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The vast region was once al Qaeda in Iraq's stronghold before the militants were pushed out in early 2007.Moder said that experience would inform how his men fight in Afghanistan.He said the mood was "anxious, excited." And this............... Adam Lynch, 27, served in 20 in Ramadi, the capital of the Anbar province in western Iraq.The vast region was once al-Qaida in Iraq's stronghold before the militants were pushed out in early 2007."All of us have been in operations where the American have helped us, so we're happy to help." Wild Thing's comment........This video has various stories about our troops as well. Monsoor, United States Navy, distinguished himself through conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty as a Combat Advisor and Automatic Weapons Gunner for Naval Special Warfare Task Group Arabian Peninsula in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom on 29 September 2006.
Due to expected enemy action, the officer in charge repositioned him with his automatic heavy machine gun in the direction of the enemy’s most likely avenue of approach."We know for seven months we're not here to occupy, we're just here to set conditions for whoever comes in after us." Taliban fighters have largely shunned head-on battles since losing hundreds of fighters in the Panjwayi region of Kandahar province in fall 2006, and it's not clear that Taliban fighters will stay to face the Marines in regions they operate.The Marines' presence in southern Afghanistan is a clear sign that neither Britain nor Canada _ which operates in nearby Kandahar province _ have enough troops to control the region. Several hundred Marines, many of them veterans of the conflict in Iraq, pushed into the town of Garmser in predawn light in an operation to drive out militants, stretching NATO's presence into an area littered with poppy fields and classified as Taliban territory. It wasn't known how much resistance the Marines would face in Garmser, where the British have a small base on the town's edge but whose main marketplace is closed because of the Taliban threat. Another 1,200 Marines arrived to train Afghan police. Tom Clinton, the American commander at Forward Operating Base Dwyer, a British outpost 10 miles west of Garmser, said the Taliban had undoubtedly seen the Marines moving into the area in recent days. Marines from the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit arrive at a forward operating base in southern Afghanistan Marines Strike Taliban-Controlled City Force Of Several Hundred Launches Operation In Southern Afghanistan CBS News U. Marines in helicopters and Humvees flooded into a Taliban-held town in southern Afghanistan's most violent province early Tuesday in the first major American operation in the region in years. commanders say Taliban fighters have been expecting an assault and have been setting up improvised explosive devices in response. artillery in the desert and fighter aircraft in the sky - is the first major task undertaken by the 2,300 Marines in the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, which arrived last month from Camp Lejuene, North Carolina for a seven-month deployment.
But commanders and troops say the countries are working well together. Alex West helped deliver supplies to a remote and dusty firebase in Helmand province about a week ago.