How many iraq soldiers are in iraq?
Well this question needs to be more specific as in American Soldiers, British Soliders.. But I assume you mean American Soldiers and there are about 20,000 left. As of November 25, 2011.
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Here is a site link that I use to keep a fairly accurate record of our fallen soldiers for my site http:/icasualties.org/oif U.S. Deaths Confirmed By The DoD: 4003 Reported U.S. Deaths Pending DoD Confirmation: 4 Total 4007 DoD Confirmation List Latest Coalition Fatality: Feb 29, 2009 US Sold…iers Killed In Iraq Since "Victory" Was Proclaimed . 2003 May: 37 June: 30 July: 48 August: 35 September: 31 October: 44 November:82 December:40 . 2004 January:47 February:20 March:52 April:135 May:80 June:42 July:54 August:66 September:80 October:63 November:137 December:72 . 2005 January:107 February:58 March:35 April:52 May:80 June:78 July:54 August:95 September:49 October:96 November:84 December:68 . 2006 January:62 February:55 March:31 April:76 May:69 June:61 July: 43 August:65 September:70 October:106 November:? As of May 18, 2011, there have been 4770 American servicemen KIA in Iraq. Or as in millions of soilders As of June 3rd, 2009 there have been 4,283 American deaths in operation Iraqi Freedom (the Iraq War begun in 2003). The Washington Post keeps a running tally, found at http://projects.washingtonpost.com/fallen/iraq/ (MORE)
The average is like 1.2, but now one only dies every week or so. There have been around 4,000 deaths and the war has lasted ten years, most casualties are from the first few months. That is for U.S. soldiers. If you are also counting Pakistani forces (allied) NATO, and British, then it could be a li…ttle higher. If your countign terrorists than it is probably pretty high, maybe 20 or so. (MORE)
it wS A TOTAL OF ABOUT 2 MILLION AMERICAN SOLDIERS. It WaS a ToTaL oF aBoUt 2 MiLlIoN aMeRiCaNs SoLdIeRs
\n. \n 22,625 U.S. casualties in Iraq, including 2,715 killed \nNearly 50,000 Iraqi civilians have been killed in the conflict.\n. \n. \nSee the Related Link for "Iraq Body Count" to the bottom for the answer.
Somewhere around 50,000 Iraqi soldiers were killed. Over 4400 US soldiers lost their lives in that conflict, plus 300 additional coalition troops.
Im not quite sure about Iraq but, in Afghanistan, roughly 1222 of our boys have passed. Mostly by IEDs. God Bless them.
According to globalsecurity.org, the number of soldiers who have died in Iraq between March 2003 to September 2009 is 4,262.
T here are approximately 120,000 Soldiers currently in Iraq, we can not give an actual number because it could compromise operational security and become a significant issue for the Soldiers currently in Iraq (give or take a few thousand). Updated in 2011 - there were never more than 165K US Sold…iers in Iraq. The peak was in 2007-2008. In the summer of 2011, there are approximately 50K troops in Iraq. (MORE)
Answer . The current US troop strength in July of 2007 is 160.000 plus troops.
As of may 2009 no Australian soldier, but one air crew and two trainers have been killed in combat in Iraq, 10 have been killed in Afghanistan . for futher information see Australian Defence Force http://defence.gov.au/opEx/global/index.htm
The us is in Iraq to police if we were not there there would be hevier battles and perhaps the [WMD]s would be let go.
Answer . 3792 of which 3789 are confirmed by the Department of Defense and 3 are pending
Although Canada refused to participate in the invasion of Iraq: . To date, five Canadians, Ali Alwan, Bernard Gooden, Vatche Arslanian, Jonathan J. Simpson and Michael Seeley are known to have died in the conflict.. Ali Alwan: An Iraqi-Canadian, Alwan had lived in Canada for eight years but chose… to return to Iraq in August 2004. He was killed in April 2005, with some reports of him being the victim of an American attack. Two other Canadians have been taken hostage by insurgents, but both were released. . Cpl. Bernard Gooden immigrated to Canada in 1997, Gooden joined the Canadian Army Reserves (2 Field Engineers, Toronto) where he served for several years and took a number of combat engineering courses. He also attended Glendon College of York University for 2 years where he lived in Wood residence and studied Political Science. He was a serious and motivated student although short of money. When the 2000-2001 school year was interrupted by a strike at York and his money was running out, he joined the Marines with the belief that they would help with him with his education. Gooden was a member of the 2nd Tank Battalion, 2nd Marine Division and died during a fire fight in April 2003. . Vatche Arslanian was a member of the Red Cross and was killed when his convoy was caught in a fire fight between American and Iraqi Forces. . Sgt. Jonathan J. Simpson a Marine was a dual Canadian and U.S. citizen was killed in combat operation on Oct. 14. . Michael Seeley a Mi'kmaq from New Brunswick, was killed in a bomb attack on October 30 . Canadian military officers who served in Iraq . Brigadier General Walter Natynczyk. Brigadier general Walter Natynczyk : A senior Canadian officer, and the current chief of the defence staff. In January 2004 (in the first month under Prime Minister Paul Martin) Walter J. Natynczyk deployed with III Corps to Baghdad, Iraq, serving first as the Deputy Director of Strategy, Policy and Plans, and subsequently as the Deputy Commanding General of the Multi-National Corps (Iraq) during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was involved in the planning of the invasion and led 10 brigades consisting of more than 35,000 soldiers in Iraq. He was later awarded the Meritorious Service Cross specifically for his combat efforts in Operation Iraqi Freedom January 2004 to January 2005. . Major General Peter Devlin : Served as Multi-National Corps - Iraq Deputy Command General since December 14, 2006 as part of his role as Deputy Commander of the US III Corps through an officer exchange program. . General Nicolas Matern : A Special Forces officer and former commander of Canada's elite counter-terrorism unit. In mid of February, 2008 he began to serve as deputy to Lt. Gen. Lloyd Austin III, incoming commander of the 170,000-strong Multi National Corps-Iraq . By January 23, 2008, Fort Bragg had already confirmed that Matern had already been deployed to Iraq. (MORE)
Answer . No Australian soldiers have died in actual combat in Iraq. Reason being they are intentionally kept out of the hot spots.
