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Cost of war - 2.01.06 

The totals:

2240 US soldiers, 203 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 28,287 to 31,891 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to January 28.

16,420 US soldiers were wounded in action between March 2003 and January 2006, according to DoD reports.

American soldiers killed between January 17 and 28:

Staff Sergeant Rickey Scott, 30; Columbus, Georgia | Sergeant Dennis J. Flanagan, 22; Inverness, Florida | Specialist Clifton J. Yazzie, 23; Fruitland, New Mexico | Specialist Matthew C. Frantz, 23; Lafayette, Indiana | Corporal Carlos Arrelanopandura, 22; Los Angeles, California | Private Lewis T. D. Calapini, 21; Waipahu, Hawaii | Lance Corporal Brandon Dewey, 20; San Joaquin, California | Lance Corporal Joshua A. Scott, 24; Tunnel Hill, Georgia | Tech. Sergeant Jason L. Norton, 32; Miami, Oklahoma | Staff Sergeant Brian McElroy, 28; San Antonio, Texas. | Staff Sergeant Lance M. Chase, 32; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma | Private First Class Peter D. Wagler, 18; Partridge, Kansas | Sergeant Matthew D. Hunter, 31; Valley Grove, West Virginia |Sergeant Sean H. Miles, 28; Midlothian, Virginia | Sergeant Joshua A. Johnson, 24; Richford, Vermont | Staff Sergeant Jerry M. Durbin Jr., 26; Spring, Texas | Specialist Brian J. Schoff, 22; Manchester, Tennessee |Sergeant David L. Herrera, 26; Oceanside, California.

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

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