C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBabilMuqdadiyah (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaEustis
2/5/2008Van Orman, Timothy R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBabilMuqdadiyah (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaPort Matilda
2/6/2008Skelton, Bradley J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard40IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriGordonville
2/7/2008Souffront, Luis A.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy25IraqNAIraqHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaMiami
2/8/2008Willett, Gary D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaAlameda
2/8/2008Whisenhunt, Jerald A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriOrrick
2/8/2008Martin, Timothy P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaPixley
2/8/2008Manibog, Michael T.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaAlameda
2/8/2008Sweet, Jack T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqDiyalaJalawlahHostile – hostile fire – explosionNew YorkAlexandria Bay
2/10/2008Spates, Corey E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaLaGrange
2/14/2008Washington, Javares J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27KuwaitNAKuwait City (Camp Buehring)Non-hostile – vehicle accidentFloridaPensacola
2/17/2008Groepper, Chad D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIowaKingsley
2/17/2008Runyan, Luke S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaSpring Grove
2/20/2008Matlock, Jr., Micheal B.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMarylandGlen Burnie
2/20/2008Bitton, AlbertCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisChicago
2/20/2008Alvarez, ConradSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasBig Spring
2/20/2008Mackey, Bryant W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackKansasEureka
2/20/2008Raudenbush, Nathan R.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBusayefiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaRoyersford
2/21/2008Weaver, Drew W.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAnbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireMissouriSt. Charles
2/22/2008Morgan, Keisha M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-Hostile – IllnessDistrict of ColumbiaWashington
2/24/2008Phillips, Micheal E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaArdmore
2/24/2008Perez, Orlando A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasHouston
2/25/2008Mowl, Kevin S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBethesda Naval Hosp., MDHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkPittsford
2/29/2008Barwood, DuaneSergeantUnited KingdomBritish Royal Air Force41IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackUnknownCarterton, Oxfordshire
3/4/2008Frost, Christopher S.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force24IraqSalah ad DinBayjiNon-hostile – helicopter crashWisconsinWaukesha
3/7/2008Paniagua-Morales, Jose A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaSamarra (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – explosionCaliforniaBell Gardens
3/10/2008McIntosh, Scott A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberTexasHouston
3/10/2008McDavid, Robert T.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberMississippiStarkville
3/10/2008Julian, David D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberWyomingEvanston
3/10/2008Cimarrusti, Ernesto G.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberArizonaDouglas
3/10/2008Suzch, Shawn M.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberPennsylvaniaHilltown
3/10/2008Mallard, Torre R.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqDiyalaBalad RuzHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaNot reported yet
3/10/2008Burkett, Donald A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaBalad RuzHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasComanche
3/10/2008Anderson, Phillip R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaBalad RuzHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonEverett
3/11/2008West, Laurent J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqQadisiyahKishkishkiaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaRaleigh
3/12/2008Samten, Tenzin L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqDhi QarTallilHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackArizonaPrescott
3/12/2008Jackson, Dustin C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDhi QarTallilHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackTexasArlington
3/12/2008Bradley, Juantrea T.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDhi QarTallilHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackNorth CarolinaGreenville
3/15/2008O’Brien, William D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasRice
3/15/2008Brown, Lerando J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard27IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostileMississippiGulfport
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
3/17/2008Simpson, Christopher C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaHampton
3/17/2008Elledge, Michael D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army41IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaBrownsburg
3/19/2008Unruh, Gregory D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaMandaliNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverTexasDickinson
3/21/2008Maupin, Keith M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadAbu Ghuraib (north of)Hostile – hostile fireOhioBatavia
3/21/2008Smith, Tyler J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireMaineBethel
3/22/2008Stelmat, David S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew HampshireLittleton
3/22/2008Williams, David B.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaTarboro
3/22/2008Ray, II, Thomas C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard40IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaWeaverville
3/23/2008Habsieger, Andrew J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriFestus
3/23/2008Hernandez, Jose A. RubioSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasMission
3/23/2008Hake, Christopher M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaEnid
3/23/2008Delgado, GeorgePrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaPalmdale
3/25/2008Gamboa, Joseph D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireGuamYigo
3/26/2008Brown, NicholasNot reported yetUnited KingdomBritish Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownNot reported yet
3/26/2008Rundell, Gregory B.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUnknownSt. Paul
3/26/2008Candelo, Steven I.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackTexasHouston
3/27/2008Molina, Joshua A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHouston
3/28/2008Jankowski, Charles A.Not reported yetUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadArab JabourHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaPanama City
3/29/2008Miller, Patrick J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaNew Port Richey
3/29/2008Bennett, Durrell L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonSpanaway
3/29/2008Jordan, Jevon K.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32GermanyBaghdadLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr. (Abu Jassim)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaNorfolk
3/30/2008Hall, William G.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Marine38IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonSeattle
3/30/2008Gilmore, Terrell W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard38IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaBaton Rouge
3/31/2008Dhanoolal, Dayne D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkBrooklyn
4/3/2008Griffin, Travis L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackDelawareDover
4/6/2008Morris, Matthew T.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaDiyala Province (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasCedar Park
4/6/2008Burgos-Cruz, UlisesCaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaDiyala Province (Died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPuerto RicoNot reported yet
4/6/2008Wolfer, Stuart A.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Green Zone)Hostile – hostile fire – rocket attackFloridaCoral Springs
4/6/2008Scott, Stephen K.ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army54IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Green Zone)Hostile – hostile fire – rocket attackAlabamaNew Market
4/6/2008Penley, Shane D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadRustamiyahNon-hostileIllinoisSauk Village
4/6/2008Pickett, EmanuelStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard34IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaTeachey
4/6/2008McNeal, Jeremiah E.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air National Guard23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaNorfolk
4/7/2008Vaughn, Richard A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSan Diego
4/7/2008Kazarick, Jason C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackPennsylvaniaOakmont
4/7/2008Lilly, Michael T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackIdahoBoise
4/7/2008Smith, Timothy M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSouth Lake Tahoe
4/8/2008Rosenberg, Mark E.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaMiami Lakes
4/8/2008Hartley, Jeffery L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadKharguliahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHempstead
4/9/2008Fairbanks, Jacob J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – suicideMinnesotaSaint Paul
4/9/2008Tousha, Shaun P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasHull
4/9/2008Ault, Jesse A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqSalah ad DinTunis (died in Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaDublin
4/9/2008Hughes, Jeremiah C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – injuryFloridaJacksonville
4/9/2008Capra, Anthony L.Technical SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force31IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaHanford
4/11/2008German, MerlinSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine22United StatesAnbarBrooke Army Med Center, TXHostile – hostile fireNew YorkManhattan
4/12/2008Allmon, William E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaArdmore
4/14/2008Opicka, Dean D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve29IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinWaukesha
4/14/2008Nelson, Richard J.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine Reserve23IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinRacine
4/14/2008Richard III, Joseph A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaLafayette
4/14/2008Huerta-Cruz, ArturoSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinTuz KhurmatuHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaClearwater
4/18/2008Eakes, Lance O.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (north of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaApex
