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Increase in battlefield deaths linked to new rules of engagement in Afghanistan
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During a medevac mission by the U.S. Army's Task Force Pegasus, Marines carry a wounded comrade to a waiting helicopter. In 2011, as U.S. troops peaked at 100,000, 419 Americans were killed. In 2012, as the troop count began to decrease, the death toll fell to 319, three times what it was in 2006-2007. (Associated Press photographs)
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