This Week with Christiane Amanpour marks the passings of filmmaker Dino De Laurentiis and Carter administration counsel Robert J Lipshutz. In addition, the Pentagon has released the names of fifteen service members killed in Afghanistan. US
November 14, 2010

This Week with Christiane Amanpour marks the passings of filmmaker Dino De Laurentiis and Carter administration counsel Robert J Lipshutz. In addition, the Pentagon has released the names of fifteen service members killed in Afghanistan.

US Army SPC Blake D Whipple, 21, Williamsville, NY
US Army SGT Michael F Paranzino, 22, Middletown, RI
US Marines LCpl Brandon W Pearson, 21, Arvada, CO
US Marines LCpl Matthew J Broehm, 22, Flagstaff, AZ
US Army PFC Shane M Reifert, 23, Cottrellville, MI
US Marines SSgt Jordan B Emrick, 26, Hoyleton, IL
US Marines LCpl Randy R Braggs, 21, Sierra Vista, AZ
US Army SGT Aaron B Cruttenden, 25, Mesa AZ
US Army SPC Dale J Kridlo, 33, Hughestown, PA
US Army SPC Anthony Vargas, 27, Reading, PA
US Army SPC Andrew L Hutchins, 20, New Portland, ME
US Army SGT Jason J McCluskey, 26, McAlester, OK
US Marines 2LT Robert M Kelly, 29, Tallahassee, FL
US Marines LCpl James B Stack, 20, Arlington Heights, IL
US Marines LCpl Dakota R Huse, 19, Greenwood, LA

According to iCasualties, the total number of allied service members killed in Iraq is 4,745; in Afghanistan, 2,209,. During this same period, Iraq Body Count lists 70 Iraqi civilians killed.

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