This Week: In Memoriam

[media id=10293] (h/t Heather at VideoCafe) This Week with George Stephanopoulos notes the passings of photographer Irving Penn, anti-war activist Pe

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This Week with George Stephanopoulos notes the passings of photographer Irving Penn, anti-war activist Peg Mullen and restaurateur Ben Ali. In addition, the Pentagon has released the names of 16 soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Army SGT Roberto D Sanchez, 24 of Satellite Beach, FL

Army SGT Aaron M Smith, 25, of Manhattan, KS

Army SPC Brandon A Owens, 21, of Memphis, TN

Army SSG Thomas D Rabjohn, 39, of Litchfield Park, AZ

Army SPC Paul E Andersen, 49, of Dowagiac, MI

Army CPT Benjamin A Sklaver, 32, of Medford, MA

Army PFC Alan H Newton Jr, 26, of Asheboro, NC

Army MAJ Tad T Hervas, 48, of Coon Rapids, MN

Army SGT Justin T Gallegos, 27, of Tucson, AZ

Army SGT Joshua M Hardt, 24, of Applegate, CA

Army SGT Joshua J Kirk, 30, of South Portland, ME

Army SGT Michael P Scusa, 22, of Villas, NJ

Army SPC Christopher T Griffin, 24, of Kincheloe, MI

Army SPC Stephan L Mace, 21, of Lovettsville, VA

Army PFC Kevin C Thomson, 22, of Reno, NV

Army SPC Kevin O Hill, 23, of Brooklyn, NY

This brings the total number of allied servicemembers killed in Iraq to 4,667, in Afghanistan, 1,453. During this same week, Iraq Body Count has listed 63 Iraqi civilian deaths and violence in Afghanistan has contributed to at least 17 Afghani civilian deaths.

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