The US military’s ranking in the FIFA rankings was last among developed countries, as the number of soldiers deployed in the field decreased during the war.
US servicemen have been deployed in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Afghanistan-Pakistan, and now Iraq, while the number in the Middle East and North Africa are in the single digits.
But while there are fewer troops deployed in Africa, it’s still an extremely large percentage of the world’s population.
The number of US soldiers in Iraq was the highest in history.
The country has more than 4 million troops in the region, but that’s not enough to maintain the country’s security, according to the Pentagon.
“It’s not even close,” said John J. Brennan, the Pentagon’s top spokesman.
“I don’t know how much longer the US can sustain a military presence there.”
In addition, the military is in the midst of a major expansion in Afghanistan.
The US has nearly 1,100 military personnel in Afghanistan, according the Defense Department.
That’s up from the 765 troops in Afghanistan when Obama took office, according an October 2016 report by the Rand Corporation.
The new deployment has increased the US military presence in Afghanistan from 2,800 troops to 4,500.
The US has not been able to maintain its presence in Iraq despite spending billions of dollars in the country.
Iraq has had fewer troops than Afghanistan since 2003, when President George W. Bush left office.
But in a report last month, the New America Foundation found that there was no real increase in Iraq’s security during the Bush years.
The United States has been fighting in Afghanistan since 2001, and the US troop levels in Afghanistan are at the highest level in decades, according a report from the RAND Corporation.