Iraq War

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Iraq War:

see under Persian Gulf WarsPersian Gulf Wars,
two conflicts involving Iraq and U.S.-led coalitions in the late 20th and early 21st cent.

The First Persian Gulf War, also known as the Gulf War, Jan.–Feb.
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CDDOC has served USCENTCOM and the Defense Transportation System (DTS) from the Operation Iraqi Freedom II transition, through the troop surges in both Iraq and Afghanistan, through the withdrawal from Iraq, and now into a full-thrust redeployment and retrograde as Operation Enduring Freedom winds down.
distinguished himself by leading a team of Bulk Fuel Specialists to accomplish combat fueling operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom II.
In the fast-paced, high-stress environment of Operation Iraqi Freedom II, soldiers of the 1st Infantry Division helped provide stability and security to millions of people in Iraq.
Operation Iraqi Freedom II was a stability and support operation requiring garrison quality tactical communication systems that allowed Task Force Baghdad to command and control forces engaged in combat, direct efforts to improve the local sewer, water, electricity, and trash situation, train Iraqi security forces, and facilitate the first free election in the nation's history.
During Operation Iraqi Freedom II, conducted in a seven-month period ending in August, SDDC was responsible for 330-vessel operations.
We may have missed an initial window of opportunity on units mobilizing for Operation Iraqi Freedom II and those coming back from OIF I," Stone said.
Upon returning home, the Battalion began training for future operations, and the drivers had little rest before preparing for their deployment to continue supporting I Marine Expeditionary Force in Operation Iraqi Freedom II.
In 2004, Maslan temporarily left his path in fitness to serve as sergeant in the United State Marine Corps Reserves and Infantry Squad Leader in Iraq as a part of Operation Iraqi Freedom II.
He served seven months as a company commander during Operation Iraqi Freedom II.
One of the most daunting tasks faced by 1st Infantry Division during Operation Iraqi Freedom II was the formation and organization of Iraqi Security Forces.
The concept worked well during Operation Iraqi Freedom II and Operation Enduring Freedom V rotations when it was used for the simultaneous deployment and redeployment of more than 15,000 troops from the 25th Infantry Division (Light), 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), and 22d Marine Expeditionary Unit.
He received briefings on NAVICP's Operation Iraqi Freedom II warfighter support.

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