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  • KIAs

    To date ( January17, 2004) there have been 589 confirmed coalition deaths, 497 Americans, 56 Britons, five Bulgarians, one Dane, 17 Italians, two Poles, eight Spaniards, two Thai and one Ukrainian, in the war as of January 16, 2004. The casualty list below reflects the names of the soldiers, Marines, airmen and sailors whose families have been notified of their deaths. There also have been 2,881 Americans wounded in the war, according to the Pentagon. This list is updated regularly.
    Semper Fidelis

    George T. Curtis