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Iraq war death number 4,000 happened as a result of a roadside bomb, which has been a typical way our troops have died in that war.
As we reached this dubious milestone in a war that seemingly has no end, the USA Today newspaper made a commendable effort to put names and details on the numbers.
It reported, for example, that more than half (52 percent) of the 4,000 U.S. deaths were from bombs. Only 16 percent died by enemy gunfire.
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