Harold Joseph "Harry" Greene (February 11, 1959 – August 5, 2014) was a United States Army general who was killed during the War in Afghanistan. During his time with the U.S. Army, he held various commands associated with engineering and logistical support for U.S. and coalition troops. At the time of his death, he was deputy commanding general of Combined Security Transition Command – Afghanistan.

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  • Harold „Harry“ J. Greene (* 1959 in Boston, Massachusetts; † 5. August 2014 in Kabul) war ein US-amerikanischer Major General der US Army, der im Afghanistankrieg fiel. (de)
  • ハロルド・ジョーゼフ・"ハリー"・グリーン(Harold Joseph "Harry" Greene, 1959年2月11日 - 2014年8月5日)は、アメリカ合衆国の軍人。アメリカ陸軍の将校として長年勤務し、アフガニスタン紛争の最中にアフガニスタン治安復興支援統合部隊副司令官に就任した。2014年、キャンプ・カルガにてアフガニスタン国軍の兵士による襲撃を受け戦死した。最終階級は少将。 グリーンの戦死は、米軍の将官が職務中に死亡した事例としては2001年のアメリカ同時多発テロ事件にて殺害されたティモシー・モード陸軍中将以来のものであり、またアメリカ国外に限ればベトナム戦争中の1972年5月に事故死したレンブラント・ロビンソン海軍少将以来の事例となる。グリーンはいわゆる対テロ戦争における戦死者のうち、最高階級の米軍人である。 (ja)
  • Harold Joseph "Harry" Greene (February 11, 1959 – August 5, 2014) was a United States Army general who was killed during the War in Afghanistan. During his time with the U.S. Army, he held various commands associated with engineering and logistical support for U.S. and coalition troops. At the time of his death, he was deputy commanding general of Combined Security Transition Command – Afghanistan. At the rank of major general, Greene was the highest-ranking American service member killed by hostile action since Lieutenant General Timothy J. Maude was killed in the September 11 attacks, and the highest-ranking service member killed on foreign soil during a war since Rear Admiral Rembrandt Cecil Robinson was killed during the Vietnam War in May 1972. To date, Greene is also the highest ranking American officer to be killed in combat in the ongoing Global War on Terrorism. Greene was killed at Camp Qargha, Afghanistan when a member of the Afghan National Army opened fire on a delegation of general officers and other dignitaries who were conducting an inspection tour. Fourteen NATO and Afghan service members were wounded in the attack. The attacker was killed at the scene when NATO service members returned fire; a subsequent investigation indicated that the Afghan soldier, a 22 year old Pashtun, was motivated by unhappiness over being denied leave to travel home during the Eid al-Fitr holiday. (en)
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  • A photograph of a grinning man in a United States Army uniform. Behind the man are two separate flags that comprise the background, one being the national flag of the United States of America and the other being the personal standard of a United States Army major general.
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  • Amelia Greene
  • Eva S. Greene
  • Harold F. Greene
  • Matthew Greene
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  • Sue Myers
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  • Harold „Harry“ J. Greene (* 1959 in Boston, Massachusetts; † 5. August 2014 in Kabul) war ein US-amerikanischer Major General der US Army, der im Afghanistankrieg fiel. (de)
  • ハロルド・ジョーゼフ・"ハリー"・グリーン(Harold Joseph "Harry" Greene, 1959年2月11日 - 2014年8月5日)は、アメリカ合衆国の軍人。アメリカ陸軍の将校として長年勤務し、アフガニスタン紛争の最中にアフガニスタン治安復興支援統合部隊副司令官に就任した。2014年、キャンプ・カルガにてアフガニスタン国軍の兵士による襲撃を受け戦死した。最終階級は少将。 グリーンの戦死は、米軍の将官が職務中に死亡した事例としては2001年のアメリカ同時多発テロ事件にて殺害されたティモシー・モード陸軍中将以来のものであり、またアメリカ国外に限ればベトナム戦争中の1972年5月に事故死したレンブラント・ロビンソン海軍少将以来の事例となる。グリーンはいわゆる対テロ戦争における戦死者のうち、最高階級の米軍人である。 (ja)
  • Harold Joseph "Harry" Greene (February 11, 1959 – August 5, 2014) was a United States Army general who was killed during the War in Afghanistan. During his time with the U.S. Army, he held various commands associated with engineering and logistical support for U.S. and coalition troops. At the time of his death, he was deputy commanding general of Combined Security Transition Command – Afghanistan. (en)
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  • Harold J. Greene (de)
  • ハロルド・グリーン (ja)
  • Harold J. Greene (en)
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