No Israeli casualties have been reported thus far, although one man was reportedly seriously injured when a rocket struck his car.
Add the fighting before that, and the American casualties came to over 62,000.
Among these 312 casualties, 61, or roughly 20 percent, were children and 28 were female.
Union forces had suffered about 50,000 casualties; the Confederates, about 32,000.
When General David Petraeus implemented the surge, it was estimated that there were an additional 50 American casualties a month.
Only 15 casualties were reported from the whole Brigade, none of which fell to the share of our Battalion.
Their casualties were reported as three killed and twelve wounded.
The total Allied casualties were not as large as the number of Germans taken prisoner.
Yet they were subject to a raking fire that cost them hundreds of casualties.
casualties were not exceptionally heavy, but the strenuous work and perpetual stress of the nerves told on them.
early 15c., "chance, accident; incidental charge," from casual (adj.) on model of royalty, penalty, etc. Casuality had some currency 16c.-17c. but is now obsolete. Meaning "losses in numbers from a military or other troop" is from late 15c. Meaning "an individual killed, wounded, or lost in battle" is from 1844.