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Nancy Reagan, who died on Thursday at 87, is accused of shooting Sergeant Robert Neely, a sergeant in the US Army’s 4th Infantry Division, after an ambush in 2011.
Mr Neely was wounded in the battle, which ended with the death of Mr Neely’s friend Sgt William Gifford.
In his opening statement, Assistant US Attorney Daniel Zullo said Mr Noyle was one of several US soldiers who had been captured by insurgents.
‘He was one in a long line of those who had volunteered to take part in this mission.
He was there for a reason,’ Mr Zullos said.
The defendant was charged with murder and kidnapping and his lawyers did not comment.
A defence attorney declined to comment.
‘He took an oath to protect the US Constitution and his own life and his life was at risk’ In a statement, Sergeant Robert S. Neely described the shooting as a ‘murderous act’ by a US military officer.
”He was in the line of fire, he was a US Army sergeant and he was taken hostage, and that’s when the US soldier went to the driver`s side door, opened the door and shot Sergeant Neely,” Sergeant Robert H. Neesle said.
Mr Reagan has been charged with two counts of murder and one count of kidnapping and two counts related to the killing of Sgt Neely.
Mr Reagan’s lawyers have argued that he acted in self-defence after the US officer, a decorated veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, opened fire on a vehicle he was driving.
Prosecutors say Mr Reagan was trying to rescue a woman who was being held hostage in a Taliban-controlled village in Helmand province when he shot Sgt Neeslese.
The Afghan war, now in its fourth year, has killed more than 10,000 Americans and nearly 1.8 million Afghans.
It has also led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of other civilians, including women and children.
US troops were deployed to Afghanistan to train and advise Afghan security forces, but the military was never able to fully restore power to the government of Afghanistan.
American soldiers were also the first to die in a major Afghan operation, on January 12, 2010, when a US helicopter crashed in the Helmand district of the capital, Kabul.
An investigation later found that a bomb planted by Taliban insurgents was responsible for the crash.
American forces have also lost combat combat operations, including the one against al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, which has taken control of Afghanistan since 2001.