4/18/2008Brosh, Benjamin K.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinBaladHostile – hostile fire – IED attack (VBIED)ColoradoColorado Springs
4/20/2008Morton, Cherie L.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy40BahrainNAGalali, MuharraqNon-hostileCaliforniaBakersfield
4/21/2008Kohlhaas, Adam J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqNinewaBaijiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriPerryville
4/21/2008Christofferson, Steven J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqNinewaBaijiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinCudahy
4/21/2008Vandergrift, Matthew R.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoLittleton
4/21/2008Campos, Adrian M.Airman ApprenticeUnited StatesU.S. Navy22United Arab EmiratesNADubaiNon-hostileTexasEl Paso
4/22/2008Yale, Jonathan T.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attack (VBIED)VirginiaBurkeville
4/22/2008Haerter, Jordan C.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarRamadi (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attack (VBIED)New YorkSag Harbor
4/22/2008Harrison, Ronald R.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadFOB Falcon (near Baghdad)Non-hostile – injuryNew JerseyMorris Plains
4/23/2008Blystone, Ronald C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMissouriSpringfield
4/23/2008Cunningham, Timothy W.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqSalah ad DinGolden HillsNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverTexasCollege Station
4/23/2008Bishop, John T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinGolden HillsNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverMichiganGaylord
4/23/2008Ramirez, Guadalupe CervantesSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26KuwaitNACamp ArifjanNon-hostile – vehicle accidentArizonaMohave Valley
4/24/2008Whitehead, Shaun J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBabilIskandariyahHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireGeorgiaCommerce
4/27/2008Dix, William T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army32KuwaitNACamp BuehringNon-hostileCaliforniaCulver City
4/28/2008Stone, Mark A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireTexasBuchanan Dam,
4/28/2008Mathes, Marcus C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireFloridaZephyrhills
4/28/2008Marion, Adam L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireNorth CarolinaMount Airy
4/28/2008McCormick, David P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (western part)Hostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireTexasFresno
4/29/2008Bolander, Bryan E.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaBakersfield
4/29/2008Craig, Clay A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasMesquite
4/30/2008Ezell, Lawrence D.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasPortland
4/30/2008Tucker, Ronald J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoFountain
4/30/2008Pearson, Andrew. R.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMontanaBillings
4/30/2008Caldwell, Chad A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonSpokane
5/1/2008Nichols, Jeffrey F.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (central)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attack (VBIED)TexasGranite Shoals
5/1/2008Martinez, Glen E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine31IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoBoulder
5/1/2008Kimple, James F.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioCarroll
5/1/2008Guzman, Miguel A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaNorwalk
5/1/2008Casanova, Casey L.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMississippiMcComb
5/2/2008Gvenetadze, ZuraCorporalGeorgiaGeorgian Army1IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
5/2/2008Margiev, GiorgiLieutenantGeorgiaGeorgian Army1IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownNot reported yet
5/2/2008Hicks, Corey L.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaGlendale
5/6/2008Gonzalez, Alex D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fire, rpgTexasMission
5/6/2008Ward, Aaron J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqAnbarAnbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaJacinto
5/9/2008Jaenichen, Mary J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBabilIskandariyahNon-hostile – injuryCaliforniaTemecula
5/10/2008Ford, Joseph A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard23IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostile – vehicle accidentIndianaKnox
5/11/2008Ellis, Jessica A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonBend
5/14/2008Cota, Victor M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Kadamiyah)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaTucson
5/15/2008Daggett, John K.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21CanadaBaghdadHalifax, CanadaHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackArizonaPhoenix
5/18/2008Haunert, Branden P.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinTikritHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioBlue Ash
5/22/2008Norris, Kyle PhillipPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBabilIskandariyah (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioZanesville
5/25/2008Dene, Jason F.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – injuryVermontCastleton
5/25/2008Evans, Blake W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinAl Jazeera DesertHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisRockford
5/25/2008Gasper, Frank J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqNajafNajafHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaMerced
5/30/2008Cotner, Christian S.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostileConnecticutWaterbury
6/1/2008Mixon, Justin R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attack (EFP)LouisianaBogalusa
6/1/2008McCarthy, Christopher D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve28IraqAnbarFOB RamadiNon-hostileVirginiaVirginia Beach
6/3/2008Green, Quincy J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqSalah ad DinTikritNon-hostileTexasEl Paso
6/3/2008Waltenbaugh, Joshua E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostilePennsylvaniaFord City
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
6/4/2008Kordzaia, IrakliSquad CommanderGeorgiaGeorgian Army28IraqDiyalaDiyala ProvinceHostile – hostile fireUnknownNot reported yet
6/4/2008Duffy, Shane P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqKirkukAl HawijahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMassachusettsTaunton
6/4/2008Emard, Jonathan D. A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqKirkukAl HawijahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasMesquite
6/4/2008Legg, Cody R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqKirkukAl HawijahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaEscondido
6/7/2008Hurst, David R.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaFort Sill
6/8/2008Pickett, Tyler E.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – IED attack (VBIED)WyomingSaratoga
6/9/2008Duncan III, Thomas F.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaSinjarHostile – hostile fireTexasRowlett
6/10/2008McCoy, Steve A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23United StatesBaghdadBrooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio,Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaMoultrie
6/11/2008Reed, Gerard M.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileFloridaJacksonville Beach
6/11/2008Perales Jr., JavierLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarFallujahNon-hostileTexasSan Elizario
6/11/2008Watters, Kelly E. C.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireVirginiaVirginia Beach
6/11/2008Kanakaole, Eugene D. M.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostile – Shot in headHawaiiMaui
6/12/2008Aragon, John D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadKadamiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaAntioch
6/16/2008Cox, Jason N.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilAl HillahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioElyria
6/20/2008Tran, Du HaiStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaReseda
6/23/2008Thomas, Bryan M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBabilMadain (died in Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireLouisianaLake Charles
6/23/2008Dalessio, Gregory T.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBabilMadainHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew JerseyCherry Hill
6/24/2008Kelley, Dwayne M.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army48IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Sadr City)Hostile – hostile fire – bombNew JerseyWillingboro
6/24/2008Hammett, Robert C.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army39IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Sadr City)Hostile – hostile fire – explosionArizonaTucson
6/25/2008Yohn, James M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaHighspire
6/25/2008Taylor, Joel A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaPinetown
6/25/2008Dominguez, Alejandro A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaSan Diego
6/25/2008Plocica, Joshua L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attack (EFP)TennesseeClarksville
6/26/2008Agayev, RafaelPrivateAzerbaijanAzerbaijan Army20IraqNANot reported yetUnknownUnknownNot reported yet
6/26/2008Galeai, Max A.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Marine42IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireAmerican SamoaPago Pago
6/26/2008Dykeman, Philip J.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine38IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireNew YorkBrockport
6/26/2008Preudhomme, Marcus W.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberFloridaNorth Miami Beach
7/5/2008Woodham, Anthony LynnSergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard37IraqDhi QarTallil (Camp Adder)Non-hostile – electrocutionArkansasRogers
7/8/2008McMillan III, William L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (west of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyLexington
7/9/2008Chevalier, Steven J.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqSalah ad DinSamarra (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – grenadeMichiganFlint
7/9/2008Fouty, Byron J.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadJurf al-SakharHostile – hostile fire – body foundMichiganWaterford
7/9/2008Jimenez, Alex R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadJurf al-SakharHostile – hostile fire – body foundMassachusettsLawrence
7/13/2008Stevenson, Jeffery S.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarFallujaNon-hostileNew JerseyNewton
7/14/2008Dupre, DannyStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarRamadiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireLouisianaLockport
7/14/2008Verbeke, Daniel R.Aviation Boatswain Mate 3rd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy25United StatesNAPaoli, PennsylvaniaNon-hostile – accident (on flight deck)PennsylvaniaExton
