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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Lance Cpl. Matthew G. Reza 27 Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 31, Marine Aircraft Group 31, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Austin, Texas Died in a non-hostile incident in Kandahar, Afghanistan on May 31, 2009
Lance Cpl. Nigel Moffett 28 C Squadron, The Light Dragoons Belfast, Northern Ireland One of two British soldiers killed by an explosion that happened during a deliberate operation near Musa Qaleh in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 30, 2009
Cpl. Stephen Bolger 30 The Parachute Regiment United Kingdom One of two British soldiers killed by an explosion that happened during a deliberate operation near Musa Qaleh in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 30, 2009
Lance Cpl. Kieron Hill 20 2nd Battalion, The Mercian Regiment (Worcesters and Foresters) Nottingham, England Died as a result of an explosion that happened during an operation near Garmsir in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 28, 2009
Senior Airman Ashton L. M. Goodman 21 43rd Logistics Readiness Squadron Indianapolis, Indiana One of two airmen killed by a roadside bomb near Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan on May 26, 2009
Lt. Col. Mark E. Stratton II 39 Air Force Element, Joint Chiefs of Staff Houston, Texas One of two airmen killed by a roadside bomb near Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan on May 26, 2009
1st Sgt. Blue C. Rowe 33 Detachment 22, 426th Civil Affairs Battalion Summers, Arkansas Killed when a roadside bomb exploded near his vehicle in Panjshir province, Afghanistan, on May 26, 2009
Master Cpl. Guillaume Barateau 31 9e Compagnie de Commandement et de Transmissions, 9e Brigade Légère Blindée de Marine (9th Company Command and Communications Unit, 9th Light Armored Marine Brigade) France Died in a non-hostile incident in Kabul, Afghanistan, on May 24, 2009
Sapper Jordan Rossi 22 25 Field Squadron, 38 Engineer Regiment West Yorkshire, England Killed following an explosion during an operation to clear roadside bombs near Sangin in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 23, 2009
Chief Warrant Officer Brent S. Cole 38 Company C, 1st Battalion, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division Reedsville, West Virginia Died when his helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing near Tarin Kwot in Uruzgan province Afghanistan, on May 22, 2009
Lance Cpl. Robert Martin Richards 24 3rd Armoured Support Troop, Armoured Support Group, Royal Marines Betws-y-Coed, North Wales Died in Selly Oak Hospital in Birmingham, England, on May 27, 2009, from wounds sustained when his vehicle struck a roadside bomb in the Nad e-Ali district of Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 22, 2009
Fusilier Petero Suesue 28 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Levuka, Fiji Killed by gunfire while on a foot patrol near Sangin in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 22, 2009
1st Lt. Roslyn L. Schulte 25 Headquarters, Pacific Air Forces Command St. Louis, Missouri Died of wounds suffered from a roadside bomb in Kabul, Afghanistan, on May 20, 2009
Sgt. Carlie M. Lee III 23 Company D, 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division Birmingham, Alabama One of two soldiers killed when their patrol was attacked by enemy forces using small-arms fire in Chak, Afghanistan, on May 15, 2009
Staff Sgt. Esau I. De la Pena-Hernandez 25 Company D, 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division La Puente, California One of two soldiers killed when their patrol was attacked by enemy forces using small-arms fire in Chak, Afghanistan, on May 15, 2009
Marine Jason Mackie 21 3rd Armored Support Troop, Armored Support Group, Royal Marines Bampton, Oxfordshire, England Killed when his vehicle struck a roadside bomb in the Basharan area of Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 14, 2009
Lt. Mark Evison 26 1st Battalion, Welsh Guards London, England Died on May 12, 2009, at Selly Oak Hospital in Birmingham, England, of wounds received when he was shot while leading a patrol in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 9, 2009
Spc. Lukasz D. Saczek 23 Company D, 1st Battalion, 178th Infantry Regiment, 33rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Illinois Army National Guard Lake in the Hills, Illinois Died of injuries sustained from a non-combat related incident in Nangarhar, Afghanistan, on May 10, 2009
Cpl. Sean Binnie 22 The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland Belfast, Northern Ireland Killed during a fire fight with insurgents near Musa Qaleh in Helmand province, on May 7, 2009
Cpl. Kumar Pun 31 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles Parbat district, Nepal One of two British soldiers killed when a sucide bomber detonated an explosive device near his patrol in Gereshk, Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 7, 2009
Sgt. Ben Ross 34 173 Provost Company, 3rd Regiment, Royal Military Police Bangor, Wales One of two British soldiers killed when a sucide bomber detonated an explosive device near his patrol in Gereshk, Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 7, 2009
Rifleman Adrian Sheldon 25 Company B, 2nd Battalion, The Rifles Kirkby-in-Ashfield, England Killed when a roadside bomb detonated near his Jackal vehicle near Sangin in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on May 7, 2009
Sgt. Voldemars Ansevics 38 1. Kajnieku Bataljons (1st Infantry Battalion) Dobele, Latvia One of two Latvian soldiers killed along with three U.S. soldiers when insurgents attacked their unit using direct fire near the village of Nishagam in Kunar province, Afghanistan, on May 1, 2009
Spc. Ryan C. King 22 Company B, Special Troops Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division Dallas, Georgia One of three U.S. soldiers killed along with two Latvian soldiers when insurgents attacked their unit using direct fire near the village of Nishagam in Kunar province, Afghanistan, on May 1, 2009
Pfc. Andrejs Merkusevs 29 1. Kajnieku Bataljons (1st Infantry Battalion) Jelgava, Latvia One of two Latvian soldiers killed along with three U.S. soldiers when insurgents attacked their unit using direct fire near the village of Nishagam in Kunar province, Afghanistan, on May 1, 2009
Sgt. James D. Pirtle 21 Special Troops Battalion, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division Colorado Springs, Colorado One of three U.S. soldiers killed along with two Latvian soldiers when insurgents attacked their unit using direct fire near the village of Nishagam in Kunar province, Afghanistan, on May 1, 2009
Staff Sgt. William D. Vile 27 Military Transition Team member assigned 1st Brigade, 1st Infantry Division Philadelphia, Pennsylvania One of three U.S. soldiers killed along with two Latvian soldiers when insurgents attacked their unit using direct fire near the village of Nishagam in Kunar province, Afghanistan, on May 1, 2009
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