U.S. Casualties from Iraq and Afghanistan Conflicts, 2001-2012

This record collection in Ancestry Library Edition (Ancestry LE) includes casualties suffered by the U.S. military primarily in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) casualties include military deaths reported from March 19, 2003 to 2012.

Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) casualties include military deaths reported from October 10, 2001 to 2012. Most of these deaths were in Afghanistan.

Operation New Dawn (OND) casualties include military deaths reported from 2010 to 2012.

U.S. Army female soldier (Defense.gov photo)
U.S. Army female soldier (Defense.gov photo)

Information provided about casualties includes:

Name
Branch of Service
Component (Regular Active Duty, Reserve, or National Guard)
Rank
Pay Grade
Conflict
Unit
Unit location
Death date
Casualty location
Incident date
Incident location
Hostile
Age
Gender
Race/ethnicity
Home residence
Occupation

Note: Oddly enough, searching for Gender-Female returns zero results. A work-around involves searching for Keyword (Exact)-Female. This returns 147 results.

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