7/15/2008Vrooman, Jeremy D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaKnan (died in Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackSouth DakotaSioux Falls
7/15/2008Textor, David W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fireVirginiaRoanoke
7/17/2008Larsen, Jackie L.Technical SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force37IraqSalah ad DinBalad (Balad Air Base)Non-hostileWashingtonTacoma
7/30/2008McHale, James A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31United StatesBaghdadNational Naval Medical Center, Bethesda,Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMontanaFairfield
7/31/2008Mitchell, Andre DarnellSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverNew YorkElmont
8/2/2008Dickson, Kevin R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostileMissouriSteelville
8/2/2008Miller, Brian K.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard37IraqSalah ad DinAbd AllahNon-hostile – vehicle accidentIndianaPendleton
8/3/2008Schmidt, Ronald AndrewSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard18IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – vehicle accidentKansasNewton
8/4/2008Henry, Gary MSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard34IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisIndianapolis
8/4/2008Menke, Jonathan D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIndianaMadison
8/4/2008Hutton, Timothy J.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileMontanaDillon
8/7/2008McKiski, Adam T.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarKarmaNon-hostileIllinoisCherry Valley
8/7/2008Trejo, Stewart S.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarKarmaNon-hostileMontanaWhitefish
8/7/2008Maybin, Danny E.Main SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army47KuwaitNACamp ArifjanNon-hostileSouth CarolinaColumbia
8/9/2008Ulloa, Jose E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Sadr City)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew YorkNew York
8/10/2008Gibson, Kenneth B.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinTarmiyaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaChristiansburg
8/10/2008Ferschke Jr., Michael H.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqSalah ad DinTikrit (southwest of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTennesseeMaryville
8/13/2008Hale, James M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northwestern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisNaperville
8/14/2008McGuire, Daniel A. C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarFallujaHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMassachusettsMashpee
8/14/2008King, Janelle F.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileCaliforniaMerced
8/17/2008Stottlemyer, Travis M.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20BahrainNAManamaNon-hostilePennsylvaniaHatfield
8/19/2008Stanciel, GeorgeNot reported yetUnited StatesU.S. Army40IraqMaysanAmarahHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackMississippiGreenwood
8/25/2008Fitzmorris, Steven J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadAdhamiyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMissouriColumbia
8/26/2008Alfonso, Carlo E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Sadr City)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonSpokane
8/27/2008Cooper, David K.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadQadasiyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireKentuckyWilliamsburg
8/28/2008Gonzalez, Michael L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseySpotswood
8/28/2008Nieve, Jorge L. FelizSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostile – vehicle accidentNew YorkQueens
9/2/2008May, Patrick W.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileNew YorkJamestown
9/4/2008Mayne, Kenneth W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaFort Benning
9/4/2008Thomas, Bryan R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganBattle Creek
9/5/2008Thibeault, Jordan P. P.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinBalad (FOB Hammer)Non-hostileUtahSouth Jordan
9/10/2008Sexton, Daniel R.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army53IraqSalah ad DinBalad (Joint Base Balad)Non-hostileMissouriWentzville
9/14/2008Dawson, Darris J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadTunnisNon-hostile – manslaughterFloridaPensacola
9/14/2008Durbin, Wesley R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadTunnisNon-hostile – manslaughterTexasHurst
9/14/2008Marino, Ralph J.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army46KuwaitNACamp BuehringNon-Hostile – IllnessPennsylvaniaHouston
9/14/2008Marceaux Jr., Sidney J.Colonel (Chaplain)United StatesU.S. Army69United StatesNAWalter Reed Army Medical CenterNon-Hostile – IllnessTexasBeaumont
9/17/2008Gulczynski I, Leonard J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – vehicle accidentIllinoisCarol Stream
9/17/2008Wright, Darrick D.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – illness – heart attackTennesseeNashville
9/18/2008Vallejo II, RobertNot reported yetUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard28IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – helicopter crashTexasRichland Hills
9/18/2008Thompson, Michael E.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard23IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – helicopter crashOklahomaHarrah
9/18/2008Rudolf, Brady J.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard37IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – helicopter crashOklahomaOklahoma City
9/18/2008Ordonez, Julio C.1st SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard54IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – helicopter crashTexasSan Antonio
9/18/2008Mason, Anthony L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard37IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – helicopter crashTexasSpringtown
9/18/2008Eshbaugh, Daniel M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard43IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – helicopter crashOklahomaNorman
9/18/2008Edwards, Corry A.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard38IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – helicopter crashTexasKennedale
9/21/2008Taylor, Matthew J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireSouth CarolinaCharleston
9/23/2008Brown, Thomas J.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBabilSalman PakHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireVirginiaShelton
9/24/2008Medders, Michael J.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqDiyalaJisr NaftHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberOhioElyria
9/25/2008Phillips Jr., RonaldStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army33IraqBabilBahbahaniHostile – hostile fire – IED attackSouth CarolinaConway
9/27/2008Bryant, Jamel A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Southeast of)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverIllinoisBelleville
9/29/2008Fox, Christopher T.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadAdhamiyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTennesseeMemphis
9/30/2008Bartkiewicz, Christopher A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIllinoisDunfermline
10/3/2008Setzler, Tavarus D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqMaysanMajar al-KabirHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaJacksonville
10/5/2008Rudd, William P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireKentuckyMadisonville
10/5/2008Stahlman, Michael R.ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Marine45IraqAnbarAnbar ProvinceNon-hostileMarylandChevy Chase
10/7/2008Clark, Michael K.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSacramento
10/11/2008Fernandez III, Reuben M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqMaysanMajar Al Kabir (Amara)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasAbilene
10/12/2008Johnson, Geoffrey G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileTexasLubbock
10/14/2008McCraw, Christopher A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Nasar Wa Salam)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMississippiColumbia
10/15/2008Saint, Justin A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileAlabamaAlbertville
10/16/2008Pickard, Heath K.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqDiyalaBa’qubahHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireTexasPalestine
10/20/2008Dryden, Stacy A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostileOhioNorth Canton
10/23/2008Hause, Brian P.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force29IraqSalah ad DinBalad Air BaseNon-hostile – medicalPennsylvaniaStoystown
10/24/2008Eggleston, Cody J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21United StatesNANational Naval Medical Center, BethesdaHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireOregonEugene
10/29/2008Metcalf, Scott J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqNinewaMosul (died in Balad)Non-hostileMassachusettsFramingham
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
10/29/2008Coleman, Bradley S.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqNinewaQayyarah AirfieldNon-hostileVirginiaMartinsville
11/5/2008Wenger, Adam McKameySpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadTunnisNon-hostileSouth CarolinaMount Pleasant
11/6/2008Hobbs, Theron V.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqKirkukKirkukNon-hostile – vehicle accidentGeorgiaAlbany
11/6/2008McClellan, William JustinSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNAWalter Reed Army Medical CenterHostile – hostileIndianaNew Castle
11/8/2008Walker, Timothy H.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqBaghdadBaghdad (northern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeFranklin
11/12/2008Shea, Corey M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireMassachusettsMansfield
11/12/2008Regalado, JoseSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaLos Angeles
11/13/2008De La Paz, Armando A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – vehicle accidentCaliforniaRiverside
11/13/2008Clay, James M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard25IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostile – vehicle accidentArkansasMountain Home
11/14/2008Allen, Aaron M.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine24IraqAnbarFerris (near Fallujah)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaBuellton
11/15/2008Clark, Donald V.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostile – helicopter crashTennesseeMemphis
11/15/2008Humphreys, Christian P.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostile – helicopter crashNevadaFallon
11/19/2008Velasco, Marcelo R.Gunnery SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine40IraqAnbarFallujaNon-hostileFloridaMiami
11/20/2008Barnett, Charles YiPrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadTallilNon-hostileMarylandBel Air
