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Many Killed in Fallujah U.S. Reservists

At least nine Army and Marine reservists died in Iraq on the first full day of the Fallujah offensive, the highest single-day death toll for part-time troops since U.S. forces entered Iraq in March 2003. Most of those killed since Monday in Fallujah, Baghdad, Mosul and other cities where insurgents are active have not been identified by military authorities, so it’s not possible to give a complete account beyond Monday. Of the nine reservists killed Monday, six were members of the Marine Corps Reserve, two were Army National Guard and one was Army Reserve. An Army National Guard soldier from California also was killed on Sunday in Baghdad. Full Story

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