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Q: Rate of UK Fratricide Casualities in Iraq ( No Answer,   1 Comment )
Subject: Rate of UK Fratricide Casualities in Iraq
Category: Relationships and Society > Government
Asked by: lagasch-ga
List Price: $17.00
Posted: 25 Oct 2005 16:53 PDT
Expires: 24 Nov 2005 15:53 PST
Question ID: 584897
What is the number of friendly fire deaths and injuries for British
troops in Iraq since 1991, and/or what is the percentage of fratricide
to non-fratricide casulaties for the UK troops in Iraq since 1991?
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Subject: Re: Rate of UK Fratricide Casualities in Iraq
From: tcovert-ga on 25 Oct 2005 18:18 PDT
Since 1991, there have been 97 British soldier casualties in Iraq.  4
of those casualties were directly due to friendly fire, while an
additional 2 were caused by friendly fire resulting in the crash of a
jet.  This means that 6.19% of British casualtties in Iraq since 1991
were caused by friendly fire.


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