11/21/2008Wilson, Miguel A.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostile – during rescue attemptTexasBonham
11/24/2008Jernigan, William K.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqDiyalaBa’qubahNon-hostileGeorgiaDoraville
11/24/2008Davis, AnthonyMaster SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army43IraqNinewaBaijiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireVirginiaTriangle
11/25/2008Frank, Warren A.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Marine26IraqNinewaBaijiHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOhioCincinnati
12/4/2008Wilson, David KennethLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Air Corps27IraqBasraBasra Contingency Operating BaseNon-hostile – shooting incidentUnknownHuddersfield
12/4/2008Savage, John J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombTexasWeatherford
12/4/2008Sam, Solomon T.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – suicide car bombMarshall IslandsMajuro
12/11/2008Churcher, LeeCorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army32IraqBasraBasraNon-hostile – gunshot wound (self-inflicted)UnknownNuneaton, Warwickshire
12/20/2008Dean, Jonathan W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadTikritNon-hostileAlabamaHenagar
12/20/2008Hinkefent, Coleman W.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19GermanyNAHamburg, GermanyNon-Hostile – IllnessOklahomaCoweta
12/20/2008Johnson, Robert L.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostileOregonCentral Point
12/21/2008Reilly Jr., ThomasLance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqAnbarBahariaHostile – hostile fireKentuckyLondon
12/24/2008Zapasnik, Stephen G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadsouthern Iraq (died in Baghdad)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverOklahomaBroken Arrow
12/24/2008Okray, Stephen M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadsouthern Iraq (died in Baghdad)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverMichiganSt. Clair Shores
12/24/2008Smith, Christopher G.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadsouthern Iraq (died in Baghdad)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverMichiganGrand Rapids
12/25/2008Pryor, John P.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army42IraqNinewaMosul (near)Hostile – hostile fire – mortar attackNew JerseyMoorestown
12/25/2008Seitz, Joshua D.Master-at-Arms Seaman ApprenticeUnited StatesU.S. Navy19BahrainNAManamaNon-hostileFloridaPensacola
12/28/2008Gonzales, Tony J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Sadr City)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaNewman
12/31/2008Lotter, Christopher W.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinTikrit (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaChester Heights
12/31/2008Tollefson, Benjamin B.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadGhazaliyaHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackCaliforniaConcord
1/3/2009Gilliam, Chadwick A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine29KuwaitNAKuwaitNon-hostileKentuckyMayking
1/6/2009Davis, Anthony D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqNANorthern IraqHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireFloridaDaytona Beach
1/10/2009Bauer, Justin L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoLoveland
1/11/2009McCune, Sean P.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinSamarraNon-hostile – manslaughterTexasEuless
1/11/2009Porter, Marquis R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine28IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostileMassachusettsBrighton
1/16/2009Turner, Ricky L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackAlabamaAthens
1/17/2009McKnight, Omar J.AirmanUnited StatesU.S. Air Force22IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostileLouisianaMarrero
1/18/2009Andrade Jr., RobertoStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisChicago
1/22/2009Pollini, Matthew M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard21IraqWasitFOB Delta (near al-Kut)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverMassachusettsRockland
1/24/2009Cotting, Grant A.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqWasitAl KutNon-hostileCaliforniaCorona
1/24/2009Harrington, Kyle J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostile – vehicle accidentMassachusettsSwansea
1/26/2009Todd, Benjamin H.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fire – helicopter crashWashingtonColville
1/26/2009Tillery, Joshua M.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fire – helicopter crashOregonBeaverton
1/26/2009Kelley, Matthew G.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fire – helicopter crashMissouriCameron
1/26/2009Windorski, Jr., Philip E.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fire – helicopter crashMinnesotaBovey
1/31/2009Fernandez, Darrell L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKirkukKirkukNon-hostile – vehicle accidentNew MexicoTruth or Consequences
2/4/2009Ansong, Theophilus K.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy34International watersNAGulf of AdenNon-hostile – lost at seaVirginiaBristow
2/6/2009Sweet, Christopher P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaBalad RuzNon-hostileHawaiiKahului
2/8/2009Dorsey, James M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileIllinoisBeardstown
2/9/2009Roberge, Jonathan R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMassachusettsLeominster
2/9/2009Jex, Albert R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaPhoenix
2/9/2009Ward, Joshua A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackKentuckyScottsville
2/9/2009Derby, Garnet R.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Army44IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMontanaMissoula
2/12/2009Wrathall, RyanPrivateUnited KingdomBritish Army21IraqBasraBasra Contingency Operating BaseNon-hostile – gunshot wound (self-inflicted)UnknownSurbiton, Surrey
2/15/2009Diamond, Sean D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army41IraqNAsouthern Iraq (died in As Salam)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaDublin
2/19/2009Walter, Cwislyn K.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19KuwaitNAKuwait CityNon-hostileHawaiiHonolulu
2/21/2009Baum, Mark C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard32IraqSalah ad DinMushada (died in Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms firePennsylvaniaTelford
2/23/2009Nordmeyer, Zachary R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaDiyala Province (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaIndianapolis
2/23/2009Alleman, Micheal B.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqDiyalaDiyala Province (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireUtahLogan
2/23/2009Mayne, Michael L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqDiyalaDiyala Province (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew YorkBurlington Flats
2/24/2009Emmert, William E.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard36IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTennesseeLincoln
2/26/2009Connelly, Brian M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadAdhamiyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyUnion Beach
2/28/2009Whitworth, Donte JamalCorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Taquddum Air BaseNon-hostile – vehicle accidentIndianaNoblesville
3/2/2009Reed, Jeffrey A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadTajiHostile – hostile fire – grenadeVirginiaChesterfield
3/3/2009Sarandrea, Jessica Y.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireFloridaMiami
3/7/2009Hyde, Daniel B.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinTikritHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackCaliforniaModesto
3/10/2009Malone, Patrick A.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostileFloridaOcala
3/16/2009Moore, Gary L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOklahomaDel City
3/19/2009Escobedo Jr., Jose R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadIskandariyah (died in Baghdad)Non-hostileNew MexicoAlbuquerque
3/25/2009Futrell, Raphael A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileSouth CarolinaAnderson
3/31/2009Poche, Devin C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinTikrit (near)Non-hostileNorth CarolinaJacksonville
4/3/2009Beard, Daniel J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahNon-hostileNew YorkBuffalo
4/3/2009Dearmon, Stephen F.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostileTennesseeCrossville
4/5/2009Mejias, Israel CandelariaSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqDiyalaBaghdad (north east of)Hostile – hostile fire – land minePuerto RicoSan Lorenzo
4/10/2009Forrest, EdwardSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – suicide truck bombMissouriFenton
4/10/2009Gautier, Bryce E.Private 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – suicide truck bombCaliforniaCypress
4/10/2009Pautsch, Jason G.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – suicide truck bombIowaDavenport
4/10/2009Hall, Bryan E.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – suicide truck bombCaliforniaElk Grove
4/10/2009Woods Jr., Gary L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqNinewaMosulHostile – hostile fire – suicide truck bombKentuckyLebanon Junction
4/10/2009Loza, Christopher D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard24United StatesNAWalter Reed Army Medical CenterNon-Hostile – IllnessTexasAbilene
4/12/2009Anaya, Michael J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaCrestview
4/13/2009Moncada, RaulSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqKarbalaKarbala (5 km south of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attack (EFP)CaliforniaMadera
4/22/2009Davis, Brad A.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near, east of)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioGarfield Heights
4/22/2009Comstock, William C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21IraqAnbarAnbar ProvinceNon-hostileArkansasVan Buren
4/24/2009Moore Jr., BenjaminCompany Sergeant-MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army43IraqSalah ad DinContingency Operating Base SpeicherNon-hostileGeorgiaWaycross
4/25/2009Webster, Leroy O.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqKirkukKirkuk (near)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireSouth DakotaSioux Falls
4/30/2009Wojciechowski, Mark A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine25IraqAnbarAnbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireOhioCincinnati
4/30/2009McIlvaine, James R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine26IraqAnbarAnbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireMarylandOlney
4/30/2009Trahan, Tyler J.Petty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy22IraqAnbarFallujahHostile – hostile fire – bombMassachusettsEast Freetown
5/2/2009McCleery, Jeremiah P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqNinewaMosul (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaPortola
