Iraq/Afghan war casualties thread

Discussion in 'Wogful Wonderland' started by fuz al-nufi, May 18, 2010.

  1. bodbylau Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Aug 1, 2012
    Message Count:
    205
    Reputation:
    878,578
    Ratings Received:
    +184 / 13 / -11
    Arm the 10th mountain division with the means necessary to cleanse the entire country of the scum.

    The only good Afghani is a dead afghani.
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    Edmonds Fitzgerald: -1,297 Points Oct 2, 2012
  2. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    Your mother is an afghani.
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    bodbylau: -453 Points Oct 2, 2012
    Man Against Time: 3,205 Points Oct 2, 2012
    Vilda: -3,146 Points (shut up, wench) Oct 6, 2012
  3. bodbylau Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Aug 1, 2012
    Message Count:
    205
    Reputation:
    878,578
    Ratings Received:
    +184 / 13 / -11
    How dare you call Alison an afghan
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    Edmonds Fitzgerald: -1,297 Points Oct 2, 2012
    SouthernStar: 2,670 Points (Hello son. :)) Oct 3, 2012
  4. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    The taliban are your betters, you must respect them.
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    Man Against Time: 3,205 Points Oct 2, 2012
    Λευκός εθνικιστής: -1,662 Points Oct 6, 2012
    Macrobius: -3,317 Points Oct 10, 2012
  5. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    You're a jewish stooge asshole, just like boobus.
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    Man Against Time: 3,205 Points Oct 2, 2012
    Λευκός εθνικιστής: -1,662 Points Oct 6, 2012
    Macrobius: -3,317 Points Oct 10, 2012
    • Big Chimpin' Big Chimpin' x 1
    • List
  6. Drawing-live Where's chaos there's life

    Member Since:
    Aug 31, 2012
    Message Count:
    1,310
    Location:
    @different time & space
    Reputation:
    -935,846
    Ratings Received:
    +699 / 477 / -1,160
    These taliban guys are proving to be tough.
    Just think of how will they go down in history if americans will pull out, which seems the only wise thing to do at this point anyway.
  7. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    It will go down the same way it has always gone down. Don't invade afghanistan unless you want to die.
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    Λευκός εθνικιστής: -1,662 Points Oct 6, 2012
    Macrobius: -3,317 Points Oct 10, 2012
    Sam Crow: 1,781 Points Jan 9, 2013
    • Agree Agree x 2
    • Informative Informative x 1
    • List
  8. Aces High Forum Veteran

    Member Since:
    Aug 10, 2012
    Message Count:
    3,887
    Reputation:
    5,680,705
    Ratings Received:
    +5,935 / 63 / -189
    They have total air superiority.
    Drones,
    Special forces,
    Night vison,
    Missiles,
    Nukes,
    Limitless amounts of weapons and materials,
    Tanks,
    etc
    etc
    What other resources do you want to give them....?

    The taliban have AK47,s and wear rags...have primitive tactics and live on scraps and have next to no medical facilities and still hand the coalition their arses to them on a plate.
  9. Kevin brown Social Drinker

    Member Since:
    Oct 22, 2012
    Message Count:
    15
    Reputation:
    -74,505
    Ratings Received:
    +3 / 1 / -20


    The Heart to fight is the best resource to have
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    Poaster1690: -1,308 Points Oct 24, 2012
  10. Kevin brown Social Drinker

    Member Since:
    Oct 22, 2012
    Message Count:
    15
    Reputation:
    -74,505
    Ratings Received:
    +3 / 1 / -20
    WOGS WOGS WOGS
  11. Aces High Forum Veteran

    Member Since:
    Aug 10, 2012
    Message Count:
    3,887
    Reputation:
    5,680,705
    Ratings Received:
    +5,935 / 63 / -189
    The British are an ugly bunch of fuckers for the most part and i say this being one........(although thank god i was blessed with Robert Redford like looks but thats another matter).....and anyway i was looking through a list of casualties from the British army on the bbc website complete with photos of the dead and all the dead for the most part are the best looking and healthiest Britain has to offer....and they have been slaughtered for these greedy fucking cunts in the military money making business.
    I admit they volunteered but its a crime of sickening proportions to lose these young men and their precious blood.

