Thursday, October 21, 2010

U.S Military War Casualties in Irag and Afghanistan

U.S. Military Killed in Action:
Iraq:10/20/10: no reports current: 4758
Afghanistan:10/2010: 1 current: 1354

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

SPC Luke S. Runyan, 21, U.S. Army, Spring Grove, Pennsylvania (hostile fire--small arms fire)

SGT Edmond L. Randle Jr., 26, U.S. Army, Carol City, Florida (hostile fire--IED attack)

SSG Roland L. Castro, 26, U.S. Army, San Antonio, Texas (non-hostile--weapon discharge)

SGT Keicia M. Hines, 27, U.S. Army, Citrus Heights, California (non-hostile-vehicle accident)

SSG Ricky L. Crockett, 37, U.S. Army, Broxton, Georgia (hostile fire--IED attack)

CWO Ian D. Manuel, 23, U.S. Army, ______Florida (hostile--helicopter crash)

CWO Phillip a. Johnson Jr., 31, U.S. Army, ____Alabama (hostile--helicopter crash)

SSG Craig Davis, 37, U.S. Army, Opelousas, Louisiana (hostile--helicopter crash)

SPC Christopher A. Golby, 26, U.S. Army, Johnstown, Pennsylvania (hostile-helicopter crash)

SPC Nathaniel H. Johnson, 22, U.S. Army, Augusta, Georgia (hostile--helicopter crash)

SGT 1ST CLASS Gregory B. Hicks, 35, U.S. Army, Duff, Tennessee (hostile--helicopter crash)

SPC Michael A. Diraimondo, 22, U.S. Army, Simi Valley, California (hostile-helicopter crash)

SGT Jeffrey C. Walker, 33, U.S. Army, Havre de Grace, Maryland (hostile--helicopter crash)


In the struggle of Good against Evil, it's always the people who get killed.
Eduardo Galeano

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