5/2/2009Velloza, Jake R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaMosul (south of)Hostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaInverness
5/7/2009Sykes, Shawn D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28GermanyNALandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Non-hostile – accidentVirginiaPortsmouth
5/8/2009Hartford, Justin P.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostileNew YorkElmira
5/8/2009Agno, Randy S.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqSalah ad DinWalter Reed Army Medical Center (FOB Ols)Non-hostileHawaiiPearl City
5/9/2009Albrak, Omar M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – vehicle accidentIllinoisChicago
5/10/2009Hutchison, StevenMajorUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve60IraqBasraAl FarrHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArizonaScottsdale
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
5/11/2009Houseal, MatthewMajorUnited StatesU.S. Army54IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Camp Liberty)Non-hostile – small arms fireTexasAmarillo
5/11/2009Barton, Jacob D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Camp Liberty)Non-hostile – small arms fireMissouriLenox
5/11/2009Bueno-Galdos, Christian E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Camp Liberty)Non-hostile – small arms fireNew JerseyPaterson
5/11/2009Springle, Charles K.CommanderUnited StatesU.S. Navy52IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Camp Liberty)Non-hostile – small arms fireNorth CarolinaWilmington
5/11/2009Yates Jr., Michael EdwardPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Camp Liberty)Non-hostile – small arms fireMarylandFederalsburg
5/13/2009McGhee, Ryan C.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinDuluiyahHostile – hostile fireVirginiaFredericksburg
5/16/2009Schaefer, Jr., David A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBasrasouthern Iraq (Died in Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackIllinoisBelleville
5/21/2009Brooks, Paul F.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard34IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Dora)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriJoplin
5/21/2009Barnard, Leevi K.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Dora)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaMount Airy
5/21/2009George, Jason E.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve38IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Dora)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaTehachapi
5/22/2009Naseman, BrianSergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard36IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileOhioNew Bremen
5/25/2009Wolfe, Duane G.CommanderUnited StatesU.S. Navy54IraqAnbarFallujaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaPort Hueneme
5/25/2009Hussein, Maged M.CivilianUnited StatesCivilian43IraqAnbarFallujah (died in Al Taqaddum)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackUnknownCairo
5/27/2009Edmundson, Chad A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackPennsylvaniaWilliamsburg
5/29/2009Lee, Thomas E.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqNinewaMosul (near)Hostile – hostile fire – grenadeGeorgiaDalton
5/29/2009Iorio, Bradley W.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqDhi QarLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr. (Tallil)Non-hostileNew JerseyGalloway
5/30/2009Stone, Samuel D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqDhi QarTallilNon-hostile – vehicle accidentWashingtonPort Orchard
5/31/2009Samson, Marko M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadTikritNon-hostileOhioColumbus
6/2/2009Duffy, Justin J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdad (eastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackNebraskaCozad
6/4/2009Kurth, Christopher M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – grenadeNew MexicoAlamogordo
6/4/2009Parrish, Charles D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaBaladHostile – hostile fire – grenadeAlabamaJasper
6/5/2009Ulmer, Robert D.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine22IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostilePennsylvaniaLandisville
6/13/2009Lo, Edmond L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinSamarraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew HampshireSalem
6/16/2009Soto, Joshua W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqMuthannaSamawahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasSan Angelo
6/16/2009Sims, Kafele H.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostileCaliforniaLos Angeles
6/19/2009Keesling, Chancellor A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve25IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileIndianaIndianapolis
6/24/2009Hills, Casey L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqNAIraqNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverIllinoisSalem
6/25/2009Hazlewood, Joshua L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve22KuwaitNAArifjanNon-hostileTexasManvel
6/28/2009David, Timothy A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Sadr City)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackMichiganGladwin
6/29/2009Bittiker, Robert L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard39IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaJacksonville
6/29/2009Baldeosingh, Juan C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard30IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaNewport
6/29/2009Adams Jr., Roger L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard36IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaJacksonville
6/29/2009Kramer, Edward C.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard39IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaWilmington
7/8/2009Bregg, Lucas M.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileMissouriWright City
7/13/2009Jarvis, Rodney A.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – medicalOhioAkron
7/16/2009Drevnick, Daniel P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBasraBasra (COB Basra)Hostile – hostile fire – indirect fireMinnesotaWoodbury
7/16/2009Wilcox IV, Carlos E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBasraBasra (COB Basra)Hostile – hostile fire – indirect fireMinnesotaCottage Grove
7/16/2009Wertish, James D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBasraBasra (COB Basra)Hostile – hostile fire – indirect fireMinnesotaOlivia
7/19/2009Lara, Brandon T.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine20IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceHostile – hostile fireTexasNew Braunfels
7/24/2009Berrios-Campos, Herberth A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilSalman PakNon-hostileVirginiaBealeton
7/25/2009Polk, Johnny RooseveltStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army39IraqNALandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Hostile – hostile fireTexasGulfport
8/4/2009Wilhelm, Keiffer P.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqNAFOB HunterNon-hostile – suicideOhioPlymouth
8/10/2009Walters Jr., Richard A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army41KuwaitNAAl SalemNon-hostileOhioCleveland
8/17/2009Hastings, Matthew D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileOklahomaClaremore
8/19/2009Vanosdol, William Z.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackAlabamaPinson
8/23/2009Fortin, Joey2nd LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBabilMuhallah (near Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackVermontSt. Johnsbury
8/28/2009Werner, Earl D.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard38IraqBaghdadRashidHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWisconsinMondovi
8/28/2009Marks, Taylor D.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard19IraqBaghdadRashidHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOregonMonmouth
9/3/2009Selge, Todd W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqDiyalaBa’qubahNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverMinnesotaBurnsville
9/3/2009Shay, Jordan M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqDiyalaBa’qubahNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverMassachusettsSalisbury
9/8/2009Helton, Joseph D.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (near southern part)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaMonroe
9/8/2009Smith, Shannon M.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioMarion
9/8/2009Lyons, Thomas F.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNevadaFernley
9/8/2009Myers, Zachary T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinBayjiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioDelaware
9/12/2009Thornsbury, Duane A.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverWest VirginiaBridgeport
9/19/2009Cote Jr., Michael S.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinJoint Base BaladNon-hostile – helicopter crashLouisianaDenham Springs
9/20/2009Courtois, Matthew R.Senior AirmanUnited StatesU.S. Air Force22KuwaitNAAbdullah Al Mubarak AirbaseNon-hostileTexasLucas
9/29/2009Vogel, III, Ross E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqWasitKutNon-hostilePennsylvaniaRed Lion
10/1/2009Andersen, Paul E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard49IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Camp Liberty)Hostile – hostile fire – mortar attackMichiganDowagiac
10/18/2009Rivera, Daniel J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaMosulNon-hostile – vehicle accidentNew YorkRochester
10/19/2009Espinoza, BradleyStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqNinewaQwestHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasMission
10/27/2009Audo, David L.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Camp Victory)Non-hostileIllinoisSaint Joseph
10/28/2009Gallegos, Joseph L.Not reported yetUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard39IraqDhi QarTallil (Camp Adder)Non-hostileNew MexicoQuesta
10/29/2009Avila, Adrian L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard19KuwaitNAKhabari CrossingNon-hostileAlabamaOpelika
10/30/2009Hopper, Lukas C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (Karadah)Non-hostile – vehicle rolloverCaliforniaMerced
10/30/2009Cooper, Christopher M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBabilBabilNon-hostileCaliforniaOceanside
11/2/2009Sylvestre, Jonathon M.Not reported yetUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBabilIskandariya (FOB Kalsu)Non-hostileColoradoColorado Springs
11/4/2009Tirador, Amy C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaKirKushNon-hostileNew YorkAlbany
11/4/2009Carrasco Jr., TonySpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqSalah ad DinAd DawrHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNew MexicoBerino
11/8/2009Heffelfinger, Mathew C.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqSalah ad DinTikritNon-hostile – helicopter crashIdahoKimberly
11/8/2009Scott III, Earl R.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinTikritNon-hostile – helicopter crashFloridaJacksonville
11/9/2009Murphy, Stephen L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine36IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostileNew JerseyJaffery