    Fucking criminal....at least in the US you have nigs and muds and duds and chicano juicers getting wasted.
  12. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    U.S. service member, 4 Afghan police killed


    In separate incidents on consecutive days

    The Associated Press

    Posted : Friday Nov 2, 2012 7:58:27 EDT

    KABUL, Afghanistan — Four Afghan police officers were shot dead Friday in southern Helmand province in an insider attack by their colleagues, one day after a U.S. service member was killed in an insurgent attack, officials said.

    The U.S. service member was killed in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, a military statement said. The statement did not contain further details about the clash.

    Mohammad Toryali, police chief of Grish district, said the shooting of the four policemen occurred at a police outpost during a shift change.

    The officers on duty were killed by four of their colleagues who had arrived to replace them, Toryali said. The killers fled.

    At least 55 foreign troops have died in attacks by Afghan security forces this year. A similar number of Afghan policemen and soldiers have been killed in similar attacks by colleagues.

    The surge in attacks has undermined trust between the U.S.-led NATO coalition and its Afghan partners, throwing doubt on the capabilities of the Afghans ahead of the withdrawal of foreign combat troops in 2014.

    http://www.armytimes.com/news/2012/11/ap-four-afghan-police-killed-insider-attack-110212/
  13. MadScienceType Trumpenkrieg

    Member Since:
    Apr 23, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,521
    Reputation:
    44,242,265
    Ratings Received:
    +6,319 / 11 / -34
    True, you think the English would learn after a few centuries of this, but on and on it goes.
  14. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    Navy SEAL killed in rescue of American doctor in Afghanistan

    By Jim Miklaszewski, NBC News

    A U.S. Navy SEAL was killed early Sunday in the rescue of an American doctor who was kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan, defense officials tell NBC News.

    The Navy SEAL was wounded in the rescue operation and later died, according to a senior defense official.

    The rescue operation was launched when coalition forces reported that Dr. Dilip Joseph was in imminent danger. Joseph, who worked with the non-profit Morning Star Development of Colorado Springs, was kidnapped Wednesday along with two Afghan staff members -- one is part of the medical team, the other part of the support team.

    Joseph has been the non-profit’s medical adviser for three years.


    Morning Star said the team of three had been returning from a visit to one of its rural medical clinics when the kidnappers stopped their vehicle. The three were then taken to a mountainous area about 50 miles from the Pakistan border, Morning Star said.

    Contact between the hostages, their captors and the non-profit's crisis management team started immediately, according to a statement on Morning Star's website. On Saturday evening, two of the hostages were released. The two men then made their way out of the area and were taken to a police station.

    At least six people were reported killed in the operation to rescue Joseph, the third hostage. It is unclear whether that number includes the American soldier. Morning Star said the two staff members were released earlier.

    In a statement Sunday evening, President Barack Obama said: “Yesterday, our special operators in Afghanistan rescued an American citizen in a mission that was characteristic of the extraordinary courage, skill and patriotism that our troops show every day.”

    Two Taliban leaders were reportedly taken into custody.

    ...........

    http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/...rescue-of-american-doctor-in-afghanistan?lite
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    rasputin: 2,896 Points Dec 10, 2012
    rust: 9,763 Points Mar 9, 2013
    • Informative Informative x 2
    • List
  15. rasputin Forum Veteran

    Member Since:
    Apr 22, 2010
    Message Count:
    3,667
    Reputation:
    66,778,998
    Ratings Received:
    +5,433 / 10 / -9
    Why would anyone risk their lives for a Dilip? Pakis to pakis, dust to dust.
  16. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    British Soldier Killed, Six Others Wounded in Afghan ‘Green-on-Blue’ Attack

    Posted By Jason Ditz On January 8, 2013 @ 6:36 pm In News | 1 Comment

    Updating last night’s report of a “green-on-blue” attack on NATO soldiers in Afghanistan, it is now being reported that the victims were British soldiers, and that one was killed and six others, members of an engineering team, were wounded.

