Since February 2003, 94 Indiana military personnel have died after being sent to the Mideast for the war in Iraq. They are:
Dec. 10 — Army Spc. Johnathan A. Lahmann, 21, Richmond, died from wounds he suffered when a bomb exploded near his vehicle in Bayji.
Nov. 14 — Army Sgt. Kenneth R. Booker, 25, Vevay, died from wounds he suffered when a bomb exploded near his vehicle in Mukhisa.
Oct. 31 — Army Capt. Timothy McGovern, 28, Idaville, died with another soldier in a bombing during combat operations in Mosul.
Sept. 10 — Army Sgt. Nicholas Patterson, 24, Rochester, among seven soldiers killed by a vehicle crash in Baghdad that also killed two detainees.
Sept. 8 — Army Cpl. Ryan A. Woodward, 22, Fort Wayne, died of wounds suffered small arms fire near Baghdad.
Aug. 16 — Army Cpl. Willard M. Powell, 21, Evansville, died Aug. 16 in Balad of small arms fire in Taramiyah.
Aug. 14 — Army Pfc. Shawn Hensel, 20, Logansport, killed during an enemy attack in Baghdad.
July 31 — Army Reserve Spc. Zachariah Gonzalez, 23, Indianapolis, killed by a roadside bomb in Baghdad.
June 24 — Army Spc. Carter A. Gamble Jr., 24, Seymour, died in Duraiya of wounds he suffered from enemy small arms fire.
June 18 — Army Spc. David Wilkey Jr., 22, Elkhart, killed by a roadside bomb explosion in Baghdad.
June 17 — Army Staff Sgt. Michael A. Bechert, 24, New Castle, died from wounds suffered May 30 from an explosive device in Baghdad.
June 5 — Air Force Tech. Sgt. Ryan A. Balmer, 33, Mishawaka, among two airmen killed by a bombing in Kirkuk.
May 29 — Army Spc. Clinton C. Blodgett, 19, Pekin, killed in Baghdad when the vehicle in which he was riding was struck by an improvised bomb.
May 22 — Army Sgt. Joe Montgomery, 29, Scottsburg, killed in a bomb explosion in Al Jabour near Baghdad.
May 14 — Army Pfc. Nicholas S. Hartge, 20, Rome City, killed in Baghdad when his unit came in contact with enemy forces using grenades and an improvised explosive device.
May 3 — Army Spc. Andrew R. Weiss, 28, West Lafayette, died when improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle in Baghdad.
April 27 — Army Pfc. David A. Kirkpatrick, 20, Matthews, among two soldiers killed with a bomb exploded near their vehicle during combat operations in Fallujah.
April 17 — Army Pfc. Richard P. Langenbrunner, 19, Fort Wayne, died in Rustamiyah of what the military said was a non-combat injury.
April 16 — Marine 1st Lt. Shaun M. Blue, 25, Munster, killed during combat in Anbar province.
April 12 — Army Cpl. Cody A. Putman, 22, Reynolds, fatally injured along with another soldier in Baghdad during a bomb explosion.
April 12 — Army Cpl. Jason Beadles, 22, LaPorte, died in Baghdad of what the military said was a non-combat injury.
April 8 — Army Pfc. David Neil Simmons, 20, Kokomo, one of two soldiers killed during an attack while on patrol in Baghdad.
April 1 — Indiana National Guard Staff Sgt. Bradley King, 28, LaFontaine, fatally injured by an improvised explosive device during combat operations in Al Amiriyah.
March 31 — Army 1st Lt. Neale Shank, 25, Fort Wayne, died in Baghdad from an unspecified non-combat incident.
Dec. 26 — Army Pfc. Joseph Strong, 21, Lebanon, one of two soldiers killed when their military vehicle overturned and rolled into a canal during a patrol south of Baghdad.
Nov. 22 — Marine Lance Cpl. James R. Davenport, 20, Danville, among three Marines killed in a roadside bomb explosion in Anbar province.
Nov. 2 — Marine Lance Cpl. James Brown, 20, Owensville, killed by gunshot wound to neck while patrolling in Iraq’s Al Anbar province west of Baghdad.
Oct. 30 — Army Sgt. Kraig Foyteck, 26, LaPorte, killed by small arms fire in Baghdad.
Oct. 17 — Army Pfc. Nathan J. Frigo, 23, Kokomo, among three soldiers killed when bomb detonated near their vehicle in Baqubah.
Oct. 15 — Marine Sgt. Brock Babb, 40, Evansville, among two from a Terre Haute-based reserve unit killed in bombing while riding in Humvee in Anbar province.
Oct. 3 — Army Staff Sgt. Jonathan Rojas, 27, Hammond, killed by small arms fire in Baghdad.
Oct. 1 — Marine Cpl. Aaron Seal, 23, Elkhart, killed by sniper fire in Baghdad.
Sept. 9 — Army Pfc. Anthony P. Seig, 19, Sunman, killed by enemy fire while on a military base in Baghdad.
