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Good stuff. How did you find them?I fear that the popular perception is that all we're doing is sending more troops "to do the same thing". False, of course, but hard to combat. The newspapers do such a poor job of explaining strategy.Have you seen the Pentagon Channel website? pentagonchannel.mil I find it invaluable. They post all of the press conferences and most are fantastic sources of information. Transcripts are here http://www.defenselink.mil/transcripts/
I found the series by accident when viewing some other videos. thought it was interesting.I do watch the pentagon channel when I can. it has some pretty good information.
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This sign is found on the barriers just inside the gates at Camp Fallujah. A reminder to all that go "outside the wire" not to forget their training, keep their eyes open and their blades sharpened.