The Pentagon Says Two U.S. Special Forces Troops Killed In Afghanistan This Week May Have Been Struck By Friendly Fire

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The Pentagon says two U.S. Special Forces troops killed in Afghanistan this week may have been struck by friendly fire. Pentagon spokesman Captain Jeff Davis told reporters Friday that the military was investigating the possibility that the troops might have been killed either by American forces or Afghan commandos taking part in a raid against Islamic…


 




 



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