Sunday, March 30, 2003

List of Ohio casualties


Tristate reacts to war

Here is a list of Ohio soldiers wounded or missing in the war with Iraq:

Wounded

• Marine Pfc. Michael Varner, 19, of Ross Township (Butler County), combat engineer with the 2nd Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, N.C.

• Marine Lance Cpl. Tom Korody, 19, of Upper Sandusky, combat engineer with the 2nd Marine Division. Hit by shrapnel.

• Marine Sgt. Jose Torres, 26, of Lorain. Torres of the 1st Battalion, 2nd Marine Division, was wounded when his armored personnel carrier convoy was ambushed. Shrapnel wounds to the back.

• Army Capt. Greg Holden, 30, of Huron. Holden, a member of the 101st Airborne Division, was wounded in a grenade attack in Kuwait. Suffered two broken legs and shrapnel wounds to his abdomen.

Missing

• Army Pvt. Brandon Sloan, 19, of Bedford Heights. Sloan, a member of the 507th Maintenance Company, disappeared after Iraqi forces ambushed a supply convoy around Nasiriyah.

•Army Master Sgt. Robert J. Dowdy, 38, of Cleveland, a member of the 507th Maintenance Company.

The Associated Press




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