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Cost of war - 1-10-07 

The totals:

3000 US soldiers, 250 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 52,853 to 58,454 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to January 7.

4648 Iraqi police and guardsmen have been killed since January 2005, according to an estimate compiled from news reports.

American soldiers killed between December 25-January 1:

Captain Hayes Clayton, 29, Georgia | Sergeant John T. Bubeck, 25, Collegeville, Pennsylvania | Specialist Aaron L. Preston, 29, Dallas | Private First Class Andrew H. Nelson, 19, Saint Johns, Michigan | Corporal Joshua M. Schmitz, 21, Spencer, Wisconsin | Lance Corporal William C. Koprince Jr., 24, Lenoir City, Tennessee | Specialist Joseph A. Strong, 21, Lebanon, Indiana | Specialist Douglas L. Tinsley, 21, Chester, South Carolina | Sergeant Christopher P. Messer, 28, Petersburg, Michigan | Private First Class Nathaniel A. Given, 21, Dickinson, Texas | Private Clinton T. McCormick, 20, Jacksonville, Florida | Sergeant Edward W. Shaffer, 23, Mont Alto, Pennsylvania | Corporal Christopher E. Esckelson, 22, Vassar, Michigan | Lance Corporal Nicholas A. Miller, 20, Silverwood, Michigan | Lance Corporal William D. Spencer, 20, Paris, Tennessee | Specialist Dustin R. Donica, 22, Spring, Texas | Specialist Luis G. Ayala, 21, South Gate, California | Sergeant Lawrence J. Carter, 25, Rancho Cucamonga, California | Private First Class William R. Newgard, 20, Arlington Heights, Illillnois | Private David E. Dietrich, 21, Marysville, Pennsylvania | Sergeant John M. Sullivan, 22, Hixon, Tennessee | Corporal Jonathan E. Schiller, 20, Ottumwa, Iowa | Specialist Richard A. Smith, 20, Grand Prairie, Texas | Sergeant Thomas E. Vandling Jr., 26, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Sources: US Department of Defense,,


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