Allied Participation in Operation Iraqi Freedom

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Government Printing Office, 2012 - History - 141 pages
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NOTE: NO FURTHER DISSCOUNT FOR THIS PRINT PRODUCT -- OVERSTOCK SALE -- Significantly reduced list price "Allied Participation in Operation Iraqi Freedom "highlightsa number of key aspects of allied support to the U.S.-led operation.The presence of ground forces from so many coalitionpartners allowed U.S. combat forces to focus their generally superiorcapabilities in more contested sections of the country.This division of labor served American ends while still ensuringthat our partners performed vital work that fully justifiedtheir commitment to Iraq s security. These combined operationsalso strengthened the ties between countries and improved thequality of interoperability between U.S. and coalition troops.

Allied support played an important role in stabilizing the situation in Iraq.This short study also underscores the significant challengesthat U.S. Army planners faced in Iraqi Freedom in integratinga host of different military partners into U.S. operational plans.Similar issues of working together in a complex military environmentwill doubtless reoccur in future operations, but thebenefits of assembling such coalitions will almost certainly outweighthe problems. The United States cannot fight alone in the current operational environment, and improving the quantityand quality of our interaction with our international partnersshould continue to be a high priority.

ROTC students, history and political scientists may be interewsted in this book as a supplemental text for international relations courses. Additionally, military historians, political scientists, and foreign policy professionals may be interested in this resource.

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Contents

AppendixForce Contributions by Nations
34
Latvia
76
Moldova
82
New Zealand
90
Further Readings
125

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STEPHEN A. CARNEY is a historian and staff ride leader in the Field Programs and Historical Services Division. He is also the author of Gateway South: The Campaign for Monterrey; Guns Along the Rio Grande: Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma; The Occupation of Mexico, May 1846-July 1848; and Desperate Stand: The Battle of Buena Vista. He is working on a staff ride guide for the Battle of Gettysburg and a study of the antebellum Army, 1846-1860.

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