U.S. soldiers killed or wounded in the anti-terror campaign:

-- Oct. 10, 2001: Air Force Master Sgt. Evander Earl Andrews, 36, Solon, Maine, killed in a heavy-equipment accident in the northern Arabian peninsula. The first death in the campaign.

-- Oct. 19: Army Rangers Pfc. Kristofor Stonesifer, 28, Doylestown, Pa., and Spc. Jonn J. Edmunds, 20, Cheyenne, Wyo., killed in crash of Black Hawk helicopter in Pakistan.

-- Nov. 7: Sailor Bryant L. Davis, 20, of Chicago, a fireman apprentice, declared dead after he fell overboard from an aircraft carrier in the Arabian Sea.

-- Nov. 25: CIA officer Johnny "Mike" Spann, 32, of Winfield, Ala., killed by rioting prisoners at Mazar-e-Sharif. First American killed in action in Afghanistan.

-- Nov. 29: Pvt. Giovany Maria, 19, New York, shot to death in Uzbekistan, where about 1,000 members of the Army's 10th Mountain Division were stationed. Officials say death under investigation, not the result of enemy action.

-- Dec. 5: Staff Sgt. Brian "Cody" Prosser, 28, Frazier Park, Calif.; Master Sgt. Jefferson Donald Davis, 39, Watauga, Tenn.; and Sgt. 1st Class Daniel Petithory, 32, Cheshire, Mass., killed in Afghanistan when a U.S. bomb missed its target.

-- Jan. 4, 2002: Army Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Ross Chapman, 31, San Antonio, killed in vicinity of Khost, near the Pakistan border. The first U.S. soldier killed by the enemy.

-- Jan. 9: Capt. Matthew W. Bancroft, 29, Redding, Calif.; Capt. Daniel G. McCollum, 29, Irmo, S.C.; Gunnery Sgt. Stephen L. Bryson, 36, Montgomery, Ala.; Staff Sgt. Scott N. Germosen, 37, New York; Sgt. Nathan P. Hays, 21, of Wilbur, Wash.; Lance Cpl. Bryan P. Bertrand, 23, Coos Bay, Ore.; and Sgt. Jeannette L. Winters, 25, Gary, Ind., all Marines, killed in the crash of tanker plane into a mountain in Pakistan.

-- Jan. 20: Staff Sgt. Walter F. Cohee III, 26, Wicomico, Md., and Sgt. Dwight J. Morgan, 24, Mendocino, Calif., both Marines, killed when their CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter crashed while on a resupply mission. Five other Marines injured.

-- March 2: Army Chief Warrant Officer Stanley L. Harriman, 34, of Wade, N.C., was killed by enemy fire during an assault on Taliban and al-Qaida fighters regrouping in eastern Afghanistan; Lt. Cmdr. Christopher M. Blaschum, 33, of Virginia Beach, died after ejecting from his F-14 Tomcat fighter jet that crashed during a training exercise in the Mediterranean Sea.

-- March 4: Seven American soldiers were killed and 11 were wounded when two helicopters took enemy fire in the largest allied air and ground offensive of the war.

-- March 28: Chief Petty Officer Matthew J. Bourgeois, 35, of Tallahassee, Fla., is killed by a land mine during a training mission near Kandahar. Another serviceman is wounded.

-- May 19: Sgt. Gene Vance Jr., U.S. Special Forces soldier, is killed while on patrol in eastern Afghanistan after his unit comes under heavy fire.

-- Aug. 7: Sgt. 1st Class Christopher James Speer, 28, of Albuquerque, N.M., dies of wounds received July 27 in an ambush in eastern Afghanistan. Four other American soldiers are injured.

-- Aug. 19: Two U.S. Special Operations soldiers wounded while on an intelligence gathering operation in central Afghanistan. One soldier is shot in the calf, the other in the upper thigh.

-- Nov. 27: Gunmen ambush a U.S. special forces convoy in eastern Afghanistan, wounding one soldier in the leg. He was riding in a convoy of pickup trucks near the town of Gardez when as many as six gunmen in civilian clothes shot at them with Kalashnikov rifles.

-- Dec. 18: Two U.S. soldiers and their Afghan interpreter are injured in the first-ever grenade attack on American forces in the Afghan capital, Kabul. One of the soldiers suffers an eye injury and the second is wounded in the leg.

-- Dec. 21: Sgt. Steven Checo, 22, of New York, is killed in a firefight with enemy forces in Shkhin, in eastern Afghanistan. Checo was assigned to Delta Company, 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment. Two other American soldiers are wounded in separate incidents, one when rockets are fired at a U.S. compound in Asadabad, in northeastern Afghanistan.