Only a partial list. The rest of the names are being withheld for a variety of reasons but take a moment to at least read the names to yourself.
Kraig Vickers was an explosive-ordnance-disposal specialist in the Navy
Stephen M. Mills, a Navy SEAL for 14 years
John W. Brown, an Air Force paramedic
Kevin Houston, a Navy SEAL
Robert J. Reeves, a Navy SEAL
Jonas Kelsall, joined the SEALs and had been promoted to the rank of lieutenant commander
Spencer C. Duncan, an Army soldier, was a helicopter door gunner who had been in Afghanistan only a few months
Michael Strange, a Navy SEAL
Aaron Vaughn, a Navy SEAL
Tommy Ratzlaff, a Navy SEAL
Patrick Hamburger, an Army soldier, arrived in Afghanistan only last week for his first tour of duty there
Matt Mason, a Navy SEAL
Jon Tumilson, served in the SEALs and would have had 20 years in the Navy in three years
Jason Workman, a Navy SEAL
Brian Bill, a Navy SEAL
Nick Spehar, joined the SEALs and is remembered as a “quiet leader.”
Chris Campbell, enlisted in the Navy in 1996
John Douangdara, a Navy SEAL, was a lead dog handler for his unit.
Bryan Nicols, a U.S. Army pilot
Alexander Bennett grew up in Tacoma, Wash., before joining the Army and had served in Iraq
Daniel Zerbe, a para-rescue jumper in the Air Force.
David Carter, a Colorado National Guardsman from Aurora, was a pilot.
Lou Langlais, a Navy SEAL
Darrik Benson, a Navy SEAL
Jesse Pittman, a Navy SEAL
Heath Robinson, a Navy SEAL