This Week: In Memoriam

(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) This Week with George Stephanopoulos notes the loss of four service members in Afghanistan this week. In addition, there were ten casualties last week that we did not note: US Army SPC James Dutton, 25, Checotah, OK US

(h/t Heather at VideoCafe)
This Week with George Stephanopoulos notes the loss of four service members in Afghanistan this week. In addition, there were ten casualties last week that we did not note:

US Army SPC James Dutton, 25, Checotah, OK
US Army SSGT Tyler J Smith, 24, Licking, MO
US Army SPC Jeffrey L White Jr, 21, Catawissa, MO
US Marines Cpl Christopher D Bordoni, 21, Ithaca, NY
US Army SSGT Christopher Brown, 26, Columbus, OH
US Army 1SGT Shawn T Hannon, 44, Grove City, OH
US Army 1SGT Jeffrey J Rieck, 45, Columbus, OH
US Army Capt. Nicholas J Rozanski, 36, Dublin, OH
US Marines Cpl Alex Martinez, 21, Elgin, IL
US Army SPC Antonio C Burnside, 31, Great Falls, MT
US Navy Constructionman Trevor J Stanley, 22, Virginia Beach, VA
US Army SPC Phillip CS Schiller, 21, The Colony, TX
US Marines LCpl Ramon T Kaipat, 22, Tacoma, WA
US Marines LCpl Abraham Tarwoe, 25, Providence, RI

In addition, the following notable names lost their lives in the last two weeks: television host Gil Noble, auto designer Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, publicist and alleged CIA operative Michael Sands, painter Thomas Kinkade, legendary newsman Mike Wallace, Olympian Mark Lenzi, author and screenwriter Karyn Kay, musician Hal McKusick, and hockey hall of famer Emile Bouchard.

According to iCasualties, there have been 2,958 allied service members killed in Afghanistan.

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