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23 March 2005 - Iraq Special Weapons News

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Current Operations

Deployments

US Policy

  • Two Years in Iraq: 2005 to be 'Pivotal,' General Says AFPS 23 Mar 2005 -- The year 2005 will prove to be "very pivotal" in Iraq as the country transitions to a free, representative government with its own police and military forces providing security, according to the chief of staff for Multinational Force Iraq.
  • Two Years in Iraq: Coalition Requires Work, Commitment AFPS 23 Mar 2005 -- Keeping the coalition here strong and working together is a lot like maintaining a marriage, the chief of staff for Multinational Force Iraq told the American Forces Press Service.
  • Army Secretary Says Troops in Iraq 'Well Led, Trained, Equipped' AFPS 23 Mar 2005 -- After visiting troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, Army Secretary Francis J. Harvey said today he is "optimistic" about the future of both countries, and that the Army is helping move to Iraq in the "right direction."

United Nations

Reconstruction Issues

  • Iraq: Parties Say They Are Near To Forming Government RFE/RL 23 Mar 2005 -- There are signs that the difficult process of forming a new Iraqi government may finally be nearing an end. The two biggest blocs in Iraq's new National Assembly - the Shi'a and the Kurds - are signaling they now agree on the candidates for most top positions, and have only a few remaining issues to resolve.

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