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Cost of war - 10-11-06 

The totals:


2730 US soldiers, 237 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 43,850 to 48,693 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to October 4.

4202 Iraqi police and guardsmen have been killed since January 2005, according to an estimate compiled from news reports.

American soldiers killed between October1-4:

Corporal Aaron L. Seal, 23, Elkhart, Indiana | Sergeant Chase A. Haag, 22, Portland, Oregon | Captain Justin D. Peterson, 32, Davisburg, Michigan | Sergeant Denise A. Lannaman, 46, Bayside, New York | Lance Corporal Christopher B. Cosgrove III, 23, Cedar Knolls, New Jersey | Sergeant Mario Nelson, 26, Brooklyn, New York | Staff Sergeant Joe A. Narvaez, 25, San Antonio, Texas | Private First Class Michael K. Oremus, 21, Highland, New York | Private First Class Satieon V. Greenlee, 24, Pendleton, South Carolina | Staff Sergeant James D. Ellis, 25, Valdosta, Georgia | Specialist Raymond S. Armijo, 22, Phoenix, Arizona | Specialist Justin R. Jarrett, 21, Jonesboro, Georgia | Specialist Kristofer C. Walker, 20, Creve Coeur, Illinois | Staff Sergeant Jonathan Rojas, 27, Hammond, Indiana | Staff Sergeant Daniel Isshak, 25, Alta Loma, California | Lance Corporal Edward M. Garvin, 19, Malden, Massachusetts | Corporal Benjamin S. Rosales, 20, Houston, Texas

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


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