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PENTAGON RELEASES NAMES OF SERVICEMEN WHO DIED

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The Pentagon has been releasing the names of servicemen killed in the Panamanian invasion as their next of kin are notified. Here are the names released so far:

-Cpl. Garreth C. Isaak, a Marine born on Dec. 28, 1966, and a native of Greenville, S.C. Isaak entered the Marine Corps on May 29, 1985.

-Cpl. Ivan D. Perez, 22, of Pawtucket, R.I. Perez, an Army infantryman based at Ft. Polk, La., entered the service in 1985.

-Pvt. Scott Lee Roth, 19, of Killeen, Texas. He was a military policemen stationed at Fort Hood, Texas.

-Specialist Phillip S. Lear, 21, Westminster, S.C. He was a infantryman based at Fort Lewis, Wash.

-Lt. j.g. John Patrick Connors, born on March 28, 1964, and a native of Arlington, Mass. Connors entered the Navy on May 20, 1987 and was a member of the Navy's special operations unit known as the SEALS, based at Little Creek, Va.

-Chief Engineman Donald Lewis McFaul, born on Sept. 20, 1957, and a native of San Diego, Calif. McFaul entered the Navy on June 26, 1975 and was a SEAL based at Little Creek, Va.

-Boatswain's Mate 1st Class Christopher Tilghman, born on Dec. 2, 1959, and a native of Kailua, Hawaii. Tilghman entered the Navy on Jan. 18, 1979 and was a SEAL based at Little Creek, Va.

-Pfc. Jerry S. Daves, 20, of Hope Mills, N.C. Davis was a member of the 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, according to officials at Fort Bragg, N.C.