By Todd S. Brown
Battleground Iraq: magazine of an organization Commander КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: division of the ArmyАвтор(ы): Todd S BrownЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2007Количество страниц: 306Формат: pdf (e-book)Размер: 5.98 mb speedy Ifolder sixty eight
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What an Indian giver. One year ago today, I flew home from the Middle East. I was much happier last year at this time. 3 May: Got another shower last night and lived the camp life of eating T-rats on the Humvee while hanging out talking. It has definitely devolved into groundhog day. Saw the tentative command slate and it has me going in June. That would be great. Ran into Lieutenant Colonel Battaglia today and he was all ready for me to come down. Told me to get my stuff and throw it in his Humvee.
10 May: Looks like the MEK didn’t like the wording of the “surrender” documents. They have basically gone back to the drawing board on that one. The JAG folks are all spun up dealing with it. I think it went down bushleague style—no interpreted copy for them and no ability to negotiate. We continue to demonstrate our inability to understand these people. Not quite J our na l of a C o m pa n y C o m m a n der 37 sure why we are still listing the MEK as terrorists seeing as how they haven’t done anything of that nature during the lifetime of the current organization.
Not quite J our na l of a C o m pa n y C o m m a n der 37 sure why we are still listing the MEK as terrorists seeing as how they haven’t done anything of that nature during the lifetime of the current organization. They are an army fighting another army, bottom line. We’ll see how the discussions go tomorrow. Basically, we proved quite Machiavellian in our dealings with them. I also don’t think the State Department has done much in this arena; there just isn’t any diplomacy going on here … just brute force and ignorance.
Battleground Iraq: Journal of a Company Commander by Todd S. Brown