Here's a look at what you need to know about the Iraq's "most wanted" fugitives list.
Timeline: April 11, 2003 - In a press conference, Army Brig. Gen. Vincent Brooks announces that U.S. soldiers in Iraq will begin receiving a list of the 55 "most wanted" Iraqis. To accompany the list, the soldiers also get a deck of playing cards representing the fugitives.
June 2007 - The Pentagon sends U.S. troops new playing cards, this time with famous archaeological sites in Iraq rather than terrorists' pictures on them.
The Most Wanted: No. 1/Ace of Spades Saddam Hussein Former Iraqi President December 13, 2003 - Captured in a "spider hole" in Tikrit. November 5, 2006 - Sentenced to death. December 30, 2006 - Executed.
No. 2/Ace of Clubs Qusay Hussein Chief, Special Security Organization/special Republican Guard (SSO/SRG); Commander, Central Region Commander July 22, 2003 - Killed in firefight in Mosul.
No. 3/Ace of Hearts Uday Hussein Member of The National Assembly, Olympic Committee July 22, 2003 - Killed in a firefight in Mosul.
No. 4/Ace of Diamonds Gen. Abed Hamoud Mahmud al-Tikriti Saddam Hussein's personal secretary and senior bodyguard June 18, 2003 - Captured. Later convicted and sentenced to death. June 7, 2012 - Executed.
No. 5/King of Spades Ali Hasan al-Majid Revolutionary Command Council (RCC) / Commander, Ba'ath Party Regional Command /Head Of Central Workers Bureau August 21, 2003 - Captured. Sentenced to death in four separate trials. January 25, 2010 - Executed.
No. 6/King of Clubs Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri Revolutionary Command Council (RCC) Vice-Chairman / Northern Region Commander /Deputy Secretary General, Ba'th Party Regional Command / Deputy Commander, Armed Forces. Still at Large. There is a $10 million reward for information leading to his capture.
No. 7/King of Hearts Hani abd al-Latif al-Tilfah al-Tikriti Director, Special Security Organization (SSO)/Responsible For Security And Investigations Still at Large.
No. 8/King of Diamonds Aziz Saleh Al-Numan Ba'ath Party regional command chairman May 22, 2003 - Captured. Later convicted and sentenced to death. July 16, 2011 - Transferred from U.S. custody to Iraqi custody.
No. 9/Queen of Spades Muhammad Hazma al Zubaydi Central Euphrates Reg. Commander April 21, 2003 - Captured. 2005 - Died in U.S. custody.
No. 10/Queen of Clubs Kamal Mustafa Abdallah Sultan Al-Tikriti Former secretary-general of the Republican Guard May 17, 2003 - Captured.
No. 11/Queen of Hearts Barzan Abd Ghafur Sulayman al Tikriti SRG Commander. July 23, 2003 - Captured.
No. 12/Queen of Diamonds Muzahim Sa'b Hassan al Tikriti Air Defense Force Commander. April 23, 2003 - Captured.
No. 13/Jack of Spades Ibrahim Ahmad abd al-Sattar Muhammad al-Tikriti Iraqi Armed Forces chief of staff May 12, 2003 - Captured. Later sentenced to life in prison.
No. 14/Jack of Clubs Sayf al-Din Fulayyih Hasan Taha al-Rawi Chief of Iraqi Republican Guard (RG) Still at Large.
No. 15/Jack of Hearts Rafi abd al-Latif Tilfah al-Tikriti Director, Directorate of General Security (DGS) Still at Large.
No. 16/Jack of Diamonds Tahir Jalil Habbush al-Tikriti Director, Iraqi Intelligence Service (IIS) Still at Large.
No. 17/Ten of Spades Hamid Raja Shalah al-Tikriti Commander of the Iraqi air force June 14, 2003 - Captured.
No. 18/Ten of Clubs Latif Nusayyif Jasm Al-Dulaymi Baath party official and deputy chairman of the party's military bureau June 10, 2003 - Captured.
No. 19/Ten of Hearts Abd al Tawab abdullah Mullah al-Huwaysh Director of the Office of Military Industrialization May 2, 2003 - Captured.
No. 20/Ten of Diamonds Taha Yasin Ramadan al-Jizrawi Iraqi Vice-President August 19, 2003 - Captured. March 20, 2007 - Executed.
No. 21/Nine of Spades Rukan Razuki abd al-Ghafar Sulayman al-Nasiri Saddam Hussein's Senior Bodyguard/head-Tribal Affairs Still at Large
No. 22/Nine of Clubs Jamal Mustafa Abdullah Sultan al Tikriti Dep. Chief of Tribal Affairs. April 21, 2003 - Captured.