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There were sixty-four U.S. casualties in Afghanistan for July 2010.

Sergeant Kyle B. Stout, 30th July 2010

Specialist Michael L. Stansbery, 30th July 2010

Captain Jason E. Holbrook, 29th July 2010

Staff Sergeant Kyle R. Warren, 29th July 2010

Lance Corporal Shane R. Martin, 29th July 2010

Lance Corporal Abram L. Howard, 27th July 2010

Lance Corporal Frederik E. Vazquez, 24th July 2010

Staff Sergeant Conrad A. Mora, 24th July 2010

Sergeant Daniel Lim, 24th July 2010

Specialist Joseph A. Bauer, 24th July 2010

Specialist Andrew Hand, 24th July 2010

Petty Officer 3rd Class Jarod Newlove, 23rd July 2010

Petty Officer 2nd Class Justin McNeley, 23rd July 2010

Private 1st Class, James . J Oquin, 23rd July 2010

Major James M. Weis, 22nd July 2010

Lieutenant Colonel Mario D. Carazo, 22nd July 2010

Corporal Julio Vargas, 20th July 2010

Staff Sergeant Brian F. Piercey, 19th July 2010

Corporal Paul J. Miller, 19th July 2010

Corporal Joe L. Wrightsman, 18th July 2010

Gunnery Sergeant Christopher L. Eastman, 18th July 2010

1st Lieutenant Robert N. Bennedsen, 18th July 2010

Sergeant Anibal Santiago, 18th July 2010

Sergeant Justin B. Allen, 18th July 2010

Sergeant Matthew W. Weikert, 17th July 2010

Sergeant Jesse R. Tilton, 16th July 2010

Staff Sergeant Justus S. Bartelt, 16th July 2010

Corporal Dave M. Santos, 16th July 2010

Sergeant Leston M. Winters, 15th July 2010

Sergeant 1st Class John H. Jarrell, 15th July 2010

Specialist Chase Stanley, 14th July 2010

Specialist Jesse D. Reed, 14th July 2010

Specialist Matthew J. Johnson, 14th July 2010

Sergeant Zachary M. Fisher, 14th July 2010

Private Brandon M. King, 14th July 2010

1st Lieutenant Christopher S. Goeke, 14thJuly 2010

Staff Sergeant Christopher T. Stout, 14th July 2010

Staff Sergeant Sheldon L. Tate, 14th July 2010

Specialist Christopher J. Moon, 13th July 2010

Private 1st Class Nathaniel D. Garvin, 12th July 2010

Staff Sergeant Christopher J. Antonik, 11th July 2010

Sergeant Shaun M. Mittler, 10th July 2010

Specialist Carlos J. Negron, 10th July 2010

Staff Sergeant Jesse W. Ainsworth, 10th July 2010

Specialist Robert W. Crow, 10th July 2010

Sergeant Donald R. Edgerton, 10th July 2010

Lance Corporal Tyler A. Roads, 10th July 2010

Specialist Joseph W. Dimock II, 10th July 2010

Lance Corporal Daniel G. Raney, 9th July 2010

Private 1st Class Anthony W. Simmons, 7th July 2010

Staff Sergeant Marc A. Arizmendez, 6th July 2010

Private 1st Class Michael S. Pridham, 6th July 2010

Specialist Roger Lee Roger, 6th July 2010

Specialist Louis R. Fastuca, 5th July 2010
Sergeant 1st Class Christopher F. Cabacoy, 5th July 2010

Private 1st Class Edwin C. Wood, 5th July 2010

Specialist Jerod H. Osborne, 5th July 2010

Specialist Keenan A. Cooper, 5th July 2010

Sergeant Andrew J. Creighton, 4th July 2010

Private 1st Class Jacob Dennis, 3rd July 2010

Specialist Clayton D. McGarrah, 3rd July 2010

Captain David A. Wisniewski, 2nd July 2010

Private 1st Class David Jefferson, 2nd July 2010

Private 1st Class Ryan J. Grady, 1st July 2010

Corporal Larry D. Harris Jr., 1st July 2010

The total number of U.S. Casualties until the end of July was 1214.

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