Iraq: Building on Progress

Petraeus, David H.
October 2008
Army Magazine;Oct2008, Vol. 58 Issue 10, p109
The article discusses the significant progress in security and the economic, diplomatic and political lines of operation in Operation Iraqi Freedom. The progress was achieved through the efforts of the Multi-National Force-Iraq (MNF-I) with its Iraqi counterparts and the U.S. Embassy Mission Iraq, the UN Assistance Mission for Iraq and other key elements of the international community. It remarks that progress in Iraq reflects the efforts of the Army in developing relevant and ready land forces.


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