This Week: In Memoriam

(h/t Heather of VideoCafe) This Week with George Stephanopoulos marks the passings of eleven service members killed in Afghanistan: US Army SPC James A Justice, 21, Grover, NC US Marines SSgt Gregory T Copes, 36, Lynch Station, VA US Navy HC

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(h/t Heather of VideoCafe)

This Week with George Stephanopoulos marks the passings of eleven service members killed in Afghanistan:

US Army SPC James A Justice, 21, Grover, NC
US Marines SSgt Gregory T Copes, 36, Lynch Station, VA
US Navy HC PO1 Darrel L Enos, 36, Colorado Springs, CO
US Army CWO Brian D Hornsby, 37, Melbourne, FL
US Army CWO Suresh NA Krause, 29, Cathedral City, CA
US Navy PO1 Sean P Carson, 32, Des Moines, WA
US Navy PO1 Patrick D Feeks, 28, Edgewater, MD
US Army SGT Richard A Essex, 23, Kelseyville, CA
US Army SGT Luis A Oliver Galbreath, 41, San Juan, PR
US Navy PO2 David J Warsen, 27, Kentwood, MI
US Army SFC Coater B Debose, 55, State Line, MS

According to iCasualties, the total number of allied service members killed is 3,156.

In addition, the following notable names lost their lives:

Director/producer Tony Scott, comedian Phyllis Diller, state senator J. Frank Raley, right-to-die advocate Tony Nicklinson, Muppeteer Jerry Nelson, musician Byard Lancaster, author James Fogle, state senator Aubrey Dunn, Sr, soccer superstar FĂ©lix and astronaut Neil Armstrong.

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