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4 Americans dead in blast at Bagram Airfield

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U.S. service members killed in Afghanistan
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2 U.S. Service members killed in Afghanistan
WASHINGTON, Nov. 12, 2016 — Defense Secretary Ash Carter said in a statement
that he was “deeply saddened” to learn that an explosion at Bagram Airfield in
Afghanistan just after 5:30 a.m. local time resulted in U.S. casualties.

An apparent suicide bomber took the lives of two U.S. service members and two U.S.
contractors working on the base, Carter said. The explosion wounded 16 other U.S.
service members and one Polish soldier participating in the NATO mission, he added.

“I want to express my sincere condolences to the families of the fallen, and I want to
reassure the loved ones of those injured that they are getting the best possible care,
”the defense secretary said. “Force protection is always a top priority for us in
Afghanistan, and we will investigate this tragedy to determine any steps we can take
to improve it.”

“For those who carried out this attack, my message is simple,” Carter said. “We will
not be deterred in our mission to protect our homeland and help Afghanistan secure
its own future.”

Response teams at Bagram continue to treat the wounded and investigate the
incident, Resolute Support mission officials said in a statement.

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