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58,226 American soldiers died in Vietnam or were listed as missing in action.
MIA, which stands for "Missing In Action."
More than 50,000 U.S. soldiers were killed during the Korean War, and about 8,100 are still listed as missing in action.
58,226 American soldiers also in the war or are missing in action. http://www.vietnam-war.info/casualties/ FriPilot
US Servicemen are still missing in action (unaccounted for).
SEE: POW/MIA Statistics
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58,226 American soldiers died in Vietnam or were listed as missing in action. Actually, it matters how it is worded. how many men of our died 58248 men women 8 and all together is 58256.
Allied Forces had 6,822 killed in action or missing in action. This also includes the Marines who fought first before the Army Soldiers arrived. There were 9,217 Allied Forces wounded. The Japanese had 17,845-18,375 killed and missing in action. They had 216 captured by the Allied Forces. Some of these Japanese Soldiers were injured and treated by the Allied Forces while in captivity.
There were 2800 men killed and another 2400 missing in action or take prisoner during the Battle of Anzio during World War II.
The MIA number in war refers to the Missing In Action victim. These number's are placed on the records of those soldiers lost in war.
it was considered a 'POLICE ACTION'
M.I.A stands for Missing In Action.MIA stands for Missing In Action.
Different sources cite different numbers. This is most likely due to the fact that some statistics still list soldiers as missing in action even decades after the war. The various numbers are: 8,082 to 16,343 killed in action 320 to 5,029 missing in action, and 27,280 to 34,136 wounded in action.
To show support for soldiers still listed as missing in action or prisoners of war, even after the Vietnam War was over.
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Missing in Action - video game - was created in 1988.
Missing in Action - video game - happened in 1988.
Clarissa Harlowe Barton, better known as Clara, was born on Christmas Day in 1821, She worked as a teacher, patent clerk, and humanitarian, in addition to being a hospital nurse. Toward the end of the Civil War, she established a hospital at the Andersonville prison camp. After the war she ran the Office of Missing Soldiers, to help find or identify soldiers killed or missing in action. She established the American Red Cross on May 21, 1881.
As of September 7th, 2012, there have been 1,986 American military personnel killed by enemy action in Afghanistan. An additional 118 soldiers were killed in other countries in operations supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. 17,382 American soldiers have been wounded due to enemy action. Three Defense Department civilian employees have also been killed.
KIA - Killed in Action WIA - Wounded in Action (may or may not be able to continue to fight) MIA - Missing in Action
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