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Saturday, October 20, 2007

Tell Code Stupid That The Terrorists Need More Money

TARMIYAH, Iraq – Coalition Force Soldiers discovered and destroyed one of the largest weapons caches found in the Salah ad Din Province in the last 15 months Oct. 18.

CF discovered five weapons caches which contained approximately 41,000 pounds of explosives as well as 35 projectiles west of Tarmiya.

The caches were then destroyed by EOD without any additional damage or any casualties.

The fifth cache alone contained 300 separate bags of homemade explosives, each weighing 100 lbs. The crater from the blast measured 100 feet wide, 100 feet long and 30 feet deep.

“A discovery of this magnitude deals a crippling blow to the enemy,” said Col. Bryan Owens, commander, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division. “We will continue to do what is necessary to take weapons from the enemy and provide peace for the Iraqi people.”

The caches were initially discovered by a Coalition Forces helicopter in the area.