2,540 U.S. Soldiers

July 2006
Bulverde Standard (Canyon Lake, TX);7/12/2006, Vol. 22 Issue 28, p23
The article presents statistics on Iraq War casualties including the number of U.S. and British soldiers who died from the war, the number of dead contractors and an estimated number of other soldiers who perished from the war.


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