US Military Claims System for Civilians
In April 2007, the US military released the first-ever documents detailing individual claims for civilian casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan. While the US military attempts to minimize civilian casualties, loss of innocent life is a reality in conflict. Knowing civilians suffer death, injury and property loss during armed conflicts – whether in combat or merely by the presence of military forces – the question arises: What should, or must, the US military do to address the damage caused by military operations to civilians?
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