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WASHINGTON -- An Iraqi military commander on Monday likened the present state of American GIs in his country to being "under house arrest," a comment passed off as "grandstanding" by a senior U.S. defense official.
Col. Ali Fadhil, a brigade commander in Baghdad, said Monday that American combat troops basically are living in "prison-like" conditions since they cannot patrol as freely as they did prior to the completion of the June 30 pullback of troops to outside urban areas. The pullback is part of a U.S.-Iraqi Strategic Forces Agreement that requires all U.S. troops out of Iraq by
Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind, Out Of The Line Of Fire
Originally posted by SLAYER69
Well my son came back from Iraq a few months ago. It's not bad good food plenty of exercise equipment. Satellite feed. Boredom? Yeah but they were safe.