Nah, innocence wouldn't really be applicable to either side. When we round somebody up, they're guilty by association. If you're around to be caught, then you're an enemy combatant*. From their perspective of the US military, the same rule would apply, but actually have some legitimacy. Every single military person over there would be an enemy combatant. I don't share Ohgar's belief that it's cool when soldiers off themselves, or constitutes some karmic justice, as I don't see any direct correlation between service and committing atrocities. I certainly do see his point of view that they shouldn't be held less accountable than those they're fighting, though.
*I believe the current ROE regarding drone strikes is that any male of adult age is considered a combatant and fair game. The only civilian casualties that count when something get's Mavericked is females and children.