With the July 17th death of Tech. Sgt. Jackie L. Larsen, 37, in Iraq, women service members have reached a grim milestone — 100 women have died in Iraq to date. Larsen's death has been classified as the result of natural causes, but that certainly doesn't lessen the grief for her friends of family. The Iraq war has claimed the lives of 4,082 service members to date and a documented 95,000 Iraqi civilians. [CNN, Global Security, Iraq Body Count]
Those numbers don't count the service women and men who are flown out of Iraq to Germany etc for care and then die. The numbers would actually be much much higher if they counted those deaths too.
Also, the civilian death toll is probably MANY times greater than 95,000. In 2006 Johns Hopkins did a study saying that the true number back then was probably over 600,000.
And that was two years ago.
The US Armed Forces have publically stated many many times also that they do not do any body counts etc of civilians.