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By battleground, the Lebanese Army martyrs died in the following places:
    Ersal: 31 martyrs
    Tripoli: 20
    Saida and Abra: 20
    Ras Baalbeck: 14
    Different areas between Akkar and Anjar: 6

By military rank, the predominant majority of fatalities were soldiers, a total of 30 out of 91. Table 1 illustrates the rank of the Lebanese Army martyrs killed in battle.

 
 
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By age, a majority of 32 martyrs were in the age group 26 to 30. The fatalities by age broke down as follows:
    21 and below:    14 martyrs
    Between 22 and 25:    23 martyrs
    Between 26 and 30:    32 martyrs
    Between 31 and 35:    13 martyrs
    Above 35:        9 martyrs
 
By social status, more than half of the martyrs, 52, were unmarried. Those who were married broke down as follows:
    Married with no children:         11 martyrs
    Married with one or two children:     23 martyrs
    Married with three or more children:    5 martyrs
 
By place of registration, the majority of the victims were from the Qada’a of Akkar, then the Qada’a of Baalbeck as illustrated in Table 2.
 
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