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09/14/06 08:13 - 62ºF - ID#25826

Goodbye internet

So I just saw all the messages I have had since the end of July (as in private estrip messages). For some reason I didn't see them. Thanks for all the messages peeps. (e:paul) is requesting I categorize my postings. I'll try and get into that, but I'm not so good at organizing anything.

This post is about how I will soon become one of the many in this country that can't afford to have an internet connection. It is quite an awakening to not be able to afford something that I have prioritized over many things in life especially the cable. I don't give two shits about cable, but I want my high-speed internet.

Since my life at the moment requires I have a cell phone, connection through dial up is not an option. DSL also not an option. Road Runner aka Power Link is not an option. I'm not going to spend $60/mo on this. It can't possibly be budgeted. Here I am, a student trying to finish my education and I am being pushed away from internet access. Why? Because we have no freaking choice anymore. EVERYTHING is becoming larger and larger to the point that just a hand full of companies own all of our sources of information, products and services. The poor of course, are the first to feel these effects, because it hits us the hardest. Yes I am poor. I'm not afraid to say that anymore, cause it is the truth. It is hard to belive that when I graduate, that things will be any different.

I'm including a transcript of the dialogue between Amy Goodman from Democracy Now and the FCC Comissioner Michael Copps. You can watch it here... http://www.democracynow.org/article.pl?sid=06/09/13/1331236

Take notice in the lack of the liberal conservative talk bullshit. The dialogue is about the issue, not about some stupid division that we are supposed to adhere by. Not everything fits into some label as if we were able to categorize everything said into some imaginary filling cabinet. I highlighted things i found particularly important, but I believe the transcript in its entirety deserves to be read.


AMY GOODMAN: I'm joined now by FCC Commissioner Michael Copps. Welcome to Democracy Now!

MICHAEL COPPS: Thank you for having me here this morning.

AMY GOODMAN: It's good to be with you. Let's talk about this report that is criticizing the FCC and Congress around broadband, saying that the United States is far behind, remains 16th in the world in broadband penetration. 14 other countries saw higher overall net growth in broadband options. The U.S. has the fourth highest level of students who have never used a computer, among these nations, exceeded only by Turkey, Slovakia and Mexico, and that population density is not a significant determinant of broadband penetration. The most important factors explaining the digital divide are household income and poverty.

MICHAEL COPPS: That's a startling indictment, isn't it? It bears a lot of what I have been saying, and it's worse than that, really. The ITU, International Telecommunications Union, is the international body that ranked us as number 16. They now have a newer study out even that's somewhat more nuanced, that goes into cell phones and home computers and everything. And you know where we are on that list? 21, right behind Slovenia and Estonia.

The reason is that we do not have a national strategy to get broadband out to our people. I think we're probably the only industrialized country on the face of the earth that lacks a coherent national strategy to build this infrastructure, and it's damaging for all Americans. It's damaging for small businesses who are unable to compete, and most of all, it's damaging for minorities and diversity communities, people who live in the inner cities and people who live in rural America, where the market, I don't think, is just going to automatically take all of this infrastructure.

AMY GOODMAN: So what is the FCC doing about this?

MICHAEL COPPS: Not enough. We continue to analyze this in old-fashioned ways. We're still talking about broadband as 200 kilobits. We satisfy ourselves that broadband is being reasonably deployed around the country by looking at a zip code, and if there's one business that subscribes to broadband in that zip code, we say, "Whoopee, everything is fine and dandy. Broadband is being deployed." So we have to start looking at it and learning what other countries are doing, who are cleaning our clock on this.

We have to look what some of our own communities are doing when the market doesn't get there. They're going in and building their own broadband networks to get this out to their people, because they understand in this digital age if the kid living on the farm or the inner city does not have access to high-speed broadband, he's going to be left behind, and we're going to end up with a digital gap in this new century of 21st century technology that's going to be worse than the digital gap we had in the 20th century in the days of plain old telephone service.

AMY GOODMAN: And the corporations that are fighting this and fighting net neutrality, fighting community internet, saying even if they don't wire a community -- this happened in Pennsylvania -- that you can't have the free wireless internet.

MICHAEL COPPS: This is not how we built America. If you look at every infrastructure we've had since the beginning, whether it's getting settlers on the land or getting produce to markets, business and government, with an active role for government, built turnpikes and roads and river and harbor improvements. After the Civil War, when we became a transcontinental country, we built the transcontinental railroad. We had even the highway system under Eisenhower in the 1950s. All of these things, you had a partnership between private sector and public sector and a national strategy and a national goal, and we got it done.

Now, here we are in the 21st century, this is our new infrastructure challenge, getting all the Americans on the information highway. And we're just going into it without a strategy and without that kind of cooperative partnership that built the United States of America.


AMY GOODMAN: What about this issue of net neutrality and corporations -- many people feel the telecoms writing the legislation?

MICHAEL COPPS: We need an explicit principle of nondiscrimination. We made some progress. I pushed very hard last summer to get a statement of internet principles and net neutrality at the FCC. It wasn't everything I would have liked. It's not really enforceable. We need to go beyond that now and make an explicit statement that we're not going to tolerate discrimination on the internet and then make the Federal Communications Commission the honest umpire in all of this, to handle complaints and give it the authority to do so. Some people don't want to do that. They want to just let all of this continue with a happy notion that the marketplace is going to solve everything.

The genius of this internet was its openness. You had the dumb pipes and the intelligence on the edges. What some of the network owners are trying to do now is to put the control and the intelligence in the pipes and make us all dumb at each edge. Basically that's what it comes down to. And that's just a denial of everything that the internet is supposed to be. This is a wonderful dynamic, open, pro-democracy infrastructure that we need to sustain, and we need to nourish it, and we're not getting it done.

AMY GOODMAN: And how do people enter the debate up against these massive extremely well-financed corporate campaigns?

MICHAEL COPPS: I'm convinced that everything that happens, and you know this better than me, is grassroots action on the part of democracy-inclined citizens across this country of ours. That's how we checked the media ownership rules that Chairman Powell tried to foist on us three years ago. That's how the citizens can have input into this debate now. Contact the FCC. Contact your representatives. Talk it up on talk radio. Write op-eds. Talk to your family. Talk to your neighbors. Make it that grassroots issue.

AMY GOODMAN: What is the biennial rule review, Commissioner Copps? And can you talk about media concentration overall?

MICHAEL COPPS: Well, they've changed it now to a quadrennial review so that every four years we're supposed to look at our media ownership rules and see if they are serving the public interest. We did this last in 2003, and Chairman Powell was adamant on pushing through -- and he did this with his majority against my opposition and Commissioner Adelstein's opposition -- to such an extent that one big company could own in some markets in this country three television stations, eight radio stations, the newspaper -- already a monopoly in most cities -- cable channels, cable network and the internet provider. How does that serve localism and diversity and competition? How does that nourish the creative genius of the United States of America? How does it serve the public interest?

