Iraqi Child Gives Cache of Equipment to Multi-National Force Soldiers
Mosul, Iraq - Multi-National Forces from 1st Brigade, 25th Infantry Division (Stryker Brigade Combat Team) collected a large cache of military equipment after a child approached Soldiers and turned it in.
An Iraqi child came to Soldiers from 2nd Squadron, 14th Calvary Regiment and turned in a bag of military equipment during their patrol in southern Mosul. The child approached the Soldiers and handed the items to them. After the Soldiers inspected the equipment, they rewarded the boy for his patriotic work.
Multi-National Forces encourages citizens of Iraq to cooperate with their security forces and turn in military weapons and equipment. Citizens that cooperate could be rewarded for their efforts.
Multi-National Forces from Task Force Olympia continue to work together with members of the Iraqi Security Forces, leaders and citizens of Iraq to make it a safe, prosperous, and democratic nation. Anyone with information should call the Joint Coordination Center's new telephone numbers at 513462 or 07701623300.
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