Afghanistan
There have been 1,749 coalition deaths -- 1,060 Americans, 11 Australians, one Belgian, 285 Britons, 144 Canadians, three Czech, 29 Danes, 23 Dutch, seven Estonians, one Finn, 41 French, 43 Germans, two Hungarians, 22 Italians, four Latvians, one Lithuanian, five Norwegians, 16 Poles, two Portuguese, 13 Romanians, one South Korean, 28 Spaniards, four Swedes, two Turks and one NATO/ISAF -- in the war on terror as of May 14, 2010, according to a CNN count. Below are the names of the soldiers, Marines, airmen and sailors whose deaths have been reported by their nation's governments. The list also includes two U.S. Defense Department civilian employees. The troops died serving in the U.S.-led Operation Enduring Freedom or the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan. At least 5,831 U.S. personnel have been wounded in action, according to the Pentagon. In addition to the military deaths, one Jordanian and 11 U.S. intelligence operatives have died in Afghanistan.
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Spc. Chad C. Fuller 24 Company B, 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division Potsdam, New York Died of wounds received during a firefight with Taliban fighters northwest of Shkin, in Paktika province in Afghanistan on August 31, 2003
Pfc. Adam L. Thomas 21 Headquarters Company, 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division Palos Hills, Illinois Died of wounds received during a firefight with Taliban fighters northwest of Shkin, in Paktika province in Afghanistan on August 31, 2003
Sgt. 1st Class Mitchell A. Lane 34 Company C, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group (Airborne) Lompoc, California Died of injuries received during an accidental fall while on a night combat assault near Deh Chopan in the Zabul province, Afghanistan, on August 29, 2003
Petty Officer 1st Class David M. Tapper 32 Naval Special Warfare Development Group Atco, New Jersey Tapper was wounded when his convoy engaged enemy forces near Orgun, Afghanistan, on August 20, 2003. He was evacuated to Bagram Air Base hospital near Kabul, where he died of his wounds.
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