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Iraqi Coalition Casualities

In honor of our fallen troops in Iraq, I am posting this site which tracks every soldier that has died as a result of the War on Iraq. At first glance it looks cold, but click on each month to go to a detailed listing including date, name & rank, place and cause of death.

When I clicked to refresh my mind as to what to type here, I was confronted with this:

..." NAME NOT RELEASED YET - Baghdad (western part) Hostile - hostile fire..." --obviously his family had not been notified. It's heartwrenching to look at. This is so very sad.

Here's pictures of the US Soldiers to make it even more personal:
GALLERY OF U.S. MILITARY DEAD DURING IRAQ WAR TO FEBRUARY 9, 2005

"To Never Forget: Faces of the Fallen" - Exhibit
..."What started as a local art project is bringing tearful responses from across America. In College of Marin’s new “To Never Forget: Faces of the Fallen” exhibit, art students and faculty have painted portraits of each American soldier who has died in Iraq – more than 1200 – each a 5x7 face staring straight into the eyes of the viewer......College of Marin art instructor Chester Arnold created the project after reading a newspaper story when the U.S. death toll in Iraq reached 1,000. He did not anticipate completing all of the portraits -- but the project proved so emotionally-compelling for the artists that they couldn't rest until they had painted them all..."

Also, here's the page which tracks Iraqi civilians that have died as a result of the war. No names here, the information is not as reliable or as current, but I want to include them too:

Reported civilian deaths resulting from the US-led military intervention in Iraq

I got a little carried away with this link, but I bet the families and loved ones of all the lost lives wouldn't think so.
Iraqi Coalition Casualities - Friday, August 26, 2005 - links to this post

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