Each person is listed, with a picture and local notice of his death: http://www.militarycity.com/valor/honor.html
To keep track of numbers: http://www.antiwar.com/casualties/
Running list of American Military Deaths Since May 1st, 2003:http://www.antiwar.com/casualties/list.php http://www.iraqbodycount.net/
Strictly an estimate.http://www.iraqbodycount.net/names.php
PDF doing it's best to identify Iraqi victims.
Named and identified victims of the war in Iraq:
a memorial, February 2006
Almost since the beginning of our project, concerned individuals and citizen's groups have drawn attention to Iraqi victims of the war in public readings and displays using names compiled by Iraq Body Count (IBC). These lists have been based on media reported civilian deaths and an on-the-ground survey conducted in 2003 by CIVIC.
We have now updated IBC's list to include names recorded to February 2006, and formatted it as a print-ready PDF file which can be downloaded from the links below. The list contains some 3,670 individuals, including a minority for whom only a partial name or familial relationship could be established.
In any use of these names please give due honour to the unidentified dead not in this list whose numbers far exceed these named victims. For every identified individual on the list there are another 9 confirmed Iraqi civilians killed for whom we do not have identifying information. In contrast, virtually every coalition soldier killed can be identified by name and other biographical information.
There is no organised effort to name all victims of the war. Only when all have been identified and duly recorded can there be any talk of respecting their memory.
To those who knew and loved them, and are in no need of reminding, we offer our condolences.