No End In Sight. About the current events. American Deaths in Iraq. The total American Deaths in the Iraq war from 2001 to 2009 is 4, 363 deaths. The total number of deaths combined in Iraq is 4, 681 deaths. Total deaths in Afghanistan is 1,518 Total Deaths in all: 6,199.
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About the current events
The total American Deaths in the Iraq war from 2001 to 2009 is 4, 363 deaths.
The total number of deaths combined in Iraq is 4, 681 deaths.
Total deaths in Afghanistan is 1,518
Total Deaths in all: 6,199
The total Iraq civilian deaths is estimated between 94,130 and 1 02, 710
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This data is based on 21,616 database entries from the beginning of the war to 29 September 2009
In the past six years Iraq has undergone amazing transformation. This including getting back basic rights as Iraq citizens. There first priority is strengthening the laws and institutions that play the role of the heart in the society that is governed by the rule of law.
The U.S Military is weakening as time goes by. The U.S has an opportunity to be the super power of the world. But our lack of national resolve hurts our ability to consider future military operations.
The war that we are currently in is weakening our economy by coasting us an estimated 3 trillion dollars. The running costs a month is 12 million dollars.
Every time a soldier dies there family receives 500,000 dollars.
Overnight, legions of Iraqis found themselves without work and without the prospect of ever finding a decent job.
The definition of De-Baathification - The United States policy of removing Baath party members from Iraqi government positions following the fall of Iraqi President Saddam HusseindeBa’athification of the Iraq Culture, Government, and Economy
Paul Bremer III of the white House signed the second coalition Provisional Authority order in May, 2003, it disbanded the entire Iraqi military. The armed Baathists which were formerly lead by Saddam Hussein layed siege to coalition troops