Special Report

Each State's Death Toll in America's Post 9/11 Wars

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30. Kansas
> State residents killed in post 9/11 conflicts: 1.1% of all US deaths (78 total)
> State residents killed in Iraq War: 1.1% of US deaths in conflict (50 total)
> State residents killed in Afghanistan War: 1.2% of US deaths in conflict (28 total)
> Veterans who served in post 9/11 era living in state: 1.8% of adult population (39,730 total)

29. Arkansas
> State residents killed in post 9/11 conflicts: 1.3% of all US deaths (92 total)
> State residents killed in Iraq War: 1.4% of US deaths in conflict (63 total)
> State residents killed in Afghanistan War: 1.2% of US deaths in conflict (29 total)
> Veterans who served in post 9/11 era living in state: 1.9% of adult population (43,684 total)

28. Minnesota
> State residents killed in post 9/11 conflicts: 1.4% of all US deaths (98 total)
> State residents killed in Iraq War: 1.5% of US deaths in conflict (68 total)
> State residents killed in Afghanistan War: 1.3% of US deaths in conflict (30 total)
> Veterans who served in post 9/11 era living in state: 1.1% of adult population (49,217 total)

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27. South Carolina
> State residents killed in post 9/11 conflicts: 1.5% of all US deaths (101 total)
> State residents killed in Iraq War: 1.3% of US deaths in conflict (60 total)
> State residents killed in Afghanistan War: 1.7% of US deaths in conflict (41 total)
> Veterans who served in post 9/11 era living in state: 2.2% of adult population (89,618 total)

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26. Alabama
> State residents killed in post 9/11 conflicts: 1.5% of all US deaths (106 total)
> State residents killed in Iraq War: 1.6% of US deaths in conflict (73 total)
> State residents killed in Afghanistan War: 1.4% of US deaths in conflict (33 total)
> Veterans who served in post 9/11 era living in state: 2.1% of adult population (81,863 total)

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