[size=36]The Pentagon announces a new outcome of the injuries of its soldiers on the Iranian strike on Ain Al-Assad base[/size]
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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.
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.