A casualty is a person who suffered an accident, injury, or other trauma. It often referred to fatalities, but non-fatal injuries were also considered casualties.

Military use indicated those combatants rendered combat-ineffective, whether by death, injury, or capture. Civilian casualties was a military term that described civilian or non-combatant persons killed or injured by military action.

During wars, such as the Dominion War, the numbers of casualties would increase significantly, especially among military personnel.

During Earth's World War III nuclear weapons accounted for six hundred million casualties. (VOY: "In the Flesh")

Lists of casualties:

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