Friday, July 24, 2009

751


07/23/09 :
DoD Identifies Army Casualties
Spc. Randy L.J. Neff, Jr., 22, of Blackfoot, Idaho...died July 22 in Zabul Province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle. They were assigned to the 4th Engineer Battalion...

07/23/09 :
DoD Identifies Army Casualties
Sgt. Joshua J. Rimer, 24, of Rochester, Pa...died July 22 in Zabul Province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle. They were assigned to the 4th Engineer Battalion, Fort Carson, Colo.

07/22/09 :
DoD Identifies Army Casualty
Spc. Raymundo P. Morales, 34, of Dalton, Ga., died July 21 in Methar Lam, Afghanistan, of injuries sustained during a vehicle roll-over. He was assigned to the 148th Brigade Support Battalion, Cedartown, Ga.

07/22/09 :
DoD Identifies Army Casualties (4 of 4)
Sgt. Gregory Owens Jr., 24, of Garland, Texas...died July 20 in Wardak Province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle followed by an attack from enemy forces using small arms...

07/22/09 :
DoD Identifies Army Casualties (3 of 4)
Spc. Anthony M. Lightfoot, 20, of Riverdale, Ga...died July 20 in Wardak Province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle followed by an attack from enemy forces using small arms...

07/22/09 :
DoD Identifies Army Casualties (2 of 4)
Spc. Andrew J. Roughton, 21, of Houston, Texas...died July 20 in Wardak Province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle followed by an attack from enemy forces using small arms...

07/22/09 :
DoD Identifies Army Casualties (1 of 4)
Pfc. Dennis J. Pratt, 34, of Duncan, Okla...died July 20 in Wardak Province, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when an improvised explosive device detonated near their vehicle followed by an attack from enemy forces using small arms...

May they rest in peace....

1 comment:

Grandmère Mimi said...

Paul, thanks for the reminder. The war in Afghanistan is not going well. Casualty numbers are increasing. It's time to revisit our goals there and judge whether there's any possibility of achieving them.