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lista de los ke ya no iran a komer a un makdonalds
08 set 2004
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There have been 1,132 coalition deaths, 1,005 Americans, 65 Britons, six Bulgarians, one Dane, two Dutch, one Estonian, one Hungarian, 19 Italians, one Latvian, 10 Poles, one Salvadoran, three Slovaks, 11 Spaniards, two Thai and eight Ukrainians, in the war in Iraq as of September 8, 2004 (Graphical breakdown of casualties). The list below is the names of the soldiers, Marines, airmen, sailors and Coast Guardsmen whose families have been notified of their deaths by each country's government. At least 6,916 U.S. troops have been wounded in action, according to the Pentagon. The Pentagon does not report the number of non-hostile wounded. This list is updated regularly.

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NAME
   
AGE
   
UNIT
   
HOMETOWN
   
DETAILS
   
   
           
Cpl. Roberto Abad
   
22
   
Weapons Company, Battalion Landing Team, 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force
   
Los Angeles, California
   
Died of injuries received from enemy action in Najaf, Iraq, on August 6, 2004
   
   
           
Sgt. Michael D. Acklin II
   
25
   
Battery C, 1st Battalion, 320th Field Artillery Regiment, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)
   
Louisville, Kentucky
   
Killed when two 101st Airborne Division UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters collided in mid-air over Mosul, Iraq, on November 15, 2003
   
   
           
Spc. Genaro Acosta
   
26
   
Battery B, 1st Battalion, 44th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 4th Infantry Division
   
Fair Oaks, California
   
Killed when his Bradley Fighting Vehicle hit and detonated two improvised explosive devices while on patrol in Taji, Iraq, on November 11, 2003

   
   
           
Pfc. Steven Acosta
   
19
   
Company C, 3rd Battalion, 67th Armored Regiment, 4th Infantry Division
   
Calexico, California
   
Died from a non-hostile gunshot wound in Baqubah, Iraq, on October 26, 2003

   
   
           
Capt. James F. Adamouski
   
29
   
Company B, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment, 3rd Infantry Division
   
Springfield, Virginia
   
Killed when his UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed in central Iraq on April 2, 2003

   
   
           
Pvt. Algernon Adams
   
36
   
company C, 122nd Engineer Battalion, Army National Guard
   
Aiken, South Carolina
   
Died of non-combat related injuries at Forward Operating Base St. Mere, Iraq, on October 28, 2003

   
   
           
1st Lt. Michael R. Adams
   
24
   
A Troop, 1st Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment
   
Seattle, Washington
   
Killed when the barrel of the .50 caliber weapon mounted on his tank struck him in Al Asad, Iraq, on March 16, 2004

   
   
           
Pfc. Michael S. Adams
   
20
   
Company C. 1st Battalion, 35th Armor Regiment, 1st Armored Division
   
Spartanburg, South Carolina
   
Died of injuries sustained in a fire during a small-arms fire exercise. The fire began when a bullet ricocheted and ignited a fire in the building in Baghdad, Iraq on August 21, 2003

   
   
           
Lt. Thomas Mullen Adams
   
27
   
U.S. Navy exchange officer assigned to A Flight, 849 Squadron, British Royal Navy
   
La Mesa, California
   
Killed when two British Sea King helicopters collided over the Persian Gulf on March 22, 2003

   
   
           
Spc. Jamaal R. Addison
   
22
   
507th Maintenance Company
   
Roswell, Georgia
   
Killed in an Iraqi ambush at Nasiriya on March 23, 2003

   
   
           
Lance Cpl. Patrick R. Adle
   
21
   
6th Engineer Support Battalion, 4th Force Service Support Group, Marine Corps Reserve
   
Baltimore, Maryland
   
Killed when a roadside bomb exploded as his Humvee passed by the device in Baghdad, Iraq, on June 29, 2004

   
   
           
Capt. Tristan N. Aitken
   
31
   
Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 1st Battalion, 41st Field Artillery, 3rd Infantry Division
   
State College, Pennsylvania
   
Killed in action in Iraq on April 4, 2003

   
   
           
Lance Cpl. Nickalous N. Aldrich
   
21
   
2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force
   
Austin, Texas
   
Died from a non-hostile vehicle accident in Al Anbar Province, Iraq, on August 27, 2004
   
   
           
Cpl. Stephen John Allbutt
   
35
   
Queen's Royal Lancers
   
Stoke-on-Trent, England
   
Killed when his tank was struck by a shell from another British tank on March 25, 2003
   
   
           
Spc. Ronald D. Allen Jr.
   
