In a COIN operation, body count alone isn't a good measure of anything. Furthermore, you just outright ignored (or failed to comprehend due to your inability to understand English) that there are examples in history were negative body count was in no way correlated to success or failure.but are you seriously suggesting that if the enemy is killing more of your soldiers than you are of the enemy, you wouldn't see that a bad thing and make adjustments to your operations?
And, again, for a force that has near limitless replacements, a negative body count that results in their opponent finding it increasingly harder to field troops, they are winning. If force A can replace units faster then force B, and it is cheaper per unit for force A, then force A should in pure operational terms, apply attrition to wear down force B barring other strategy.
Thank God you never ran a COIN operation.Thank God!, you never served in the military.
Still have no idea where Malaya is eh?