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Iraq Veterans Memorial

2003 - 2011

— Hillsborough County Veterans Memorial Park —

 
 
Iraq Veterans Memorial image. Click for full size.
Photographed By Brandon D Cross, March 7, 2022
1. Iraq Veterans Memorial
Inscription.  

All Gave Some ★ Some Gave All

Front

Hillsborough County:

Paul R. Smith, U.S. Army, 4 April 2003 • Andrew j. Aviles, LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 7 April 2003 • Michael B. Quinn, SSG, U.S.Army, 27 May 2003 • Cody J. Orr, PFC, U.S. Army • Nicholas D. Wilt, LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 3 September 2004 • James R.Phillips, LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 23 December 2004 • Antwan L. Walker, SGT, U.S. Army, 18 May 2005• Kevin G. Waruinge, LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 3 August 2005 • Roberto C. Baez, PFC, U.S. Army, 4 October 2005 • Alexis Roman-Cruz, SPC, U.S. Army, 16 November 2005 • Marc A. Delgado, SPC, U.S. Army, 24 November 2005 • Kevin J. Smith, CPT, U.S. Army, 8 December 2005 • Jody W. Missildine PV2, U.S. Army, 8 April 2006 & bull; Bryan C. Lu key, SGT, U.S. Army, 29 June 2006 • Peter E. Winston, LTC, U.S. Army, 13 November 2006 • John L. Hartman Jr., SSG, U.S. Army, 30 November 2006 • David A. Heringes, SFC, U.S. Army 24 August 2007 • David A. Croft Jr., SGT, U.S. Army 5 January 2010

In memory of Hillsborough County’s 19 fallen
and Florida’s
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171 fallen who gave their lives
in Iraq from March 2003 to December 2011


Right Side

Florida:

Brian R. Buesing, LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 23 March 2003 • David K. Fribley, LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 23 March 2003 • Michael R. Creighton-Weldon, PFC, U.S. Army, 29 March 2003 • Armando A. Gonzalez, CPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 14 April 2003 • Dominic R. Baragona, LTC, U.S. Army, 10 May 2003 • Kerman L. Mitchell, SGT, U.S. Army, 26 May 2003 • Jeffrey M. Wershow, SPC, U.S. Army, 6 July 2003 • Mason D. Whetstone, SGT, U.S. Army, 17 July 2003 • Charles M. Sims, PFC, U.S. Army, 3 October 2003 • Robert A. Wise, SPC, U.S. Army, 12 November 2003 • Robert D. Roberts, CPL, U.S. Army, 22 November 2003 • Ian D. Manuel, CW2, U.S. Army, 8 January 2004 • Aaron A. Weaver, CW2, U.S. Army, 8 January 2004 • Edmond L. Randal Jr., SGT, U.S. Army, 17 January 2004 • Michael R. Woodliff, SGT, U.S. Army, 2 March 2004 • Tracy L. Laramore, SPC, U.S. Army, 17 March 2004 • Wentworth J. Shanberger III, SFC, U.S. Army, 24 March 2004 • AhmedA. Cason, SPC, U.S. Army, 4 April 2004 • Christopher R. Cobb, PFC, U.S. Marine Corps, 5 April 2004 • Raymond E. Jones, SFC, U.S. Army, 9 April 2004 • Nathan N. Hartman, SGT, U.S. Army, 17 April 2004 • Bradley C. Fox, SFC, U.S. Army, 20 April 2004 • Jeremy R. Ewing, PFC, U.S. Army, 29 April 2004 • Justin B. Schmidt, SPC, U.S.
Iraq Veterans Memorial (Right )Side image. Click for full size.
Photographed By Brandon D Cross, March 7, 2022
2. Iraq Veterans Memorial (Right )Side
Army, 29 April 2004 • Jason B. Dwelly, PO2, U.S. Navy, 30 April 2004 • Ronald A. Gunther P0 3 U.S. Navy, • Scott R. McHugh, PO2, U.S. Navy, 2 May 2004 • Christopher J. Kenny, CPT, U.S. Army, 3 May 2004 • Dustin H. Schlage, CPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 3 May 2004 • Arthur S. Mastrara, FSS, U.S. Army 16 June 2004 • Kenneth Conde Jr., SGT, U.S. Marine Corps, 1 July 2004 • Scott E. Dougherty, LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 6 July 2004 • Terry Holmes, CPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 10 July 2004 • Paul C. Mardis Jr., SSG, U.S. Army, 15 July 2004 • Michael J. Clark, GYSGT, U.S. Marine Corps, 20 July 2004 • Brandon R. Sapp, PFC, U.S. Army, 15 August 2004 • Richard M. Lord, SGT, U.S. Marine Corps, 18 August 2004 • Pamela G. Osbourne, SGT, U.S. Army, 11 October 2004 • Oscar A. Martinez, PFC, U.S. Marine Corps, 12 October 2004 • Ian T. Zook, CPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 12 October 2004 • Paul M. Felsberg, 2NDLT, U.S. Marine Corps, 13 October 2004 • Dennis J. Boles, SGT, U.S. Marine Corps 24 October 2004 • Juan E. Segura LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps 8 November 2004 • Romeo J. Jimenez II, SGT, U.S. Marine Corps, 10 November 2004 • Julian A. Woods, PO3, U.S. Navy, 10 November 2004 • Theodore A. Bowling, CPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 11 November 2004 • Patrick M. M. Rapicault, CAPT, U.S. Marine Corps, 15 November 2004 • Antoine D. Smith, LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 15 November 2004 • Charles A. Hanson Jr., LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps
Iraq Veterans Memorial (Right Side) image. Click for full size.
Photographed By Brandon D Cross, March 7, 2022
3. Iraq Veterans Memorial (Right Side)
28 November 2004 • Daryl A. Davis, SPC, U.S. Army 29 November 2004 • Arthur C. Williams, SSG, U.S. Army, 10 December 2004 • Joseph W. Dickinson, LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps 12 December 2004 • Digas L. Savital, U.S. Marine Corps, 26 January 2005 • Charles S. Jones, CW2, U.S. Army, 29 January 2005 • David J. Brangman, SPC, U.S. Army, 13 February 2005 • Chad W. Lake, SSG, U.S. Army, 13 February 2005 • Carlos J. Gil, SGT, U.S. Army 18 February 2005

