The Elections: Step 1, Build a New Army

Steele, Dennis
May 2005
Army Magazine;May2005, Vol. 55 Issue 5, p22
Focuses on developments that happen in the election and rehabilitation of Iraq. Comment from special forces commander Frederic Lau regarding the former Iraqi National Guard's (ING) present condition; Movement of U.S. forces To Fallujah which is attributed as company deserted in most ING post; Plans and arrangements in the security measures undertaken for the coming elections.


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