Milo Radulovich, 81 -- Air Force reservist featured on Edward R Murrow's "See It Now," whose story shed light on the excesses of anti-communism.
"The actual charge against me is that I have maintained a close and continuing relationship with my dad and my sister. They have read what are now called subversive newspapers."
Dick Wilson, 91 -- Character actor best known for his role as Mr Whipple in Charmin toilet paper commercials.
Ian Smith, 88 -- Prime minister of Rhodesia who once vowed blacks would not rule "in a thousand years," but was replaced by a black government in 1979.
"Everywhere where the white man had left, in the third world, those countries had degenerated into chaos and bankruptcy. And they were hoping with us to make an exception to the rule."
THIS WEEK, THE PENTAGON RELEASED THE NAMES OF NINE SOLDIERS KILLED IN IRAQ.
Army SGT Steven C Ganczewski, 22, of Niagara Falls, NY
Army SGT Mason L Lewis, 26, of Gloucester, VA
Army SGT Kenneth R Booker, 25, of Vevay, IN
Army 2LT Peter H Burks, 26, of Dallas, TX
Army PFC Marius L Ferrero, 23, of Miami, FL
Army CPL Jason T Lee, 26, of Fruitport, MI
Army CPL Christopher J Nelson, 22, Rochester, WA
Army SGT Alfred G Paredez Jr, 32, of Las Vegas, NV
Army SPC Melvin L Henley Jr, 26, of Jackson, MS