11/16/2009Zorn, Ryan L.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqNinewaTall AfarNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverWyomingUpton
11/19/2009Patton, Brian M.Petty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Naval Reserve37KuwaitNAKuwaitNon-hostileIllinoisFreeport
11/22/2009Williams, Briand T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqWasitNumaniyahHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireGeorgiaSparks
11/27/2009Rogers, Michael A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdad (FOB Hammer)Non-hostileMontanaWhite Sulphur Springs
11/29/2009Gwaltney, Derrick D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBasraBasraNon-hostileFloridaCape Coral
12/8/2009Frietas, Ralph Anthony WebbSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine23IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileMichiganDetroit
12/10/2009Tello, Jhanner A.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileCaliforniaLos Angeles
12/11/2009Pauley, Jaiciae L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqKirkukKirkukNon-hostileGeorgiaAustell
1/1/2010Anderson, Brushaun X.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileGeorgiaColumbus
1/6/2010Croft Jr., David A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED, small arms fireFloridaPlant City
1/6/2010Jarrett, Michael R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostileNebraskaNorth Platte
1/8/2010Hopkins, Ryan J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army21United StatesBaghdadBrooke Army Med Center, TXNon-hostile – vehicle accidentCaliforniaLivermore
1/20/2010Hurt, Gifford E.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqSalah ad DinMosulNon-hostile – vehicle accidentNew YorkYonkers
1/28/2010Barnett, Scott G.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDhi QarTallilHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaConcord
2/10/2010Alvarez, AdrianaPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileTexasSan Benito
2/16/2010Caughman, Sean L.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy43KuwaitNAKuwaitNon-hostileTexasFort Worth
2/21/2010Grinder, Billie J.Chief Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard25IraqNinewaQayyarahNon-hostile – helicopter crashTennesseeGallatin
2/21/2010Alford, Marcus R.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard28IraqNinewaQayyarahNon-hostile – helicopter crashTennesseeKnoxville
2/23/2010O’Leary, Daniel T.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqAnbarFallujaNon-hostile – vehicle accidentNorth CarolinaYoungsville
2/25/2010Spencer, William C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard40IraqSalah ad DinLandstuhl Regional Medical Center, Landstuhl GermanyHostile – hostile fireWashingtonTacoma
3/8/2010Bailey, Lakeshia M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadAl KutNon-hostile – vehicle accidentGeorgiaColumbus
3/8/2010Arthur, Aaron M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadAl KutNon-hostile – vehicle accidentSouth CarolinaLake City
3/13/2010Bishop, Steven J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqSalah ad DinTikritHostile – hostile fireVirginiaChristiansburg
3/14/2010McLyman, Erin L.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqDiyalaBaladHostile – hostile fire – mortar attackWashingtonFederal Way
3/15/2010Jordan, Richard J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqSalah ad DinMosulNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverTexasTyler
3/17/2010Rieckhoff, RobertSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackWisconsinKenosha
3/29/2010Pacleb, Raymond N.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army31IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileHawaiiHonolulu
4/4/2010Kruize, Kurt E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve35IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileMinnesotaHancock
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
4/7/2010Collins, Robert W.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqSalah ad DinMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackGeorgiaTyrone
4/7/2010Blount, AnthonyPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqSalah ad DinMosulHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMississippiPetal
4/17/2010Patton, James R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinTikritNon-hostile – helicopter crashGeorgiaFort Benning
4/18/2010Antonio, Charlie C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army28IraqBasraAnnassarNon-hostileHawaiiKahului
4/22/2010Worrell, Christopher D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileVirginiaVirginia Beach
4/27/2010Coe, Keith A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqDiyalaKhalisHostile – hostile fire – IED attackFloridaAuburndale
4/27/2010Magee, Anthony O.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army29GermanyBabilLandstuhl Regional Medical Center (Iskandariyah)Hostile – hostile fire – indirect fireMississippiHattiesburg
5/3/2010Gonzales, Esau S.A.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqSalah ad DinMosulNon-hostileTexasWhite Deer
5/4/2010Mena, RalphSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqSalah ad DinTikritNon-hostileKansasHutchinson
5/20/2010Sokolowski, III, Stanley J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqKirkukKirkukNon-hostileNew JerseyOcean
5/21/2010Gonzalez, Amilcar H.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqNinewaAsh ShuraHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireFloridaMiami
5/24/2010Culver Jr, Ronald W.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard44IraqWasitNumaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackLouisianaShreveport
5/30/2010Sessarego, Alvaro R. RegaladoPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army37United StatesDahukBrooke Army Med Center, TXNon-hostileVirginiaVirginia Beach
6/2/2010Guardado-Ramirez, Francisco J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileNew MexicoSunland
6/4/2010Theobald, Steve M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army53KuwaitNAKuwait CityNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverSouth CarolinaGoose Creek
6/11/2010Yauch, William C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqDiyalaJalawlaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackArkansasBatesville
6/11/2010Obryan, Israel P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaJalawlaHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTennesseeNewbern
6/15/2010Opat, Christopher W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqDiyalaBa’qubahNon-hostileIowaSpencer
6/17/2010Cassidy, Michael P.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army41IraqSalah ad DinMosulNon-hostileSouth CarolinaSimpsonville
6/21/2010Dohrenwend, Jacob P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostileOhioMilford
6/26/2010Haynes, Bryant J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard21IraqQadisiyahDiwaniyahNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverLouisianaEpps
7/2/2010Lumpkin, Johnny W.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army38IraqSalah ad DinBaladNon-hostileGeorgiaColumbus
7/2/2010Tuttle, Jordan E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard22IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileLouisianaWest Monroe
7/2/2010McBeth, Morganne M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostileVirginiaFredricksburg
7/21/2010Runyan, Michael L.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaMuqdadiyah (died in Balad)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackOhioNewark
8/7/2010Hinkley, Faith R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBabilIskandariya (died in Baghdad)Hostile – hostile fireColoradoColorado Springs
8/15/2010Rhett, Jamal M.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDiyalaBaqubaHostile – hostile fire – grenadeNew JerseyPalmyra
8/22/2010Maggart, Brandon E.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireMissouriKirksville
9/7/2010McClamrock, James F.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqSalah ad DinTuz KhurmatoHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireNorth CarolinaHuntersville
9/7/2010Jenkins, Philip C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqSalah ad DinTuz KhurmatoHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIndianaDecatur
9/15/2010Hansen, James A.Senior AirmanUnited StatesU.S. Air Force25IraqSalah ad DinJoint Base BaladNon-hostile – controlled detonationMichiganAthens
9/16/2010Burner III, John F.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBabilIskandariyahNon-hostile – illness – pulmonary embolisMarylandBaltimore
9/24/2010Noonan, Gebrah P.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqAnbarFallujaNon-hostile – small arms fireConnecticutWatertown
9/24/2010Carrillo Jr., JohnSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqAnbarFallujaNon-hostile – small arms fireCaliforniaStockton
9/27/2010Whisenant, Marc C.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard23KuwaitNAKuwaitNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverFloridaHolly Hill
10/16/2010Reid, Dylan T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqMaysanAl AmarahNon-hostileMissouriSpringfield
10/24/2010Jones Jr., David R.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostile – small arms fireNew YorkSaint Johnsville
10/26/2010Tanner, Phillip C.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army43KuwaitNAAli Al SalemNon-hostileWyomingSheridan
11/19/2010Gandy, Loleni W.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqSalah ad DinJoint Base BaladNon-hostileAmerican SamoaPago Pago
11/21/2010Luff Jr., David J.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army0IraqSalah ad DinTikritHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOhioHamilton
12/8/2010Finch, David D.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqDhi QarNumaniyaHostile – hostile fire – sniper fireTennesseeBath Springs
12/23/2010Alexander, JosephSergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army55United StatesNALafayetteNon-hostileLouisianaLafayette
1/2/2011Arroyo, Jose A. DelgadoSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard41IraqSalah ad DinTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPuerto RicoSan Juan
1/2/2011Rosado, Jose M. CintronNot reported yetUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard38IraqSalah ad DinTajiHostile – hostile fire – IED attackPuerto RicoVega Alta
1/15/2011Torre, Jr., Jose A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackCaliforniaGarden Grove
1/15/2011Lamar, Martin J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army43IraqSalah ad DinMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireCaliforniaSacramento
1/15/2011Bartley, Michael P.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqSalah ad DinMosulHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireIllinoisBarnhill
1/17/2011Evarts, Michael S.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army41IraqSalah ad DinTikritNon-hostileOhioConcord
1/19/2011Cruz, DominiquePetty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Navy26Gulf of OmanNAGulf of OmanHostile – hostile fireFloridaPanama City