    The incident took place at Camp Hazrat in the Helmand Province, and Afghan military officials say that several Afghan soldiers were also shot at during the incident, though none were apparently wounded.

    The attacker was wearing an Afghan army uniform and appears to have been an Afghan soldier, but officials are still investigating his background to figure out if he was a Taliban infiltrator or if the attack was simply a product of discontent.

    Green-on-blue attacks rose dramatically in 2012, and though this is the first of the new year, most analysts expect the trend will continue well into 2013, as the growing Afghan military continues to struggle with huge numbers of deserters and a lack of decent recruits.

    http://news.antiwar.com/2013/01/08/...thers-wounded-in-afghan-green-on-blue-attack/
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    rust: 8,064 Points Feb 8, 2013
  17. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    Insider Attack: Afghan Soldiers Attack US Base in Kapisa, Kill Contractor

    Posted By Jason Ditz On March 8, 2013 @ 11:33 am In News | No Comments

    A group of three as-yet-unidentified Afghan soldiers, wearing full Afghan National Army uniforms and driving a military vehicle attacked a US base in the Kapisa Province this morning, forcing their way into the base and killing a US contractor, while wounding three additional US troops.

    [IMG]The three attackers were killed, and while they haven’t been identified yet all indications are that they were members of the Afghan military carrying out an “insider” attack, the first such attack against NATO troops in over a month.

    The area around the base has seen its share of protests recently, as the Tagab District of Kapisa, where today’s attack took place, was also the site of a US night raid last month, in which NATO claimed to kill over a dozen “insurgents,” but where later revealed to have killed a number of innocent civilian bystanders.

    There have been no claims of responsibility for the attack yet, which is unusual since the Taliban normally claims credit for anything resembling an insider attack whether they were actually involved or not. NATO has yet to comment on the incident beyond the initial report confirming the attack itself.
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    rust: 10,543 Points Apr 2, 2013
  18. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    Insider Attack Kills 2 U.S. Troops, 3 Afghans

    By AP / Heidi Vogt and Amir ShahMarch 11, 2013



    (KABUL, Afghanistan) — A police officer opened fire on U.S. and Afghan forces at a police headquarters in eastern Afghanistan on Monday, sparking a firefight that killed two U.S. troops and two other Afghan policemen. The attacker was also killed in the shootout, officials said.

    In a second incident, outside Kabul, U.S. troops fired on a truck approaching their military convoy, killing two Afghan men inside.

    The shooting in the eastern Wardak province was the latest in a series of insider attacks against coalition and Afghan forces that have threatened to undermine their alliance at a time when cooperation would aid the planned handover of security responsibility to local forces next year.

    The attack also comes a day after the expiration of the Afghan president’s deadline for U.S. special forces to withdraw from the province.

    U.S. officials have said that they are working with Afghan counterparts to answer President Hamid Karzai’s concerns and maintain security in Wardak. Most of the U.S. troops in Wardak are special operations forces.

    In Monday’s attack, an Afghan police officer stood up in the back of a police pickup truck, grabbed a machine gun and started firing at the U.S. special operations forces and Afghan policemen in the police compound in Jalrez district, said the province’s Deputy Police Chief Abdul Razaq Koraishi.

    The assailant killed two Afghan policemen and wounded four, including the district police chief, before he was gunned down, Koraishi said.

    The U.S. military said in a statement that two American service members were killed in the shooting.


    ....


    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    rust: 10,543 Points Apr 2, 2013
  19. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    Afghan Teen Stabbed US Soldier to Death, Escaped

    Taliban Says Attacker Acted Alone

    by Jason Ditz, April 01, 2013
    Print This | Share This

    Details are emerging about the killing of US Sgt. Michael Cable last week, with officials confirming that he was stabbed to death by an Afghan civilian, believed to be a teenager.

