Heffernan, Tim
March 2006
Esquire;Mar2006, Vol. 145 Issue 3, p212
The article presents information on the state of Iraq War, 2003 veterans. The total number of U.S. troops who have served is mentioned. That includes soldiers from the Army, Marine Corps, National Guard, and their reserves who had served or were serving in Iraq by the end of 2005. The fraction of the Army's active-duty force deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan is also mentioned.


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