U.S. Military Deaths in War With Iraq -- 2005

Cpl. Jeffrey B. Starr, 22, of Snohomish, Wash., died from small-arms fire while conducting combat operations against enemy forces near Ar Ramadi, Iraq.

Maj. William Downs, 40, of Winchester, Va. and

Capt. Jeremy Fresques, 26, of Clarkdale, Ariz. and

Capt. Derek Argel, 28, of Lompoc, Calif., and

Staff Sgt. Casey Crate, 26, of Spanaway, Wash. died in the crash of an Iraqi air force aircraft during a training mission in eastern Diyala province.

May 29, 2005

Staff Sgt. Victor M. Cortes III, 29, of Erie, Pa., died in Baghdad, Iraq of non-combat-related injuries.

May 28, 2005

Lt. Col. Albert E. Smart, 41, of San Antonio, Texas, died in Doha, Qatar, of a non-combat related illness.

Spc. Phillip N. Sayles, 26, of Jacksonville, Ark., died in Mosul, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near his security position.

First Sgt. Michael S. Barnhill, 39, of Folsom, Calif., died after his vehicle struck an improvised explosive device near Haqlaniyah, Iraq.

May 27, 2005

Sgt. Mark A. Maida, 22, of Madison, Wis., died in Baghdad, Iraq, when a military hospital came under attack by enemy fire.

Chief Warrant Officer Joshua Michael Scott, 28, of Sun Prairie, Wis., died in Buhriz, Iraq, when his helicopter came under small arms attack and crashed.

Chief Warrant Officer Matthew Scott Lourey, 40, of East Bethel, Minn., died in Buhriz, Iraq, when his helicopter came under small arms attack and crashed.

May 26, 2005

Maj. Ricardo A. Crocker, 39, of Mission Viejo, Calif., died in Hadithah, Iraq, in a rocket propelled grenade explosion.

CW4 Matthew Scott Lourey, 40, of East Bethel, Minn. and

CW2 Joshua Michael Scott, 28, of Sun Prairie, Wis. died from injuries sustained on May 26 in Buhriz, Iraq, when their Kiowa Warrior came under small arms attack and crashed.

May 25, 2005

Sgt. Alfred B. Siler, 33, of Duff, Tenn., died in Tuz, Iraq, when the vehicle he was riding in hit another vehicle.

Sgt. David N. Wimberg, 24, of Louisville, Ky., died in Hadithah, Iraq, from wounds received as a result of small-arms fire from enemy forces while conducting combat operations.

May 24, 2005

Sgt. First Class Randy D. Collins, 36, of Long Beach, Calif., died at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., of injuries sustained in Mosul, Iraq on May 4 during a mortar attack.

Sgt. 1st Class Peter J. Hahn, 31, of Metairie, La., died in Baghdad, Iraq, when his observation point was engaged by enemy forces using small arms fire.

Sgt. Charles A. Drier, 28, of Tuscola, Mich. and

Spec. Dustin C. Fisher, 22, of Fort Smith, Ark. and

Pfc. Jeffrey R. Wallace, 20, of Hoopeston, Ill. died in Baghdad, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle.

May 23, 2005

Sgt. Spec. Bryan Edward Barron, 26, of Biloxi, Miss., died in Haswa, Iraq, when his military vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device.

Spec. Audrey Daron Lunsford, 29, of Sardis, Miss., died in Haswa, Iraq, when her military vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device.

Staff Sgt. Saburant Parker, 43, of Foxworth, Miss., died in Haswa, Iraq, when his military vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device.

Sgt. Daniel Ryan Varnado, 23, of Saucier, Miss., died in Haswa, Iraq, when his military vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device.

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