The Count DoD photo by Senior Airman Julianne Showalter, U.S. Air Force

The Count

As of Tuesday, day 2,411 of the war in Iraq…

By Jake Armstrong 11/12/2009

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American military service members — 3 more than last week — have died since the war began in 2003, according to the US Defense Department. A total of 13,880 have suffered injuries serious enough to keep them from returning to duty.


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soldiers and 1 retired soldier killed in the mass shooting at Fort Hood were memorialized Tuesday in a ceremony on the base, National Public Radio reported. The suspect, Army Major Nadal Hassan (pictured), is in stable condition after
a civilian police officer shot him and stopped the attack.


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suspects have been arrested in connection with twin bombings in Baghdad that killed more than 150 people on Oct. 25, Agence France-Presse reported Tuesday. More than 60 soldiers and police were also arrested for negligence.


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lawsuits in 32 states have been filed against Halliburton, KBR and other military contractors over so-called “burn pits” the companies allegedly used in Iraq to burn everything from human body parts to tires, the Associated Press reported Tuesday.

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