2/15/2011Evans,Lashawn D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileSouth CarolinaColumbia
2/17/2011Owens, Corey C.Airman 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Air Force26IraqAnbarAl Asad Air BaseNon-hostileTexasSan Antonio
2/17/2011Johnson, Christoffer P.AirmanUnited StatesU.S. Air Force20QatarGhazniAl Udeid Air BaseNon-hostile – vehicle accidentTennesseeClarksville
3/16/2011Hinkle II, Michael J.Senior AirmanUnited StatesU.S. Air Force24Southwest AsiaSouthwest AsiaSouthwest AsiaNon-hostileCaliforniaCorona
3/20/2011Hocking, Brandon S.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqMuthannaSamawahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonSeattle
3/23/2011Filpi III, Vincent A.Petty Officer 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy41Gulf of OmanAfghanistanGulf of OmanNon-hostileFloridaFort Walton Beach
4/2/2011Garcia, Christian A. S.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqBabilBabilHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireArizonaGoodyear
4/2/2011Hudgins, Quadi S.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireLouisianaNew Orleans
4/3/2011Scatliffe, Jorge A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqSalah ad DinMosulNon-hostileUnknownSt. Croix
4/4/2011Hinkley, Wesley J.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army36IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostilePennsylvaniaCarlisle
4/4/2011Nelson III, Gary L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinMosulNon-hostileGeorgiaWoodstock
4/10/2011Xaysana, Vorasack T.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqKirkukKirkukNon-hostileColoradoWestminster
4/19/2011Hill, Micah AaronPetty Officer 3rd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy27IraqUnknownUnknownNon-hostileNebraskaRalston
4/22/2011Stiggins, Antonio G.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqWasitNumaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew MexicoRio Rancho
4/22/2011Vazquez, Omar J.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqWasitNumaniyahHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNew JerseyHamilton
4/27/2011Lara, Andrew E.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBabilBabilNon-hostileOregonAlbany
4/29/2011Friese, Robert M.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqQadisiyahAl QadisiyahHostile – hostile fire – RPG attackMichiganChesterfield
5/22/2011Mora Jr., RamonPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaOntario
5/22/2011Beattie, Clifford E.Sergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army37IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackWashingtonMedical Lake
6/6/2011Cook Jr., Michael B.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireOhioMiddletown
6/6/2011Olivieri, Michael C.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireIllinoisChicago
6/6/2011Hartwick, Robert P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireOhioRockbridge
6/6/2011Fishbeck, Christopher B.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireCaliforniaVictorville
6/6/2011Campo Jr., Emilio J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdad (southeastern part)Hostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireMinnesotaMadelia
6/8/2011England, Matthew J.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNajafNajafHostile – hostile fire – IED attackMissouriGainesville
6/13/2011Bellard, Nicholas P.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqWasitWasitHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasEl Paso
6/13/2011Sewell, Glenn M.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqWasitWasitHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasLive Oak
6/18/2011Cintron, Marcos A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army32United StatesBaghdadBoston, MAHostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireFloridaOrlando
6/26/2011Johnson, Dylan JeffreyPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqDiyalaDiyalaHostile – hostile fire – grenadeOklahomaTulsa
6/26/2011Proctor, Russell J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqDiyalaDiyalaHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaOroville
6/26/2011Gallagher, Matthew R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqWasitWasitNon-hostile – suicideMassachusettsNorth Falmouth
6/29/2011Tenney Jr., Robert G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqWasitBadrahHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackGeorgiaWarner Robins
6/29/2011Van Camp, David E.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqWasitBadrahHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackWest VirginiaWheeling
6/29/2011Nielson, Matthew G.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqWasitBadrahHostile – hostile fire – rocket attackIowaJefferson
7/7/2011Newby, Nicholas W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard20IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackIdahoCoeur d’Alene
7/7/2011Beyers, Nathan R.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard24IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackColoradoLittleton
7/10/2011Talamantez, Steven L.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqMaysanAl AmarahHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireTexasLaredo
7/15/2011Elliott, Daniel L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqBasraBasraHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaYoungsville
7/17/2011Cofield, Mark A.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileColoradoColorado Springs
7/26/2011Bergman, Matthew JamesCryptologist Technician (Collection) Petty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Navy21Gulf of AdenNAGulf of AdenNon-hostile – lost at seaTennesseeFranklin
9/7/2011Crawford, James K.ComandorUnited StatesU.S. Navy50BahrainNAManamaNon-hostileNew YorkEast Concord
9/18/2011Altamirano, EstevanStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqSalah ad DinTikritNon-hostileTexasEdcouch
9/22/2011Morales, Andy C.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army32IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileFloridaLongwood
9/29/2011Mills, Adrian G.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – indirect fireGeorgiaNewnan
10/17/2011Leep Jr., James R.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard44IraqBabilBabilNon-hostileVirginiaRichmond
10/21/2011Shapiro, Steven F.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army29IraqMaysanTallilNon-hostileCaliforniaHidden Valley Lake
10/23/2011Charles, Shawn P. T.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army40United StatesNASan Antonio, TexasNon-hostileNorth CarolinaHickory
10/25/2011Robinson, David G.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army28Saudi ArabiaNARiyadhNon-hostileIllinoisWinthrop Harbor
11/3/2011Vincent, Dustin D.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqKirkukKirkukHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireTexasMesquite
11/14/2011Hickman, David EmanuelSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadBaghdadHostile – hostile fire – IED attackNorth CarolinaGreensboro
12/18/2011Johnson, Stacy O.Petty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Navy35BahrainNABahrainNon-hostileMississippiRolling Fork
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
2/11/2012Cortez, CesarPrivate 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army24BahrainBahrainBahrainNon-hostileCaliforniaOceanside
4/29/2012Reis, Donald CharlesSergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard21United StatesNABostonHostile – hostileMassachusettsFall River
10/1/2014Spears, Jordan L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine21International airwaysGhazniNorth Arabian GulfNon-hostile – airplane crashIndianaMemphis
10/1/2014Walker, Jonathan D.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army44QatarGhazniDohaNon-hostileKansasMerriam
10/23/2014Neal, Sean P.Lance CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Marine19IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileCaliforniaRiverside
12/1/2014DuBois, William H.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Air Force30UnknownMiddle Eastnear a coalition air base in Middle EastNon-hostile – airplane crashColoradoNew Castle
3/6/2015Doiron, Andrew JosephSergeantCanadaCanadian Army31IraqNinewaBashiqaHostile – hostile fireUnknownMoncton
4/13/2015Salazar, Anthony E.Technical SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force40southwest AsiaGhaznisouthwest AsiaHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaHermosa Beach
5/16/2015Doyle, Devon J.Petty Officer 3rd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy21BahrainGhazniManamaNon-hostileColoradoAlamosa
5/21/2015Burris, Ryan DanielPetty Officer 3rd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy23United Arab EmiratesGhazniAbu DhabiNon-hostileIllinoisDu Page
6/12/2015Daniel, Monterrious T.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army19KuwaitGhazniCamp Buehring, KuwaitNon-hostileGeorgiaGriffin
6/29/2015May, Jason P.Senior Chief Petty OfficeUnited StatesU.S. Navy38At SeaNAat seaNon-hostileMichiganChesterfield
9/23/2015Spoettel, StephanColonelGermanyGerman Army0IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileUnknownNot reported
9/27/2015Manes, Philip FrazierSeamanUnited StatesU.S. Navy21BahrainGhazniManamaNon-hostileVirginiaFairfax
10/22/2015Wheeler, Joshua L.Master SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army39IraqKirkukHawijaHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireOklahomaRoland
11/19/2015Castaneda, Christopher J.PrivateUnited StatesU.S. Army19IraqAnbarAl Asad Air BaseNon-hostileSouth CarolinaFripp Island
1/16/2016Gerrie, John D.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Air Force42QatarGhazniAl Udeid Air BaseNon-hostileKansasNickerson
1/28/2016Stifter, Joseph F.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqAnbarAl Asad Air BaseNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverCaliforniaGlendale
3/19/2016Cardin, Louis F.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine27IraqNinewaMahmourHostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireCaliforniaTemecula
3/31/2016Helms, Ian KeltanCaptainUnited StatesU.S. Air Force30United StatesGhazniBethesda Naval Hosp., MDNon-Hostile – IllnessHawaiiMililani
4/15/2016McDavitt, Nathaniel H.Airman 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Air Force22UnknownGhazniSouthwest AsiaNon-hostileMarylandGlen Burnie
4/26/2016Prince, Marcus D.CivilianUnited StatesU.S. Navy Civilian22BahrainGhazniJuffirNon-hostileVirginiaNorfolk
4/28/2016Baptiste, Michael M.CivilianUnited StatesU.S. Navy Civilian60BahrainGhazniBahrainNon-hostileNew YorkBrooklyn
5/3/2016Keating IV, Charles H.Special Warfare Operator 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy31IraqNinewaTall UsqufHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaSan Diego
5/6/2016Bauders, David A.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqAnbarAl Asad Air BaseNon-hostileWashingtonSeattle
5/26/2016McQuagge, Connor AlanGunner’s MateUnited StatesU.S. Navy19International watersGhazniRed SeaNon-hostileUtahUnknown
7/18/2016Tobar, Anais A.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force25Southwest AsiaGhazniSouthwest AsiaNon-hostileFloridaMiami
