A body of Halliburton worker was identified by the company Tuesday
Another Halliburton worker who was killed in a fiery ambush on a fuel truck column earlier this month, was identified by the company Tuesday.
Tony Johnson, 47, California, was one of five Halliburton employees known to have died when Iraqi insurgents attacked the convoy, blowing up several trucks. At least two U.S. Army soldiers were also killed in the attack.
Johnson's body was found in a shallow grave along with the bodies of three other Halliburton employees a few days after the attack near the town of Abu Ghraib, a short distance from the scene of the ambush.