The people own the airwaves. There's no broadcaster, no individual, no enterprise in this country that owns an airwave. You own the airwaves. Your listeners and viewers own the airwaves, and when people realize that and are reminded of that, they get very proprietary about them, and they see the localism and the diversity that's been sacrificed. No local entertainment, no creative genius, everything on the playlist and the homogenized entertainment, and more damaging still, what happens to the democratic debate. No political coverage, no teeing up of controversial issues. No clash of really give-and-take and antagonistic opinions. We've lost a lot. Our media are supposed to be serving democracy and encouraging democracy, and they're not.

AMY GOODMAN: Public comment period is open now for what? It's about to close.

MICHAEL COPPS: It's about to close on the media ownership on September 22nd, which is very close. And there's another 60 days for reply comments, but until we vote, we are open to receiving communications, emails, letters.

AMY GOODMAN: And how do people communicate with you?

MICHAEL COPPS: You can go to fcc.gov, to the home page of the FCC. It will tell you how to do it, but just write to the FCC or email fcc.gov or --

AMY GOODMAN: Matthew Lasar has an interesting website, lasarletter.com, where he posted that Clear Channel is asking for a lifting of the limits on what a radio -- what a communications company can own. They have now over 1,200 radio stations. How does that work? They appeal to you? They petition?

MICHAEL COPPS: Yes. If we change now, if we go through this new ownership proceeding that's up for grabs, and all these rules could be changed and we could lift the caps, and there will be another great wave of consolidation. I don't think anybody really anticipated in Congress in 1996 when they changed the law that we would go from a situation where the biggest -- the most stations that weren't company-owned was maybe 75 at that time, to where you've got 1,200 now. But there could be a lot more.

So we're getting into this situation, where we have distribution controlled by a very few companies, and now, very different from what it was 30 or 40 years ago, they own the content, too. And when you combine content and distribution, I believe John D. Rockefeller told us what that was, it was monopoly.

AMY GOODMAN: We have only ten seconds. I wanted to ask you about VNRs, when they're going to be identified as that, video news releases instead of news pieces and the paying off of journalists, governments paying journalists.

MICHAEL COPPS: Well, we have a proceeding going. I hope we put it on the front burner. We're struggling to get it on the front burner. When the American people see something that's not produced by a station, they ought to have full disclosure and it ought to be apparent to them that they know that this is being produced by somebody else. And if there's consideration being received for it, they certainly have to talk about that.

AMY GOODMAN: Big public hearing in Los Angeles, when?

MICHAEL COPPS: On October the 3rd in Los Angeles, media ownership, very important. It's going to be the first of a very few, probably half a dozen hearings that the chairman has agreed to hold on media ownership.

AMY GOODMAN: FCC Commissioner Michael Copps, thanks so much for being with us.



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09/12/06 06:52 - 61ºF - ID#25825

Brain dead

Blah. I feel like my brain is so full that I can't even think straight. I stopped having coherent thoughts at about 4pm then I had to go to one more class and think in another language. I was so lost. I tried to speak and it just couldn't get what I wanted to say out. I need more brain power. I'm so out of it right now. Tonight I have to write a two page composition about my classmates "en buen español". Not sure I can do it considering I can barely write this.

I'm still working on the "railing". (e:mk) and (e:mike) came to see me working. Mk said she thought it would be smaller. Do you know how long I have been removing all of the paint I had put on? I don't know either, but a long time! I hate the railing, I hate the railing, I hate the....
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09/08/06 10:10 - 69ºF - ID#25824

Goodbye Uday

Today my fish died. It was sad to say goodbye. He was a Bolivian Ram and was a little over two years old. I have beautiful pictures of him on my phone, but can't get them onto the site. Here is a pic of what they look like. I lifted it off this site

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The female is now left alone with the 3 Sunburst Platy fish and the dwarf frog. I'm not sure how she feels. They must feel something right? They tried multiple times having babies, but each time it was a devastating disaster. I think she may have even hated him for eating her babies all the time. They almost made it once. Now she is alone. When I first got them they were very happy together. Always swimming in unison. It was amazing that I even managed to get a pair. They are very hard to sex as adults, let alone as juveniles and the male female ratio is unbalanced.

It's hard not to want to blame yourself when you are the one in control of their environment. I always felt bad that I didn't have a larger tank. I have a 20 gallon tall, when I at least should have gotten the 20 gallon wide tank. They swim along the bottom and like to roam around. Having fish is sort of sad, you always wonder if they are happy. I mean unless you have some humungo tank. The other fish seem healthy, maybe it was just time to go.

I wish I could show you his pic. He was so beautiful at times. There colors change a lot. Sometimes they have the most beautiful colors other times they look completely washed out. He hasn't shown his colors in a long time. They have these different color bands in their dorsal fins. Red white and blue...so beautiful.

I'm not getting anymore fish. Since I don't know where my life will be in the future, I don't want to acquire anymore.

OK, I know it is strange to name your fish after such a disgusting person, but for some reason it seemed to fit. I kind of like the name and decided not to let some jerk own it.


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09/04/06 12:04 - 60ºF - ID#25823

A series of phone calls

Today was crazy. Not that I don't have close relationships with my gradparents, but it is extremely rare to get a phone call from any of them, let alone two on the same day. My parents had children very young and luckily I still have all four of my grandparents. While I was attending the first Sunday of every month Kosen-rufu (loosely translated=world peace) Buddhist meeting, my mother called 2x's and then her father called and then my father's mother called. My phone was vibrating nonstop!

Of course I begin to wonder if something is wrong. I'm always a worrier. For example, yesterday I was terrified that my Dad's parents would get flooded out from the cottage. It was in 1972 that hurricane Agnes flooded and the water level reached the top of the 2nd floor of our cottage. The Farmers Almanac predicted flooding in September of this year as it predicted flooding in June when the Susquehanna flooded Binghampton.

Of course, nothing was wrong. My mother's father called just to talk. I can't remeber him ever calling me before. We had a great time when he was 14 and he was 57 and we rode our bikes from Rochester to Binghampton. He just turned 70 last week.

My father's mother called because she had heard I was worried of flooding. The water level is high she says, but they will not have to evacuate. I believe she is 80 now. I'll have to confirm. Anyways, we had a great conversation. I told her I couldn't answer the phone because I was at the Buddhist meeting. My grandmother is Catholic, as I was raised, and we had a wonderful conversation about religion. She told me how she tells her friends that her oldest grandson is a Buddhist. It really made me happy, because I have always worried that they wouldn't accept me for who I am. I think Catholicism gets that rap because of certain people, but she has always accepted me for who I am. I told her that I haven't forgotten my Catholic background and that I still hold a high regard for their faith. She in turn told me that she is happy that I have found something and thinks it is important. My grandparents have always lived a life worth admiring. I'm not sure if they have any regrets, but as far as I see it, they have lived a model life up to this point. They have truly used the Catholic faith to their benefit. We both agreed on the phone, that all of the religions are susceptible to abuse.

