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Re: CIA Discloses Korean Spy Records
If you counted ever time when a green troop fired at a noise when
there was patrol out in the area, you might come close to the 10%
figure. Guess we'll just have to agree to disagree since there is
no way to accurately list or classify "friendly fire."
>I was using a ballpark figure, which I do not believe is exceedingly
>high. As you say, we have no way of knowing exact numbers of
>"friendly-fire" incidents, so I used a ballpark number (for which I
>apologize, but I wanted to make a point). Also it is important to
>remember that "friendly-fire" incidents need not involve death, nor for
>that matter injury to human beings. My understanding, and I could be
>wrong, is that the term merely refers to any incident in which troops
>accidentally fire upon their comrades.
>Alexander M. Bielakowski
>Kansas State University
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