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June 15-21, 2006

In Iraq

The following members of the United States Armed Forces died during the past week in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Since the inception of hostilities, 2,508 service members have died, 2,364 of them since President George W. Bush declared an end to major combat operations on May 1, 2003. Thus far 18,572 service members have been wounded in action.

DAVID J. BABINEAU, 25

Specialist, Army

2nd Brigade

101st Airborne Division

Springfield, Massachusetts

MICHAEL A. ESTRELLA, 20

Corporal, Marines

3rd Marine Division

III Marine Expeditionary Force

Hemet, California

ROBERT L. JONES, 22

Specialist, Army

40th Engineer Battalion

Milwaukie, Oregon

BRENT W. KOCH, 22

Specialist, Army

2nd Battalion

136th Infantry

Morton, Minnesota

REYES RAMIREZ, 23

Sergeant, Army

40th Engineer Battalion

Willis, Texas

JEREMIAH S. SANTOS, 21

Specialist, Army

2nd Brigade

4th Infantry Division

Minot, North Dakota

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, 304 service members have died and 774 have been wounded in action.

PATRICK D. DAMON, 41

Captain, National Guard

240th Engineer Group

Falmouth, Maine

RUSSELL M. DURGIN, 23

Sergeant, Army

32nd Infantry Battalion

10th Mountain Division

Henniker, New Hampshire

FORREST P. EWENS, 25

1st Lieutenant, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

10th Mountain Division

Washington State

CHARLES E. MUNIER, 50

Lieutenant Colonel, National Guard

Wyoming National Guard

Wheatland, Wyoming

ROGER P. PENA JR., 29

Sergeant, Army

10th Sustainment Brigade

10th Mountain Division

San Antonio, Texas

IAN T. SANCHEZ, 26

Sergeant, Army

3rd Brigade Combat Team

10th Mountain Division

Staten Island, New York

Duty Status Whereabouts Unknown

The Department of Defense identified two soldiers believed to have been captured by insurgent forces at a Baghdad checkpoint. Despite widespread reports that the two mutilated bodies found in Iraq on Tuesday are those of these two servicemen, as of press time, the Defense Department had not announced results of definitive DNA testing.

KRISTIAN MENCHACA, 23

Private 1st Class

2nd Brigade

101st Airborne Division

Houston, Texas

THOMAS L. TUCKER, 25

Private 1st Class

2nd Brigade

101st Airborne Division

Madras, Oregon

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