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Estimated Costs of a Potential Conflict with Iraq
Dan L. Crippen (ed)
In 2002 there was an estimate of the cost of activities related to possible mil. oper. in Iraq. Estimates of the total cost of a mil. conflict with Iraq and such a conflict’s aftermath are uncertain. They depend on many unknown factors, incl. the size of the force that is deployed, the strategy to be used, the duration of the conflict, the no. of casualties, the equip. lost, and the need for reconstruct. of Iraq’s infrastructure. It was estimated that the costs of deploying a force to Iraq would be between $9-14 billion. Prosecuting a war would cost between $6-9 billion/mo. After hostilities end, the costs to return U.S. forces home would range between $5-7 billion. The incremental cost of an occupation following combat oper. could vary from about $1-4 billion/mo. Ill.
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