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The cost of war 6.8.05 

The totals:

1,667 American soldiers, 185 Coalition soldiers, and approximately 22,111 to 25,076 Iraqi civilians have been killed in Iraq from the beginning of the war and occupation to June 6.

American soldiers killed from May 25-June 6:

Sergeant Alfred B. Siler, 33; Duff, Tennessee | Major Ricardo A. Crocker, 39; Mission Viejo, California | Sergeant Mark A. Maida, 22; Madison, Wisconsin | Matthew Scott Lourey, 40; East Bethel, Minnesota | Joshua Michael Scott, 28; Sun Prairie, Wisconsin | First Sergeant Michael S. Barnhill, 39; Folsom, California | Lieutenant Colonel Albert E. Smart, 41; San Antonio, Texas | Specialist Phillip N. Sayles, 26; Jacksonville, Arkansas | Staff Sergeant Victor M. Cortes III, 29; Erie, Pennsylvania | Major William Downs, 40; Winchester, Virginia | Captain Jeremy Fresques, 26; Clarkdale, Arizona | Captain Derek Argel, 28; Lompoc, California | Corporal Jeffrey B. Starr, 22; Snohomish, Washington | Sergeant Miguel A. Ramos, 39; Mayaguez, Puerto Rico | Sergeant First Class Steven M. Langmack, 33; Seattle, Washington | Specialist Louis E. Niedermeier, 20; Largo, Florida | Sergeant First Class Virgil R. Case, 37; Mountain Home, Idaho | Specialist Phillip C. Edmundson, 22; Wilson, North Carolina | Corporal Antonio Mendoza, 21; Santa Ana, California | Specialist Carrie L. French, 19; Caldwell, Idaho.

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

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