None at the present time. US has withdrawn its troops. At the height of hostilities there were close to 175,000 US troops in Iraq, during the surge of 2007. The number of Iraqi troops is unknown, but estimated to have been between half and three quarters of a million. Probably most of them were i…nvolved in the defense of Iraq. (MORE)
In the first couple of years when the war first started, about 1,440 died in one year. But now its about 204 a year. . this should not be the answer to this question who ever type this if i know you i will beat you up okay........i need a specific answer you know the numbers......
as of dec 08 there were 4200 soldiers in Iraq but by July 09 there will be up to 400. .
Allies: Iraq (Post-Saddam) Iraqi Security Forces (post-Saddam) Killed: 16,623 Wounded: 40,000+ Coalition Forces Killed: 4,805 of which US - 4,487, UK - 179, Other 139 Wounded: 32,753+ of which US - 32,226, UK - 315 UK, Other - 212 Injured/diseased/other medical: 51,139 of which US - …47,541, UK - 3,598 Contractors Killed: 1,554 Wounded & injured: 43,880 Awakening Councils Killed: 1,002+ Wounded: 828 Totals Total dead: 24,219 Total wounded: 117,961 Iraq (under Saddam) Combatant dead (invasion period): 7,600-11,000 Insurgents (post-Saddam) Killed: 21,221-26,405 (2003-2011) Detainees : 12,000 (Iraqi-held) Total dead: 28,821-37,405 (MORE)
4 years after the war started in 2003 it was said that almost 4000troops had die already. In 2010 it was recorded that an average oftwo U.S. soldiers die daily in Iraq, based on U.S. Department ofDefense data.
As of November 7, 2008, the count is at 285, which is about 43% less than the number of people killed in New York City last year. From the Iraq Coalition Casualties Count website http://icasualties.org/oif/
There were many American soldiers that were killed in the Iraq war.This number was in the hundreds and thousands.
There are currently 68,000 troops still there but there is no set plan for removing the remaining troops. There might be 60,000 left by the end of 2013.
i don't know alot about it, but seeings though nobody else has answered i could give you some info. they are called Australian commandos. but there are also Australian SASR soldiers which are like the top paid secret type. try typing those names into Google, might help
As of September 15, 2008, 176 British soldiers have been killed in the Iraq War.
To May/07 3,467 total have lost their lives and May/07 14,073 total have been wounded. Each day the number of deaths and wounded will continue to climb.
APPROXIMATE TOTAL DEPLOYMENT AS OF August 2008 . 151,000 troops (including ~6,500 non-U.S.) from 19 different countries
During the Vietnam War; over 3 million men served in SE Asia during the war; 2 1/2 million men served in country.
after 9/11 bush started a war on terror focusing in Iraq it has continued until now w.
That seems impossible to answer. I'm sorry. People die every second, so it is impossible to see how many excaltly.