I was soo terrified when I was younger that I was gay, because I thought my Grandparents would reject me. I was wrong. They have never once made me feel as if I were going to hell and they are the best Christians I know. How fortunate I am in this regard.

I almost forgot. My mother called because she booked my tickets to see her in Florida for the holidays. I'll be leaving Dec. 28th and coming back on the 4th of the new year.


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09/01/06 03:46 - 70ºF - ID#25822

La copa de la vida

Slowly I am getting my life back on track. As of like 2 minutes ago, I have reached full-time status and got into the Art History course that I needed for my degree in History. Registration closes tonight at 8pm, so this new development is a great relief. Money will be coming shortly which is most welcome.

As for a dual degree, the other being Spanish, I will have to wait and see. I need to meet with the Chair of Modern and Classical Languages to discuss my options.

In a health scare, I have learned that I do not have testicular cancer. The ultra-sound showed that I have a cyst (quite normal), and it does not have to be removed. I am advised to wear tighty whities. My health insurance was reinstated just in time to go to my appointment.

And lastly, with my job from hell, I have made some progress. I'm working on removing all of what I have allready painted from the metal railings with a paint stripper attached to my dad's drill. It is the most grueling process I could imagine. After it is to be removed I need to clean the railing with paint thinner and let it dry overnight. After that I have a mini roller, which will apply the paint at the correct thickness. I have bought a new paint to use; black satin from Rustoleum (Spelling?). Getting the time in to complete the job from hell is going to be difficult, but not impossible.

Just taking it all one step at a time. I am looking forward to my studies which include:

Art History (beginning with the Stone Age)

Advanced grammar and compostion (SPA)

The Civilization of Spain

Survey of Spanish American Literature

I love my courses being taught in Spanish. It is rapidly making me think in Spanish again. Art History is in english, but my professor's accent keeps me on my toes.

Bueno. Esta canción de Ricky Martin, me parece a mí, la una más apropriada para mi vida en este momento. No I did not change my user sound.

La Copa de la Vida


La vida es
Pura pasion
Hay que llenar
Copa de amor
Para vivir hay
Que luchar
Un Corazon
Para ganar

Como Cain Y Abel
Es un partido cruel
Tienes que pelear por una estrella
Consigue Con Honor
La Copa Del Amor
Para Sobrevivir Y Luchar Por Ella
Luchar Por Ella (SI!)
Luchar Por Ella (SI!)

Tu Y Yo!! Ale, Ale, Ale
Go, Go, Gol! Ale, Ale, Allez
Ariba va!! El Mundo Esta De pie
Go, Go, Gol!! Ale, Ale, Ale

La vida es competicion
Hay que Sonar ser campeon
La copa es la bendicion
La ganaras Go, Go, Go!

Tu instincto natural
Vencer a tu rival
Tienes que pelear por una estrella
Consigue con honor
La copa del amor
Para sobrevivir y luchar por ella
Luchar por ella (SI!)
Luchar por ella (SI!)

Tu Y Yo!! Ale, Ale, Ale
Go, Go, Gol! Ale, Ale, Allez
Ariba va!! El Mundo Esta De pie
Go, Go, Gol!! Ale, Ale, Ale


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08/31/06 09:07 - 61ºF - ID#25821

Mikey is 23!

Happy Birthday to a real star!

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It is funny what you come up with on yahoo search.

Love,

Your number one fan

Come see (e:mike) on Friday!
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08/29/06 07:21 - 67ºF - ID#25820

Condensed for your benefit

I'll try and make a long story short. I'm not registered for classes yet and classes for Buffalo State began yesterday. My insurance is gone, the loan companies are poised to collect and finances are iffy (As if they were ever fine!).

Buffalo State has been sooo slow in transferring my credits over to my degrees. Part of it is my fault, but part of it lies on broken promises from a particular administrator. Because I didn't know how my credits awarded in Cuba will apply to my degree, I have been unable to register for the apropriate classes. Today I met with the Chair of the History Dept. He sat with me for a full hour and a half trying to put together the puzzle of where to put credits so that I could graduate now. I'm so greatful to him for doing his job without ever complaining. The puzzle is missing a tiny piece. Thou shall not double dip more than once. I need an art class!

I can't afford to shell out cash for only one class. My options are 1) Appeal to the college to drop the art requirement or 2) Instead of a minor in Spanish, go for a major, thus being registered full time. I'm going for option 2. This is what I originally wanted and there are more positives in option 2 rather than option 1.

This is far from over. Now I have to try and register for what I need before Friday when registration closes. I already have one professor who has vowed to force me in as necessary. ¡Gracias Profe!

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08/25/06 12:32 - 65ºF - ID#25819

And the winner is...

(e:hodown)!!!! DING, ding, ding, ding! You won the (e:libertad) gas price contest.

The official gas price for the Landes and Blackwell on Elmwood for Friday 8/25/06 is $2.97. (e:howdown)'s guess of $3.299 was the closest of all participating (e:peeps).

(e:zobar) would have won if he had confirmed that his guess of $3.219 was at the Landes and Blackwell on Elmwood and not the Citgo on Colvin and Linwood. Sorry you lose.

(e:hodown) will be receiving a free gallon of gas via the US postal service. Enjoy your gas (e:hodown)!
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08/24/06 03:06 - 73ºF - ID#25818

Overwhelmed

I'm practically in tears right now. My life seems to be crashing down on me all at once. Of course, I take responsibility for my present situation, but right now that just makes me feel worse. I can't even put into words this overwhelming sense of doom that I feel. Since I am going to my grandparents cottage, maybe I'll have some time to get ahold of this life that is spiralling out of control. It is going to take me a long time to get out of these messes. Sorry to be vague, I just don't feel too comfortable even sharing this much.

It feels great to go and see my grandparents. My dad is taking me to see them. The cottage has been in our family many years. My great grandfather, Benjamin Smith, helped build it during the depression. I don't get to spend as much time with my family as I think is necessary. I love them. This is the time I know that I have to use my faith if I want to overcome these problems.
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08/20/06 01:02 - 71ºF - ID#25817

This list is sooo big...

The list of US dead in iraq is soo big that you need three (e:strip) journals to list them all. How many more? Please look at all three journals. The least we could do right? These are the mothers, the brothers, the fathers and the sisters (e:stip).

