American soldiers who were killed in Iraq in  2004

At least 1,500 American and 65 British soldiers, six Bulgarians, one Dane, two Dutch, one Estonian, one Hungarian, 19 Italians, one Latvian, 10 Poles, one Salvadoran, three Slovaks, 11 Spaniards, two Thai and eight Ukrainians, have died in Iraq, since the beginning of the conflict. [Updated January 21, 2005]

[marked with + if someone has committed to make a quilt square for them]

Soldiers killed in 2003 . . . 2005 . . . 2006.

Iraqi Civilians


Foreign Relief Workers

Iraqi Policemen

Iraqis working for the U.S.

Pentagon Employees









Pfc. Steven Acosta, 19
Calexico, CA Died from a non-hostile gun wound in Baqubah. He was assigned to C Company, 3rd Battalion, 67th Armored Regiment, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Hood, Texas. He was a supply clerk and played the drums. His brother also served in the Iraq war.
  Sgt. Brandon E. Adams, 22. Hollidaysburg, PA Sept.19
  Spc. Clarence Adams III, 28. Richmond, VA Sept. 7
First Lieuteant Michael R. Adams, 24 Seattle, Washington Killed when a vehicle ran into his tank on March 16. He led 15 soldiers in his platoon. He was an eagle scout and went to West Point Academy. more
 Pfc. Michael S. Adams, 20 Spartanburg, SC Died on August 21 of injuries sustained in a fire during a small-arms fire exercise. The fire began when a bullet ricocheted and ignited a fire in a building in Baghdad. His older brother Matt is also in the army.
Sgt. Shawna M. Morrison, 26 Champaign, Illinois killed in a mortar attack on a U.S. army compound on the outskirts of Baghdad on September 5.

Of course, our list is not complete. It is a work in progress. We are making an effort to tell something of the individual stories of the lost troops, and to remind readers that many of those on the front lines were never even made US citizens until they became casualties.

See the U.S. Department of Defense's list.

See CNN's list.

Who is wounded? (civilians and soldiers alike)

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