September 4, 2011

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NATO helicopter crashes in Afghanistan, 31 U.S. Soldiers Killed
A total of 31 U.S. special forces soldiers were killed in NATO helicopter crash in eastern Afghanistan. Seven Afghan soldiers were also killed in the incident. Afghan President Hamid Karzai expressed his condolences over the deadly incident. "The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai expressed his condolences at the loss of NATO helicopters and the death of 31 members of U.S. special forces," the Afghan president's office statement as reported by AFP on Saturday (08/06/2011). "President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan expressed deep sympathy and condolence to U.S. President Barack Obama and the families of the victims," remarked. Events that occurred on Friday, August 5 late-night local time was a single incident with the largest death toll for coalition forces in Afghanistan since the start of the war in 2001 ago. In addition to killing 31 U.S. soldiers, seven Afghan special forces personnel were also killed so that the total death toll is 38 people. "This helicopter crashed in Wardak province last night, as a result, 31 U.S. special forces personnel lost their lives," the presidential statement. "In this incident, seven Afghan troops were also killed." Unspecified cause of the collapse of NATO helicopters.

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22 Join Forces elite Navy SEAL Killed As NATO Helicopter Fall
The U.S. military still in shock after a helicopter crashed in eastern Afghanistan, killing 31 Americans. How not, within the 31 soldiers killed there is also a 22 elite Navy SEALs. As quoted by CNN on Sunday (07/08/2011), claimed the incident was the deadliest since the start of the war in Afghanistan for a decade. "The rebels are believed to have shot down helicopters," said local military officials. The majority of Navy SEALs killed were members of a secret unit that carried out the attack and kill Osama bin Laden in May, although they are not the same person, the official said. "It's a big loss for the SEALs," said one military official. Previously reported, 31 U.S. special forces soldier killed in NATO helicopter crash in eastern Afghanistan. Seven Afghan soldiers were also killed in the incident. Afghan President Hamid Karzai expressed his condolences over the deadly incident. "The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai expressed his condolences at the loss of NATO helicopters and the death of 31 members of U.S. special forces," the Afghan president's office statement as reported by AFP on Saturday (6 / 8) yesterday. "President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan expressed deep sympathy and condolence to U.S. President Barack Obama and the families of the victims," ​​remarked. Events that occurred on Friday, August 5 late-night local time was a single incident with the largest death toll for coalition forces in Afghanistan since the start of the war in 2001 ago. In addition to killing 31 U.S. soldiers, seven Afghan special forces personnel were also killed so that the total death toll is 38 people. "This helicopter crashed in Wardak province last night, as a result, 31 U.S. special forces personnel lost their lives," the presidential statement. "In this incident, seven Afghan troops were also killed." Unspecified cause of the collapse of NATO helicopters.
 
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