Joshua M. Morberg, 20, Army Private, Dec 27, 2005
Lance S. Sage, 26, Army Specialist, Dec 27, 2005
Aaron M. Forbes, 24, Army Specialist, Dec 28, 2005
George Anthony "Tony" Lutz II, 25, Army Private 1st Class, Dec 29, 2005
Prince K. Teewia, 27, Army Specialist, Dec 29, 2005
Shawn Christopher Dostie, 32, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Dec 30, 2005
Jonathan R. Pfender, 22, Army Private, Dec 30, 2005
Ayman A. Taha, 31, Army Staff Sergeant, Dec 30, 2005
Marcelino Ronald Corniel, 23, Army National Guard Sergeant, Dec 31, 2005
Jason Lee Bishop, 31, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Jan 01, 2006
Christopher J. Vanderhorn, 37, Army Staff Sergeant, Jan 01, 2006
William F. Hecker III, 37, Army Major, Jan 05, 2006
Jason Lopezreyes, 29, Army Sergeant, Jan 05, 2006
Robbie M. Mariano, 21, Army Private, Jan 05, 2006
Johnny J. Peralez Jr., 25, Army Sergeant, Jan 05, 2006
Christopher P. Petty, 33, Army Captain, Jan 05, 2006
Ryan D. Walker, 25, Army Specialist, Jan 05, 2006
Stephen J. White, 39, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Jan 05, 2006
Michael E. McLaughlin, 44, Army National Guard Lieutenant Colonel, Jan 05, 2006
Adam Leigh Cann, 23, Marine Sergeant, Jan 05, 2006
Albert Pasquale Gettings, 27, Marine Corporal, Jan 05, 2006
Ryan S. McCurdy, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Jan 05, 2006
Radhames Camilomatos, 24, Army Sergeant, Jan 07, 2006
Joseph D. deMoors, 36, Army 1st Lieutenant, Jan 07, 2006
Douglas A. LaBouff, 36, Army Major, Jan 07, 2006
Michael R. Martinez, 43, Army Major, Jan 07, 2006
Clinton R. Upchurch, 31, Army Specialist, Jan 07, 2006
Jaime L. Campbell, 25, Army National Guard 1st Lieutenant, Jan 07, 2006
Michael I. Edwards, 26, Army National Guard Specialist, Jan 07, 2006
Jacob E. Melson, 22, Army National Guard Specialist, Jan 07, 2006
Chester W. Troxel, 45, Army National Guard Chief Warrant Officer 4, Jan 07, 2006
Stuart M. Anderson, 44, Army Reserve Major, Jan 07, 2006
Nathan R. Field, 23, Army Reserve Sergeant, Jan 07, 2006
Robert T. Johnson, 20, Army Reserve Specialist, Jan 07, 2006
Darren D. Braswell, 36, Dept. of Defense Civilian, Jan 07, 2006
Kyle W. Brown, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Jan 07, 2006
Jeriad P. Jacobs, 19, Marine Lance Corporal, Jan 07, 2006
Jason T. Little, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Jan 07, 2006
Brett L. Lundstrom, 22, Marine Corporal, Jan 07, 2006
Raul Mercado, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, Jan 07, 2006
Michael Joseph McMullen, 25, Army National Guard Sergeant, Jan 10, 2006
Mitchell K. Carver Jr., 31, Army Chief Warrant Officer 3, Jan 13, 2006
Kyle E. Jackson, 28, Army Chief Warrant Officer 2, Jan 13, 2006
Jonathan Kyle Price, 19, Marine Lance Corporal, Jan 13, 2006
Michael Anthony Jordan, 35, Navy Petty Officer 1st Class, Jan 13, 2006
Justin J. Watts, 20, Marine Corporal, Jan 14, 2006
Kasper Allen Dudkiewicz, 22, Army Private 1st Class, Jan 15, 2006
Dustin L. Kendall, 21, Army Specialist, Jan 15, 2006
Ruel M. Garcia, 34, Army Chief Warrant Officer 2, Jan 16, 2006
Rex C. Kenyon, 34, Army Chief Warrant Officer 3, Jan 16, 2006
Adam R. Shepherd, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Jan 17, 2006
Dennis J. Flanagan, 22, Army Sergeant, Jan 20, 2006
Matthew C. Frantz, 23, Army Specialist, Jan 20, 2006
Rickey Scott, 30, Army Staff Sergeant, Jan 20, 2006
Clifton J. Yazzie, 23, Army Specialist, Jan 20, 2006
Carlos Arrelano Pandura, 22, Marine Corporal, Jan 20, 2006
Brandon Christopher Dewey, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Jan 20, 2006
Brian McElroy, 28, Air Force Staff Sergeant, Jan 22, 2006
Jason L. Norton, 32, Air Force Technical Sergeant, Jan 22, 2006
Lance M. Chase, 32, Army Staff Sergeant, Jan 23, 2006
Matthew D. Hunter, 31, Army Sergeant, Jan 23, 2006
Peter D. Wagler, 18, Army Private 1st Class, Jan 23, 2006
Lewis T. D. Calapini, 21, Marine Private, Jan 23, 2006
Joshua A. Scott, 24, Marine Lance Corporal, Jan 23, 2006
Sean H. Miles, 28, Marine Sergeant, Jan 24, 2006
Jerry M. "Michael" Durbin Jr., 26, Army Staff Sergeant, Jan 25, 2006
Joshua Allen Johnson, 24, Army National Guard Sergeant, Jan 25, 2006
Hugo R. Lopez Lopez, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Jan 27, 2006
David L. Herrera, 26, Army Sergeant, Jan 28, 2006
Brian J. Schoff, 22, Army Private 1st Class, Jan 28, 2006
Felipe C. Barbosa, 21, Marine Corporal, Jan 28, 2006
Garrison C. Avery, 23, Army 1st Lieutenant, Feb 01, 2006
Marlon A. Bustamante, 25, Army Specialist, Feb 01, 2006
Anthony Chad Owens, 21, Army Specialist, Feb 01, 2006
Caesar S. Viglienzone, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Feb 01, 2006
Sean T. Cardelli, 20, Marine Private 1st Class, Feb 01, 2006
Simon T. Cox Jr., 30, Army 1st Lieutenant, Feb 02, 2006
Walter B. Howard II, 35, Army Specialist, Feb 02, 2006
Scott A. Messer, 26, Army Private 1st Class, Feb 02, 2006
Lance S. Cornett, 33, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Feb 03, 2006
Jesse M. Zamora, 22, Army Specialist, Feb 03, 2006
Roberto L. Martinez Salazar, 21, Army Specialist, Feb 04, 2006
Jeremiah J. Boehmer, 22, Army Sergeant, Feb 05, 2006
William S. Hayes III, 23, Army Specialist, Feb 05, 2006
Sergio A. Mercedes Saez, 23, Army Specialist, Feb 05, 2006
Christopher R. Morningstar, 27, Army Staff Sergeant, Feb 05, 2006
