1,831 American soldiers, 194 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 23,456 to 26,559 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to August 5.
American soldiers killed from July 31-Aug 5:
Corporal Jeffrey A. Boskovitch, 25; Seven Hills, Ohio | Lance Corporal Roger D. Castleberry Jr., 26; Austin, Texas | Sergeant David J. Coullard, 32; Glastonbury, Connecticut | Lance Corporal Daniel N. Deyarmin Jr., 22; Tallmadge, Ohio | Lance Corporal Brian P. Montgomery, 26; Willoughby, Ohio | Sergeant Nathaniel S. Rock, 26; Toronto, Ohio | Sergeant James R. Graham III, 25; Coweta, Oklahoma | Petty Officer First Class Thomas C. Hull, 41; Princeton, Illinois | Staff Sergeant James D. McNaughton, 27; Middle Village | Lance Corporal Timothy M. Bell Jr., 22; West Chesterfield, Ohio | Lance Corporal Eric J. Bernholtz, 23; Grove City, Ohio | Lance Corporal Nicholas William B. Bloem, 20; Belgrade, Montana | Sergeant Bradley J. Harper, 25; Dresden, Ohio | Sergeant Justin F. Hoffman, 27; Delaware, Ohio | Corporal David Kenneth J. Kreuter, 26; Cincinnati, Ohio | Corporal David S. Stewart, 24; Bogalusa, Louisiana | Lance Corporal Adam J. Strain, 20; Smartsville, California | Lance Corporal Michael J. Cifuentes, 25; Fairfield, Ohio | Lance Corporal Grant B. Fraser, 22; Anchorage, Alaska | Lance Corporal Aaron H. Reed, 21; Chillicothe, Ohio | Lance Corporal Edward A. Schroeder II, 23; Columbus, Ohio | Lance Corporal Kevin G. Waruinge, 22; Tampa, Florida | Lance Corporal William B. Wightman, 22; Sabina, Ohio | Specialist Jerry L. Ganey Jr., 29; Folkston, Georgia | Specialist Mathew V. Gibbs, 21; Ambrose, Georgia | Sergeant First Class Charles H. Warren, 36; Duluth, Georgia | Lance Corporal Christopher J. Dyer, 19; Cincinnati, Ohio | Staff Sergeant Chad J. Simon, 32; Madison, Wisconsin | Private First Class Nils G. Thompson, 19; Confluence, Pennsylvania | Gunnery Sergeant Terry W. Ball Jr., 36; East Peoria, Illinois | Sergeant First Class Robert V. Derenda, 42; Ledbetter, Kentucky | Sergeant First Class Brett E. Walden, 40; Fort Walton Beach, Florida.
Sources: US Department of Defense, www.icasualties.org, The New York Times, www.iraqbodycount.net