Pentagon: 109 troops suffer brain injuries from Iran strike


The Pentagon is not reporting more cases of troops with traumatic brain injury after last month's missile strike in a rock the number has nearly doubled now the Pentagon says about one hundred nine the military members have traumatic brain injury after effects from the Iranian ballistic missile attack at a base in western Iraq the number's been steadily increasing up from sixty four reported last week but the Pentagon says most of the injured have been able to return to duty while some thirty are being treated or undergoing evaluation joint chiefs chairman general mark Millie says it's possible the symptoms of TB I from that attack will become apparent for a year or so the military is looking for ways to help prevent brain injuries on the battlefield Jackie Quinn Washington

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