Patrick W. Herried, 29, Army Specialist, Feb 06, 2006
Orville Gerena, 21, Marine Corporal, Feb 06, 2006
David S. Parr, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Feb 06, 2006
Brandon S. Schuck, 21, Marine Corporal, Feb 06, 2006
Jacob D. "Jake" Spann, 21, Marine Private 1st Class, Feb 06, 2006
Allen D. Kokesh Jr., 21, Army National Guard Specialist, Feb 07, 2006
Steven L. Phillips, 27, Marine Lance Corporal, Feb 07, 2006
Javier Chavez Jr., 19, Marine Private 1st Class, Feb 09, 2006
Ross A. Smith, 21, Marine Corporal, Feb 09, 2006
Felipe J. Garcia Villareal, 26, Army Specialist, Feb 12, 2006
Andrew J. Kemple, 23, Army Corporal, Feb 12, 2006
Nicholas Wilson, 25, Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class, Feb 12, 2006
Matthew Ron Barnes, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Feb 14, 2006
Michael S. Probst, 26, Marine Lance Corporal, Feb 14, 2006
Rusty L. Washam, 21, Marine Corporal, Feb 14, 2006
Anthony R. Garcia, 48, Army Captain, Feb 17, 2006
Amos C. Edwards Jr., 41, Army National Guard Sergeant 1st Class, Feb 17, 2006
Charles E. Matheny IV, 23, Army Sergeant, Feb 18, 2006
Matthew D. Conley, 21, Marine Corporal, Feb 18, 2006
Jessie Davila, 29, Army National Guard Sergeant, Feb 20, 2006
Daniel J. Kuhlmeier, 30, Dept. of the Air Force Civilian, Feb 20, 2006
Jay T. Collado, 31, Marine Staff Sergeant, Feb 20, 2006
Almar L. Fitzgerald, 23, Marine 2nd Lieutenant, Feb 21, 2006
Gregson G. Gourley, 38, Army Staff Sergeant, Feb 22, 2006
Curtis T. Howard II, 32, Army Staff Sergeant, Feb 22, 2006
Rickey E. Jones, 21, Army Sergeant, Feb 22, 2006
Christopher L. Marion, 20, Army Private 1st Class, Feb 22, 2006
Gordon F. Misner II, 23, Army Sergeant, Feb 22, 2006
Allan A. Morr, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Feb 22, 2006
Thomas J. Wilwerth, 21, Army Specialist, Feb 22, 2006
Dimitri Muscat, 21, Army Sergeant, Feb 24, 2006
Joshua Francis Powers, 21, Army Private, Feb 24, 2006
Benjamin C. Schuster, 21, Army National Guard Private 1st Class, Feb 25, 2006
John Joshua Thornton, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Feb 25, 2006
Adam J. VanAlstine, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, Feb 25, 2006
Clay P. Farr, 21, Army Specialist, Feb 26, 2006
Joshua U. Humble, 21, Army Specialist, Feb 26, 2006
Joshua M. Pearce, 21, Army Specialist, Feb 26, 2006
Christopher J. Schornak, 28, Army Staff Sergeant, Feb 26, 2006
Dwayne Peter R. Lewis, 26, Army Staff Sergeant, Feb 27, 2006
Tina M. Priest, 20, Army Private 1st Class, Mar 01, 2006
Christopher S. Merchant, 32, Army National Guard Specialist, Mar 01, 2006
Joshua V. Youmans, 26, Army National Guard Sergeant, Mar 01, 2006
Matthew A. Snyder, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Mar 03, 2006
Kevin P. Jessen, 28, Army Staff Sergeant, Mar 05, 2006
Adam O. Zanutto, 26, Marine Corporal, Mar 06, 2006
Ricky Salas Jr., 22, Army Private 1st Class, Mar 07, 2006
Justin R. Martone, 31, Marine Gunnery Sergeant, Mar 07, 2006
John D. Fry, 28, Marine Gunnery Sergeant, Mar 08, 2006
Bunny Long, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Mar 10, 2006
Amy A. Duerksen, 19, Army Private 1st Class, Mar 11, 2006
Kristen K. Marino (Figueroa), 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Mar 12, 2006
Corey A. Dan, 22, Army Sergeant, Mar 13, 2006
Bryan A. Lewis, 32, Army Staff Sergeant, Mar 13, 2006
Marco A. Silva, 27, Army Staff Sergeant, Mar 13, 2006
Angelo A. Zawaydeh, 19, Army Private 1st Class, Mar 15, 2006
Carlos M. Gonzalez, 22, Army Specialist, Mar 16, 2006
Amanda N. Pinson, 21, Army Sergeant, Mar 16, 2006
Nyle Yates III, 22, Army Corporal, Mar 16, 2006
Ricardo Barraza, 24, Army Staff Sergeant, Mar 18, 2006
Dale G. Brehm, 23, Army Sergeant, Mar 18, 2006
Antoine J. McKinzie, 25, Army Specialist, Mar 21, 2006
Brock A. Beery, 30, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant, Mar 23, 2006
Randy D. McCaulley, 44, Army National Guard Sergeant 1st Class, Mar 23, 2006
Frederick A. Carlson, 25, Army National Guard Specialist, Mar 25, 2006
Michael D. Rowe, 23, Army Sergeant, Mar 28, 2006
Sean D. Tharp, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Mar 28, 2006
Robert Hernandez, 47, Army Reserve Staff Sergeant, Mar 28, 2006
Walter M. Moss Jr., 37, Air Force Technical Sergeant, Mar 30, 2006
Joseph J. Duenas, 23, Army Private 1st Class, Mar 30, 2006
Jacob Walter Beisel, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, Mar 31, 2006
Darrell P. Clay, 34, Army Staff Sergeant, Apr 01, 2006
Israel Devora Garcia, 23, Army Sergeant, Apr 01, 2006
Michael L. Hartwick, 37, Army Chief Warrant Officer (CW3), Apr 01, 2006
Timothy J. Moshier, 25, Army Captain, Apr 01, 2006
Jeremy W. Ehle, 19, Army Private 1st Class, Apr 02, 2006
Andres Aguilar Jr., 21, Marine Corporal, Apr 02, 2006
David A. Bass, 20, Marine Corporal, Apr 02, 2006
Patrick J. Gallagher, 27, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 02, 2006
Kun Y. Kim, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 02, 2006
Eric A. McIntosh, 29, Marine Staff Sergeant, Apr 02, 2006
Eric A. Palmisano, 27, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 02, 2006
Scott J. Procopio, 20, Marine Corporal, Apr 02, 2006
Felipe D. Sandoval-Flores, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 02, 2006
