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In Memoriam

Staff Sgt. Darryl D. Booker

Midlothian, Virginia

Virginia National Guard

KIA 20 January 2007, Iraq

Sgt. Federico G. Borjas

San Diego, California

United States Army

KIA 16 October 2008, Afghanistan#more#

Maj. Douglas La Bouff

La Puente, California

United States Army

KIA January 7, 2006, Iraq

Capt. Josh Byers

Sparks, Nevada

United States Army

KIA 23 July 2003, Iraq

Spc. Thomas Byrd

Cochise, Arizona

United States Army

KIA 15 October 2005, Iraq

L Cpl. Alec Catherwood

Byron, Illinois

United States Marine Corps

KIA 14 October 2010, Afghanistan

Amn. Zachary Cuddeback

Stanardsville, Virginia

United States Army

KIA 2 March 2011, Germany

Lt. Col. Garnet R. Derby

Missoula, Montana

United States Army

KIA 09 February 2009, Iraq

Spec. Thomas K. Doerflinger

Silver Spring, Maryland

United States Army

KIA, November 11, 2004, Iraq

Cpt. James C. Edge

Virginia Beach, Virginia

United States Marine Corps

KIA 14 April 2005, Iraq

 

Capt. Daniel W. Eggers

Cape Coral, Florida

United States Army

KIA 29 May 2004, Afghanistan

First Lt. Benjamin Hall

Woodbridge, Michigan

United States Army

KIA July 31, 2007, Afghanistan

Spc. Cory M. Hewitt

Dover, Tennessee

United States Army

KIA 21 December 2004, Iraq

Col. Paul M. Kelly

Stafford, Virginia

Virginia National Guard

KIA 20 January 2007, Iraq

Lt. Col. Eric John Kruger

Garland, Texas

United States Army

KIA 02 November 2006, Iraq

Lt. Brendan Looney

Silver Spring, Maryland

United States Navy

KIA 21 September 2003, Afghanistan

L Cpl J. T. Lucente

Grass Valley, California

United States Marine Corps

KIA 16 November 2005, Iraq

Lt. Travis Manion

Camp Lejeune, North Carolina

United States Marine Corps

KIA 29 April 2007, Iraq

Staff Sgt. Robert J. Miller

Wheaton, Illinois

United States Army

KIA 25 January 2008, Afghanistan

Staff Sgt. William C. Moore

Benson, North Carolina

United States Army

KIA 23 April 2007, Iraq

Maj. Henry Ofeciar

Talofofo, Guam

United States Army

KIA 27 August 2007, Afghanistan

Lt. Cpl. Nigel Olsen

Salem, Utah

United States Marine Corps

KIA 4 March 2010, Afghanistan

Lt. Jonas Panik

State College, Pennsylvania

United State Navy

KIA 11 September 2001, Pentagon

Spc. Justin W. Pollard

Foothill Ranch, California

United States Army

KIA 30 December 2003, Iraq

Pvt. Cheziray Pressley

North Charleston, South Carolina

United States Army

KIA 16 May 2011, Afghanistan

First Lt. Daniel P. Riordan

Fort Worth, Texas

United States Army

KIA 23 June 2007, Iraq

Staff Sgt. Rob Rolfing

Sious Falls, South Dakota

United States Army

KIA 30 June 2007, Iraq

Maj. Mathew Earl Schram

Brookfield, Wisconsin

United States Army

KIA 26 May 2003, Iraq

Sgt. Dennis Lee Sellen, Jr.

Granada Hills, California

United States Army

KIA 11 February 2007, Iraq

Cmdr. Dan Shanower

Naperville, Illinois

United States Navy

KIA 11 September 2001, Pentagon

Capt. Bruno de Solenni

Crescent City, California

Oregon National Guard

KIA 20 September 2008, Afghanistan

Vince Tolbert

Lemoore, California

United States Navy

KIA 11 September 2001, Pentagon

Cpl. Kory D. Wiens

Independence, Oregon

United States Army

KIA 6 July 2007, Iraq

Stuart A. Wolfer

Boise, Idaho

United States Army

KIA 6 April 2008, Iraq

Pfc. Brian Wolverton

Oak Park, California

United States Army

KIA 20 August 2009, Afghanistan

Doug Zembiec

Albuquerque, New Mexico

United States Marine Corps

KIA 11 May 2007, Iraq

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