Basrah, Baghdad, and Beyond: The U.S. Marine Corps in the Second Iraq War

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Naval Institute Press, 2005 - History - 276 pages
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Reynolds (history, US Naval War College) examines Operation Iraqi Freedom of 2001-2003 as a Marine and a skilled historian with extraordinary access to primary resource material and significant participants in-country as well as out. Although focused primarily on Americans' battles in the main theater in Iraq, Reynolds describes the events leading

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Contents

Prelude to War in Iraq
1
Joint Planning
15
The Most Important Fight Is
46
Copyright

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Nicholas E. Reynolds was the Officer in Charge of Field History at the Marine Corps from 1999 to 2004.

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