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According to my social studies book, over 15 million men serverd, and 250,000 women served.

According to a US Veterans Administration press release dated April 4, 2007, "4.7 milllion men and women served in the U.S. armed forces during World War I. About 53,000 died in combat, with another 204,000 wounded."j3h.

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World War I (1917–1918) Total servicemembers 4,734,991 Battle deaths 53,402 Other deaths in service (nontheater) 63,114 Nonmortal woundings 204,002 Living US veterans 1 If the question is where there American troops in ww1, answer is yes, if the question is how many the answer is 2 million U.S. troops sent overseas

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126,000

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