Thursday, September 27, 2007

Iraq update September 27, 2007

Laughing_Wolf from Black Five is over in Iraq and has Iraqi's/U.S. Army 3, Terrorists 0 posted up at Black Five.
  • Some days, life is good. When you have a majority of days when life is good, you know that you have it good and that things may even be getting even better.

    Where I am currently, life is good and there are many signs that it is getting better for everyone here. The larger reasons are for later, but for now I wanted to share one reason life is good for Echo Company ("Team Easy"). It's good because life is getting better for the local Iraqi's.

Pat Dollard has Joint Ops Continue to Kick Ass
  • FOB HAMMER (MNFI) — The 1st Iraqi National Police Brigade recently cleared a road connecting al-Bawi and Stiyah during a combined effort with 1st Battalion, 15th Infantry Regiment, resulting in the killing of six insurgents.

Also from Pat Dollard is Key Meeting On Maliki’s Day Of National Reconciliation
  • Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki called for national reconciliation during his speech at the United Nations yesterday saying “We look at national reconciliation as a life boat, a perpetual peace project and a safe harbor for the political process and the democratic experience.” That was echoed with an historic meeting by Iraqi VP Tariq al-Hashemi and top shia cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani today

From Multi-National Forces - Iraq is Pushing the bad guys out
  • BAGHDAD — A year ago the area to the east of Ramadi was a haven for insurgents who attacked the city. These days much has changed in the surrounding rural lands of the east.
Jeff Emanuel has Developing Iraqi Security Forces: A Long, Difficult, and Dangerous Process - But Not a Hopeless One posted.
  • Samarra, Iraq
    The development of Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) – consisting of Iraqi Police (‘IPs,’ who are under regional control), National Police (‘NPs,’ who belong to the federal government’s Ministry of Interior), and Iraqi Army – has been both a priority and a point of frustration for the coalition forces who are trying to train them as quickly and effectively as possible to fill the role currently being served in Iraq by the U.S. military.

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