Just launched at work: Faces of the Fallen, a browsable database of U.S. service members who've died in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Technically this is version 2 of the site. The first version, which washingtonpost.com has had for years, was a single-page Flash application. Now we've given it the full browsable-database treatment, with permalinks for everything.
Django-powered, the site lets you browse by age, death date, home state and city, military branch or multiple search criteria. Each soldier gets his or her own page, as does each date, American city, age, military branch, etc. There's an RSS feed for recent casualties, a feed for each state and a feed for each military branch. We've integrated Google Maps on several pages to highlight service members' hometowns.
Let me know if you have any ideas for how we can improve the site.