THOSE WHO GAVE
THEIR LIVES
Killed in Action  and
Non-Battle Deaths
 
Maine
  1. Marine CWO Bernard S. Winkley, 27 of Windsor.

  2. Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Maryland
  3. Army Specialist Charles L. Bowman, Jr., 20 of Manchester.

  4. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  5. Army Staff Sergeant Garland V. Hailey, 37 of Baltimore.

  6. Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  7. Marine Lance Corporal James M. Lang, 20 of Pomfret.

  8. Is remembered at: Row 5 block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  9. Army Sergeant Ronald M. Randazzo, 24 of Glen Burnie.

  10. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  11. Army Private First Class Timothy A. Shaw.

  12. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Massachusetts
     
  13. Marine Corporal Allen M. Auger, 22 of West Boylston.

  14. Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  15. Sgt. Paul L. Burt from Hingham, Mass.

  16. He was stationed at Ft. Bragg with C. Co. 37th Engineer Battalion.
    He died March 8th in Saudi Arabia from a heart attack.
    He was 24 yrs. old. He was survived by his wife of 7 months and 1 day.
    Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  17. Army 1st Lieutenant Thomas J. Haggerty, 26 of West Harwich.

  18. Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  19. Army Sergeant Russell G. Smith, Jr., 44 of Fall River.

  20. 17-year Veteran of the Army.
    Killed by a land mine on the last day of the war in an Iraqi bunker.
    Father of four daughters.
    Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Michigan
     
  21. Army Corporal Stanley W. Bartusiak, 34 of Romulus.

  22. Killed on February 25 in SCUD missile attack.
    Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  23. Marine Corporal Kurt A. Benz, 22 of Garden City.

  24. Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  25. Army Sergeant Roger Brilinski, 24 of Ossineke.

  26. Killed on February 27th in rescue attempt of downed Air Force pilot.
    Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  27. Army Staff Sergeant Steven Hansen, 28 of Ludington.

  28. Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  29. Army Specialist Timothy Hill, 23 of Detroit.

  30. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  31. Army Private First Class Aaron W. Howard, 20 of Battle Creek.

  32. Killed when clearing land mines in Iraq.
    Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  33. Army Sergeant Kelly L. Matthews, 28 of Buckley.

  34. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  35. Army Specialist William E. Palmer, 23 of Hillsdale.

  36. Killed on February 23 near Iraq/Kuwait border.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  37. Army Specialist Kelly D. Phillips, 22 of Madison Hts.

  38. Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  39. Marine Staff Sergeant David A. Shaw, 33 of Harrisville.

  40. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  41. Marine Lance Corporal Thomas R. Tormanen, 22 of Milford.

  42. Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Minnesota
     
  43. Marine Lance Corporal Stephen E. Bentzlin, 23 of Yellow Meadow.

  44. Killed on January 30th, in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  45. Marine Corporal Daniel D. Joel, 23 of Delevan.

  46. Is remembered at: Row 14 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  47. Army Specialist Glen D. Jones, 21 of Grand Rapids.

  48. Killed on February 25 by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Is remembered at: Row 14 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  49. Army Private First Class Scott A. Rush, 19 of Blaine.

  50. Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  51. Army Sergeant Lawerence N. Welch, 41 of Chisholm.

  52. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Mississippi
     
  53. Army Staff Sergeant Mike A. Garrett, 32 of West Point.

  54. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Missouri
     
  55. Marine Corporal Scott F. Bianco, 21 of St. Louis.

  56. Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  57. Army Private First Class Gerald A. Cohen, 30 of St. Louis.

  58. Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  59. Navy Lt. William T. Costen, 27 of St. Louis.

  60. Listed as MIA on Jan. 18th, Changed to KIA on March 22nd.
    Shot down in an A-6 Intruder.
    Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  61. Army Specialist Steven P. Farnen, 22 of Salisbury.

  62. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Had a brother serving in the Gulf with him.
    Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  63. Army Specialist David L. Heyman, 28 of Hazelwood.

  64. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  65. Army CWO Richard R. Lee, 36 of Independence.

