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Iraq War Casualties


This page provides information about the number of U.S. troops in Iraq, including how many were killed, as well as Iraqi casualties.

 
Estimated number of U.S. troops in Iraq at the end of 2011: 0
Number of casualties for 2011
U.S. troops (through Dec. 31): 54
Iraqi civilians (through July 31): 977
Iraqi security forces (through July 31): 306
Total U.S. fatalities since 2003: U.S. deaths (as of Dec. 31): 4,485
Total cost of Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003-2011: $806 billion
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