Two US service members killed in combat operations

Two US service members killed in combat operations

Two US service members killed in combat operations

Two American service members died in Iraq early Sunday in what authorities described as an incident not related to enemy combat, ABC News reported.

The mission notes that initial reports suggest the casualties did not come as a result of "enemy contact". Notwithstanding the two troops killed Sunday, five different USA troops have been slaughtered in Iraq in the battle against IS, incorporating two in the fight to retake the northern city of Mosul.

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The troops are mainly providing training and logistic support to the Iraqi forces, in addition to airstrikes by a US -led global coalition.

Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend, the administrator of US strengths doing combating the Islamic State aggregate in Iraq, said the coalition "sends our most profound sympathies to these legends' families, companions and partners".

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A month after Iraq's Prime Minister Haider Al Abadi declared victory over ISIS in Mosul, the coalition continues to aid the Iraqi armed forces fight against ISIS in other towns throughout the country.

USA troops have been helping support Iraqi forces battling the Islamic State group - "a truly evil enemy" in the words of Lt. Gen. Stephen J. Townsend, Operation Inherent Resolve commander.

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On August 2 another U.S. military service member was killed in a non-combat incident in Kuwait.

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