(h/t Dave of VideoCafe) This Week with George Stephanopoulos marks the passings of twelve service members in Afghanistan: US Army PFC Theodore M Glende, 23, Rochester, NY US Army SFC Bobby L Estle, 38, Lebanon, OH US Army PFC Jose Oscar
August 5, 2012

(h/t Dave of VideoCafe)

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

US Army PFC Theodore M Glende, 23, Rochester, NY
US Army SFC Bobby L Estle, 38, Lebanon, OH
US Army PFC Jose Oscar Belmontes, 28, LaVerne, CA
US Army SPC Benjamin C Pleitez, 25, Turlock, CA
US Army 1LT Sean R Jacobs, 23, Redding, CA
US Army SGT John E Hansen, 41, Austin, TX
US Marines GySgt Jonathan W Gifford, 34, Palm Bay, FL
US Marines GySgt Daniel J Price, 27, Holland, MI
US Marines LCpl Curtis J Duarte, 22, Covina, CA
US Army SPC Kyle B McClain, 25, Rochester Hills, MI
US Army 1LT Todd W Lambka, 25, Fraser, MI
US Army PFC Jesus J Lopez, 22, San Bernardino, CA

According to iCasualties, the total number of allied service members killed in Afghanistan is now 3,121.

In addition, the following notable names lost their lives this week:
Concentration camp survivor August Kowalczyk, artist Adam Cullen, football player OJ Murdock, actor and screenwriter Jonathan Hardy, novelist Maeve Binchy, novelist and commentator Gore Vidal, Somali comedian and journalist Abdi Jeylani Malaq Marshale, musician Bill Doss, economist Paul McCracken and musician Jason Noble.

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