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More Than 100 Troops Have Brain Injuries From Iran Missile Strike, Pentagon Says

NYTimes.com Monday, 10 February 2020
The number of troops injured has steadily increased since the Jan. 8 attack.
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The Pentagon announced that over 100 U.S. troops have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries after the Iranian missile strikes.

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