22
   
502nd Personnel Service Battalion, 43rd Area Support Group
   
Mitchell, Indiana
   
Died of injuries sustained in a vehicle accident that occurred while he was conducting convoy operations near Balad, Iraq on August 25, 2003

   
   
           
Sgt. Glenn R. Allison
   
24
   
Company C, 2nd Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division
   
Pittsfield, Massachusetts
   
Died during physical training in Baghdad, Iraq, on December 18, 2003

   
   
           
Lance Cpl. Michael J. Allred
   
22
   
2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force
   
Hyde Park, Utah
   
Killed when a suicide car bomb exploded next to his military vehicle while on patrol on the outskirts of Falluja, Iraq, on September 6, 2004
   
   
           
Sapper Luke Allsopp
   
24
   
33 Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal)
   
North London, England
   
Killed in attack on British vehicles in southern Iraq on March 23, 2003

   
   
           
Cpl. Nicanor Alvarez
   
22
   
1st Combat Engineer Battalion, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force
   
San Bernardino, California
   
Died from injuries received due to hostile action in Al Anbar Province, Iraq, on August 21, 2004
   
   
           
Cpl. Daniel R. Amaya
   
22
   
Company K, 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force
   
Odessa, Texas
   
Died from hostile fire in Al Anbar Province, Iraq, on April 11, 2004

   
   
           
Pfc. John D. Amos II
   
22
   
Company C, 1st Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 25th Infantry Division (Light)
   
Valparaiso, Indiana
   
Killed when a car bomb exploded at a temporary checkpoint near the Kirkuk Police Academy on April 4, 2004

   
   
           
Lance Cpl. Brian E. Anderson
   
26
   
2nd Light Armored Reconnais- sance Battalion, 2nd Marine Division
   
Durham, North Carolina
   
Killed in a vehicle accident west of Nasiriya, Iraq, on April 2, 2003

   
   
           
Airman 1st Class Carl L. Anderson Jr.
   
21
   
3rd Logistics Readiness Squadron, 3rd Mission Support Group
   
Georgetown, South Carolina
   
Died as result of hostile action near Mosul, Iraq, on August 29, 2004
   
   
           
Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael C. Anderson
   
36
   
Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 14, 3rd Naval Construction Regiment
   
Daytona, Florida
   
Killed by hostile fire in Al Anbar Province, Iraq, on May 2, 2004
   
   
           
Spc. Michael Andrade
   
28
   
115th Military Police Company, Rhode Island Army National Guard
   
Bristol, Rhode Island
   
Died of injuries received when a five-ton truck hit the Humvee he was riding in in Balad, Iraq, on September 24, 2003

   
   
           
Pvt. Ruslan Androschuk
   
N/A
   
Ukrainian peacekeeping forces
   
Ukraine
   
Androschuk was injured during a battle for a Tigris River bridge in Kut, Iraq, and died during evacuation to the Ukrainian military base in Kut on April 6, 2004

   
   
           
Pfc. Krystian Andrzejczak
   
24
   
16th Pomeranian Mechanized Division
   
Bogaczewo, Poland
   
Killed when a car bomb exploded near his military convoy in Hilla, Iraq, on August 21, 2004
   
   
           
Lance Cpl. Levi T. Angell
   
20
   
11th Combat Service Support Group, 1st Force Service Support Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force
   
St. Louis, Minnesota
   
Died due to injuries received from hostile fire in Al Anbar Province, Iraq, on April 8, 2004

   
   
           
Army Spc. Edward J. Anguiano
   
24
   
Company A, 3rd Combat Support Battalion
   
Brownsville, Texas
   
Went missing on March 23, 2003, when his convoy was ambushed; his remains were recovered on April 24


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Comentaris

Re: lista de los ke ya no iran a komer a un makdonalds
09 set 2004
Aquesta frivolitat te l'hauries pogut estalviar, em sembla a mi.
Re: lista de los ke ya no iran a komer a un makdonalds
09 set 2004
Pues hombre tanto como alegrarme de que gente de clase baja muera en otros países por el petróleo...cuando se muera Bush me avisas que me reiré mucho más.
Re: lista de los ke ya no iran a komer a un makdonalds
10 set 2004
Ah! què passa, que els soldats gringos, encara que siguin de classe baixa, no els podem exigir cert criteri? Perdó, però per mi són culpables, i si no me'n ric de la seva desgràcia, deixa'm dir-te que no em fan cap pena. D'acord que hi han diversos graus de responsabilitat, però d'aquí a dir que perqué són de classe baixa ja he de sentir una mena de pena o respecte per aquests assessins fills de puta... doncs no. Es pot ser de clase baixa i no colaborar amb Bush, oi? O es que potser aquella porca de merda de la soldado England no és culpable de tortures? Que se'n vaigin a l'infern, tots i cadascú dels soldats ianquis morts a l'Iraq.
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