The number of Americans who died in combat is 2,757,196.
Approximately 405,000. This was 275,000 combat deaths, and 130,000 non-combat deaths. These were aircraft crashes, vehicle crashes, and other accidents.
About 361 were combat fatalities.
As far as I know there weren't any. The Russians had women in combat roles, but I do not think the US did. Sorry, there were women in the US military, but not in combat roles is what I was trying to say....
40000 died in combat and 15000 in non combat activities
It is dedicated to all Marines who have died in combat since 1775.
30,000 on ground and in air combat
543 American service women died in World War 2 .
American deaths since the Revolutionary WarAbout 1,200,000 Americans have died since the Revolutionary war.
There is website link with a report titled American War and Military Operations Casualties: List and Statistics, published February 2010. It covers principal wars and combat actions but not all combat actions. It is a Congressional Report, so it is probably updated regularly.
1733 died as a result of combat. 11,550 died as a result of other causes, disease being one.
12,513 killed in action, 38,916 wounded, 33,096 non-combat losses
About 320,518 died in WW1 and about 500,000 died in WW2
A total of almost 1,000 African-American men were trained as pilots in Tuskegee. 355 went overseas and 84 were killed in combat or accidents during the war.
The remembrance poppy has been used since 1920 to commemorate soldiers who have died in war. Inspired by the World War I poem "In Flanders Fields", they were first used by the American Legion to commemorate American soldiers who died in that war.
110,000 soldiers died in World War 1.
An exact number is unknown, but the best sources indicate 25,000 soldiers died for the American cause. However, an estimated 8,000 died as a result of combat, as the rest perished from other means, such as disease and infection while in service.
Over 2 Billion people have died.
Those who died were the number of casualties