  66. Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 2 on: The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  67. Army Specialist Phillip D. Mobley, 26 of Blue Springs.

  68. Killed when he stepped on a land mine.
    Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  69. Army Specialist Steven R. Trautman, 21 of Houstonia.

  70. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    New Hampshire
     
  71. Army Specialist Wade E. Hector, 22 of Newport.

  72. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  73. Army Warrant Officer David Plasch, 23 of Portsmouth.

  74. Killed in a rescue mission when his helicopter was shot down.
    Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  75. Army Private First Class Todd C. Ritch, 20 of Charleston.

  76. Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    New Jersey
     
  77. Marine Sergeant Garett A. Mongrella, 25 of Belvidere.

  78. Killed on January 30, 1991 in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    Survived by his wife and son.
    Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  79. Army Major Marie T. Rossi, 32 of Oradell.

  80. Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  81. Army Sergeant Leonard A. Russ, 26 of Pleasntville.

  82. Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  83. Army Private Robert D. Talley, 18 of Newark.

  84. Killed on February 17th, when his Bradley fighting vehicle came under friendly fire from allied aircraft. Later discovered his unit was attacked by U.S. Apache Helicopters of The 11th Aviation Brigade
    Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    New Mexico
  85. Adrian J Hart was killed in non-combat accident on Tapline road while driving a 20-ton Mercedes dump truck and was crushed under a 920 transport after a passing transport hit his truck while he was making a left turn.
  86. New York
     
  87. Army Master Sergeant Otto F. Clark, 35 of Corith.

  88. Killed on February 25th in helicopter crash.
    Survived by his wife and three children.
    Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  89. Marine Corporal Ismael Cotto, 27 of the Bronx, New York City.

  90. Killed on January 30, 1991 in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    Survived by his wife and daughter.
    Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  91. Army Capt. Mario Fajardo, 29 of Flushing.

  92. Graduate of the Citadel killed leading his 100 man Unit through a mine field.
    Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  93. Army WO Kerry P. Hein, 28 of Sound Beach.

  94. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  95. Army Specialist Luis A. Henry-Garay, 28 of Brooklyn.

  96. Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  97. Marine Major Eugene McCarthy, 35 of Brooklyn.

  98. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  99. Army Sergeant Joe Murphy, 27 of Ridgewoog.

  100. Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  101. Army Staff Sergeant Patbouvier Ortiz, 27 of Queens, New York City.

  102. Killed in a helicopter crash while rescuing a downed pilot.
    Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  103. Marine Captain Manuel Rivera, Jr., 31 of Bronx.

  104. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  105. Army 2nd Lieutenant Kathleen M. Sherry , 23 of Tonawanda.

  106. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  107. Marine Lance Corporal David T. Snyder, 21 of Kenmore.

  108. Killed on January 30, 1991 in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  109. Army Specialist Thomas G. Stone, 20 of Falconer.

  110. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Leaves a wife and a 17-month-old daughter.
    Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  111. Army Specialist Peter L. Swano, Jr., 20 of Salem.

  112. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  113. Army Lieutenant Colonel Carlos A. Viquez, Dr., 47 of Bronx.

  114. Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  115. Army Specialist Thomas E. Walrath, 25 of Santiaria Springs.

  116. Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  117. Army Staff Sergeant Harold P. Witzke, II., 28 of Caroga Lake.

  118. Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    North Carolina
     
  119. Army Sergeant Michael A. Harris, Jr. 26 of Pollocksville.

  120. Killed clearing a mine field.
    Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  121. Army Private First Class Kenneth J. Jackson, 22 of Concord.

  122. Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  123. Army Private First Class Jerry L. King, 20 of Winston-Salem.

  124. Died clearing a minefield on February 28.
    Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  125. Marine Corporal Victor T. Lake, Jr., 22 of Jacksonville.

  126. Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  127. Army Specialist Bobby L. McKnight, 52 of Dallas.

  128. Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  129. Air Force 1st Lt. Patrick B. Olson, 25 of Washington.

