34 US troops injured in recent Iranian strike: Pentagon




  • Thirty-four all out individuals have been determined to have blackouts and TBI (horrible mind damage)," Pentagon. 
  • Trump had at first said that no Americans were harmed in the strike on the Ain al-Asad base in western Iraq.

WASHINGTON: Nearly three dozen US troops endured awful cerebrum wounds or blackout in the ongoing Iranian airstrike on an army installation in Iraq lodging American workforce, the Pentagon said Friday. 

"Thirty-four all out individuals have been determined to have blackouts and TBI (awful mind damage)," Pentagon representative Jonathan Hoffman told correspondents. 

US President Donald Trump had at first said that no Americans were harmed in the strike on the Ain al-Asad base in western Iraq prior this month in spite of the fact that specialists later announced that 11 soldiers were harmed.