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Afghanistan’s War Statistics 

Estimated War-Related Costs in Afghanistan

According to the Center for Defense Information, the estimated cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will reach $1.29 trillion by the end of fiscal year 2011.

WASHINGTON: the war in Afghanistan still costs the United States close to 300 million dollars a day.

Afghan Civilians Deaths:

January 2011            74 killed    116 injured

2010                    2,777 killed    4,343 injured

2009                    2,412 killed    3,566 injured

2008                    2,118 killed

2007                    1,523 killed

Afghan National Army Deaths:

 January 2011           3 killed       4  wounded

2010                     806 killed    775 wounded

2009                     292 killed    859 wounded

2008                     259 killed    875 wounded

2007                     278 killed    750 wounded

Afghan National Police Deaths:

January 2011              7 killed           5 wounded

2010                    1,250 killed        743 wounded

2009                       639 killed     1,145 wounded

2008                       724 killed     1,209 wounded

2007                       688 killed     1,036 wounded

By October, the United States and NATO plans to expand the Afghan army to 172,000 soldiers and the police to 134,000 police.

US Military Fatalities By Year and Month

Coalition Military Fatalities By Year and Month

Coalition Military Fatalities By Year

Year US UK Other Total
2001 12 0 0 12
2002 49 3 18 70
2003 48 0 10 58
2004 52 1 7 60
2005 99 1 31 131
2006 98 39 54 191
2007 117 42 73 232
2008 155 51 89 295
2009 317 108 96 521
2010 499 103 109 711
2011 88 15 28 131
Total 1534 363 515 2412
 

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