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The History of Operation Iraqi Freedom By Edward Emering
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This work provides a complete review of Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2003 to its official conclusion on September 1, 2010. It covers all combatant nation detailing their contributions, assignments in... More > Iraq and their awards. Many of the images have been contributed by the participants themselves and detail numerous many never before seen awards.< Less
Operation Iraqi Freedom - 2007 By Bill Ragan
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This is a photographic review of Operation Iraqi Freedom in the second half of 2007. Photographs, supplied by the U.S. Defense Department, show some of the efforts made by military units from... More > several nations.< Less
Strategic Reflections: Operation Iraqi Freedom (July 2004 - February 2007) By George W. Casey, Jr.
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Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom were the first major wars of the 21st century. They will not be the last. They have significantly impacted how our government and military think about... More > prosecuting wars. They will have a generational impact on the U.S. military, as its future leaders, particularly those in the ground forces, will for decades be men and women who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.* I believe it is imperative that leaders at all levels, both military and civilian, share their experiences to ensure that we, as a military and as a country, gain appropriate insights for the future. As the Army chief of staff, I encouraged leaders at the war colleges, staff colleges, and advanced courses to write about what they did in Iraq and Afghanistan so that others could be better prepared when they faced similar challenges. This book is my effort to follow my own advice. I believe that we have not seen the last of the challenges and demands that I faced during..< Less
Developing Adaptive Leaders: The Crucible Experience Of Operation Iraqi Freedom By Leonard Wong, Strategic Studies Institute
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The euphoria over the exceptionally successful combat operations of the Iraqi War has subsided as Operation IRAQI FREEDOM shifted to the long, hard tasks of nation-building and counterinsurgency. By... More > all accounts, the process of assisting Iraq in becoming a secure, stable democracy has become much more complicated than originally believed. Yet within the complex environment of postwar Iraq, Dr. Leonard Wong argues that junior officers are being developed into creative, innovative, and independent leaders. He attributes this unique leader development opportunity to the ambiguous, complex, and unpredictable environment of postwar Iraq. The implication of so many of the Army’s junior officers being developed into adaptive leaders is significant. For several years, the leadership literature in both the military and civilian arenas has been replete with calls for adaptable and innovative leaders.< Less
Marine History Operations in Iraq Operation Iraqi Freedom -Marine History Operations in Iraq Operation Iraqi Freedom I A Catalog of Interviews and Recordings, Histor A Catalog of Interviews and Recordings, Historical Documents, Photographs and Combat Art By UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
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The mission of the History and Museums Division is to collect, collate, analyze, and display the cumulative operational and institutional experiences of the U.S. Marine Corps. In this endeavor, its... More > first priority is to help orient, educate, and train Marines to accomplish their mission, and to inform the American public about what it is that we Marines do. The collection phase falls to the Field History Branch, which comprises a handful of Reserve historians and combat artists. Their job is to observe and document military operations at first hand. During Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), the field historians and combat artists served in theater with their supported units, under wartime conditions. Once attention has shifted from Iraq and new conflicts arise, the interviews, documents, photographs and artwork collected and created by these Marines will serve as permanent reminders of the efforts and achievements of individual Marines and their units. In recognition of their efforts during Operations Enduring...< Less
Operation Iraqi Freedom: A Tour of 289 Portable Toilets in Ali-Al-Salem, Kuwait By Andrew Stagecoach
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A humorous and poignant look into the thoughts of men and women serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom through their own writings...on the walls of portable toilets. A peek inside some portable toilets... More > in Kuwait: "Going home 3/7/1 Yeahhh Riiiiight!" "After the war gas will be $0.68 a gallon Oh-rah" "Why can’t Bush and Saddam just have a fist fight?" "Holy war turned into holy shit pretty fast huh?" "Don’t throw toothpicks in urinal, crabs can pole vault."< Less
Operation Iraqi Freedom: A Tour of 289 Portable Toilets in Ali-Al-Salem, Kuwait By Andrew Stagecoach
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A humorous and poignant look into the thoughts of men and women serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom through their own writings...on the walls of portable toilets. A peek inside some portable toilets... More > in Kuwait: "Going home 3/7/1 Yeahhh Riiiiight!" "After the war gas will be $0.68 a gallon Oh-rah" "Why can’t Bush and Saddam just have a fist fight?" "Holy war turned into holy shit pretty fast huh?" "Don’t throw toothpicks in urinal, crabs can pole vault."< Less
Saddam's War: An Iraqi Military Perspective of the Iran-Iraq War: An Iraqi Mililtary Perspective of the Iran-Iraq War (McNair Papers 70) By National Defense University et al.
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How did the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime look from the Iraqi perspective? That question triggered the Iraqi Perspective Project (IPP), sponsored by the U.S. Joint Forces Command and the... More > National Intelligence Council. The effort was named “Project 1946,” inspired by the methodology used by U.S. Army historians and intelligence officers working with former members of the German General Staff to develop an understanding of World War II from the German perspective. This McNair Paper covers a broad spectrum of Middle Eastern military history through the eyes of Iraqi Lieutenant General Ra’ad Hamdani, who held various command positions inn the 980-1988 war and, and during Operation Iraqi Freedom, commanded the II Republican Guard Corps. Interviewed in depth by Kevin Woods and Williamson Murray, General Hamdani shared his knowledge on a wide range of subjects, with emphasis on his experiences in Iraq’s long war against Iran.< Less
U.S. Military Operations in Iraq: Planning, Combat, and Occupation By Kate Phillips, Shane Lauth, Erin Schenck
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Even before Operation IRAQI FREEDOM began, the Strategic Studies Institute (SSI) published a monograph about planning for transition to Phase IV operations. Now that we are 3 years beyond the start... More > of that transition, the debate continues about the adequacy of planning for and proficiency of execution of Phase IV operations in Iraq and elsewhere. The debate most often surrounds three issues concerning this final operational phase: the relationship to preceding operational phases; responsibility for planning; and responsibility for execution. Inevitably, the interagency process becomes central to addressing each of these issues. A colloquium on “U.S. Military Operations in Iraq: Planning, Combat, and Occupation” was held November 2, 2005, and was co-sponsored by SSI and Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). An exceptional combination of scholars, practitioners, and policymakers examined persistent issues central to the important and ongoing debate surrounding the colloquium theme.< Less
Enabling Others To Win in a Complex World: Maximizing Security Force Assistance Potential in The Regionally Aligned Brigade Combat Team By Liam Walsh, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
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As the Army downsizes its personnel while still being asked to conduct a wide variety of missions globally, the need for increased effectiveness is paramount. Those interested in the possibilities... More > presented by the Army’s recently developed regionally aligned forces (RAF) concept will find this monograph thought- provoking and of particular interest. While the United States has long recognized the importance of “helping others help themselves,” the author contends that, as Operation IRAQI FREEDOM demonstrated, U.S. Army conventional forces continue to falter in the realm of security force assistance. In a personnel and budgetary constrained environment, doing more with less will become more important, as will the need to build partner capacity. In this monograph, Captain (Promotable) Liam Walsh, an infantry officer and veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan, seeks to answer how the Army’s principal tactical formation—the brigade combat team—can best respond to this challenge and opportunity.< Less