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November 23-30, 2005

In Iraq

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past two weeks in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 2,108 ervice members have died, 1,964 of them since President George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far, 15,881 service members have been wounded in action.

BRETT E. ANGUS, 40

Master Sergeant, Marines

3rd Marine Aircraft Wing

I Marine Expeditionary Force

St. Paul, Minnesota

ARAM J. BASS, 25

Staff Sergeant, Army

2nd Battalion

502nd Infantry Regiment

Niagara Falls, New York

JONATHAN F. BLAIR, 21

Corporal, Army

231st Battalion

187th Infantry Regiment

Fort Wayne, Indiana

RYAN D. CHRISTENSEN, 22

Private 1st Class, Army

1st Battalion

64th Armor Regiment

Spring Lake Heights, New Jersey

JOHN W. DEARING, 21

Private 1st Class, National Guard

1st Battalion

125th Infantry Regiment

Hazel Park, Michigan

MARC A. DELGADO, 21

Specialist, Army

170th Military Police Company

504th Military Police Battalion

Lithia, Florida

DENIS J. GALLARDO, 22

Sergeant. Army

2nd Squadron

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

St. Petersburg, Florida

MICHAEL J. IDANAN, 21

Specialist, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

101st Airborne Division

Chula Vista, California

EDWARD KAROLASZ, 25

Staff Sergeant, Army

231st Battalion

187th Infantry Regiment

Powder Springs, New Jersey

ALLEN J. KNOP, 22

Specialist, Army

2nd Battalion

502nd Infantry Regiment

Willowick, Ohio

DOMINIC J. HINTON, 24

Specialist, Army

231st Battalion

187th Infantry Regiment

Jacksonville, Texas

WILLIAM B. MEEUWSEN, 24

Sergeant, Army

2nd Battalion

502nd Infantry Regiment

Kingwood, Texas

ERIC P. PEARROW, 40

Sergeant 1st Class, Army

3rd Squadron

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

Peoria, Illinois

STEVEN C. REYNOLDS, 32

Staff Sergeant, Army

170th Military Police Company

504th Military Police Battalion

Jordan, New York

GREGORY L. TULL, 20

Sergeant, National Guard

1st Battalion

194th Field Artillery

Pocahontas, Iowa

JAVIER A. VILLANUEVA, 25

Specialist, Army

2nd Squadron

11th Armored Cavalry Regiment

Temple, Texas

DENNIS W. ZILINSKI

1st Lieutenant, Army

231st Battalion

187th Infantry Regiment

Freehold, New Jersey

In Afghanistan

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past week in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 250 service members have died and 654 have been wounded in action.

MATTHEW P. STEYART, 21

Corporal, Army

1st Battalion

508th Infantry Regiment

Mount Shasta, California

EMORY J. TURPIN, 23

Petty Officer 3rd Class, Navy

Mobile Construction Battalion 74

Dahlonega, Georgia

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