U.S. Military Deaths in War With Iraq

• Spc. Stephen M. Scott, 21, of Lawton, Okla., died in Baghdad, Iraq. Scott died as a result of non-combat injuries.

• Pfc. Vorn J. Mack, 19, of Orangeburg, S.C., died near the Hadithah Dam, west of Ar Ramadi, Iraq. Mack jumped into the Euphrates River to take a swim and did not resurface. A search party found Mack's body downstream on Aug. 24.

• Pfc. Michael S. Adams, 20, of Spartanburg, S.C., died in Baghdad, Iraq. Adams was participating in a small arms fire exercise on the range when a bullet ricocheted and ignited a fire in the building. He died as a result of injuries sustained during the fire.

• Lt. Kylan A. Jones-Huffman, 31, of Aptos, Calif., was killed in Al Hillah, Iraq, by an unidentified gunman. Jones-Huffman was on temporary duty with the I Marine Expeditionary Force.

• Staff Sgt. Bobby C. Franklin, 38, of Mineral Bluff, Ga., was killed in Baghdad, Iraq. Franklin died of injuries sustained by an improvised explosive device.

• Sgt. Kenneth W. Harris Jr., 23, of Charlotte, Tenn., was killed in Scania, Iraq. Harris was fatally injured in a two-vehicle accident while driving south on the main supply route. Another soldier was also injured in the incident.

• Spc. Eric R. Hull, 23, of Uniontown, Pa., was killed in Baghdad, Iraq. Hull was in a military vehicle returning from the airport when his vehicle hit an improvised explosive device. Hull died of his injuries.

• Pfc. David M. Kirchhoff, 31, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, died in Landstuhl, Germany. Pfc. Kirchhoff suffered a non-hostile injury on Aug. 8 and died on Aug. 14.

• Sgt. Steven W. White, 29, of Lawton, Okla., was killed in Tikrit, Iraq. White died of injuries sustained when his M-113 armored personnel carrier hit an antitank mine.

• Staff Sgt. Richard S. Eaton Jr., 37, of Guilford, Conn., died in Ar Ramadi, Iraq. A fellow soldier tried to wake Eaton and noticed he was not breathing.

• Pfc. Daniel R. Parker, 18, of Lake Elsinore, Calif., died in Mosul, Iraq. Parker was thrown from his vehicle when the driver swerved to avoid an oncoming vehicle in another lane.

• Pfc. Timmy R. Brown, Jr., 21, of Conway, Pa., was killed in Taji, Iraq. Brown was in a convoy when he was injured by an explosive device.

• Sgt. Taft V. Williams, 29, of New Orleans, La., was killed on Aug. 12 near Ar Ramadi, Iraq. Williams was in a convoy when his vehicle hit an improvised explosive device.

• Staff Sgt. David S. Perry, 36, of Bakersfield, Calif., was killed in Baquabah, Iraq. He was inspecting a suspicious package when it exploded and fatally injured him.

• Sgt. Floyd G. Knighten, Jr., 55, of Olla, La., died as a result of a non-combat related cause while in a convoy from Camp Bilad heading to Camp Pennsylvania in Iraq.

• Spc. Levi B. Kinchen, 21, of Tickfaw, La., died in Baghdad. A fellow soldier tried to wake Kinchen and noticed he was not breathing.

• Pvt. Matthew D. Bush, 20, of East Alton, Ill., died in Camp Caldwell, Iraq. A fellow soldier tried to wake Bush and noticed he was not breathing.

• Pfc. Brandon Ramsey, 21, of Calumet City, Ill., died in Tallil, Iraq, when the vehicle he was in rolled over during a chase of a suspicious vehicle and fatally injured him.

• Pfc. Duane E. Longstreth, 19, of Tacoma, Wash., died in Baghdad as a result of non-combat related injuries.

• Staff Sgt. Brian R. Hellerman, 35, of Freeport, Minn., was killed in Baghdad when an Iraqi vehicle opened fire on his unit.

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