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More here: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Herrick Operation Herrick]
 
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'''As at July 2009, Afghan conflict in numbers:'''
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£12bn - Overall cost of Afghan campaign since 2001. Could have paid for 60,000 teachers, 77,000 nurses or 23 hospitals
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400% - Increase in MoD spending on Afghanistan, 2006/07 to 2009/10
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30,000 - Estimate of the number of Afghan civilians killed as a result of the conflict
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357 - UK service personnel killed in Afghanistan since 2001 as of February 2011.
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150% - Increase in Afghan opium production, 2001-07
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£100 - Average weekly war pension entitlement of widow/widower
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4m - Bullets fired by UK forces in Helmand, Aug 2006-Sept 2007
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Latest revision as of 12:15, 19 February 2011

Codename for ongoing shenanigans in Afghanistan.

More here: Operation Herrick

As at July 2009, Afghan conflict in numbers:

£12bn - Overall cost of Afghan campaign since 2001. Could have paid for 60,000 teachers, 77,000 nurses or 23 hospitals

400% - Increase in MoD spending on Afghanistan, 2006/07 to 2009/10

30,000 - Estimate of the number of Afghan civilians killed as a result of the conflict

357 - UK service personnel killed in Afghanistan since 2001 as of February 2011.

150% - Increase in Afghan opium production, 2001-07

£100 - Average weekly war pension entitlement of widow/widower

4m - Bullets fired by UK forces in Helmand, Aug 2006-Sept 2007


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