Brian R. St. Germain, 22, Marine Corporal, Apr 02, 2006
Abraham G. Twitchell, 28, Marine Staff Sergeant, Apr 02, 2006
Marcques J. Nettles, 22, Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class, Apr 02, 2006
Geovani Padilla Aleman, 20, Navy Hospitalman, Apr 02, 2006
Ty J. Johnson, 28, Army Specialist, Apr 04, 2006
Dustin J. Harris, 21, Army Specialist, Apr 06, 2006
Daniel L. Sesker, 22, Army National Guard Specialist, Apr 06, 2006
Chase A. Edwards, 19, Marine Private 1st Class, Apr 06, 2006
Bryan N. Taylor, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 06, 2006
Richard P. Waller, 22, Marine Corporal, Apr 07, 2006
Shawn R. Creighton, 21, Army Specialist, Apr 08, 2006
Jody W. Missildine, 19, Army Private, Apr 08, 2006
Philip John Martini, 24, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 08, 2006
Juana NavarroArellano, 24, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 08, 2006
David S. Collins, 24, Army Specialist, Apr 09, 2006
Joseph I. Love-Fowler, 22, Army Private 1st Class, Apr 09, 2006
Gregory S. Rogers, 42, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Apr 09, 2006
James W. "Will" Gardner, 22, Army Specialist, Apr 10, 2006
Randall L. Lamberson, 36, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Apr 10, 2006
Joseph A. Blanco, 25, Army Corporal, Apr 11, 2006
James F. Costello III, 27, Army Private 1st Class, Apr 11, 2006
Kenneth D. Hess, 26, Army Specialist, Apr 11, 2006
George R. Roehl Jr., 21, Army Private 1st Class, Apr 11, 2006
Scott M. Bandhold, 37, Army Specialist, Apr 12, 2006
Roland E. Calderon-Ascencio, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Apr 12, 2006
Marcus S. Glimpse, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 12, 2006
Andrew K. Waits, 23, Army Specialist, Apr 13, 2006
Salem Bachar, 20, Marine Corporal, Apr 13, 2006
Stephen Joseph Perez, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 13, 2006
Darin T. Settle, 23, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 14, 2006
Mark W. Melcher, 34, Army National Guard Specialist, Apr 15, 2006
Derrick J. Cothran, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 15, 2006
Pablo V. Mayorga, 33, Marine Corporal, Apr 15, 2006
Justin D. Sims, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 15, 2006
Ryan G. Winslow, 19, Marine Private 1st Class, Apr 15, 2006
Clinton W. Cubert, 38, Army National Guard Master Sergeant, Apr 16, 2006
Ian P. Weikel, 31, Army Captain, Apr 18, 2006
Robert J. Settle, 25, Army Private 1st Class, Apr 19, 2006
Patrick A. Tinnell, 25, Army Private 1st Class, Apr 19, 2006
Jason C. Ramseyer, 28, Marine Staff Sergeant, Apr 20, 2006
Jacob H. Allcott, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Apr 22, 2006
Michael E. Bouthot, 19, Army Private, Apr 22, 2006
Kyle A. Colnot, 23, Army Sergeant, Apr 22, 2006
Eric D. King, 29, Army Specialist, Apr 22, 2006
Travis C. Zimmerman, 19, Army Private, Apr 22, 2006
Eric R. Lueken, 23, Marine Corporal, Apr 22, 2006
Jason B. Daniel, 21, Army Corporal, Apr 23, 2006
Robert W. Ehney, 26, Army Sergeant, Apr 23, 2006
Shawn Thomas Lasswell Jr., 21, Army Corporal, Apr 23, 2006
Metodio A. Bandonill, 29, Army Staff Sergeant, Apr 24, 2006
Aaron William Simons, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 24, 2006
Raymond L. Henry, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Apr 25, 2006
Richard J. Herrema, 27, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Apr 25, 2006
Michael L. Ford, 19, Marine Lance Corporal, Apr 26, 2006
Bobby Mendez, 38, Army 1st Sergeant, Apr 27, 2006
Mark A. Wall, 27, Army Staff Sergeant, Apr 27, 2006
Matthew A. Webber, 23, Army National Guard Sergeant, Apr 27, 2006
Jose Gomez, 23, Army Sergeant, Apr 28, 2006
Bryant A. Herlem, 37, Army Staff Sergeant, Apr 28, 2006
Edward G. Davis III, 31, Marine Sergeant, Apr 28, 2006
Brandon M. Hardy, 25, Marine Corporal, Apr 28, 2006
Lea R. Mills, 21, Marine Sergeant, Apr 28, 2006
Steve M. Sakoda, 29, Army Sergeant, Apr 29, 2006
Robbie Glen Light, 21, Army Corporal, May 01, 2006
Robert L. Moscillo, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, May 01, 2006
Christopher M. Eckhardt, 19, Army Private 1st Class, May 03, 2006
Benjamin T. Zieske, 20, Army Private 1st Class, May 03, 2006
Joseph E. Proctor, 38, Army National Guard Sergeant, May 03, 2006
Brian S. Letendre, 27, Marine Reserve Captain, May 03, 2006
Bryan L. Quinton, 24, Army Specialist, May 04, 2006
Gavin B. Reinke, 32, Army Staff Sergeant, May 04, 2006
Stephen R. Bixler, 20, Marine Corporal, May 04, 2006
Elisha R. Parker, 21, Marine Sergeant, May 04, 2006
Alva L. Gaylord, 25, Army Private 1st Class, May 05, 2006
Carlos N. Saenz, 46, Army 1st Sergeant, May 05, 2006
Teodoro Torres, 29, Army Specialist, May 05, 2006
Nathan J. Vacho, 29, Army Sergeant, May 05, 2006
Dale James Kelly Jr., 48, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant, May 06, 2006
David Michael Veverka, 25, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant, May 06, 2006
Leon Deraps, 19, Marine Lance Corporal, May 06, 2006
Matthew J. Fenton, 24, Marine Sergeant, May 06, 2006
Cory L. Palmer, 21, Marine Corporal, May 06, 2006
Emmanuel L. Legaspi, 38, Army Staff Sergeant, May 07, 2006
Gregory A. Wagner, 35, Army Staff Sergeant, May 08, 2006
Aaron P. Latimer, 26, Army Specialist, May 09, 2006
Alessandro Carbonaro, 28, Marine Sergeant, May 10, 2006
