Monday, December 31, 2007

Iraq: US Tracks Lowest Monthly Fatalities Since War Began

[Gregory S. McNeal]

"The US military is on track to see lowest number of monthly fatalities in Iraq since the war began in March, 2003. In February 2004 the US lost 20 soldiers in the 29 day period. This month the US has lost 21 soldiers in the 31 day period."

Gateway pundit has the story here

AP and HuffingtonPost miss the point aggregating the data for 2007, rather than looking to the clear trend lines post-surge.

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