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diamond14 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Mar-01-05 06:54 PM
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PHOTOS: to honor OUR soldiers who were KILLED in we don't forget
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Edited on Tue Mar-01-05 07:01 PM by diamond14

there are very few photos to be found OUR soldiers are KILLED every day, but NO photos of the caskets arriving, NO greeting by bush*, NO photos of the funerals, only a few of the actual KILLED soldiers...the whole carnage has been pushed to the back pages, if mentioned at here's a DU memorial for all OUR KILLED soldiers, with the few photos that can be found....please post other DU memorial PHOTOS on this thread, if you find some....and keep it kicked up, if you care.....

This undated photo provided by Iowa National Guard shows Iowa National Guard 2nd Lt. Richard B. Gienau, 29, of Peoria, Ill., who was killed Sunday, Feb. 27, 2005, in Iraq. Gienau was a passenger in a Humvee struck by a homemade bomb as it traveled between Karbala and Ramadi. (AP Photo/Iowa National Guard)

Louisiana National Guard Staff Sgt. Nicholas J. Olivier is shown in an undated photo. Olivier, 26, was with the Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion of 256th Brigade Combat Team. He was killed Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2005, when a homemade bomb exploded while he was on ground patrol in Baghdad. (AP Photo)

The U.S. military death toll is nearing 1,500 in the 23-month Iraq war, with casualties easing in the weeks since the historic January 30, 2005 elections but with little evidence the insurgency has been crippled. The Pentagon tally of fatalities in Iraq released on February 25 listed 1,480 U.S. deaths, including 1,130 killed in combat and 350 in nonhostile incidents such as vehicle and aircraft crashes. U.S. Army sergeant Luis Marerro holds a folded U.S. flag during his comrade Jesus Fonseca's funeral in his hometown of Degollado, in the Mexican state of Jalisco February 1. Fonseca was killed in Mosul as he inspected a vehicle wired with explosives. Photo by Stringer/Mexico/Reuters

Matthew Bundy, the brother of Arms Sgt. Jessica Housby, an Illinois National Guardsman killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq, places a rose on her casket in this Feb. 19, 2005 file photo. Deborah Bundy, Housby's mother, right, stands at her son's side holding a U.S. flag, during the graveside ceremony in Rock Island, Ill. Housby was the 21st female filled in action since the war began. (AP Photo/Quad-City Times, John Schultz)

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