This Week: In Memoriam

6 years ago by David
(h/t David at VideoCafe)

This Week with Christiane Amanpour marks the passings of basketball player Lorenzo Charles and journalist and PR executive John Couric. In addition, the Pentagon has released the names of nineteen service members killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

US Marines Sgt Marlon E Myrie, 25, Oakland Park, FL
US Marines GySgt Ralph E Pate Jr, 29, Mullins, SC
US Air Force TSgt Daniel L Douville, 33, Harvey, LA
US Army SPC Matthew R Gallagher, 22, North Falmouth, MA
US Army SSG Russell J Proctor, 25, Oroville, CA
US Army PFC Dylan J Johnson, 20, Tulsa OK
US Army SPC Kevin J Hilaman, 28, Albany, CA
US Army 1LT Dimitri A Del Castillo, 24, Tampa, FL
US Army SSG Nigel D Kelly, 26, Menifee, CA
US Marines Cpl Michael C Nolen, 22, Spring Valley, WI
US Army SSG Donald V Stacy, 23, Avondale, AZ
US Marines LCpl John F Farias, 20, New Braunfels, TX
US Marines LCpl Mark R Goyet, 22, Sinton, TX
US Army SPC Nicholas P Bernier, 21, East Kingston, NH
US Marines Cpl Kyle R Schneider, 23, Phoenix, NY
US Marines Sgt Chad D Frokjer, 27, Maplewood, MN
US Army CPT David E Van Camp, 29, Wheeling, WV
US Army CPT Matthew G Nielson, 27, Jefferson, IA
US Army SPC Robert G Tenney Jr, 29, Warner Robins, GA

According to iCasualties, the total number of allied service members killed in Iraq is now 4,787; in Afghanistan, 2,564, of which, 157 are Canadian. During this same period, Iraq Body Count lists 56 Iraqi civilians killed. 371 Iraqi civilians were killed in the month of June.


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