"Some Gave All"
New Hampshire Warriors KIA
New Hampshire Warriors KIA
"Live Free or Die"
Updated: Sunday, July 13, 2014

Updated: Sunday, July 13, 2014

 

  1. Spc. William J. Tracy 23, United States Army of Webster, died Feb. 24, 2003,when the helicopter he was aboard crashed in night training during a sandstorm in the Kuwaiti desert.
  2. Sgt.Robert Rooney 43, United States Army, Massachusetts National Guard of Nashua, New Hampshire was killed in in a forklift accident in Kuwait in September 2003.
  3. Sgt. Randy Rosenberg 23, United States  Army of Berlin, New Hampshire was killed by a suicide bomber in Iraq in January 2004.
  4. Spc. Jeremiah Holmes 27, United States Army National Guard, he spent his childhood in New Hampshire but lived in North Berwick, Maine. He was driving a truck west of Baghdad when he was killed by a roadside bomb in March 2004.
  5. M/Sgt. Richard Ferguson 45, United States Army Special Forces was killed in Iraq when his vehicle rolled over in April 2004.
  6. Spc. Jeremy Regnier 22, United States Army of Littleton, New Hampshire was killed when his armored vehicle drove over a bomb during a patrol in Iraq in October 2004.
  7. Spc. Alan Burgess 24, United States Army National Guard of Landaff, New Hampshire was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq in October 2004.
  8. L/Cpl. Adam Brooks 20, United States Marine Corps of Merrimack, New Hampshire was killed while patrolling Baghdad after a bomb exploded near his Humvee in November 2004.
  9. L/Cpl. Dimitrios Gavriel 29, United States Marine Corps of Plaistow,New Hampshire was killed during operations near Fallujah, Iraq on November 19, 2004.
  10. Cpl. Timothy Gibson 23, United States Marine Corps of Merrimack, New Hampshire was on a transport helicopter when it crashed in western Iraq , killing 30 Marines and one Navy Corpsman in January 2005.
  11. Sgt. Angelo Lozada Jr. 36, United States Army of Nashua, New Hampshire died in a mortar and rocket attack in Iraq in April 2005.
  12. SCPO Daniel R. Healy 36, United States Navy Seal of Exeter, New Hampshire was among 16 killed when their MH-47 helicopter which was on a rescue mission and was shot down in Kunar Province, Afghanistan in June 2005.
  13. Pfc. Matthew Bertolino 20, United States Marine Corps of Hamstead, New Hampshire died when his vehicle overturned while on patrol in Afghanistan in February 2006.
  14. Pvt. George Roehl 21, United States Army of Manchester, New Hampshire died when a roadside bomb exploded near his Bradley Fighting Vehicle when his unit was attacked in Iraq in April 2006.
  15. L/Cpl. Robert Moscillo 21, United States Marine Corps of Salem, New Hampshire died when his Humvee hit a landmine in Iraq in May 2006.
  16. Pfc. Nicholas Cournoyer 25, United States Army National Guard of Gilmanton, New Hampshire was killed  by a roadside bomb in Iraqin in May 2006.
  17. Capt. Douglas DiCenzo 30, United States Army of Plymouth, New Hampshire was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq in May 2006.
  18. Sgt. Russell Durgin 23, United States Army of Henniker, New Hampshire was killed by small armsfire in Afghanistan in June 2006.
  19. Sgt. Daniel Gionet 23, United States Army Medic of Pelham, New Hampshire was killed by an explosion that hit his tank in Iraq in June 2006.
  20. Spc. Matthew Schneider 23, United States Army of Gorham, New Hampshire died of a heart attack in Iraq in August 2006.
  21. Cpl. Nicholas Arvanitis 22, United States Army of Salem, New Hampshire died after being shot in Iraq in October 2006.
  22. L/Cpl. Ryan McCaughn 19, United States Marine Corps of Manchester, New Hampshire was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq in November 2006.
  23. Spc. Matthew J. Stanley 22, United States Army of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire was killed by an explosion in Iraq in December 2006.
  24. Spc. Toby Olsen 28, United States Army of Manchester, New Hampshire was killed after a bomb went off near a Humvee in Iraq in January 2007.
  25. Spc. Justin Rollins 22, United States Army of Newport, New Hampshire was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq in March 2007.
  26. Capt. Jonathan Grassbaugh 25, United States Army Ranger of Hamstead, New Hampshire was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq in April 2007.
  27. Sgt. Zachary D. Tellier 31, United States Army of Charlotte, NC a 1994 Manchester, New Hampshire West High graduate, died from wounds received while on ground patrol in Afghanistan in September 2007.
  28. Pfc. Justin McDaniel 19, United States Army of Andover, died of non-combat related injuries in Iraq in December 2007.
  29. CPO Nathan Hardy 29, United States Navy Seal who grew up in Durham was killed in Iraq in February 2008.
  30. Sgt. David Stelmat 27, United States Army Medic of Littleton, New Hampshire was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq in March 2008.
  31. Cpl. Scott G. Dimond United States Army National Guard of Franklin, New Hampshire died after his vehicle struck a roadside bomb in Afghanistan in October 2008.
  32. Maj. Brian M. Mescall 33, United States Army an Exeter, New Hampshire High School graduate, died after a roadside bomb exploded near his vehicle in Afghanistan in January 2009.
  33. Cpl. Michael W. Ouellette 28, United States Marine Corps of Manchester, New Hampshire died while supporting combat operations in Afghanistan in March 2009.
