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This Week: In Memoriam

[media id=12698] (h/t Dave of VideoCafe) This Week marks the passings of actor Allen Swift, Olympian Victoria Manalo Draves, and psychiatrist Stanley

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This Week marks the passings of actor Allen Swift, Olympian Victoria Manalo Draves, and psychiatrist Stanley I Greenspan. In addition the Pentagon has released the names of seven servicemembers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

US Army SSG Christopher D Worrell, 35, Virginia Beach, VA

US Army SGT Ronald A Kubik, 21, Brielle, NJ

US Army SGT Jason A Santora, 25, Farmingville, NY

US Marines LCpl Thomas E Rivers Jr, 22, Birmingham, AL

US Army SGT Grant A Wichmann, 27, Golden, CO

US Army SGT Keith A Coe, 30, Auburndale, FL

US Army SGT Nathan P Kennedy, 24, Claysville, PA

According to iCasualties, this brings the total number of allied servicemembers killed in Iraq to 4,712; in Afghanistan, 1,741. During this same period, Iraq Body Count lists 112 Iraqi civilians killed. In Afghanistan, the number of civilian deaths keeps rising, most blamed on insurgents. During the period of March 21 to April 21, 173 Afghan civilians were killed, a 33% increase over the same period last year.

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