The following is a list of Americans, current as of yesterday afternoon, identified as killed and injured in fighting on Grenada.

Known U.S. military casualties include 11 dead, 76 wounded and seven missing. DEAD Marine

Seagle, Capt. Jeb F., Jacksonville, N.C. %(KEY OFF)(KEYWORD)rmy

Cline, Spec. 5 Randy E., Cloverdale, Ind.

Epps, Staff Sgt. Gary L., Horton, Ala.

Grenier, Spec.4 Philip S., Worcester, Mass.

Lannon, Spec. 4 Kevin J., Dayton, Ohio

Maynard, Pvt. Marlin R., Altus, Ark.

Rademacher, Pvt. Mark A., Aurora, N.Y.

Ritz, Capt. Michael F., Petersburg, Va.

Robinson, Pvt. Russell L., Harpers Ferry, Iowa

Yamane, Pfc. Mark O., Seattle, Wash. Navy

Butcher, Machinist Mate Kenneth J., West Islip, NY WOUNDED Marines

Arnold, Staff Sgt. Randall, Washington, D.C.

Campbell, Sgt. S.M., Jacksonvilile, N.C.

Chism, Pvt. Reginald, Centerville, Ill.

Giles, Lance Cpl. Randy, Greenville, S.C.

Harter, Lance Cpl. K.D., West Unity, Ohio.

Hayes, Sgt. Gregory, Greenville, S.C.

Hennemann, Sgt. Harry E., Jacksonville, N.C.

Howard, Capt. T.B., Jacksonville, N.C.

McSwain, Lance Cpl. G., Callahan, Fla.

Perry, Lance Cpl. W.T., Lancaster, Pa. Army

Bannon, Gerald R., Fayetteville, N.C.

Carlisle, Spec. 4 Kevin, Fort Bragg, N.C.

Clift, Spec. 5 John L., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Conrad, George, Fort Lewis, Wash.

Davis, Tony A., Fort Stewart, Ga.

Edmonds, Staff Sgt. Robert, Fort Bragg, N.C.

Evans, Spec.4 Kevin L., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Farrar, 1st Lt. Sydney, Fort Stewart, Ga.

Garrison, Spec. 5 Craig L., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Genovese, Gary D., Wilton, Conn.

Gomez, Staff Sgt. Jose, Jr., Fort Lewis., Wash.

Goss, 2nd Lt. Frank L., Fort Lewis, Wash.

Guinn, Terry L., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Hagen, Harold E., Billings, Mont.

Hass, Pfc. 1st Class John D., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Johnson, Ronald, Silver Point, Tenn.

Keen, Spec. 5 James G., Fort Stewart, Ga.

Kuchenberg, Chief Warrant Office-2 Daniel W., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Kurlowicz, Steven, Manchester, Conn.

Menu, 1st Lt. Michael, Fort Bragg, N.C.

Mozingo, Pvt. William D., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Powers, Sean, South Hadley, Mass.

Romick, Pfc. Timothy, G., Fort Stewart, Ga.

Shartzer, Pfc. 1st Class Kirk D., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Siciunas, Sgt. Al J., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Stewart, Sgt. Joe A., Jr., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Taylor, Spec.4 Brent A., Fort Bragg, N.C.

Williams, John F., Spec 4., Fort Lewis, Wash. MISSING Marines

Giguere, Capt. John P., Jacksonville, N.C.

Sharver, 1st Lt. J.R., Sneads Ferry, N.C.

Meanwhile, the Pentagon yesterday raised to 229 the number of dead in the Oct. 23 terrorist bombing of Marine headquarters in Beirut.

It said that 78 of the dead and all 144 of the soldiers listed as missing have been identified and next of kin notified. The Pentagon said there were 81 soldiers listed as wounded in Beirut, all of them identified.

Following are the names of additional dead and missing in the bombing of the Beirut Marine barracks as released yesterday. KILLED

Williamson, Lance Cpl., John A., Asheboro, N.C.

Buckmaster, Cpl. John, Vandalia, Ohio, formerly listed as missing.

Jackowski, Lance Cpl. James, South Salem, N.Y., formerly listed as missing.

Lamb, Lance Cpl. Thomas, Coon Rapids, Minn., formerly listed as missing.

Pulliam, Pvt. Eric, East St. Louis, Ill., formerly listed as missing.

Shipp, Lance Cpl., Thomas A., Jacksonville, N.C., formerly listed as missing. MISSING

Allman, Pvt. John, Carlsbad, N.M.

Muffler, Lance Cpl. John, Philadelphia.

Thorstead, Sgt. Thomas, Chesterton, Ind.