The Tragic Truth Of Accidental Deaths In Combat Zones

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There have been efforts to reduce non-hostile deaths in the U.S. military, but have those efforts really paid off?

The only person who died during my deployment to Iraq in 2003 to 2004 was U.S. Army Sgt. Landis Garrison. Other people, such as Brandon Ramsey of the 933rd Military Police Company, died, but they were not from my unit, the 333rd. Still, the manner in which both Ramsey and Garrison died is similar. They were not shot by insurgents.

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