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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Staff Sgt. Shawn M. Clemens 28 Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division Allegany, New York Killed in an accidental explosion at a weapons cache west of Ghazni, Afghanistan, on January 29, 2004
Spc. Robert J. Cook 24 Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division Sun Prairie, Wisconsin Killed in an accidental explosion at a weapons cache west of Ghazni, Afghanistan, on January 29, 2004
Sgt. Benjamin L. Gilman 28 Company A, 41st Engineer Battalion, 10th Mountain Division Meridan, Connecticut Killed when a weapons cache prematurely exploded on January 29, 2004, in Ghazni, Afghanistan. Initially listed as missing, his remains were recovered on February 2, 2004.
Spc. Adam G. Kinser 21 304th Psychological Operations Company, U.S. Army Reserve Rio Vista, California Killed when a weapons cache prematurely exploded west of Ghazni, Afghanistan on January 29, 2004
Sgt. 1st Class Curtis Mancini 43 486th Civil Affairs Battalion, U.S. Army Reserve Fort Lauderdale, Florida Killed when a weapons cache prematurely exploded west of Ghazni, Afghanistan, on January 29, 2004
Staff Sgt. James D. Mowris 37 805th Military Police Company, U.S. Army Reserve Aurora, Missouri Killed when a weapons cache prematurely exploded west of Ghazni, Afghanistan, on January 29, 2004
Sgt. Justin A. Scott 22 Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division Bellevue, Kentucky Killed when a weapons cache prematurely exploded west of Ghazni, Afghanistan, on January 29, 2004
Sgt. Danton K. Seitsinger 29 486th Civil Affairs Battalion, U.S. Army Reserve Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Killed when a weapons cache prematurely exploded west of Ghazni, Afghanistan, on January 29, 2004
Pvt. Jonathan Kitulagoda 23 E (Devon & Dorset) Company, The Rifle Volunteers, British Territorial Army Plymouth, England Killed in a suicide bomb attack near Kabul, on January 28, 2004
Cpl. Jamie Brendan Murphy 26 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Battalion Group Conception Harbour, Newfoundland Killed in a suicide bomb attack while on patrol near Kabul, Afghanistan, on January 27, 2004
Sgt. Roy A. Wood 47 Company C, 3rd Battalion, 20th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Florida Army National Guard Alva, Florida Wood was fatally injured when the vehicle he was traveling in near Kabul, Afghanistan, hit another vehicle on January 9, 2004
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