U.S. Military Deaths in War With Iraq from May to October 2004

Spc. Allen Nolan, 38, of Marietta, Ohio, died at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, of injuries sustained on Sept. 18 in Balad, Iraq, when his convoy vehicle struck an improvised explosive device and then came under small arms fire.

September 29, 2004

Staff Sgt. Mike A. Dennie, 31, of Fayetteville, N.C., died in Balad, Iraq, from injuries sustained on Sept. 22 in Baghdad, Iraq, when the driver of his military vehicle pulled off the road and lost control, causing it to roll over.

Pfc. Joshua K. Titcomb, 20, of Somerset, Ky., died in Ar Ramadi, Iraq, of injuries sustained on Sept. 28 when an improvised explosive device exploded near his military vehicle.

September 28, 2004

Sgt. Tyler D. Prewitt, 22, of Phoenix, died in Landstuhl, Germany, from injuries sustained in Baqubah, Iraq, on Sept. 24 when a rocket-propelled grenade struck his vehicle and exploded.

September 27, 2004

Pfc. Kenneth L. Sickels, 20, of Apple Valley, Calif., died due to a noncombat-related incident in Al Anbar Province, Iraq.

Spc. Gregory A. Cox, 21, of Carmichaels, Pa., died in Balad, Iraq, when his military vehicle was unintentionally run off the road by a civilian vehicle, causing it to roll over.

Sgt. 1st Class Joselito O. Villanueva, 36, of Los Angeles, died in Balad, Iraq, when he was at an observation post and was shot by a sniper.

September 26, 2004

Capt. Eric L. Allton, 34, of Houston, died in Ar Ramadi, Iraq, when he was struck by a mortar round.

September 25, 2004

Spc. Robert Oliver Unruh, 25, of Tucson, Ariz., died in Al Anbar Province, Iraq, when enemy forces using small-arms fire attacked his unit.

Spc. Clifford L. Moxley Jr., 51, of New Castle, Pa., died in Baghdad, Iraq, of noncombat-related injuries.

Spc. David W. Johnson, 37, of Portland, Ore., died in Baghdad, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near his convoy vehicle.

September 24, 2004

Lance Cpl. Aaron Boyles, 24, of Alameda, Calif., was killed as result of enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq.

Sgt. Timothy Folmar, 21, of Sonora, Texas, was killed as result of enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq.

Lance Cpl. Ramon Mateo, 20, of Suffolk, N.Y., was killed as result of enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq.

2nd Lt. Ryan Leduc, 28, of Pana, Ill., died as result of a non-combat vehicle accident in Rutbah, Iraq.

September 22, 2004

Sgt. Skipper Soram, 23, of Kolonia Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia, died in Baghdad, Iraq, when a vehicle-based improvised explosive device detonated near his security post.

Staff Sgt. Lance J. Koenig, 33, of Fargo, N.D., died in Tikrit, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated while he was conducting a dismounted patrol.

Sgt. Benjamin K. Smith, 24, of Carterville, Ill., died due to enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq.

Pfc. Adam J. Harris, 21, of Abilene, Texas, died in Mosul, Iraq, when he was shot by a sniper while on patrol.

September 21, 2004

Pfc. Nathan E. Stahl, 20, of Highland, Ind., died in Iraq, when his vehicle was struck with an improvised explosive device.

September 20, 2004

Sgt. Foster L. Harrington, 31, of Ft. Worth, Texas, died due to enemy action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq.

Spc. Joshua J. Henry, 21, of Avonmore, Pa., died in Tikrit, Iraq, of injuries sustained when his convoy was attacked by enemy forces using small arms fire in Sharqat, Iraq.

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