Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Operation Home Base

OPERATION HOME BASE-No good deed goes unpunished. To read the proposal and an excerpt of the pilot go to

U.S. Military Killed in Action:

Iraq:10/18/10: no reports current: 4758
Afghanistan:10/1810: 3 current: 1353

Wounded Total (to 4/30/10): 54,834
Killed in Action, September, 2010: 7
Wounded, April,2010: 40
Iraqi Civilians Killed: 1,366,350

Wounded Total (to 6/30/10): 6,773
Killed In Action,September,2010: 56
Wounded, May, 2010: 406
Wounded, June,2010: 517

SSG Sean G. Landrus, 31, U.S. Army, Thompson, Ohio (hostile fire--IED attack)

SGT Travis A. Mothart, 23, U.S. Army, Brownsville, Oregon ( hostile fire-IED attack)

SSG Lester O. Kinney II, 27, U.S. Army, Zanesville, Ohio (hostile fire--IED attack)

SGT 1ST CLASS James T. Hoffman, 41, U.S. Army, Whitesburg, Kentucky ( hostile fire-IED attack)

2ND LT Luke S. James, 24, U.S. Army, ________ Oklahoma (hostile fire-IED attack)

SGT Cory R. Mracek, 26, U.S. Army, Hay Springs, Nebraska (hostile fire-IED attack)

CAPT Mathew J. August, 28, U.S. Army, North Kingstown, Rhode Island (hostile fire--IED attack)

1ST LT Adam G. Mooney, 28, U.S. Army, Cambridge, Maryland (non-hostile--helicopter crash)

SSG Christopher Bunda, 29, U.S. Army, Bremerton, Washington (non-hostile-drowning)

CWO Patrick D. Dorff, 32, U.S. Army, Buffalo, Minnesota (non-hostile--helicopter crash)

PFC Ervin Dervishi, 21, U.S. Army, Fort Worth, Texas (hostile fire-RPG attack)

SGT Randy S. Rosenberg, 23, U.S. Army, Berlin, New Hampshire (hostile fire--car bomb )

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