List of Afghan Security Forces Fatality Reports in Afghanistan

List Of Afghan Security Forces Fatality Reports In Afghanistan

This is a partial list of Afghan security forces members killed in the War in Afghanistan (2001–present).

Besides serving as an indicator of some of the numbers of policemen, soldiers and private military contractors (PMCs) deaths during specific time periods, this article allows readers to investigate the circumstances of those deaths by reading the citation articles.

By October 14, 2009, overall it was confirmed that more than 5,500 soldiers and policemen were killed since the start of the war.

Based on the numbers below, in the Afghan Defence and Interior Ministry section figures, by November 22, 2011, more than 10,157 soldiers and policemen had been killed since the start of the war.

In addition, seven soldiers were also reported captured in the period between March 21, 2008, and March 20, 2009, three on June 30, 2009, and eight on August 3, 2010.

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