8/4/2016Jackson, Flando E.Lieutenant ColonelUnited StatesU.S. Air Force45Southwest AsiaGhazniNon-hostileMichiganLansing
9/11/2016Cooper, Jeffrey D.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25KuwaitGhazniKuwaitNon-hostileUnknownMill Creek
9/16/2016Tamayo, Travis R.Warrant OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army32United Arab EmiratesGhazniAbu DhabiNon-hostileTexasBrownsville
9/20/2016Faulkner, Devon MauriceAirmanUnited StatesU.S. Navy24International watersGhazniNon-hostile – injuryNorth CarolinaCamden
11/4/2016Lewellen, Matthew C.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27JordanGhazniJafrHostile – hostile fireKansasLawrence
11/4/2016McEnroe, Kevin J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30JordanGhazniJafrHostile – hostile fireArizonaTucson
11/4/2016Moriarty, James F.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army27JordanGhazniJafrHostile – hostile fireTexasKerrville
11/10/2016Murray Jr., Ronald L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23KuwaitGhazniKuwaitHostile – hostile fireMarylandBowie
11/24/2016Dayton, Scott C.Senior Chief Petty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Navy42SyriaGhazniAyn Issa (near)Hostile – hostile fire – IED attackVirginiaWoodbridge
1/3/2017Hetherington, ScottLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army22IraqBaghdadTaji (Camp Taji)Non-hostile – gunshot woundUnknownMiddleton, Greater Manchester
1/8/2017Booker, Isiah L.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23JordanGhazniJordanHostile – hostile fireTexasCibolo
1/14/2017Rodriguez, John P.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23KuwaitGhazniKuwaitNon-hostileCaliforniaHemet
1/29/2017Owens, William RyanChief Special Warfare OperatorUnited StatesU.S. Navy36YemenGhazniArabian PeninsulaHostile – hostile fireIllinoisPeoria
2/20/2017Odiorne, Brian. P.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army21IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostileMassachusettsWare
3/7/2017Gilfranco, Cristian CamiloStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30United StatesGhazniChapel Hill, NCNon-hostilePennsylvaniaPhiladelphia
3/22/2017Morrow, Alexandria MaeStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force25Southwest AsiaGhazniSouthwest AsiaNon-hostileNew YorkDansville
3/29/2017Bieren, AustinStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force25SyriaGhazniNorthern SyriaNon-hostileOregonUmatilla
4/10/2017Gardner, Curtis JohnStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force29TurkeyGhazniAdanaNon-hostileFloridaHillsborough
4/22/2017Lee, Weston C.1st LieutenantUnited StatesU.S. Army25IraqNinewaMosul (near)Hostile – hostile fire – bombGeorgiaBluffton
4/23/2017Mazon, CarlosSeamanUnited StatesU.S. Navy19BahrainGhazniManamaNon-hostile – suicideIllinoisChicago
5/26/2017Murphy, Etienne J.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22SyriaGhazniAl-HasakahNon-hostile – vehicle rolloverGeorgiaLoganville
8/2/2017Board, DavidTechnical SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force49KuwaitGhazniKuwaitNon-hostileWest VirginiaBarboursville
8/13/2017Brooks, Roshain EuvinceSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30IraqGhazniNorthern IraqNon-hostile – artillery mishapNew YorkBrooklyn
8/13/2017Stigler Jr., Allen LeviSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqGhazniNorthern IraqNon-hostile – artillery mishapTexasArlington
8/18/2017Hoadley, DanielCivilianUnited StatesCivilian54Saudi ArabiaGhazniRiyadhNon-hostileColoradoColorado Springs
8/31/2017Rivera-Lopez, EmilStaff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army31YemenGhazniCoast of YemenNon-hostile – helicopter crashPuerto RicoSan Juan
9/23/2017Grenier, Stéphanel’adjudant-chefFranceFrench Army34IraqGhazniIraq-Syria borderHostile – hostile fireUnknownNot reported yet
10/2/2017Missildine, Alexander W.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqSalah ad DinSalah ad-Din ProvinceHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasTyler
11/11/2017Smith, Lee M.Chief Warrant Officer 2United StatesU.S. Army35IraqBaghdadCamp TajiNon-hostileTexasArlington
11/27/2017McGurn, Todd L.CorporalUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileCaliforniaRiverside
12/15/2017Bonilla Perez, Axel OmarSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army Reserve30United StatesGhazniBethesda Naval Hosp., MDNon-hostilePuerto RicoArecibo
12/20/2017Chaves, Avadon A.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqAnbarAl AsadNon-hostileCaliforniaTurlock
12/25/2017Stilwell, Brian LeeMaster SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army National Guard56United StatesGhazniBethesda Naval Hosp., MDNon-hostileOklahomaCoweta
1/8/2018Sullivan, Javion ShavonteSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army24IraqAnbarAl Anbar ProvinceNon-hostileSouth CarolinaFort Mill
1/31/2018Sprouting, DeanCaptainUnited KingdomBritish Army46IraqAnbarAl Asad Air BaseNon-hostile – accidentUnknownJarrow, South Tyneside
2/19/2018Schoenecker, Christina MarieSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army26IraqBaghdadBaghdadNon-hostileVirginiaArlington
3/7/2018Wilson, Maitland DeweeverSergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army38GermanyGhazniLandstuhl Reg. Med. Ctr.Non-hostileNew YorkBrooklyn
3/15/2018O’Keeffe, Andreas B.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Air National Guard37IraqAnbarAl QaimNon-hostile – helicopter crashNew YorkCenter Moriches
3/15/2018Zanetis, Christopher T.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Air National Guard37IraqAnbarAl QaimNon-hostile – helicopter crashNew YorkLong Island City
3/15/2018Raguso, Christopher J.Master SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air National Guard39IraqAnbarAl QaimNon-hostile – helicopter crashNew YorkCommack
3/15/2018Briggs, Dashan J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air National Guard30IraqAnbarAl QaimNon-hostile – helicopter crashNew YorkPort Jefferson Station
3/15/2018Weber, Mark K.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Air Force29IraqAnbarAl QaimNon-hostile – helicopter crashColoradoColorado Springs
3/15/2018Enis, Carl P.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force Reserve31IraqAnbarAl QaimNon-hostile – helicopter crashFloridaTallahassee
3/15/2018Posch, William R.Master SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force Reserve36IraqAnbarAl QaimNon-hostile – helicopter crashFloridaIndialantic
4/5/2018Williams, Austin ThomasPetty Officer 2nd ClassUnited StatesU.S. Navy22BahrainGhazniManamaHostile – hostile fireMaineFreeport
4/30/2018Dunbar, Jonathan J.Master SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army36SyriaAleppoManbijHostile – hostile fire – IED attackTexasAustin
7/8/2018Mitchell, Sarah JoyEnsignUnited StatesU.S. Navy23JordanNAAqabaNon-hostilePennsylvaniaFeasterville
7/12/2018Grotjan, James T.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force26GermanyGhazniLandstuhl Regional Medical CenterNon-hostileConnecticutWaterford
8/20/2018Galvin, Taylor J.Chief Warrant Officer 3United StatesU.S. Army34IraqNinewaSinjarNon-hostile – helicopter crashWashingtonSpokane
10/6/2018Hervas, Tad T.MajorUnited StatesU.S. Army48IraqBasraOperating Base BasraNon-Hostile – injuryMinnesotaCoon Rapids
10/20/2018Finan, Jason C.Petty OfficerUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqNANorthern IraqHostile – hostile fire – IED attackCaliforniaAnaheim
1/16/2019Wirtz, Scott A.CivilianUnited StatesU.S. Dept. of Defense42SyriaManbijManbijHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberMissouriSt. Louis
1/16/2019Kent, Shannon M.Chief Cryptologic TechnicianUnited StatesU.S. Navy35SyriaManbijManbijHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberNew YorkNot reported yet
1/16/2019Farmer, Jonathan R.Chief Warrant Officer 2United StatesU.S. Army37SyriaManbijManbijHostile – hostile fire – suicide bomberFloridaBoynton Beach
3/5/2019Bolinski, Holli R.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army37KuwaitUnknownNorthern KuwaitNon-hostile – vehicle accidentIllinoisPinckneyville
3/5/2019Johnson, Jackson D.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20KuwaitUnknownNorthern KuwaitNon-hostile – vehicle accidentMissouriHillsborough
4/20/2019Riley, Ryan Dennis OrinSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22IraqNinewaNinawa ProvinceNon-hostile – incidentKentuckyRichmond
4/23/2019Osorio, Michael T.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostile – incidentIdahoHorseshoe Bend
4/29/2019Thomason, Michael A.Private 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army28SyriaAleppoKobaniNon-hostile – incidentMichiganLincoln Park
7/18/2019Friese, William EdwardSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army30KuwaitNACamp BuehringNon-hostile – incidentWest VirginiaRockport
8/10/2019Koppenhafer, Scott A.Gunnery SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Marine35IraqNinewaNineveh provinceHostile – hostile fire – small arms fireColoradoMancos
8/17/2019Horne, Clayton JamesSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army23Saudi ArabiaNARiyadhNon-hostile – incidentLouisianaAtlanta
10/27/2019Irish, Nathaneil G.SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqBaghdadTajiNon-hostileMontanaBillings
1/24/2020Moore, Antonio I.SpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army22SyriaNADeir ez Zor ProvinceNon-hostile – vehicle accident (rollover)North CarolinaWilson
3/9/2020Navas, Moises A.CaptainUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqNANorth Central IraqHostile – hostile fireMarylandGermantown
3/9/2020Pongo, Diego D.Gunnery SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army34IraqNANorth Central IraqHostile – hostile fireCaliforniaSimi Valley
3/11/2020Roberts, Marshal D.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air National Guard28IraqBaghdadCamp TajiHostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireOklahomaOwasso
3/11/2020Covarrubias, Juan Miguel MendezSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army27IraqBaghdadCamp TajiHostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireCaliforniaHanford
3/11/2020Gillon, BrodieLance CorporalUnited KingdomBritish Army26IraqBaghdadCamp TajiHostile – hostile fire – Rocket fireScotlandUnknown
3/30/2020Hilty, John David RandolphSergeant 1st ClassUnited StatesU.S. Army44IraqArbilErbilNon-hostileMarylandBowie
5/4/2020Curry, Christopher WesleySergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army23IraqArbilErbilNon-hostileIndianaTerre Haute
6/23/2020Bravo-Regules, NickSpecialistUnited StatesU.S. Army20JordanNAJordanNon-hostileFloridaLargo
7/21/2020Mount, Bryan CooperSergeantUnited StatesU.S. Army25SyriaUnknownEastern SyriaNon-hostile – vehicle accident (rollover)UtahSt. George
DateNameRankNationalityBranchAgeCountryProvinceWhereCauseStateCity
9/12/2020Phan, Jason KhaiSenior AirmanUnited StatesU.S. Air Force26KuwaitNAAli Al Salem Air BaseNon-hostile – incidentCaliforniaAnaheim
9/14/2020Ouellette, Ronald J.Staff SergeantUnited StatesU.S. Air Force23KuwaitNAAli Al Salem Air BaseNon-hostile – vehicle incidentMassachusettsMerrimack/Hillsborough

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