The United States withdrew its last combat brigades from Iraq in August 2010; coalition forces are still engaged in combat in Afghanistan. Some 5,029 coalition forces died during the Second Iraq War, including 4,792 Americans and 179 British forces. Total Iraqi dead are estimated at 60,000. In Afghanistan, coalition deaths in Operation Enduring Freedom number 2,702, among them 1,760 Americans. It is estimated that over 100,000 soldiers, sailors, and marines have been wounded in these wars. The mental damage and the personal problems caused by the wars cannot even be estimated.