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The Pentagon announces a new outcome of the injuries of its soldiers on the Iranian strike on Ain Al

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The Pentagon announced that the number of American military personnel who suffered concussion in the brain as a result of ballistic missiles launched by Iran at Ain Al-Assad base in western Iraq in early January increased to 109 soldiers, an increase of 45 military personnel from the results announced at the end of last month.
Of the 109 military personnel who all suffer from "slight concussion", 76 (about 70 percent) returned to service in their units, while only one was treated at a US military hospital in Germany, and the rest were treated in Iraq, the US Department of Defense said in a statement.
As for the remaining military personnel, 27 of them were transferred to an American military hospital in Germany for treatment or further medical examinations, while the other seven are "on the way to transfer them from Iraq to Germany," according to "AFP."
Of the 27 military personnel transferred to Germany today, one of them has recovered and returned to service in Iraq, while 21 military personnel have been transferred to the United States, while the remaining five are still undergoing further checks in Germany.
"We are grateful for the efforts of our medical staff who worked hard to provide appropriate care for our soldiers, which enabled 70 percent of them to return to service," Pentagon spokeswoman Elisa Farah said in a statement. "We must continue to ensure their physical and mental health."
At the dawn of January 8, Iran launched ballistic missiles at two American bases, where a number of the 5,200 American soldiers are stationed in Iraq, in response to the assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani with an American raid in Baghdad.
The Pentagon attributed the steady rise in the number of infected to the fact that the symptoms of cerebral concussion often take several days before they appear.


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A senior US official said that Iranian attacks on American bases in Iraq, to ​​avenge the killing of Soleimani, had caused more than 100 American soldiers with brain tremors, according to Reuters news agency.
On January 31, 2020, the US Department of Defense confirmed the registration of 14 new cases of concussion, among American soldiers, after the last Iranian bombing that targeted two bases in Iraq, bringing the total number to 64.
NBC News said 39 soldiers had returned to duty, while everyone's injuries were "light."

And US Defense Secretary Mike Esber had initially announced that there were no injuries to his soldiers as a result of the Iranian strike.
It is worth noting that on January 8, 2020, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards bombed the "Ain al-Assad" bases in Anbar Province in western Iraq, and "Harir" in Arbil, where the American forces are stationed, in response to the assassination of the commander of the "Quds Force" of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Qassem Soleimani, An American raid near Baghdad airport.




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[size=18]The Pentagon announced on Monday that 109 US soldiers have been diagnosed with light brain injuries as a result of a missile attack by Iran on a base in Iraq last month.


The ministry said in a statement that "76 of these soldiers have returned to service."
 
For its part, Reuters published a news saying that it was the first to report on Monday that the US military is preparing to report an increase of more than 50 percent in cases of brain injury as a result of the Iranian attack.






 
On January 24, the US Department of Defense confirmed that 34 members of the military had been diagnosed with brain injuries after the strikes launched by Iran on a base in Iraq, the eighth of last January.
 
"The injured, who were first transferred to Germany for treatment, have been transferred to the United States," Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman told reporters.
 
A spokesman for the US Central Command, William Urban, said that "a number of American soldiers were treated after signs of brain concussion appeared on them as a result of the explosions caused by Iranian missiles on the Ain al-Assad air base in Iraq."

 
He added, "With the aim of preventive measures, three soldiers were transferred to Arifjan camp in Kuwait and eight others to Landstuhl Hospital in Germany."
 
The Iranian Revolutionary Guard had fired more than 10 ballistic missiles at the Ein al-Assad bases in Anbar and Harir in Arbil, Iraqi Kurdistan, in response to the killing of the General in the Revolutionary Guards, Qassem Soleimani.
 
At the time of the attack, most of the 1,500 American soldiers at Ein Al-Assad base had been barricaded in shelters after receiving warnings from their superiors.


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