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Saturday, December 22, 2007

Voices From The War


Just a sampling of what the Lame Stream will not report on.......

KIRKUK - Iraqi Police (IP) uncovered a major weapons cache in Kirkuk province, Dec. 18. The discovery was made during a series of pre-dawn raids at suspected cache sites. The operation was led by the IP into the town of Ruwadah, approximately 25 miles west of Kirkuk city. The operation was named "Kura Azakan" (The Brave Men) by Gen. Sarhadt, outer Hawijah District police chief, because Coalition forces and IP had not been in the area recently and because the IP had gone in without Coalition presence. [...]

A 10th Mountain Division Soldier inventories a portion of over 7 tons of ordinance discovered by Iraqi Police, Dec. 18, around 25 miles west of Kirkuk. Photo by Maj. Sean Wilson, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division Public Affairs.

BAGHDAD - Multi-National Division - Baghdad Soldiers arrested an alleged terrorist technical advisor and an improvised explosive device cell leader during two raids in the Doura neighborhoods in the Rashid District Dec. 17. [...]

BAGHDAD - Iraqi Security Volunteers arrested a suspected al-Qaeda operative and handed him to the 'Warriors' of Company B, 2nd Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Inf. Div., attached to Task Force Dragon Dec. 18 in Doura.

In a separate incident, Multi-National Division - Baghdad Soldiers arrested an alleged member of an anti-aircraft cell in the Doura neighborhood of the Rashid District Dec. 17.

Soldiers from Troop B, 1st Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division arrested the man who is believed to be a member of an anti-aircraft cell after receiving a tip the suspected terrorist from Arab Jabor was in their area of operations.

Both suspected terrorists were taken to a Coalition Forces detention facility for further questioning.

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Coalition forces detained two wanted individuals and four additional suspects during operations today targeting al-Qaeda networks in central and northern Iraq. [...]

FORWARD OPERATING BASE ISKANDARIYAH, Iraq - Iraqi Security Forces and Coalition Forces recently took ground in North Babil previously occupied by al-Qaeda in Iraq and began establishing a new patrol base there Dec. 16.

Before dawn broke, Soldiers of the 3rd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division staged their vehicles and equipment for the start of the assault phase of Operation Marne Roundup, a Multi-National Division - Center operation designed to clear AQI from the Iskandariyah area in North Babil. [...]

Soldiers from 3rd Battalion, 7th Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, patrol near Khidr in north Babil. The unit is the main effort in an operation to establish a patrol base in an area where AQI is believed to have operated recently. U.S. Army photo by Spc. Adam Prickel.

BAGHDAD - Iraqi National Police graduated from the first Carabinieri-trained Iraqi National Police Course Dec. 18 here at Camp Dublin. [...]

Iraqi National Police prepare to breach a building during a simulated scenario for distinguished visitors at the Carabinieri-trained National Police Course graduation, Dec. 18. The 450 National Police graduates are the first class to complete the eight-week Carabinieri trained course at Camp Dublin, Iraq. Photo by U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Erica R. Gardner.

WASHINGTON - Iraqi and Coalition forces killed one suspected terrorist and detained 24 others in Iraq over the past two days, military officials said.

During operations to disrupt criminal networks Friday, Coalition forces captured two suspected "special groups" leaders and detained three other suspects near Baghdad in the Mashru and Kadhimiya areas. Intelligence led ground forces to the target area south of Baghdad in Mashru, where they captured one criminal group leader and detained another suspected criminal. [...]