United States Wounded and Casualties
Iraq War


Operation Iraqi Freedom
19 March 2003 - 31 August 2010

Wounded in Action: 31,936
Casualties & Killed in Action : 4,423

First Casualty
Jonathan L. Gifford
Private
U.S. Marine Corps
23 March 2003

Operation New Dawn
September 2010 - 31 December 2011

Wounded in Action: 19,334
Casualties & Killed in Action: 66

Last Casualty
David E. Hickman
Specialist
U.S. Army
14 November 2011
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We are forever indebted to our wounded, fallen, and their families
who sacrificed so much to protect our freedoms.

Left Side

Christopher M. North, SPC, U.S. Army, 21 April 2007 • Peter Woodall, SSGT, U.S. Marine Corps, 28 April 2007 • Joseph
Iraq Veterans Memorial image. Click for full size.
Photographed By Brandon D Cross, March 7, 2022
4. Iraq Veterans Memorial
A. Gilmore, SPC, U.S. Army, 19 May 2007 • Julian M. Woodall, CPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 22 May 2007 • Alexander Rosa Jr, SPC, U.S. Army, 25 May 2007 • Robert A. Surber, SGT, U.S. Army, 3 June 2007 • Daniel J. Agami, SPC, U.S. Army, 21 June 2007 • Jonathan M. Rossi, PFC, U.S. Army 1 July 2007 & bull; Robert R. McRill, P01, U.S. Navy, 6 July 2007 • Brandon K. Bobb, PFC, U.S. Army, 17 July 2007 • Cody C, Grater, PFC, U.S. Army, 29 July 2007 • Alfred H. Jairala, SPC, U.S. Army, 31 July 2007 • Christopher T. niberger, SPC, U.S. Army, 6 August 2007 • Sandy R. Britt, SSG, U.S. Army, 21 August 2007 • Christopher L. Poole Jr, CPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 6 September 2007 • John W. Mele, SGT, U.S. Army, 14 September 2007 • Brandon T. Thorsen, SPC, U.S. Army, 15 September 2007 • John L. Landry II, SPC, U.S. Army, 17 September 2007 • Donald E. Valentine III, CPL, U.S. Army,18 September 2007 • Donnie D. Dixon, SSG, U.S. Army, 29 September 2007 • Lillian L. Clemens, SSG, U.S. Army, 10 October 2007 • Jason B. Koutroubas, SPC, U.S. Army, 14 October 2007 • Ana S. Camacho, SA, U.S. Navy, 22 October 2007 • Daniel L. McGall, SGT, U.S. Army, 30 October 2007 • Martin B. Johnson, SPC, U.S. Army, 18 November 2007 • Adam P. Snyder, CPT, U.S. Army, 5 December 2007 • Bryan J. Totten, SGT, U.S. Army, 25 December 2007 • Richard B. Burgess, SPC, U.S. Army, 19 January 2008 • Alan G. Rogers, MAJ, U.S. A, 27 January 2008
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• John C. Osmolski, SGT, U.S. Army, 5 February 2008 • Luis A. Sauffront, PO1, U.S. Army, 7 February 2008 • Stewart F. Washington SGT, U.S. Army, 11 February 2008 • Charles A. Jankowski, SGT, U.S. Army, 28 March 2008 • Patrick J. Miller, PFC, 29 March 2008 • Stuart A. Woofer, MAJ, U.S. Army, 6 April 2008 • Mark E. Rosenberg, MAJ, U.S. Army, 8 April 2008 • Jeremiah C. Hughes, SPC, U.S. Army, 9 April 2008 • Arturo Huerta-Cruz, SPC, U.S. Army, 14 April 2008 • Marcus C. Mathew, SGT, U.S. Army, 28 April 2008 • Gerard M. Reed, SFC, U.S. Army, 11 June 2008 • Marcus W. Preudhomme, CPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 