National Affairs: U.S. WAR CASUALTIES

Since the Korean war began on June 25, U.S. casualties have averaged one full company, or about 200 men a day. The Defense Department's latest report, dated Nov. 10, listed 646 more casualties, bringing the total for 139 days of the war to 28,881. The breakdown:

DEAD 4,798

WOUNDED 19,740


Total casualties by Services: Army, 24,989; Marine Corps, 3,375; Navy, 311; Air Force, 206. British casualties to date, announced last week: 51 dead, 158 wounded, five missing.


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