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Cost of war - 4.12.06 

The totals:

2347 US soldiers, 209 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 34,030 to 38,164 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to April 10.

3113Iraqi police and guardsmen have been killed since January 2005, according to an estimate compiled from news reports.

American soldiers killed between March 31 and April 6:

Lance Corporal Jacob W. Beisel, 21, Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania | Lance Corporal Kun Y. Kim, 20, Atlanta, Georgia | Staff Sergeant Eric A. McIntosh, 29, Trafford, Pennsylvania | Corporal Scott J. Procopio, 20, Saugus, Massachusetts | Captain Timothy J. Moshier, 25, Albany, New York | Chief Warrant Officer Michael L. Hartwick, 37, Orrick, Missouri | Staff Sergeant Darrell P. Clay, 34, Fayetteville, North Carolina | Sergeant Israel Devora Garcia, 23, Clint, Texas | Corporal Andres Aguilar Jr., 21, Victoria, Texas | Corporal David A. Bass, 20, Nashville, Tennessee | Lance Corporal Patrick J. Gallagher, 27, Jacksonville, Florida | Lance Corporal Felipe D. Sandoval-Flores, 20, Los Angeles, California | Corporal Brian R. St. Germain, 22, Warwick, Rhode Island | Staff Sergeant Abraham G. Twitchell, 28, Yelm, Washington | Private First Class Jeremy W. Ehle, 19, Richmond, Virginia | HospitalmanGeovani Padilla Aleman, 20, South Gate, California | Specialist Ty J. Johnson, 28, Elk Grove, California | Specialist Dustin J. Harris, 21, Bangor, Maine | Private First Class Chase A. Edwards, 19, Lake Charles, Louisiana | Specialist Daniel L. Sesker, 22, Ogden, Iowa

Sources: US Department of Defense,,


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