Tuesday, May 22, 2012

U.S. Military Killed or Wounded in Afghanistan and Iraq

Afghanistan: 5/21/12: 3     CURRENT: 1982                                                 

Killed In Action: 3/2003---12/18/2011: 4,818

Wounded total to 12/18/1I:     54,834
Killed in Action, November,2011: 2

Iraqi Civilians Killed: 1,366,350

Wounded Total (to 3/1/12): 15322
Killed In Action, April,2012: 54
Wounded, January,2012: 114

KILLED IN ACTION                               
MAJ John P. Pryor, 42, U.S. Army, Moorestown, New Jersey  (hostile fire--mortar attack)
SSG Christopher G. Smith, 28, U.S. Army, Grand Rapids, Michigan (non-hostile--vehicle rollover)
SPC Stephen M. Okray, 21, U.S. Army, St. Clair Shores, Michigan (non-hostile--vehicle rollover)

SPC Stephen G. Zapasnik, 19, U.S. Army, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma (non-hostile--vehicle rollover) LANCE CPL Thomas Reilly, Jr., 19, U.S. Marine Corps, London, Kentucky (hostile fire)
LANCE CPL Robert L. Johnson, 21, U. S. Marine Corps, Central Point, Oregon (non-hostile)
PFC Coleman W. Hinkefent, 19, U.S. Army, Coweta, Oklahoma (non-hostile--illness)
SSG Jonathan W. Dean, 25, U.S. Army, Menagar, Alabama (non-hostile)
SSG Solomon T. Sam, 31, U.S. Army, Majuro, Marshall Islands (hostile fire--suicide car bomb)
SGT John J. Savage, 26, U.S. Army, Weatherford, Texas (hostile fire-suicide car bomb)

Photo of 1st Lt.  Robert  . Vallejo II  1ST LT Robert Vallejo II                             
 28,  U.S. Army                                        
  Richland Hills, Texas                                        
   September 18, 2008                                        
  non-hostile--helicopter crash


Photo of Capt.  Darrick  D. Wright

CAPT Darrick D. Wright    
37,  U.S. Army    
Nashville, Tennessee
September 17, 2008

Photo of Pfc.  Leonard  J. Gulczynski IPFC Leonard J. Gulczynski
19,  U.S. Army
Carol Stream, Illinois
September 17, 2008
non-hostile--vehicle accident

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