Airwars said that since 2017, the U.S. military and CIA have caused between 86 to 154 civilian casualties.
An undisclosed number of foreign workers have been living in conditions they describe as jail-like on the sprawling base.
The report credited the drop in casualties in part to the reduction of operations by international forces.
A report by the U.N. mission in Afghanistan noted a drop in civilians killed in the first three months of this year.
A Syrian relief group said that 200,000 men, women and children fled their homes in buses, trucks and cars in recent weeks.
Pompeo told reporters Tuesday that attacks targeting U.N. personnel helping the Afghan people are “unconscionable.”
But the interagency Employee Assistance Program may end after that, according to the HHS provider service.
UNAMA attributed the rise in civilian casualties to an increase in "indiscriminate Taliban attacks in urban areas."
The U.N. documented 1,366 civilians killed and 2,446 wounded in its latest report on Afghan noncombatant casualties.
AFRICOM determined that the deaths in 2018 were improperly passed up to headquarters, following a command review.
There are nearly 15 million American males between the ages of 63 and 78. Approximately 5.5 million are Vietnam-era veterans.
In a letter to VA Secretary Robert Wilkie, Rep. Elaine Luria, D-Va., said the plan was developed with no notice to Congress.
Nearly half of the more than 69,000 claims for "Blue Water Navy" Agent Orange benefits have been processed.
About 200 soldiers going through Basic Combat Training at Sill were issued a full Army Green Service Uniform.
The operations halt follows a pair of recent crashes, including one that killed two military officers.