26 June 2008 • Darris J. Dawson, SSG, U.S. Army, 28 April • Tavares D. Setzler, PFC, U.S. Army, 2 October 2008 • Marcelo R. Velasco, GYSGT, U.S. Marine Corps, 19 November 2008 • Anthony D. Davis, SSG, U.S. Army 6 January 2009 • Jessica Y. Sara drew, SPC, U.S. Army, 3 March 2009 • Patrick A. Malone, LCPL, U.S. Marine Corps, 10 March 2009 • Nelson M. Lantigua, LCPL, 31 March 2009 • Michael J. Anaya, CPl, U.S. Army, 12 April 2009 • Earl R. Scott III, CW2, U.S. Army, 9 November 2009 • Derrick D. Gwaltney, PFC, U.S. Army, 29 November 2009 • Keith A. Cod, SGT, U.S. Army, 27 April 2009 • Amilcar H. Gonzalez, SSG, U.S. Army, 21 May 2010 • Marc C. Whisenant, SPC, U.S. Army, 24 September 2010 • Armando M. Cintron, SPC, U.S. Army 16 June 2011 • Andy Garaballo Morales, SGT, U.S. Army, 22 September 2011

Medal of Honor Recipients
Iraq War

Paul R. Smith
Sergeant First Class
U.S. Army
Baghdad, Iraq
4 April 2003

Michael A. Monsoon
Master-at-Arms Second Class
U.S. Navy
Ramadi
29 September 2006

Jason L. Dunham
Corporal
U.S. Marine Corps
Karabilah, Iraq
14 April 2004

Ross A. McGinnis
Private First Class
U.S. Army
14 April 2004
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For Conspicuous Gallantry and Intrepid Risk of Life
Above and Beyond the Call of Duty

 
Erected by Hillsborough County.
 
Topics. This memorial is listed in these topic lists: MilitaryWar, 2nd Iraq.
 
Location. 27° 58.484′ N, 82° 21.767′ W. Marker is in Tampa, Florida, in Hillsborough County. Memorial can be reached from U.S. 301, 0.2 miles south of East Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd (Florida Route 574). Marker located within Hillsborough County Veterans Memorial Park. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 3602 US-301, Tampa FL 33619, United States of America. Touch for directions.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. American Soldier (about 400 feet away, measured in a direct line); Korean Mother (about 400 feet away); Richard “Dick” Arens, Major USAF (Ret) (about 500 feet away); Still on Patrol (about 500 feet away); US Navy Mark 16 Model 8 Submarine Dummy Torpedo (about 500 feet away); US Mark 14 Model 5 Submarine Dummy Torpedo (about 500 feet away); The Green Beach Point of Incheon Landing Operation (about 500 feet away); Army Otter - Caribou Veterans Memorial (about 500 feet away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Tampa.
 
Also see . . .  Hillsborough’s Veterans Memorial Park. (Submitted on August 15, 2022, by Brandon D Cross of Flagler Beach, Florida.)
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on August 21, 2022. It was originally submitted on August 15, 2022, by Brandon D Cross of Flagler Beach, Florida. This page has been viewed 244 times since then and 5 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4. submitted on August 15, 2022, by Brandon D Cross of Flagler Beach, Florida. • J. J. Prats was the editor who published this page.

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