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US soldiers dressed in your outfit as "a counter-terrorism" in Iraq's Mosul and why !!

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US soldiers dressed in your outfit as "a counter-terrorism" in Iraq's Mosul and why !!

11-01-2017 03:03 PM

US soldiers dressed in your outfit as a counter-terrorism in Iraqs Mosul and why

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Spread dozens of American military personnel in the eastern neighborhoods of the city of Mosul, to provide military and logistical support to the Iraqi joint forces for nearly three weeks, the number of fighting axes, most notably the eastern axis, east and north, but most of them dressed in your outfit B'jhaz fight against terrorism 'Iraqi , known as black clothing and a helmet, yellow logo upper arm.

Military sources said in a press statement, said a US militaryheadquarters in the flower district, east of Mosul, which will coordinate with the flight of the international alliance's mission, to determine the locations and objectives of the organization (Daesh) in the neighboring areas before the bombing, also used military vehicles do not differ from forces carts Iraqi.

He said an Iraqi army officer , who asked not to be named, said on Wednesday that 'American forces are the key to any progress achieved within the Mosul army troops or anti - terrorism'.

The officer revealed that the 'American forces members trust certain Iraqi units, they have trained themselves about a year and a half ago, and involved federal police forces , which suffer from penetration by the Badr militia specifically', according to the saying.

The officer pointed out that the deployment of US troops in the eastern neighborhoods of the conductor, 'comes Kaanaatat security, especially that there are points within the joint Iraqi forces do not want by being'.

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