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Cost of war 11.23.05 

The totals:

2085 US soldiers, 201 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 26,994 to 30,420 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to November 20.

American soldiers killed between November 4 and 15:

Lieutenant Colonel Thomas A. Wren, 44; Lorton, Virginia | Master Sergeant James F. Hayes, 48; Barstow, California | Lance Corporal Ryan J. Sorensen, 26; Boca Raton, Florida | Captain Joel E. Cahill, 34; Norwood, Massachusetts | 1st Lieutenant Justin S. Smith, 28; Lansing, Michigan | Staff Sergeant Brian L. Freeman, 27; Lucedale, Mississippi | Specialist Robert C. Pope II, 22; East Islip, New York | Private First Class Mario A. Reyes, 19; Las Cruces, New Mexico | Sergeant 1st Class Alwyn C. Cashe, 35; Oviedo, Florida | Lance Corporal Jeremy P. Tamburello, 19; Denver, Colorado | Staff Sergeant Michael C. Parrott, 49; Timnath, Colorado | Sergeant Joshua A. Terando, 27; Morris, Illinois | Lance Corporal Daniel F. Swaim, 19; Yadkinville, North Carolina | Lance Corporal David A. Mendez Ruiz, 20; Cleveland, Ohio | Lance Corporal Scott A. Zubowski, 20; Manchester, Indiana | Corporal Donald E. Fisher II, 21; Avon, Massachusetts | Private First Class Antonio Mendezsanchez, 22; Rincon, Puerto Rico | Sergeant Tyrone L. Chisholm, 27; Savannah, Georgia | Staff Sergeant Stephen J. Sutherland, 33; West Deptford, New Jersey | Corporal John M. Longoria, 21; Nixon, Texas | Major Ramon J. Mendoza Jr., 37; Columbus, Ohio | Lance Corporal Christopher M. McCrackin, 20; Liverpool, Texas | Staff Sergeant James E. Estep, 26; Leesburg, Florida | Specialist Matthew J. Holley, 21; San Diego, California | Specialist Alexis Roman-Cruz, 33; Brandon, Florida | Private First Class Travis J. Grigg, 24; Inola, Oklahoma | Lance Corporal Nickolas D. Schiavoni, 26; Haverhill, Massachusetts.

Sources: US Department of Defense,, The New York Times,


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