One US Soldier Killed, Four Injured in Attack in Somalia
09 June, 2018, 03:11
One of the wounded US service members received sufficient medical care in the field, and the other three were medically evacuated for additional treatment.
The extent to which USA troops are assisting behind the scenes or fighting shoulder-to-shoulder with local troops has become a point of contention, not only in Somalia but also in other parts of the world where US forces are helping fight extremist groups by backing proxy forces.
A U.S. special forces soldier has been killed in an attack by suspected al-Shabab militants in south-western Somalia, officials say. The injured service members were medevaced to Djibouti, where US Africa Command (AFRICOM) maintains its Camp Lemonnier base.
Approximately 800 troops from the Somali and Kenyan forces, assisted by USA soldiers, were conducting a multi-day operation to root out al Shabaab militants and establish a permanent combat outpost.
A US service member has been killed and four others injured in Somalia, the USA military confirmed Friday.
In Somalia, U.S. forces working alongside Somali National Security Forces and Kenyan Defense Forces came under attack from mortar and small arms fire at about 2:45 p.m. local time, Africom said.
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The American forces were operating alongside Somali troops.
The forces were also setting up "a permanent combat outpost" to help expand the Somali government's control over the region, where the jihadist insurgency for years has destabilized the east African nation, particularly in rural areas. Afterward, Africa Command revisited the protection that USA troops in Africa on operations. It was unclear whether all 800 US, Kenyan and Somali troops were present when the attack took place.
Hundreds of newly trained al-Shabab fighters perform military exercises in the Lafofe area south of Mogadishu, Somalia, on February 17, 2011.
On Monday, the United States military said it killed 49 members of al-Shabaab in three separate airstrike over a period of 12 days. The US said no civilians were killed during the strikes.
The statement does not specify who carried out the attack, but reports say the al Qaeda-affiliated al Shabaab is suspected.
Around 500 American forces are stationed throughout Somalia including a number of Special Operations units comprised Army Green Berets, Marine Raiders and Navy SEALS.
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