and Afghan people. Between U.S. and Afghan people there has been a total of 111,000 dead and over 116,000 seriously injured in the Afghanistan War (Crawford). On the U.S. side, 2,350 troops died during the war and 20,092 were injured. Out of the 20,000 injured 1,645 troops lost a limb and some lost all (Amadeo). Not all injuries were physical some were mental such as over 320,000 troops that fought in Afghanistan suffered a traumatic brain injury and around 138,000 troops have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (Amadeo).
What is suicide? Suicide is defined as the act of killing yourself because you do not want to continue living (Meriam-Webster Dictionary). According to the World Health Organization (WHO), over 800,000 people die through suicide annually. The suicide rates increase every year. A lot of people have considered ending their lives due to the current situation
To appeal to logos she uses a fair amount of facts and statistics, “In the Army Air Forces, or AAF, there were 52,651 stateside aircraft accidents over the course of the war, killing 14,903 personnel. Though some of these personnel were probably on coastal patrol and other duties, it can be presumed that the vast majority were trainees, killed without ever seeing a combat theater. In the three months in which Phil’s men trained as a crew, 3,041 AAF planes--more than 33 per day--met with accidents stateside, killing nine men per day. In subsequent months, death tallies exceeding 500 were common. In August 1943, 590 airmen would die stateside, 19 per day (61).” This rather large quote establishes logos due to her use of statistics and numbers.
U.S. forces had 54 killed and 425 wounded in the initial attack in November. By 23 December, when the operation was officially concluded, the casualty number had risen to 95 killed and 560 wounded. British forces had 4 killed and 10 wounded in two separate attacks in the outskirts of Fallujah while Iraqi forces suffered 8 killed and 43 wounded. Estimates of insurgent casualties are complicated by a lack of official figures. Most estimates places the number of insurgents killed at around 1,200 to 1,500, with some estimations as high as over 2,000 killed.
Challenges in Afghanistan has seen Afghanistan has been seeing challenges since 1970 During the past 20 years regard 2.5 millions of Afghans had died because of war Afghanistan is better off now than 2001 because of the harsh things that the taliban 's have done to the Afghanistans Challenges Canada has seen September 2006 in the battle 300 militants and 5 canadians died 45 canadians had died for bombing and etc. In January 15 2006 a canadian soldier Diplomat Glyn Berry because the first civilian to die in the mission in afghanistan. Berry was killed in a suicide attack on armoured vehicle he was driving. More than 1,800 Canadians have been wounded In May 17 Nicola Goddard, first Canadian women to die in action while serving in a combat role September 3rd four canadian soldiers are killed and 9 others were injured in the medusa mission Canada has spent more than $18 billion dollars for the veterinarians and much more Talibans Womens have suffered the most such sextual assualt, killed, forced as slaves Talibans are mostly pashtun Taliban 's go by the rule
How did the gunman obtain the weapon? This could have been prevented. According to research, more than 30,000 U.S. men, women and children die each year from gunshot wounds, the highest homicide rate from guns in the world. Of those 30,000 deaths, only about 1,500 are due to accidental shootings. Additionally according to research, Great Britain, France, Germany,
One author of an article finds out through his research that around 30,000 people die each year from guns (Lunger 10). The article goes on listing some more of the specifics of who is killed by firearms every year such as, around 600 people of these victims are under the age of fifteen, and about 3,500 are between the ages of fifteen to 19. Note that only around a seventh of these deaths occur because of accidents with a firearm. More than half of the deaths (53%) are due to suicides. The rest of the deaths caused by firearms are because of homicides.
Think about how it would feel to lose a very close family member or a close friend. Thousands of people don’t have to think about how it feels because they feel that way almost every day. In the world, over 100,000 people die a day from diseases, cancer, accidents, suicide, and so much more. The third leading cause of death in the world is accidents. That includes work accidents, family accidents, friendly accidents, and car accidents.
In mass shootings, people die. And all those people have died have families. According to Gun Violence Archive, there have been 618 deaths and 1,122 injuries this year alone due to mass shootings. In 2016, mass shootings were at its peak with 432 deaths. In order for a mass shooting to happen you need a gun.