  130. Graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy.
    Shot down on a recon mission over Kuwait.
    Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  131. Army Specialist Kenneth J. Perry, 23 of Lake Waccamaw.

  132. Killed by a land mine.
    Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  133. Army Specialist Bobby M. Ware, 21 of New Bern.

  134. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 4 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    North Dakota
  135. Air Force Captain Jeffery J. Olson, 27 of Grand Forks.

  136. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Ohio
     
  137. Army Sergeant Tony R. Applegate, 28 of Portsmouth.

  138. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  139. Army Specialist Clarence A. "Johnny" Cash, 20 of Ashland. died from friendly fire in the Iraqi VII Corps bunker complex in southern Iraq on the afternoon of 27 FEB 91, when the lead tank shot him and his Scout Platoon Sergeant's M3 Bradley Cavalry Fighting Vehicle.

  140. Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  141. Marine Captain Jonathan R. Edwards, 34 of Terrace Park.

  142. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  143. Army Sergeant Mark J. Gologram, 23 of Alliance.

  144. Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  145. Army Staff Sergeant Johnathan Kamm, 25 of Mason.

  146. Killed on the last day of combat when his helicopter was downed.
    Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  147. Army Specialist Anthony W. Kidd, 21 of Lima.

  148. Killed two days after the cease fire by a land mine.
    Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 4 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  149. Marine Lance Corporal James H. Lumpkins, 22 of New Richmond.

  150. Killed on January 30, 1991 in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  151. Army Chief Warrant Officer Hal H. Reichle, 27 of Cleveland.

  152. Killed on February 21st, when his OH-58 helicopter was shot down during a combat mission.
    Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Oklahoma
     
  153. Army Warrant Officer George Swartzendruber, 25 of Adair.

  154. Died when his helicopter was shot down.
    Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Oregon
     
  155. Army Private First Class Michael C. Dailey, 19 of Klamath Falls.

  156. Killed from wounds received from mine.
    He is Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  157. Marine Lance Corporal Michael E. Linderman, Jr., 19 of Douglas.

  158. Killed on January 30, 1991 in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    He is Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  159. Army 1st Lieutenant Joesph D. Maks, 38 of Roseburg.

  160. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  161. Army Specialist Troy Wedgwood, 22 of The Dalles.

  162. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Pennsylvania
     
  163. Army Specialist Steven Atherton, 25 of Nurmine.

  164. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Survived by his wife and one son.
    Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  165. Army Specialist John Boliver, 27 of Monongahela.

  166. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Survived by his wife and two children.
    Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  167. Army Specialist Joseph P. Bongiorni III, 20 of Hickory.

  168. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  169. Army Sergeant John Boxler, 44 of Johnstown.

  170. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    A Veteran of Vietnam, he is survived by his wife and two children.
    Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  171. Army Specialist William C. Brace, 24 of Fountain Hill.

  172. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  173. Army Specialist Beverly Clark, 23 of Armagh.

  174. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  175. Army Major Mark Connelly, Dr., 24 of Lancaster.

  176. Killed trying to reach surrendering Iraqis when he stepped on a land mine.
    A doctor, he is survived by his wife and two children.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  177. Marine Corporal Micheal D. Cooke, 22 of Willow Grove.

  178. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  179. Army Sergeant Alan B. Craver, 32 of Penn Hills.

  180. Killed on February 25th in SCUD missile attack.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  181. Army Major John H. Gillespie, Dr., 34 of Philadelphia.

  182. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  183. Army Specialist Duane W. Hollen, Jr. 24 of Bellwood.

  184. Killed on February 25th in SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  185. Army Specialist Frank S. Keough, 22 of North Huntington.

  186. Killed on February 25th in SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  187. Army Specialist Anthony Madison, 27 of Monessen.

  188. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Leaves a wife and two children.
    Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  189. Army Specialist Christine Mayes, 22 of Rochester Mills.

  190. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Was engaged just before leaving for the Gulf. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  191. Army Specialist Stephen J. Siko, 24 of Latrobe.

  192. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Father of a five-year old son.
    Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  193. Army Sergeant Micheal S. Smith, 25 of Erie.