    [IMG]

    The attacker stabbed Cable in the neck during a meeting in Nangarhar Province. Cable was outside and reportedly playing with children who had come to the site when the attack occurred, and the assailant escaped.

    Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid identified the attacker as a 16-year-old named Khalid, saying he was acting on his own in the killing but had since joined the Taliban after fleeing the scene.

    Today’s revelations are a stark change from the Pentagon’s initial statement on the matter, which claimed he was killed in combat with “enemy forces.” Officials say that since the attacker was not in uniform it is not believed to be an “insider attack,” and there is no indication he was working for the Afghan security forces at the time.
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    rust: 10,543 Points (antiwar.com :agree:) Apr 2, 2013
  20. fuz al-nufi Bar Regular

    Member Since:
    Apr 20, 2010
    Message Count:
    4,805
    Location:
    wonderland
    Reputation:
    67,011,605
    Ratings Received:
    +5,271 / 244 / -301
    Six Americans, including three civilians, killed in attacks in Afghanistan



    By Ernesto Londoño and Anne Gearan, Published: April 6 | Updated: Sunday, April 7, 4:50 AM


    Three American civilians and three U.S. troops were killed in two attacks in Afghanistan on Saturday, officials said, including a powerful blast that struck officials traveling to a school to donate books. Among the dead was the first State Department diplomat to be killed in the country since the war began.

    The bloodshed Saturday, the deadliest day this year for Americans in Afghanistan, underscored how dangerous the country remains as the United States proceeds with the withdrawal of its remaining troops over the next 20 months, leaving security in the hands of Afghanistan’s fledgling army.

    The attacks suggested that even as the military coalition’s focus shifts to managing the drawdown, the United States appears likely to face an intense “fighting season,” the springtime period in Afghanistan during which violence typically increases.

    The American diplomat killed Saturday was identified as Anne Smedinghoff by her parents. Smedinghoff was recently tasked with assisting Secretary of State John F. Kerry on his trip to Kabul.

    Four other State Department officials who were with her, traveling to a school in the southern province of Zabul, were injured in the same bombing, one critically, Kerry said in a statement.

    “She was everything a Foreign Service Officer should be: smart, capable, eager to serve, and deeply committed to our country and the difference she was making for the Afghan people,” Kerry said. “She tragically gave her young life working to give young Afghans the opportunity to have a better future.”

    In a somber address to State Department employees in Istanbul, Kerry paid tribute to Smedinghoff.

    There is no greater contradiction, Kerry said, between Smedinghoff's zeal to "change the world" and help others and a bomber who he said drove a car into their vehicle.

    "Folks who want to kill people, and that's all they want to do, are scared of knowledge. They want to shut the doors," Kerry said.

    "Here is a huge challenge for us. Here's a confrontation with modernity, with possibilities, with everything that our country stands for."

    Smedinghoff, 25, served as Kerry’s main embassy guide and aide during his two-day visit late last month. That assignment, as a “control officer,” is considered an honor and a mark of promise for young Foreign Service officers.

    The diplomat began an assignment as a press officer in Kabul last summer after spending two years at the U.S. Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela, where she worked in the consular section. Smedinghoff graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a degree in international relations, said her parents, Tom and Mary Beth Smedinghoff.

    The Smedinghoffs, who live in the Chicago area, said in an e-mail that their daughter joined the State Department straight out of college.

    “She particularly enjoyed the opportunity to work directly with the Afghan people and was always looking for opportunities to reach out and help to make a difference in the lives of those living in a country ravaged by war,” they said. “We are consoled knowing that she was doing what she loved, and that she was serving her country by helping to make a positive difference in the world.”

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/world...ee3-11e2-a941-a19bce7af755_story.html?hpid=z1
    Latest Given Reputation Points:
    Man Against Time: 7,831 Points (give credit to the d00d who got that for you. Bitch, I not be your secretary muthafucka) Apr 7, 2013
    Apocales: 10,305 Points Apr 12, 2013
    rust: 11,428 Points Apr 19, 2013

Share This Page