U.S. Military Deaths in Iraq - March to August 2005

Sgt. Deyson K. Cariaga, 20, of Honolulu, Hawaii, died in Al Hammadi, Iraq, when the vehicle in which he was riding struck a land mine.

July 5, 2005

Pvt. Anthony M. Mazzarella, 22, of Blue Springs, Mo., died July 5, in Taji, Iraq, when the vehicle in which he was riding accidentally rolled over.

Spc. Christopher W. Dickison, 26, of Seattle, Wa., died July 5, in Baqubah, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near his patrol.

Staff Sgt. Scottie L. Bright, 36, of Jackson, Miss. and

Cpl. Lyle J. Cambridge, 23, of Shiprock, N.M. died in Baghdad, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle during patrol operations.

July 3, 2005

Staff Sgt. Jeremy A. Brown, 26, of Mabscott, W.Va., died in Mosul Iraq, from injuries sustained earlier that day in Tal Afar, Iraq, where the vehicle in which he was riding accidentally rolled over.

Spc. Ryan J. Montgomery, 22, of Greensburg, Ky., died in Baghdad, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle while his unit was conducting convoy operations.

June 30, 2005

Sgt. Chad M. Mercer, 25, of Waycross, Ga., died in Baghdad, Iraq, where his M2A2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle rolled over while conducting combat operations.

June 28, 2005

Spc. Rafael A. Carrillo, Jr., 21, of Boys Ranch, Texas, died in Baghdad, Iraq, where an enemy mortar detonated near his vehicle.

Sgt. Manny Hornedo, 27, of Brooklyn, N.Y., died in Tikrit, Iraq, where a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle while conducting convoy operations.

Spc. Robert E. Hall Jr., 30, of Pittsburgh, Pa., died in Ad Dujayl, Iraq, when a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device detonated near his dismounted position at the gate of his forward operating base.

June 27, 2005

Chief Warrant Officer Keith R. Mariotti, 39, of Texas and

Chief Warrant Officer Steven E. Shepard, 30, of Purcell, Okla. died near Taji, Iraq, where their AH-64D Apache helicopter crashed.

June 24, 2005

Cpl. Carlos Pineda, 23, Los Angeles, Calif., died as a result of wounds sustained from enemy small-arms fire while conducting combat operations in Falluhah, Iraq.

June 23, 2005

Petty Officer 1st Class Regina R. Clark, 43, of Centralia, Wash., died in a convoy that was attacked by a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device in Fallujah.

Sgt. 1st Class Christopher W. Phelps, 39, of Louisville, Ky., died in Baghdad, Iraq, when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle.

Lance Cpl. Holly A. Charette, 21, from Cranston, R.I., died from wounds sustained when a suicide, vehicle-borne, improvised explosive device struck her vehicle in Fallujah, Iraq.

Sgt. Joseph M. Tackett, 22, of Whitehouse, Ky., died in Baghdad, Iraq, of a non-combat related injury.

Lance Cpl. Veashna Muy, 20, of Los Angeles, Calif. and

Cpl. Chad W. Powell, 22, of West Monroe, La. died while traveling in a convoy that was attacked by a suicide, vehicle-borne, improvised explosive device in Fallujah, Iraq.

June 21, 2005

Sgt. James D. Stewart, 29, of Chattanooga, Tenn., died in Ar Rutbah, Iraq, where an improvised explosive device detonated near his military cargo truck.

Spc. Christopher L. Hoskins, 21, of Danielson, Conn. and

Spc. Brian A. Vaughn, 23, of Pell City, Ala. died in Ramadi, Iraq, where their unit was conducting combat operations, and were attacked by enemy forces using small arms fire.

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