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Three Quarters of All U.S. Military Deaths in Afghanistan Under Obama

10 December 2013   / 73 Comments   


 



Almost three quarters of the 2,153 U.S. military fatalities in the 12-year-old Afghanistan war have taken place since Obama was first inaugurated, according to an Associated Press (AP) tally.

Using the AP’s Afghanistan casualties database, Breitbart News calculated that between January 20, 2009, and the end of last month 1,595 U.S. soldiers lost their lives in the Afghanistan conflict. The total number of military deaths so far is 2,153.

That means that about 74 percent of all U.S. military deaths in Afghanistan have taken place under Obama’s watch. During the eight years of the previous administration there were only 558 fatalities, or about 26 percent of the deaths that have taken place from October 7, 2001, the start of the war, to November 30, 2013.

No deaths had been reported for December 2013 at the time of this writing.

The information in the AP database is gleaned from AP news reports and confirmed by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).

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