Afghanistan Casualty Trend

2010 estimate is based on the year's first 178 days with the recorded 314 casualties.

June 2010 is based on the first 27 days of that month, with the 2010 annual data based on the year's first 178 days with the recorded 314 casualties.

Afghanistan 'Fighting Season' last from June to September/October, with a slight respite in July.

An earlier article speculating in the causes for the intra-annual casualty trend: https://thecivilisingmission.com/2010/04/05/fighting-season-in-afghanistan/

Source: icasualties.org

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About J.F. Gjersø

PhD in International History, LSE. http://etheses.lse.ac.uk/3202/
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