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Originally posted by Facefirst
It seems, with the exception of the recent violence of the past few days, the UK troops(in comparison to the US) seem for the most part to have a much better working relationship with the populations of the Iraqi areas they occupy.
Should the US Military study and possibly apply whatever UK tactics and conduct that seems to be working?
For the UK experts, what is the UK Military doing differently?
[Edited on 8-5-2004 by Facefirst]
Originally posted by longbow
I think it is a bull#.
[Edited on 8-5-2004 by longbow]
Originally posted by glee
It's all moot right now, as there has been a lot of fighting in Basra.
What a mess.
Originally posted by curme
So what UK Occupation Method are you talikng about? The one where you deploy 1/10 of the troops and only occupy pacified areas? I'm not knocking you or the British, I think they are great soldiers, but I am beginning to hear that question alot from less polite people than yourself.
[Edited on 9-5-2004 by curme]