Wounded Iraqi Forces Get Little or No Aid Tens of thousands of Iraqi security personnel have been wounded in the past four years. The Iraqi government does not have accurate figures, but the U.S. Congressional Research Service estimates that by a year ago, more than 33,000 had been wounded. There are few military medics and no military hospitals.
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Wounded Iraqi Forces Get Little or No Aid

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Wounded Iraqi Forces Get Little or No Aid

Wounded Iraqi Forces Get Little or No Aid

Wounded Iraqi Forces Get Little or No Aid

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