Detected Closed Captioning: A U.S. Soldier Was Killed In Combat In Eastern Afghanistan On New Year’s Day — The First Such Death Of A U.S. Service Member In 2018. According To A Statement On Jan. 2 From U.S. Forces-Afghanistan, One U.S. Service Member Was Killed And Four Others Were Wounded During A “combat Engagement” On Monday. The Incident Occured In Nangarhar Province Along The Pakistan Border — An Area Which Has Become A Stronghold For The Islamic State. On Tuesday, Sen. Cory Booker Said That The Army Had Identified The Deceased As Sgt. 1st Class Mihail Golin, A Green Beret From Fort Lee, New Jersey. According To The Army, Two Of The Wounded Soldiers Are Recovering And In Stable Condition. The Other Two Injured Soldiers Have Been Returned To Active Duty. At Least 15 Americans Died In Afghanistan In 2017, According To Icasulties.org. For United News International, In Washington, D.C., I’m Caitlin Mangum.
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