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Cost of war - 10-25-06 

The totals:

2800 US soldiers, 238 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 44,501 to 49,440 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to October 20.

4295 Iraqi police and guardsmen have been killed since January 2005, according to an estimate compiled from news reports.

American soldiers killed between October 14-20:

Airman First Class Leebernard E. Chavis, 21, Hampton, Virginia | Sergeant Brock A. Babb, 40, Evansville, Indiana | Lance Corporal Joshua M. Hines, 26, Olney | Sergeant Jonathan J. Simpson, 25, Rockport, Texas | First Sergeant Charles M. King, 48, Mobile, Alabama | Staff Sergeant Joseph M. Kane, 35, Darby, Pennsylvania | Specialist Timothy J. Lauer, 25, Saegertown, Pennsylvania | Private First Class Keith J. Moore, 28, San Francisco, California | Captain Mark C. Paine, 32, Rancho Cucamonga, California | Sergeant Jonathan E. Lootens, 25, Lyons, New York | First Lieutenant Joshua Deese, 25, North Carolina | Sergeant Lester D. Baroncini Jr., 33, of Bakersfield, California | Private First Class Stephen D. Bicknell, 19, Prattville, Alabama | Second Lieutenant Joshua L. Booth, 23, Fiskdale, Massachusetts | Staff Sergeant Garth D. Sizemore, 31, Mount Sterling, Kentucky | Staff Sergeant Ryan E. Haupt, 24, Phoenix, Arizona | Sergeant Norman R. Taylor III, 21, Blythe, California | Private First Class Nathan J. Frigo, 23, Kokomo, Indiana | Second Lieutenant Christopher E. Loudon, 23, Brockport, Pennsylvania | Corporal David M. Unger, 21, Leavenworth, Kansas | Corporal Russell G. Culbertson III, 22, Amity, Pennsylvania | Specialist Joseph C. Dumas Jr., 25, New Orleans, Louisiana | Specialist Daniel W. Winegeart, 23, Kountze, Texas | Staff Sergeant Jesus M. Montalvo, 46, Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico | Specialist Jose R. Perez, 21, Ontario, California | Sergeant First Class Daniel A. Brozovich, 42, Greenville, Pennsylvania | Staff Sergeant Kevin M. Witte, 27, Beardsley, Minnesota

Sources: US Department of Defense,,


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