They think only two thirds, but it really is hard to tell the exact until we actually do take them home. Hope that helped! :-)
According to a piece in the Jewish Daily Forward written by Maia Efrem 09 February 2011, 37 (thirty-seven[sic]) Jewish-Americans died in Iraq and Afghanistan, but it is unclear whether they are including Jewish combat deaths (if any) from the 1991 Gulf War, as well. It is interesting that I am th…e only person who attempted to answer this. I wonder why? (MORE)
Here is a carefully researched list of the top Allied militarydeaths in Iraq, 2003 -2009 - US - - 4,486 Britain - -179 Canada- -158 Italy- - 33 Poland- - 30 Ukraine - -18 Bulgaria- -13 Spain - -11 Denmark - -7 Georgia - - 5 As far as I can find out, no French soldiers were killed in Iraq2003 -2009 …The French had 9 military deaths during the 1991 Gulf War. (MORE)
You can find this info out from the Verterans Association. I believe its grossly high. 1.4 mill
1200 troops Since 2003 the US has sent approximately 500,000 to 750,000 soldiers between all 4 Branches over to Iraq, Now at no time has there been over 220,000 American Soldiers in Iraq at 1 time. That number is a rough total over the last 7 years and not 1 number sent over night.
The causes of the Iraq War are somewhat complicated, but in brief, Saddam Hussein never complied with the terms of the 1991 cease-fire agreement resulting from the Gulf War, and he did not comply with eleven UN Security Council resolutions requiring him to comply with that agreement, and eventually …it seemed that some real enforcement was needed. Beyond that, Saddam was a very dangerous dictator, a mass murderer and a supporter of terrorism, and it was felt by the Bush administration that Saddam had to be removed from power for the security of the US and the world. You could also ask why the war has continued under the Obama administration, but wars are complicated, they can't just be turned off like a light switch. The US would not want Iraq to collapse into chaos or be taken over by terrorists as a result of a sudden withdrawal of US forces. (MORE)
The figures are always changing, so it's hard to tell, but statistics show over a hundred soldiers die in Iraq everyday. According to iCasualties there have been 4349 U.S Army deaths between 2003-2009 in Iraq and 869 U.S Army deaths in Afganistan between 2001 and 2009
There have been a great many American soldiers that have fought inthe Iraq war. This number is multiple thousands.
Estimates are all over the map and some have found it remarkable that no one is trying to keep accurate count. Since 2003 it is estimated that maybe 19,000 insurgents were killed as of 2007.
As of December 4th, 2009 there have been 4,283 U. S. Military Personal killed in Iraq.
We do not have 2013 and 2014 numbers. From 2003 to 2012, there werea total of 1,060,100 US military personnel in country in Iraq. Thisnumber is made up of first time and redeployments. This is totalboots on the ground for all ten years, with no specific serviceinformation.
Iraq Coalition Military Fatalities By Year Year US UK Other Total 2003 486 53 41 580 2004 849 22 35 906 2005 846 23 28 897 2006 822 29 21 872 2007 904 47 10 961 2008 314 4 4 322 2009 149 1 0 150 2010 6 0 0 6 Total 4376 179 139 4694 Afghanistan Coalition Military Fatalities …By Year Year US UK Other Total 2001 12 0 0 12 2002 49 3 17 69 2003 48 0 9 57 2004 52 1 7 60 2005 99 1 31 131 2006 98 39 54 191 2007 117 42 73 232 2008 155 51 89 295 2009 317 108 95 520 2010 43 16 16 75 Total 990 261 391 1642 (MORE)
The Iranian contingent was made of around 600,000 regular soldiers, and 325,000 irregulars (Pasdaran, Basij, and Militia). The Iraqi contingent was made of around 1,500,000 regular soldiers (although they started with 850,000).
None. Mexico never joined the coalition to attack Iraq. As for Mexican-Americans, 9.5% of active duty forces and 17.5% of total ground troops are "Hispanics" of varying nationalities (i.e.: Mexican-Americans, Cuban-Americans, Puerto Ricans, etc.). Approximately 18% of total War Casualties of the …U.S. side include Hispanics. (MORE)
179 were killed. The Ministry of Defence reports 222 seriously injured. A further 3,598 were admitted to field hospitals in 2006-09, 315 of them wounded in action, but no comparable data seem to be available for 2003-05.
37 Jewish American soldiers have died in Iraq War. Profiles ofthose who gave their lives are at the Related Link below.
Over 4,100. However, as the war has ended for the United States, this number is not growing.
The reason for which you cannot get an answer as to how many Israeli soldiers fought in the Iraq War could be either because you did not ask anybody or because nobody answered you or because you did not search properly. Being that I am not you, I cannot say which is the case. As for the amount of… Israeli soldiers who fought in the Iraq War please see the Related Question below. (MORE)
Israel had nothing to do with the Iraq War from 2003-2011 and therefore contributed no soldiers to the effort. Israeli involvement would have further inflamed Arabs over the Iraqi occupation and would probably have mobilized Saudi Arabia and Iran to enter the war on Iraq's behalf.
Around 40,000+ Iraqi Security Forces (post-Saddam Iraqi Army), around 32,000 Coalition Soldiers, and around 43,000 Security Contractors were injured. There are no good statistics from the Saddam Iraqi Army or the Militants in the Insurgency.
The Iraq war caused many deaths. According to iCasualties, in 2012 one soldier was killed, in February. However, between 2003 and 2012, 4,487 soldiers were killed.