This Week: In Memoriam

This Week with Christiane Amanpour marks the passing of the Founding Director of the Peace Corps and former Ambassador R. Sargent Shriver. In addition, in the last two weeks, the Pentagon has released the names of eighteen service members

This Week with Christiane Amanpour marks the passing of the Founding Director of the Peace Corps and former Ambassador R. Sargent Shriver. In addition, in the last two weeks, the Pentagon has released the names of eighteen service members killed in Iraq and Afghanistan:

US Army SGT Ethan C Hardin, 25, Fayetteville, AR
US Army PFC Ira B Laningham IV, 22, Zapata, TX
US Army PFC Robert J Near, 21, Nampa, ID
US Army SSG Omar Aceves, 30, El Paso, TX
US Army CPL Jarrid L King, 20, Erie, PA
US Army SPC Benjamin G Moore, 23, Robbinsville, NJ
US Army SGT Zainah C Creamer, 28, Texarkana, TX
US Army MAJ Evan J Mooldyk, 47, Rancho Murieta, CA
US Army PFC Zachary S Salmon, 21, Harrison, OH
US Army SPC Jose A Torre Jr, 21, Garden Grove, CA
US Army SGT Michael P Bartley, 23, Barnhill, IL
US Army SPC Martin J "Mickey" LaMar, 43, Sacramento, CA
US Marines Cpl Joseph C Whitehead, 22, Axis, AL
US Army MAJ Michael S Evarts, 41, Concord, OH
US Army SPC Joshua T Lancaster, 22, Millbrook, AL
US Marines Sgt Jason G Amores, 29, Lehigh, PA
US Navy PO Dominique Cruz, 26, Panama City, FL
US Army PFC Amy R Sinkler, 23, Chadbourn, NC

According to iCasualties, the total number of allied service members killed in Iraq is 4,754; in Afghanistan, 2,308, of which 154 are Canadian. Iraq Body Count lists 189 Iraqi civilians killed in the last two weeks.

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