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Thursday, October 18, 2007

Michael Yon...This Week In War and Achievments of the Human Heart

What would we do without these men reporting from the front? Do what our parents did in the late 1960s and early 1970s? Listening the the Lame Stream Losers?

Michael on “This Week at War”

Overwatch: British Forces in southern Iraq are transitioning to a mission defined more by overwatch, training Iraqi forces and patrolling the Iranian border.

Michael was interviewed from Basra, Iraq as part of a segment entitled “The British Troop Drawdown: Can the Iraqis control Basra?” Also featured in this segment was Nic Robertson, CNN Senior International Correspondent, reporting from Baghdad. The October 13th broadcast of CNN’s “This Week at War” aired on Saturday at 7pm Eastern and was re-broadcast on Sunday, October 14th at 1pm Eastern.


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Achievements of the Human Heart

Achievements of the Human Heart

When the 1-4 CAV first arrived to set up COP Amanche, the neighorbood looked beyond hope.

On April 30, 2007, I published the conclusion of a two-part dispatch, Desires of the Human Heart, about the efforts of the 1-4 CAV to transform an abandoned seminary into COP Amanche, an outpost in a Baghdad neighborhood that had been all but deserted after more than a year of sectarian violence. One of the last photographs, shown below, depicted the 1-4 Commander, LTC James Crider, looking out over the compound which his soldiers had managed to make operational over the course of a single weekend. I captioned the photograph with this modestly optimistic thought:


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