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Cost of war - 11-15-06 

The totals:

2851 US soldiers, 246 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 47,016 to 52,142 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to November 9.

4432 Iraqi police and guardsmen have been killed since January 2005, according to an estimate compiled from news reports.

American soldiers killed between November 2-9:

Private Michael P. Bridges, 23, Placentia, California | Lance Corporal Luke B. Holler, 21, Bulverde, Texas | Corporal Michael H. Lasky, 22, Sterling, Alaska | Staff Sergeant Jason D. Whitehouse, 27, Phoenix, Arizona | Lance Corporal James E. Brown, 20, Owensville, Indiana | Lieutenant Colonel Paul J. Finken, 40, Earling, Iowa | Lieutenant Colonel Eric J. Kruger, 40, Garland, Texas | Staff Sergeant Joseph A. Gage, 28, Modesto, California | Specialist James L. Bridges, 22, Buhl, Idaho | Second Lieutenant Mark C. Gelina, 33, Moberly, Missouri | Corporal Kyle W. Powell, 21, Colorado Springs, Colorado | Corporal Jose A. Galvan, 22, San Antonio, Texas | Specialist Douglas C. Desjardins, 24, Mesa, Arizona | Chief Warrant Officer John R. Priestner, 42, Pennsylvania | Chief Warrant Officer Miles P. Henderson, 24, Amarillo, Texas | Sergeant Lucas T. White, 28, Moses Lake, Washington | Lance Corporal Ryan T. McCaughn, 19, Manchester, New Hampshire | Staff Sergeant Richwell A. Doria, 25, San Diego, California | Sergeant Courtland A. Kennard, 22, of Starkville, Mississippi | Staff Sergeant Gregory W. G. McCoy, 26, Webberville, Michigan | Sergeant First Class Rudy A. Salcido, 31, Ontario, California

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

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