Armer N. Burkart, 26, Army Specialist, May 11, 2006
Eric D. Clark, 22, Army Private 1st Class, May 11, 2006
Stephen P. Snowberger III, 18, Army Private 1st Class, May 11, 2006
Jason K. Burnett, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, May 11, 2006
David J. GramesSanchez, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, May 11, 2006
Michael L. Licalzi, 24, Marine 2nd Lieutenant, May 11, 2006
Steve Vahaviolos, 21, Marine Corporal, May 11, 2006
Brandon L. Teeters, 21, Army Specialist, May 12, 2006
Adam C. Conboy, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, May 12, 2006
Ron Gebur, 23, Army National Guard Specialist, May 13, 2006
Richard Z. James, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, May 13, 2006
John W. Engeman, 45, Army Chief Warrant Officer 4, May 14, 2006
Jamie D. Weeks, 47, Army Chief Warrant Officer 5, May 14, 2006
Robert H. West, 37, Army Master Sergeant, May 14, 2006
Matthew W. Worrel, 34, Army Major, May 14, 2006
Shane Mahaffee, 36, Army Reserve Captain, May 14, 2006
Jose S. Marin-Dominguez Jr., 22, Marine Lance Corporal, May 14, 2006
Hatak Yuka Keyu M. Yearby, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, May 14, 2006
Grant Allen Dampier, 25, Army Private 1st Class, May 15, 2006
Marion Flint Jr., 29, Army Staff Sergeant, May 15, 2006
Santiago M. Halsel, 32, Army Staff Sergeant, May 16, 2006
Lee Hamilton Deal, 23, Navy Petty Officer Third Class, May 17, 2006
Lonnie Calvin Allen Jr., 26, Army Sergeant, May 18, 2006
Nicholas Cournoyer, 25, Army Private 1st Class, May 18, 2006
Daniel E. Holland, 43, Army Lieutenant Colonel, May 18, 2006
Robert Seidel III, 23, Army 1st Lieutenant, May 18, 2006
William B. Fulks, 23, Marine Corporal, May 18, 2006
Benito A. Ramirez, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, May 21, 2006
David Christoff Jr., 25, Marine Sergeant, May 22, 2006
William J. Leusink, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, May 22, 2006
Michael L. Hermanson, 21, Army National Guard Specialist, May 23, 2006
Steven Freund, 20, Marine Private 1st Class, May 23, 2006
Robert G. Posivio III, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, May 23, 2006
Robert E. Blair, 22, Army Specialist, May 25, 2006
Douglas A. DiCenzo, 30, Army Captain, May 25, 2006
Caleb A. Lufkin, 24, Army Private 1st Class, May 25, 2006
Adam Lucas, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, May 26, 2006
J. Adan Garcia, 20, Army Corporal, May 27, 2006
Richard A. Bennett, 25, Marine Corporal, May 27, 2006
Nathanael J. Doring, 31, Marine Captain, May 27, 2006
James A. Funkhouser, 35, Army Captain, May 29, 2006
Jeremy M. Loveless, 25, Army Corporal, May 29, 2006
Brock L. Bucklin, 28, Army Specialist, May 30, 2006
Bobby R. West, 23, Army Corporal, May 30, 2006
Alexander J. Kolasa, 22, Army Corporal, May 31, 2006
Benjamin E. Mejia, 25, Army Sergeant, May 31, 2006
Brett L. Tribble, 20, Army Private 1st Class, Jun 03, 2006
Darren Harmon, 44, Army Reserve Staff Sergeant, Jun 03, 2006
Ryan J. Cummings, 22, Marine Corporal, Jun 03, 2006
Michael D. Stover, 43, Marine Major, Jun 03, 2006
Issac S. Lawson, 35, Air National Guard Specialist, Jun 05, 2006
Jamie Jaenke, 30, Naval Reserve Petty Officer 2nd Class, Jun 05, 2006
Gary Rovinski, 44, Naval Reserve Petty Officer 1st Class, Jun 05, 2006
Andy D. Anderson, 24, Army Corporal, Jun 06, 2006
Daniel Gionet, 23, Army Sergeant, Jun 06, 2006
Carlos E. Pernell, 25, Army Sergeant, Jun 06, 2006
Ryan T. Sanders, 27, Army 1st Lieutenant, Jun 06, 2006
Richard A. Blakley, 34, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant, Jun 06, 2006
Mark T. Smykowski, 23, Marine Sergeant, Jun 06, 2006
David N. Crombie, 19, Army Private 1st Class, Jun 07, 2006
Scott M. Love, 32, Army 1st Lieutenant, Jun 07, 2006
John Shaw Vaughan, 23, Army 2nd Lieutenant, Jun 07, 2006
Clarence D. McSwain, 31, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Jun 08, 2006
Luis D. Santos, 20, Army Specialist, Jun 08, 2006
Daniel Crabtree, 31, Army National Guard Sergeant 1st Class, Jun 08, 2006
Ben Slaven, 22, Army National Guard Private 1st Class, Jun 09, 2006
Jose M. Velez, 35, Army Reserve Sergeant, Jun 09, 2006
Salvador Guerrero, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 09, 2006
Brent Zoucha, 19, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 09, 2006
Zachary M. Alday, 22, Navy Seaman, Jun 09, 2006
Michael A. Estrella, 20, Marine Corporal, Jun 14, 2006
Jeremiah S. Santos, 21, Army Specialist, Jun 15, 2006
David J. Babineau, 25, Army Specialist, Jun 16, 2006
Kristian Menchaca, 23, Army Private, Jun 16, 2006
Thomas Lowell Tucker, 25, Army Private 1st Class, Jun 16, 2006
Brent W. Koch, 22, Army National Guard Specialist, Jun 16, 2006
Robert L. Jones, 22, Army Specialist, Jun 17, 2006
Reyes Ramirez, 23, Army Sergeant, Jun 17, 2006
Christopher D. Leon, 20, Marine Corporal, Jun 20, 2006
Brandon J Webb, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 20, 2006
Christopher N. White, 23, Marine Private 1st Class, Jun 20, 2006
Benjamin D. Williams, 30, Marine Staff Sergeant, Jun 20, 2006
Jason J. Buzzard, 31, Army Sergeant, Jun 21, 2006
Sirlou C. Cuaresma, 21, Army Sergeant, Jun 21, 2006
Nicholas J. Whyte, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, Jun 21, 2006
Riley E. Baker, 22, Marine Corporal, Jun 22, 2006
