In this diorama, up front and center is Specialist Patrick Miller, who was later credited with engaging and killing the most enemy combatants. Around him are SPC Edgar Hernandez, SPC Joseph Hudson, SGT James Riley and SPC Shoshana Johnson.
Miller was awarded the Silver Star for his bravery. PFC Lynch had an biography published named I Am a Soldier Too, and SPC Shoshana Johnson also had a book published called I'm Still Standing: From Captive US Soldier to Free Citizen - My Journey Home. Johnson had been shot in the foot and ankles during the fire fight.
The following soldiers of the 507th were killed in action (KIA):
- Specialist Jamaal R. Addison, 22, Roswell, Georgia
- Master Sergeant Robert J. Dowdy, 38, of Cleveland, Ohio, who was the Company First Sergeant.
- Private Ruben Estrella-Soto, 18, of El Paso, Texas.
- Private First Class Howard Johnson II, 21, of Mobile, Alabama. He was the first casualty from Alabama during Operation Iraqi Freedom. A graduate of LeFlore High School in Mobile, Alabama, Johnson enlisted two weeks after graduating from high school and according to a CNN Newsnight desired a career in the Army hoping that someday he would rise to the rank of Sergeant Major.  Johnson was the son of Rev. Howard Johnson, pastor of Truevine Baptist Church. His funeral service was held on 5 April 2003, at Truevine Baptist Church and buried in Gethsemane Cemetery, Mobile, AL. Among the politicians present were Gov. Bob Riley, U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Mobile, and Mayor Mike Dow. U.S. Rep. Jo Bonner, R-Mobile, served as the funeral's master of ceremonies. He was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. 
- Specialist James M. Kiehl, 22, of Comfort, Texas
- Chief Warrant Officer Johnny Villareal Mata, 35, of Pecos, Texas.
- Private First Class Lori Piestewa, 29, of Tuba City, Arizona, The first Native American woman in history to die in combat while serving with the U.S. military. She was posthumously awarded a Purple Heart and a Prisoner of War Medal.
- Private Brandon Sloan, 19, of Bedford Heights, Ohio.
- Sergeant Donald Walters, 33, of Kansas City, Missouri. He was posthumously awarded a Silver Star (upgraded from a Bronze Star) for gallantry with marked distinction, and a Purple Heart.
- Specialist Edward J. Anguiano, 24, of Brownsville, Texas.
- Sergeant George Edward Buggs, 31, of Barnwell, South Carolina.