Cybercast News Service Statistical Analysis of U.S. Military Causalities in Iraq

By Kevin Mooney | July 7, 2008 | 8:23pm EDT

Total casualties in first 28 days of September 2006: -- 61

Combat-related casualties in first 28 days September 2006: -- 53

Total casualties in first 28 days of September 2007: -- 60

Combat-related casualties in first 28 days of September 2007: -- 38



Total casualties in first 28 days of October 2006: -- 90

Combat-related casualties in first 28 days of October 2006: -- 86

Total casualties in first 28 days of October 2007: -- 31

Total combat-related casualties in first 28 days of October 2007: -- 25




Total casualties in first 28 days of November 2006: 53

Combat-related casualties in first 28 days of November 2006: 48

Total casualties in first 28 days of November 2007: 29

Combat-related casualties in first 28 days of November 2007: 24



[The following figures are taken from the first 28 days of each month]:

Percent change in combat-related casualties from September 2006 to September 2007: -- 28.3 percent

Percent change in combat-related casualties from October 2006 to October 2007: - 70.9 percent

Percent change in combat-related casualties from November 2006 to November 2007: - 50 percent

Percent change in combat-related casualties from September 2007 to November 2007: - 58.3 percent

Percent change in combat-related casualties from October 2007 to November 2007: - 22.6 percent


Source: U.S. Department of Defense

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