  34. Spc. Adam M. Kullgowski 21, United States Army of Derry, New Hampshire died after being injured in a non-combat incident in Afghanistan in April 2009.
  35. S/Sgt. Edmond L. Lo 23, United States Army of Salem, New Hampshire was killed when a roadside bomb he was attempting to neutralize detonated in June 2009.
  36. Sgt. Michael C. Roy 25, United States Marine Corps formerly of Candia, New Hampshire living in North Fort Myers, Florida died while supporting combat operations in Nimroz Province, Afghanistan on June 8, 2009.
  37. SPC. Justin Pellerin 21, United States Army of Boscawen, New Hampshire was killed in Wardak Province, Afghanistan when the Hummer he was driving hit a IED on Thursday, August 20, 2009.
  38. Capt. Kyle R. Van DeGiesen 29, United States Marine Corps of Goffstown, New Hampshire a helicopter pilot, was killed in the line of duty in Afghanistan on Tuesday October 26, 2009.
  39. S/Sgt. Stephen L. Murphy 36, United States Marine Corps of Troy, New Hampshire was killed in Al Asad, Iraq "while supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom," according to the Department of Defence, on November 8, 2009.
  40. Pfc. Marc Paul Decoteau 19, United States Army of Waterville Valley, New Hampshire was killed in Afghanistan on Friday, January 29, 2010.
  41. Pfc. Eric D. Currier 21, United States Marine Corps of Londonderry, New Hampshire Was killed in Helmand Province, Afghanistan during combat operations on Wednesday, February 17. 2010.
  42. Cpl. Jonathan D. Porto 26, United States Marine Corps of Plastow, New Hampshire was killed in a vehicle crash in Afghanistan on March 2010.
  43. S/Sgt. Kyle R. Warren 28, United States Army of Manchester, New Hampshire was killed by an IED that struck the vehicle that he and Capt. Jason E. Holbrook of Burnet, Texas was riding. In Tsagay, Afghanistan on Thursday, July 29, 2010.
  44. Master Sgt. Jared N. Van Aalst, 34, United States Army Special Operations, of Laconia, New Hampshire was killed Wednesday, August 4, 2010 during a combat operation in the Konduz Province of Afghanistan. 
  45. Sgt. Andrew C. Nicol 23, United States Army of Kensington, New Hampshire was killed by an IED in Afghanistan on Sunday, August 8, 2010.
  46. Cpl. Philip Gerald Eichner Charte  22, United States Marine Corps of Goffstown, New Hampshire was killed while supporting combat operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan on September 7, 2010.
  47. L/Cpl. Michael Geary 20, United States Marine Corps of Derry, New Hampshire was killed in action in Afghanistan on Wednesday, December 8, 2010.
  48. CWO Christopher R. Thibideau 28, United States Army, formerly of Marlborough, New Hampshire, died of injuries sustained in a helicopter crash durind combat operations in Paktika Province, Afghanistan. An Army helicopter pilot assigned to the 1st Battalion, 4th Combat Aviation Brigade out of Fort Hood Texas. He died on Thursday, May 28. 2011.
  49. Pfc. Michael B. Cook 27, United States Army, formerly of Salem, New Hampshire — It's been several years since Pfc. Michael B. Cook Jr. has lived in New Hampshire, but family, friends and teachers in Salem and Pelham say his death has left a hole. Cook is the fifth Salem High School graduate to be killed in the War on Terror, and the third from the class of 2003. Cook had been serving in Iraq since November. He was killed on Monday, June 13, 2011 — his 27th birthday — during a rocket attack on a military base in Baghdad.
  50. Spc. Nicholas P. Bernier, 21, of East Kingston, N.H., died on Saturday, June 25, 2011 at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Landstuhl, Germany, of injuries suffered June 22 when insurgents attacked his unit using small arms fire in Kherwar, Afghanistan. He was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, Fort Polk, La. A 2007 graduate of Exeter, New Hampshire High School, Bernier joined the Army less than a year out of high school and was deployed to Afghanistan in support of "Operation Enduring Freedom" in October 2010. He received numerous awards and decorations for his service.
  51. Sgt. 1st Class Ryan James Savard, 29-year-old veteran Special Forces soldier from Jefferson, New Hampshire was killed by small arms fire in Afghanistan Friday, October 12, 2012, the Department of Defense confirmed Sunday.Savard was assigned in May 2010 as a Special Operations team member, U.S. Army Special Operations Command. For more than two years he served in this role, deploying twice in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. His many awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal (2nd Award), Purple Heart, the Army Commendation Medal (3rd Award), Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal (3rd Award), and five Overseas Service Bars. Savard has been posthumously awarded the Bronze Star Medal (3rd Award), the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, and the Purple Heart. Savard is survived by his spouse, Kayla Savard.
  52. Cpl. Brandon Garabrant, 29, United States Marine Corps of Peterborough, New Hampshire, assigned to the 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force was one of three Marines killed along with a military working dog when a roadside bomb detonated during combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan, on Friday, June 20, 2014.