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Number of killed in Afghanistan. USA: 2, UK: Canada: France: Germany: 57. Another six Canadian soldiers died due to friendly fire from their American allies while conducting combat training operations. .
Friendly fire may have killed U.S. troops in Afghanistan Pentagon Reuters
The independent website iCasualties has put the total number of U.S. deaths at 2. Afghan police have stated that they came under fire first six Afghan soldiers in a friendly fire incident on their. 7/13/, Sartor, James G.
Killed in Action, but Not by the Enemy The New York Times
Sergeant Major, United States, U.S. Army, 40, Afghanistan, Faryab, Faryab Province, Hostile - hostile fire - small arms fire, Texas.
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Retrieved July 10, The Washington Post. One other Italian soldier was captured but he was rescued safely.
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An additional 19 Canadian soldiers have died in Afghanistan as a result of accidents or non-combat circumstances; 6 in vehicle accidents, 3 unspecified non-combat-related deaths, 3 suicide deaths, 2 in a helicopter crash, 2 from accidental falls, 2 from accidental gunshots and 1 death from an illness. The Daily Telegraph. The man's condition is not critical. Archived from the original on 17 October Archived from the original on 21 January
where each death is designated as hostile or non-hostile. Notice also that friendly fire deaths can be designated as either.
A Marine's Death by Friendly Fire Haunts Afghanistan Outpost WSJ
A mostly unspoken truth of wars immemorial: Friendly fire, with its own lethal lottery. who was killed by his fellow Army Rangers in Afghanistan inMichael S. White, founder ofa Web site that tries.
Of the United States deaths, 1, have died in hostile action.
The man's condition is not critical. Flynn, Major General H.
The Stirling Bomber. Main article: German Armed Forces casualties in Afghanistan. Retrieved 23 April
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Archived from the original on 15 June Retrieved 25 April Today, that figure is approximately 40, Archived from the original on November 7, Main article: British Forces casualties in Afghanistan since