This Week with Christiane Amanpour marks the passings of survivor of Bataan Death March Albert Brown, inventor George C Devol, former CBS executive Lane Venardos. In addition, the Pentagon released the names of fourteen service members killed
August 21, 2011

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This Week with Christiane Amanpour marks the passings of survivor of Bataan Death March Albert Brown, inventor George C Devol, former CBS executive Lane Venardos. In addition, the Pentagon released the names of fourteen service members killed in Afghanistan.

US Army SGT Edward J Frank II, 26, Yonkers, NY
US Army Jameel T Freeman, 26, Baltimore, MD
US Army SPC Patrick L Lay II, 21, Fletcher, NC
US Army SPC Jordan M Morris, 23, Stillwater, OK
US Army PFC Rueben J Lopez, 27, Williams, CA
US Army 2LT Joe L Cunningham, 27, Kingston, OK
US Army MSG Charles L Price III, 40, Milam, TX
US Army SGT Matthew A Harmon, 29, Bagley, MN
US Army SPC Joseph A VanDreumel, 32, Grand Rapids, MI
US Army 1LT Damon T Leehan, 30, Edmond, OK
US Army SPC Dennis G Jensen, 21, Vermillion, SD
US Army SPC Joshua M Seals, 21, Porter, OK
US Marines LCpl Travis M Nelson, 19, Pace, FL
US Army PFC Douglas L Cordo, 20, Kingston, NY

According to iCasualties, the total number of allied service members killed in Iraq is now 4,792; in Afghanistan, 2,684, of which, 157 are Canadian. During this same period, Iraq Body Count lists 131 Iraqi civilian casualties.

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