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Cost of war 9.28.05 

The totals:

1915 US soldiers, 197 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 26,092 to 29,401 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to September 24.

As of September 20, 14,641 US soldiers have been wounded in action.

American soldiers killed between September 16 and 24:

First Sergeant Alan N. Gifford, 39; Tallahassee, Florida | Specialist David H. Ford IV, 20; Ironton, Ohio | Sergeant Matthew L. Deckard, 29; Elizabethtown, Kentucky | Staff Sergeant Regilio E. Nelom, 45; Queens, New York | Sergeant First Class Lawrence E. Morrison, 45; Yakima, Washington | First Lieutenant Mark H. Dooley, 27; Wallkill, New York | Sergeant Michael Egan, 36; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | Specialist William V. Fernandez, 37; Reading, Pennsylvania | Sergeant Pierre A. Raymond, 28; Lawrence, Massachusetts | Staff Sergeant William A. Allers III, 28; Leitchfield, Kentucky | Sergeant Travis M. Arndt, 23; Bozeman, Montana | Specialist Scott P. McLaughlin, 29; Hardwick, Vermont | Specialist Kevin M. Jones, 21; Washington, North Carolina | Staff Sergeant Daniel R. Scheile, 37; Antioch, California | Sergeant Paul C. Neubauer, 40; Oceanside, California | Sergeant Brian E. Dunlap, 34; Vista, California.

Sources: US Department of Defense, www.icasualties.org, The New York Times, www.iraqbodycount.net

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