  194. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  195. Marine Lance Corporal James E. Waldron, 25 of Jennett.

  196. Killed in the battle for Kuwait International Airport.
    Survived by his wife and a son.
    Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  197. Army Specialist Frank J. Walls, 20 of Hawthorne.

  198. Killed on February 25th in SCUD missile attack.
    Engineering student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  199. Army Specialist Richard V. Wolverton, 24 of Latrobe.

  200. Killed on February 25th, by SCUD missile attack on U.S. barracks.
    Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Puerto Rico
     
  201. Army Sergeant Mario Vega Velazquez, 35 of Ponce.

  202. Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Tennessee
  203. Army Corporal Douglas L. Fielder, 22 of Nashville.

  204. Died in small arms battle with Iraqi troops, according to press reports.
    But I got this from a net surfer/Vet.: "Thought you should know that Corporal Douglas Fielder (of Tennessee) was not killed by Iraqi small arms fire. He was killed by troopers of the Armored Cav Regiment (the one from Texas, can't remember if 2nd or 3rd), who had wandered out of their sector, came across Fielder and 3 other soldiers with a broke down vehicle, and opened fire on them with machine guns. The subsequent streak of disinformation was not officially rectified, even to Fielder's parents (who already knew unofficially), until August 91."
    Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  205. Army 1st Lieutenant Daniel E. Graybeal, 25 of Johnson City.

  206. Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  207. Army Specialist John B. Stephens, 26 of Morristown.

  208. Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  209. Army Specialist James D. Tatum, 22 of Athens.

  210. Killed on February 25th in SCUD missile attack.
    Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  211. Army Pvt. Roger E. Valentine, 19 of Memphis.

  212. Killed two days after the cease-fire.
    Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Texas
  213. Army Specialist Andy Alaniz, 20 of Corpus Christi.

  214. Killed when his tank was hit by a mine.
    Survived by his wife who expecting their first child.
    Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  215. Air Force Captain Douglas L. Brant, 29 of Houston.

  216. Killed on February 14th, when his EF-111 Raven crashed after a mission.
    Survived by his wife.
    Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  217. Army Specialist Tommy D. Butler, 22 of Amarillo.

  218. Is remembered at: Row 10 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  219. Army Specialist Melford Collins, 34 of Uhland.

  220. Killed by a land mine on the first day of the war.
    Survived by his wife and daughter.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  221. Army Specialist Luis Delgado, 30 of Laredo.

  222. Killed clearing unexploded ordinance.
    Father of two children.
    Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  223. Army CWO Patrick A. Donaldson, 30 of Corrigan.

  224. Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  225. John C. Fowler, 26 of Beaumont.

  226. Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  227. Marine Lance Corporal Arthur O. Garza, 20 of Kingsville.

  228. Is remembered at: Row 1 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  229. Marine Corporal Albert F. Haddad, Jr., 22 of Denton.

  230. Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  231. Marine Sergeant James D. Hawthorne, 24 of Stinnett.

  232. Killed clearing Iraqi equipment.
    Survived by his wife and daughter.
    Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  233. Marine Captain David R. Herr, Jr., 28 of Ft. Worth.

  234. Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  235. Marine Sergeant Candelario Montalvo, 25 of Eagle Pass.

  236. Killed clearing a land mine on March 1st.
    Survived by his wife and a daughter he had never seen.
    Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  237. Army Specialist James C. Murray, Jr., 20 of Conroe.

  238. Killed when his Bradley was hit by Iraqi fire.
    Survived by his wife and daughter he had never seen.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  239. Army Staff Sergeant Christopher H. Stephens, 27 of Houston.

  240. Killed on March 1st.
    Survived by his wife and four children.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  241. Marine Lance Corporal Daniel B. Walker, 20 of Whitehouse.

  242. Killed on January 30, 1991 in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  243. Army Private First Class Corey L. Winkle, 21 of Lubbock.

  244. Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  245. Army Staff Sergeant Harold P. Witzke III, 28 of Copperas Cove.