Paul A. Beyer, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Jun 23, 2006
Mario J. Bievre, 34, Army Staff Sergeant, Jun 23, 2006
Ryan J. Buckley, 21, Army Corporal, Jun 23, 2006
Devon J. Gibbons, 19, Army Private 1st Class, Jun 23, 2006
Channing G. Singletary, 30, Army National Guard Specialist, Jun 23, 2006
Benjamin J. Laymon, 22, Army Sergeant, Jun 24, 2006
Justin Dean Norton, 21, Army Sergeant, Jun 24, 2006
Virrueta A. Sanchez, 33, Army Staff Sergeant, Jun 24, 2006
Paul N. King, 23, Marine Reserve Corporal, Jun 25, 2006
Terry Lisk, 26, Army Sergeant, Jun 26, 2006
Michael J. Potocki, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Jun 26, 2006
Raymond J. Plouhar, 30, Marine Staff Sergeant, Jun 26, 2006
Jeremy Jones, 25, Army Corporal, Jun 27, 2006
Terry O.P. Wallace, 33, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Jun 27, 2006
Jason W. Morrow, 27, Marine Corporal, Jun 27, 2006
Rex A. Page, 21, Marine Private 1st Class, Jun 28, 2006
Ryan. J. Clark, 19, Army Corporal, Jun 29, 2006
Bryan C. Luckey, 25, Army Sergeant, Jun 29, 2006
James P. Muldoon, 23, Army Sergeant, Jun 29, 2006
Christopher D. Rose, 21, Army Specialist, Jun 29, 2006
Kyle Miller, 19, Army National Guard Specialist, Jun 29, 2006
Carl Jerome Ware Jr., 22, Air Force Airman 1st Class, Jul 01, 2006
Collin T. Mason, 20, Army Private 1st Class, Jul 02, 2006
Justin Noyes, 23, Marine Sergeant, Jul 02, 2006
Paul Pabla, 23, Air National Guard Staff Sergeant, Jul 03, 2006
Omar Flores, 27, Army Staff Sergeant, Jul 08, 2006
Troy Carlin Linden, 22, Army Specialist, Jul 08, 2006
Joseph P. Micks, 22, Army Specialist, Jul 08, 2006
Damien M. Montoya, 21, Army Specialist, Jul 09, 2006
Duane J. Dreasky, 31, Army National Guard Sergeant, Jul 10, 2006
Irving Hernandez Jr., 28, Army Sergeant, Jul 12, 2006
Jerry A. Tharp, 44, Naval Reserve Petty Officer 1st Class, Jul 12, 2006
Al'Kaila Floyd, 23, Army Sergeant, Jul 13, 2006
Thomas B. Turner Jr., 31, Army Sergeant, Jul 14, 2006
Andres J. Contreras, 23, Army Sergeant, Jul 15, 2006
Manuel J. Holguin, 21, Army Specialist, Jul 15, 2006
Jason M. Evey, 29, Army Staff Sergeant, Jul 16, 2006
Raymond A. Salerno III, 27, Army Specialist, Jul 16, 2006
Nathaniel S. Baughman, 23, Army Corporal, Jul 17, 2006
Michael A Dickinson II, 26, Army Staff Sergeant, Jul 17, 2006
Kenneth I. Pugh, 39, Army Corporal, Jul 17, 2006
Scott R. Smith, 34, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Jul 17, 2006
Mark Richard Vecchione, 25, Army Sergeant, Jul 18, 2006
Geofrey R. Cayer, 20, Marine Lance Corporal, Jul 18, 2006
Derek J. Plowman, 20, Army National Guard Private 1st Class, Jul 20, 2006
Julian A. Ramon, 22, Marine Corporal, Jul 20, 2006
Matthew P. Wallace, 22, Army Corporal, Jul 21, 2006
Christopher T. Pate, 29, Marine Captain, Jul 21, 2006
Adam J. Fargo, 22, Army Corporal, Jul 22, 2006
Blake H. Russell, 35, Army Captain, Jul 22, 2006
Christopher Swanson, 25, Army Staff Sergeant, Jul 22, 2006
Dennis K. Samson Jr., 24, Army Specialist, Jul 24, 2006
Jason M. West, 28, Army Captain, Jul 24, 2006
Stephen W. Castner, 27, Army National Guard Specialist, Jul 24, 2006
Joseph A. Graves, 21, Army Specialist, Jul 25, 2006
Edward A Koth, 30, Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class, Jul 26, 2006
James W. Higgins, 22, Marine Lance Corporal, Jul 27, 2006
Adam R. Murray, 21, Marine Lance Corporal, Jul 27, 2006
Timothy D. Roos, 21, Marine Corporal, Jul 27, 2006
Enrique Henry Sanchez, 21, Marine Private 1st Class, Jul 27, 2006
Phillip E. Baucus, 28, Marine Corporal, Jul 29, 2006
Anthony E. Butterfield, 19, Marine Lance Corporal, Jul 29, 2006
Jason Hanson, 21, Marine Private 1st Class, Jul 29, 2006
Christian B. Williams, 27, Marine Sergeant, Jul 29, 2006
Joshua Ford, 20, Army National Guard Specialist, Jul 31, 2006
Hai Ming Hsia, 37, Army Specialist, Aug 01, 2006
Ryan D. Jopek, 20, Army National Guard Sergeant, Aug 02, 2006
Dustin D. Laird, 23, Marine Sergeant, Aug 02, 2006
Joseph A. Tomci, 21, Marine Corporal, Aug 02, 2006
Marc A. Lee, 28, Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class, Aug 02, 2006
Kurt E. Dechen, 24, Marine Lance Corporal, Aug 03, 2006
George M. Ulloa Jr., 23, Marine Sergeant, Aug 03, 2006
Bradley H. Beste, 22, Army Sergeant, Aug 04, 2006
Leroy Segura Jr., 23, Army Sergeant, Aug 04, 2006
Clint J. Storey, 30, Army Staff Sergeant, Aug 04, 2006
Brian J. Kubik, 20, Army Private 1st Class, Aug 05, 2006
Carlton A. Clark, 22, Army Sergeant, Aug 06, 2006
Tracy L. Melvin, 31, Army Staff Sergeant, Aug 06, 2006
Stephen A. Seale, 25, Army Staff Sergeant, Aug 06, 2006
Jose Zamora, 24, Army Specialist, Aug 06, 2006
Jeffery S. Brown, 25, Army Sergeant, Aug 09, 2006
Aaron Jagger, 43, Army 1st Sergeant, Aug 09, 2006
Steven P. Mennemeyer, 26, Army Sergeant, Aug 09, 2006
Ignacio Ramirez, 22, Army Specialist, Aug 09, 2006
Shane W. Woods, 23, Army Specialist, Aug 09, 2006
Jeremy Z. Long, 18, Marine Lance Corporal, Aug 10, 2006
Kenneth A. Jenkins, 25, Army Staff Sergeant, Aug 12, 2006
Michael C. Lloyd, 24, Army Staff Sergeant, Aug 12, 2006
Kevin L. Zeigler, 31, Army Staff Sergeant, Aug 12, 2006
Michael D. Glover, 28, Marine Lance Corporal, Aug 16, 2006
John J. McKenna IV, 30, Marine Captain, Aug 16, 2006
John P. Phillips, 29, Marine Sergeant, Aug 16, 2006
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