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Cost of war - 09.06.06 

The totals:

2642 US soldiers, 230 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 41,041 to 45,613 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to September 1.

4016 Iraqi police and guardsmen have been killed since January 2005, according to an estimate compiled from news reports.

American soldiers killed between August 26 and 30:

Corporal David G. Weimortz, 28, Irmo, South Carolina | Specialist EdgardoZayas, 29, Dorchester, Massachusetts | Sergeant MoisesJazmin, 25, Providence, Rhode Island | Specialist Qixing Lee, 20, Minneapolis, Minnesota | Specialist Shaun A. Novak, 21, Two Rivers, Wisconsin | Specialist Tristan C. Smith, 23, Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania | Specialist Kenneth M. Cross, 21, Superior, Wisconsin | Private First Class Daniel G. Dolan, 19, Roy, Utah | Sergeant David J. Almazan, 27, Van Nuys, California | Lance Corporal Donald E. Champlin, 28, Natchitoches, Louisiana | Specialist Seth A. Hildreth, 26, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina | Specialist Joshua D. Jones, 24, Pomeroy, Ohio | Sergeant Darry Benson, 46, Winterville, North Carolina | Sergeant Darry Benson, 46, Winterville, North Carolina | Staff Sergeant Jeffrey J. Hansen, 31, Cairo, Nebraska | Specialist Matthew E. Schneider, 23, Gorham, New Hampshire | Corporal Christopher T. Warndorf, 21, Burlington, Kentucky | Private First Class Colin J. Wolfe, 18, Manassas, Virginia

Sources: US Department of Defense, www.icasualties.org, www.iraqbodycount.net

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