It doesn`t get any worse that this or does it.......

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  1. Discovered this harrowing report on the news. But am curious it states
    single dealiest ground attack aganiest American Forces in months, if this is so then what was the WORST? :plotting:




    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Six U.S. soldiers were killed by a blast north of Baghdad on Monday, the U.S. military said on Tuesday, in one of the




    single deadliest ground attacks against American forces in Iraq in months.

    Three other soldiers were wounded after an explosion went off near their vehicles in the province of Salahaddin, the military said in a statement, without giving details. Salahaddin is a Sunni Arab insurgent stronghold.

    More than 3,170 U.S. soldiers have died in Iraq since the U.S.-led invasion in March 2003.

    Iraqi and U.S. forces are in the third week of a security crackdown in Baghdad aimed at stemming sectarian violence. U.S. military commanders have expressed concerns that insurgents could step up attacks outside Baghdad.
     

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  2. I should imagine this one of 03-Aug-2005,


    US Lance Corporal Grant B. Fraser Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Lance Corporal Nicholas William B. Bloem Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Lance Corporal Kevin G. Waruinge Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Corporal David S. Stewart Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Sergeant Bradley J. Harper Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Lance Corporal William Brett Wightman Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Lance Corporal Edward August Schroeder II Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Lance Corporal Aaron H. Reed Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Corporal David Kenneth J. Kreuter Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Sergeant Justin F. Hoffman Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Lance Corporal Christopher Jenkins Dyer Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Lance Corporal Michael J. Cifuentes Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Lance Corporal Eric J. Bernholtz Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
    US Lance Corporal Timothy Michael Bell Jr. Haditha (2 km S of) - Anbar Hostile - hostile fire - IED attack
     
  3. All L/Cpl's or PFC's?
     
  4. I`ll wager if you look deeper into it, you`ll find numerous equally grim ones.

    Example...August 03, 2005

    The Department of Defense announced today the death of six Marines who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.

    Cpl. Jeffrey A. Boskovitch, 25, of Seven Hills, Ohio



    Lance Cpl. Roger D. Castleberry Jr., 26, of Austin, Texas



    Sgt. David J. Coullard, 32, of Glastonbury, Conn.



    Lance Cpl. Daniel N. Deyarmin Jr., 22, of Tallmadge, Ohio



    Lance Cpl. Brian P. Montgomery, 26, of Willoughby, Ohio



    Sgt. Nathaniel S. Rock, 26, of Toronto, Ohio



    All died Aug. 1 as result of enemy small-arms fire while conducting dismounted operations outside Haditha, Iraq. Castleberry was assigned to Marine Forces Reserves 4th Reconnaissance Battalion, 4th Marine Division, San Antonio, Texas. The other five Marines were assigned to Marine Forces Reserves 3rd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division, Brookpark, Ohio. As part of Operation Iraqi Freedom, all were attached to Regimental Combat Team 2, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward).
     
  5. L/Cpl in Uncle Sam's Misguided Children are a strange beast. The rank insignia, pay grade and even combat duties are equivalent to a PFC in the Army, but Marine L/Cpls do have authority of rank over Privates (E-1) and USMC PFCs (E-2s). Army E-3s (and even most E-4s) do not have authority of rank over their juniors.

    I'm presuming the attack listed was the one which opened up an AAV-7A1 like a tin.

    NTM
     
  6. CNN have quoted 9 US deaths in the last 24 hours, stating that it was the worst 24 hours for US forces since the conflict begain.
     

  7. CT, yes I believe it was.
     




  8. Crazy!!!!!!! :thumbdown:
     
  9. Dec. 7, 2006
    BAGHDAD, Iraq - The toll in one of the U.S. military’s deadliest days in Iraq rose to 11 when the military said Thursday that another soldier had died in fighting west of Baghdad.


    Friday, June 24, 2005
    Bloodiest day for U.S. women
    At least four Marines -- including three women -- were killed. Of the 13 Marines wounded, 11 were female, the sources said Friday.


    November 3, 2003
    In the deadliest single attack on the United States army since it invaded Iraq, guerrillas shot down a Chinook helicopter with a missile yesterday killing 15 and wounding 21 American servicemen. The US Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld, called the incident a national tragedy for Americans.


    2005-01-27
    Thirty-one U.S. troops died in a helicopter crash in Iraq and six more were killed in insurgent attacks on Wednesday, the deadliest day for American forces since they invaded the country 22 months ago.
    BAGHDAD, Iraq - A U.S. helicopter crashed early Wednesday in a desert sandstorm, killing the 30 Marines and one sailor aboard, and six other troops were killed by insurgent ambushes in the heaviest single-day loss of life for the United States since the Iraq war began.
    The previous single deadliest incident for U.S. troops was also a helicopter crash: a November 2004 collision of two Black Hawk helicopters that killed 17.
    Previously, the most Americans killed in one day came on the invasion's third day — March 23, 2003 — when 28 troops were killed during the U.S. military's drive to take Baghdad and topple Saddam Hussein.
     
  10. The Department of Defense announced today the death of 12 soldiers who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom. They died in Baghdad, Iraq, on Jan. 20, when the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter they were in crashed.



    Killed were:



    Col. Brian D. Allgood, 46, of Oklahoma, who was assigned to the 30th Medical Brigade, Europe Regional Medical Command, Heidelberg, Germany.



    Staff Sgt. Darryl D. Booker, 37, of Midlothian, Va., who was assigned to the 29th Infantry Division, Virginia Army National Guard, Sandston, Va.



    Sgt. 1st Class John G. Brown, 43, of Little Rock, Ark., who was assigned to the Arkansas Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 185th Aviation Regiment (Air Assault), 77th Aviation Brigade, Camp Robinson, Ark.



    Lt. Col. David C. Canegata III, 50, of St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, who was assigned to the Virgin Islands Army National Guard, Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands.



    Command Sgt. Maj. Marilyn L. Gabbard, 46, of Polk City, Iowa, who was assigned to Joint Forces Headquarters, Iowa Army National Guard, Camp Dodge, Johnston, Iowa.



    Command Sgt. Maj. Roger W. Haller, 49, of Davidsonville, Md., who was assigned to the 70th Regiment, Regional Training Institute - Maryland, Maryland Army National Guard, Reisterstown, Md.



    Col. Paul M. Kelly, 45, of Stafford, Va., who was assigned to the Joint Force Headquarters of the Virginia Army National Guard in Blackstone, Va.



    Sgt. 1st Class Floyd E. Lake, 43, of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, who was assigned to the Virgin Islands Army National Guard, Christiansted, U.S. Virgin Islands.



    Cpl. Victor M. Langarica, 29, of Decatur, Ga., who was assigned to the 86th Signal Battalion, Fort Huachuca, Ariz.



    Capt. Sean E. Lyerly, 31, of Pflugerville, Texas., who was assigned to the Texas Army National Guard’s 36th Combat Aviation Brigade, 36th Infantry Division, Austin, Texas.



    Capt. Michael V. Taylor, 40, of North Little Rock, Ark., who was assigned to the Arkansas Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 185th Aviation Regiment (Air Assault), 77th Aviation Brigade, Camp Robinson, Ark.



    1st Sgt. William T. Warren, 48, of North Little Rock, Ark., who was assigned to the Arkansas Army National Guard’s 1st Battalion, 185th Aviation Regiment (Air Assault), 77th Aviation Brigade, Camp Robinson, Ark.



    The incident is under investigation.
     
  11. Jesus, two full colonels, a light colonel and two E-9s- that must certainly be the most rank/experience taken out in one attack.
     

  12. I`ll say!!!!!