Ramadi

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Ramadi:

see Ar RamadiAr Ramadi
, town, provincial capital, central Iraq, on the Euphrates River. It is the eastern terminus of a highway across the desert from the Mediterranean Sea. The town was founded in 1869. The British won an important victory over the Turks there in 1917.
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Written by then Marine Corps 1LT Donovan Campbell, the book explores the experiences that he and his platoon endured while deployed to Ramadi, Iraq, in 2004.
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17 Iraqis killed and 47 wounded in two explosions in Ramadi, Iraq.
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2, 2006, while on patrol in Ramadi, Iraq, during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Lee was killed August 2, 2006 in a firefight with insurgents in the southern city of Ramadi, Iraq, as he laid down automatic weapons fire to protect his team.
I recently served a tour in Ramadi, Iraq (2005-2006) and can say that the M855 round does not stop the insurgents.
soldiers in Ramadi, Iraq, in late 2006, and that the Army ignored the video and other persuasive data in order to rule that the deaths were due to enemy action.
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