Well, less Americans have died in the past 3 years of fighting terrorists than on the one day that terrorists decided to attack us.
And the Americans fighting now- It's their job. That is what they chose to do, and they are payed well because they have a risky job. Many people who have been killed were there with a private company making ten times more than a counterpart in the United States. They accept the risk.
So an American dies in the course of battle. That is a sad thing, but it is an honorable death, and they took a risk.
If we never had wars, then there would be millions of people out of work, and unemployment would be through the roof. Thank God we haven't lost too many people in this conflict, though.
As always- None of my statements are evaluated by the FDA.
My advice is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases unless prescribed by a health practitioner. All information is provided for educational purposes only and should not replace the advice of your medical doctor.
(but your medical doctor will probably end up killing you