July 17 — Army Cpl. Nathaniel Baughman, 23, Idaville, killed when rocket-propelled grenades were fired at a convoy vehicle in which he was riding in Bayji.
July 3 — Indiana National Guard Staff Sgt. Paul S. Pabla, 23, Fort Wayne, killed by sniper fire while on patrol in Mosul.
June 6 — Indiana National Guard Staff Sgt. Richard A. Blakley, 34, Avon, killed by small arms fire while patrolling near Al Khalidiyah, Iraq.
May 11 — Marine Lance Cpl. David GramesSanchez, 22, Fort Wayne, among four Marines drowned when their tank rolled into a canal near Karmah.
May 3 — Indiana National Guard Sgt. Joseph E. Proctor, 38, Indianapolis, killed during a suicide bombing in Tammin.
April 22 — Marine Cpl. Eric Lueken, 23, Dubois, killed during combat operations in Anbar province, west of Baghdad.
April 2 — Marine Staff Sgt. Eric A. McIntosh, 29, who grew up in Indianapolis, among three Marines killed during combat operations in Anbar province, west of Baghdad.
March 23 — Staff Sgt. Brock A. Beery, 30, who grew up in Warsaw, killed when the armored vehicle he was riding in was bombed near Al Habbaniyah, about 80 miles west of Baghdad, while serving with the Kentucky National Guard.
March 21 — Army Spc. Antoine J. McKinzie, 25, Indianapolis, killed by a sniper while on patrol in Baghdad.
Feb. 22 — Army Sgt. Rickey Jones, 21, Kokomo, among four soldiers killed when a bomb damaged a military vehicle near Hawijah, 150 miles north of Baghdad.
Jan. 20 — Army Spc. Matthew C. Frantz, 23, Lafayette, killed with three other soldiers when a roadside bomb exploded while on patrol near Hawijah.
Dec. 30 — Army Pvt. Jonathan R. Pfender, 22, Evansville, killed when a bomb exploded while he was on patrol in Beiji, Iraq.
Dec. 12 — Army Staff Sgt. Curtis A. Mitchell, 28, McConnelsville, died when a bomb exploded near his tank during combat operations in Baghdad.
Nov. 19 — Army Cpl. Jonathan F. Blair, 21, Fort Wayne, among five soldiers killed by a roadside bomb in the northern Iraqi city of Beiji.
Nov. 12 — Lance Cpl. Scott A. Zubowski, 20, North Manchester, was one of two Marines killed by a bomb during combat operations in Al Amiriyah, Iraq.
Oct. 25 — Army Spc. Christopher T. Monroe, 19, Kendallville, died when his 5-ton truck and a civilian vehicle collided in Basra, Iraq.
Oct. 15 — Army Spc. Jeffrey W. Corban, 30, Elkhart, among five soldiers killed when a bomb exploded near their military vehicle in the city of Ar Ramadi.
Oct. 11 — Army Staff Sgt. Matthew A. Kimmell, 30, Paxton, killed when a bomb exploded near a military vehicle in which he was riding in the city of Muqdadiyah north of Baghdad.
Aug. 18 — Army Staff Sgt. Jeremy Wade Doyle, 24, Indianapolis, among four soldiers in a military vehicle killed by a roadside bomb in Samarra.
July 25 — Army Spc. Adam J. Harting, 21, Portage, killed when an explosive detonated near his vehicle in Samarra, Iraq. June 21 — Army Spc. Nick Idalski, 23, Crown Point, killed when his unit was attacked by small arms fire near Ramadi.
April 29 — Army Pfc. Darren A. Deblanc, 20, Evansville, killed with another soldier when a bomb exploded nearby as they were on patrol in Baghdad.
April 28 — Army Pfc. Robert W. Murray Jr., 21, Westfield, among four soldiers killed when a homemade bomb exploded near their vehicle in Tal Afar, Iraq.
April 17 — Army Pfc. Steven Sirko, 20, Portage, died of non-combat related injuries in Muqdadiyah.
March 15 — Sgt. Paul M. Heltzel, 39, who grew up in South Bend and Franklin, killed by a car bomb in Baghdad while serving with a Louisiana National Guard unit.
Jan. 21 — Army Sgt. Kyle William Childress, 29, Terre Haute, died in Balad from wounds he received when his unit was attacked with small arms fire in Ad Duluiyah, Iraq.
Jan. 4 — Army Pvt. Cory R. Depew, 21, Indianapolis, died in Mosul when a rocket-propelled grenade struck the military vehicle in which he was riding.
Dec. 23 — Marine Lance Cpl. Eric Hillenburg, 21, Avon, killed by enemy fire in Al Anbar Province in Iraq.
Dec. 5 — Army Staff Sgt. Marvin Lee Trost III, 28, Goshen, killed when an explosive detonated near his vehicle in Habbaniyah, Iraq.
Dec. 1 — Marine Cpl. Bryan Wilson, 22, Independence, fatally injured when a Humvee overturned.