  246. Died on February 26 while storming an Iraqi bunker.
    Survived by his wife and two children.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Utah
  247. Army Sergeant Jeffery A. Rollins, 23 of Bountiful.

  248. Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  249. Marine Lance Corporal Dion J. Stephenson, 22 of Bountiful.

  250. Killed on January 30, 1991 in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    Survived by his brother and fellow Marine Shaun, who was also served in the Gulf.
    Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Virginia
  251. Army Sergeant Jason C. Carr, 24 of Halifax.

  252. Killed when his helicopter was downed.
    Is remembered at: Row 11 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  253. Army Private First Class Pamela Y. Gay, 19 of Surrey.

  254. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  255. Army Sergeant Kenneth B. Gentry, 32 of Ringgold.

  256. Killed when his Bradley hit a land mine.
    Survived by his wife and two children.
    Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  257. Marine Lance Corporal Troy Lorrenzo Gregory, 21 of Richmond.

  258. Killed on February 25th, from wounds caused by a land mine.
    Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  259. Army Staff Sergeant Donald Morgan, 30 of Frost.

  260. Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  261. Army Lt. Terry L. Plunk, 25 of Vinton.

  262. Killed on February 25th, while clearing mines in Kuwait.
    Graduate of the Virginia Military Institute.
    Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  263. Marine Lance Corporal Kip A. Poremba, 21 of Springfield.

  264. Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  265. Army 1st Lt. Donaldson Tillar III, 25 of Crozet.

  266. Died when his helicopter was shot down.
    Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  267. Army Corporal Jonathan M. Williams, 23 of Portsmouth.

  268. Killed on February 25th in SCUD missile attack.
    Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  269. Army Major Thomas C.M. Zeugner, 36 of Petersburg.

  270. Killed trying to deactivate Iraqi land mines.
    Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Washington
  271. Army Sergeant Lee Belas, 22 of Port Orchard.

  272. Killed in a helicopter crash in Iraq.
    Is remembered at: Row 5 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  273. Army Private First Class Ardon B. Cooper, 23 of Seattle.

  274. Killed on February 20th, when his vehicle was hit by Iraqi fire.
    Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  275. Army Sergeant David Q. Douthit, 24 of Tacoma.

  276. Is remembered at: Row 9 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  277. Army Warrant Officer John K. Morgan, 28 of Bellevue.

  278. Killed when his Blackhawk was shot down over Iraq.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    West Virginia
  279. Army Captain Joseph G. Kime, III, 20 of Morgantown.

  280. Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  281. Army Private First Class Rueben G. Kirk, III, 19 of Dunlow.

  282. Is remembered at: Row 3 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Wisconsin
  283. Army Pvt. Michael L. Fitz, 18 of Horicon.

  284. Killed on the last day of fighting.
    Is remembered at: Row 12 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  285. Army Sergeant Cheryl LaBeau-O'Brien, 24 of Racine.

  286. Survived by her husband who also served in the Gulf.
    Is remembered at: Row 2 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  287. Marine Private First Class Scott A. Schroeder, 20 of Wauwatosa.

  288. Killed on January 30, 1991 in fighting around the Saudi border town of Khafji.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  289. Army Sergeant Brian P. Scott, 22 of Park Falls.

  290. Survived by his wife and a son he had never seen.
    Is remembered at: Row 13 Block 3 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  291. Army Sergeant William A Strehlow, 27 of Kenosha.

  292. Died deactivating an enemy bomb.
    Survived by his wife and three children.
    Is remembered at: Row 6 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  293. Army Private First Class Patrick A. Wanke, 20 of Watertown.

  294. Is remembered at: Row 14 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Wyoming
  295. * Army Specialist Manuel Davila, 22 of Gillette.

  296. Killed when his Bradley was hit by enemy fire.
    Survived by his wife and daughter.
    Is remembered at: Row 7 Block 2 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
    Unknown Hometown
  297. Army Corporal Rolando A. Delagneau, 30.

  298. Is remembered at: Row 8 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial
  299. David Spellacy, 28.

  300. Is remembered at: Row 4 Block 1 on The Gulf War Veterans Memorial


 
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