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Military Monday.

November 1, 2010
Carved out jack-o-lantern with an American flag design from Help A Military Wife

Military Monday. I hope you all had a safe and happy Halloween yesterday. But please take a moment today to remember our fallen soldiers.

Kenneth J. Iwasinski, 22, Army Private 1st Class, Oct 14, 2007 West Springfield, Massachusetts
Jason B. Koutroubas, 21, Army Specialist, Oct 14, 2007 Dunnellon, Florida
Thomas M. Martin, 27, Army 1st Lieutenant, Oct 14, 2007 Ward, Arkansas
Justin S. Monschke, 28, Army Sergeant 1st Class, Oct 14, 2007 Krum, Texas
Micheal D. Brown, 20, Army Specialist, Oct 16, 2007 Williamsburg, Kansas
Vincent A. Madero, 22, Army Specialist, Oct 17, 2007 Port Hueneme, California
Jarred S. Fontenot, 35, Army Staff Sergeant, Oct 18, 2007 Fontenot, Louisiana
Wayne M. Geiger, 23, Army Specialist, Oct 18, 2007 Lone Pine, California
Erik T. Garoutte, 22, Marine Corporal, Oct 19, 2007 Santee, California
Anamarie Sannicolas Camacho, 20, Navy Seaman, Oct 22, 2007 Panama City, Florida
Genesia Mattril Gresham, 19, Navy Seaman, Oct 22, 2007 Lithonia, Georgia
Adam J. Chitjian, 39, Army Private 1st Class, Oct 24, 2007 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Robin L. Towns Sr., 52, Army National Guard Staff Sergeant, Oct 24, 2007 Upper Marlboro, Maryland
David E. Lambert, 39, Army Specialist, Oct 26, 2007 Cedar Bluff, Virginia
Cody M. Carver, 19, Army Private, Oct 30, 2007 of Haskell, Oklahoma
Rush “Mickey” Marshall Jenkins, 22, Army Private 1st Class, Oct 30, 2007 Clarksville, Tennessee
Daniel L. McCall, 24, Army Sergeant, Oct 30, 2007 Pace, Florida
Louis A. Griese, 30, Army Sergeant, Oct 31, 2007 Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Timothy I. McGovern, 28, Army Captain, Oct 31, 2007 Not reported yet, Indiana
Brandon W. Smitherman, 21, Army Specialist, Oct 31, 2007 Conroe, Texas
Thomas A. Crowell, 36, Air Force Master Sergent, Nov 01, 2007 Neosho, Missouri
Nathan J. Schuldheiss, 27, Air Force Civilian, Nov 01, 2007 Newport, Rhode Island
David A. Wieger, 28, Air Force Staff Sergeant, Nov 01, 2007 North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Tracy Lynn Alger, 30, Army 2nd Lieutenant, Nov 01, 2007 New Auburn, Wisconsin
Dwane A. Covert Jr., 20, Army Private 1st Class, Nov 03, 2007 Tonawanda, New York
Carletta S. Davis, 34, Army Staff Sergeant, Nov 05, 2007 Anchorage, Alaska
John D. Linde, 30, Army Staff Sergeant, Nov 05, 2007 New York, New York
Adam J. Muller, 21, Army Private 1st Class, Nov 05, 2007 Underhill, Vermont
Daniel J. Shaw, 23, Army Sergeant, Nov 05, 2007 West Seneca, New York
Derek T. Stenroos, 24, Army Sergeant, Nov 05, 2007 North Pole, Alaska
Kevin R. Bewley, 27, Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class, Nov 05, 2007 Hector, Arkansas
Christine M. Ndururi, 21, Army Specialist, Nov 06, 2007 Dracut, Massachusetts
Benjamin D. Tiffner, 31, Army Captain, Nov 07, 2007 Not reported yet, West Virginia
Lui Tumanuvao, 29, Army Sergeant, Nov 07, 2007 Fagaalu, American Samoa
Jermaine D. Franklin, 22, Army Specialist, Nov 09, 2007 Arlington, Texas
Ashley Sietsema, 20, Army Specialist, Nov 12, 2007 Melrose Park, Illinois
Joseph M. Vanek, 22, Army Sergeant, Nov 12, 2007 Elmhurst, Illinois
Christopher R. Kruse, 23, Army Sergeant, Nov 13, 2007 Emporia, Kansas
Casey P. Mason, 22, Army Private 1st Class, Nov 13, 2007 Lake, Michigan
Peter W. Schmidt, 30, Army Specialist, Nov 13, 2007 Eureka, California
Kenneth R. Booker, 25, Army Sergeant, Nov 14, 2007 Vevay, Indiana
Peter H. Burks, 26, Army 2nd Lieutenant, Nov 14, 2007 Dallas, Texas
Derek R. Banks, 24, Army National Guard Specialist, Nov 14, 2007 Newport News, Virginia
Steven C. Ganczewski, 22, Army Sergeant, Nov 16, 2007 Niagara Falls, New York
Mason L. Lewis, 26, Army Sergeant, Nov 16, 2007 Gloucester, Virginia
Marius L. Ferrero, 23, Army Private 1st Class, Nov 18, 2007 Miami, Florida
Jason T. Lee, 26, Army Corporal, Nov 18, 2007 Fruitport, Michigan
Christopher J. Nelson, 22, Army Corporal, Nov 18, 2007 Rochester, Washington
Alejandro Ayala, 26, Air Force Staff Sergeant, Nov 19, 2007 Riverside, California
Alfred G. Paredez Jr., 32, Army Sergeant, Nov 20, 2007 Las Vegas, Nevada

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