Nov. 15 — Marine Lance Cpl. James Swain, 20, Kokomo, killed during fighting in Fallujah. Nov. 15 — Marine Lance Cpl. Lance Thompson, 21, Marion, killed during fighting at Ramadi.
Nov. 12 — Army Spc. Raymond L. White, 22, Elwood, died from small arms fire during patrol in Baghdad.
Nov. 9 — Army Command Sgt. Maj. Steven W. Faulkenburg, 45, Huntingburg, died from small arms fire during combat operations in Fallujah.
Oct. 28 — Army Pfc. Stephen P. Downing II, 30, Waverly, died from small arms fire during combat operations in Ramadi.
Sept. 21 — Army Pfc. Nathan E. Stahl, 20, Highland, killed in central Iraq when his vehicle was struck with a bomb.
Sept. 8 — Army Sgt. James D. Faulkner, 23, Clarksville, killed when the military vehicle he was riding in hit a bomb in Baghdad.
Aug. 27 — Army Reserve Pfc. Luis A. Perez, 19, East Chicago, killed when his convoy vehicle was involved in a motor vehicle accident in Fallujah.
Aug. 16 — Army Sgt. David M. Heath, 30, LaPorte, killed in hostile fire in the Sadr City district of Baghdad.
July 8 — Army Sgt. Robert Colvill, 31, Anderson, killed with four other soldiers during attack on the Iraqi National Guard headquarters in Baghdad.
May 29 — Army Spc. Michael J. Wiesemann, 20, North Judson, died at Quyarrah Air Base, Iraq, of non-combat-related injuries.
April 5 — Marine Pfc. Deryk L. Hallal, 24, Indianapolis, died from hostile fire in Iraq’s al-Anbar province.
April 4 — Army Pfc. John Amos II, 22, Valparaiso, killed in an attack with an explosive near Kirkuk, Iraq.
March 21 — Army Pfc. Christopher Hudson, 21, Carmel, killed when bomb exploded near U.S. patrol in Baghdad.
Jan. 23 — Army Chief Warrant Officer Brian D. Hazelgrove, 29, Edinburgh, killed in a helicopter crash near Mosul.
Jan. 5 — Army Spc. Luke Frist, 20, rural Brookston, died in a San Antonio hospital of severe burns three days after the truck in which he was riding struck a land mine in Iraq.
Dec. 12 — Army Sgt. Jarrod Black, 26, Peru, killed when bomb exploded alongside a U.S. military convoy in Ramadi, about 60 miles west of Baghdad.
Nov. 23 — Indiana National Guard Cpl. Darrell Smith, 28, Otwell, died when a Humvee overturned into a canal south of Baghdad.
Nov. 2 — Army Spc. Brian Penisten, 28, Fort Wayne, among 16 soldiers killed in missile attack on a helicopter near Fallujah.
Sept. 20 — Army Staff Sgt. Frederick L. Miller Jr., 27, Hagerstown, died in a bomb explosion outside Ramadi, about 60 miles west of Baghdad.
Aug. 25 — Army Spc. Ronald D. Allen, Jr., 22, Mitchell, died after he was struck by another vehicle while changing a flat tire in a convoy traveling between Tikrit and Balad.
July 8 — Indiana National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Craig A. Boling, 38, Elkhart, died after he collapsed while eating with his unit in Iraq.
July 8 — Army Pvt. Robert McKinley, 23, Kokomo, died at a hospital in Germany after suffering heat stroke while in Mosul, Iraq, in mid-June.
July 7 — Army Spc. Chad L. Keith, 21, Batesville, died when a roadside bomb exploded while he was traveling in a convoy on patrol in Baghdad.
June 16 — Army Pvt. Shawn Pahnke, 25, Shelbyville, was shot and killed by a sniper while on patrol in Baghdad.
June 7 — Army Pvt. Jesse M. Halling, 19, Indianapolis, was killed in an attack on a military police station in Tikrit, Iraq.
May 10 — Marine Lance Cpl. Matthew R. Smith, 20, Anderson, died when the Humvee he was driving crashed while in a convoy in Kuwait.
April 22 — Army Spc. Roy Buckley, 24, Portage, died in a truck accident in Baghdad.
April 4 — Marine Sgt. Duane Rios, 25, Griffith, was shot in a firefight on the eastern edge of Baghdad.
March 31 — Army National Guard Spc. William A. Jeffries, 39, Evansville, died at a hospital in Spain after suffering a blood clot in his lung and acute pancreatitis in Kuwait.
March 24 — Army Spc. Gregory P. Sanders, 19, Hobart, was shot and killed by a sniper about 70 miles south of Baghdad.
March 23 — Lance Cpl. David Fribley, 26, Warsaw, was among nine Marines killed in ambush near An Nasiriyah, about 230 miles southwest of Baghdad.
Feb. 6 — Army National Guard Spc. Brian Michael Clemens, 19, Kokomo, died when a Humvee overturned near Camp Arifjan, Kuwait.
Since February 2003, 94 Indiana military personnel have died after being sent to the Mideast for the war in Iraq. They are:
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