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The US promised more than half a billion in aid to Ukraine in 2020. About 40% of it was for the military.
The 20-year conflict lasted over four administrations
Since 2001, Afghanistan was the largest recipient of US foreign aid funds.
Most terrorist attacks in the US are non-lethal and are motivated by a wide range of extremist ideologies.
The cabinet-level department was created following the terrorist attack, combining agencies from across the federal government.
In July, Congress approved thousands of special visas for Afghans who aided the US.
Military personnel reported 144 instances of “unidentified aerial phenomena.”
This Memorial Day, a review of military deaths shows fewer deployed service members led to fewer deaths.
The nation promised $3.8 billion in aid to Israel in 2019. All but 0.2% was for the military.
In short, the data to fully answer this question isn’t available, though based on available government data and documents, there may be over 80,000 military personnel in the regions.
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