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    Muqtada is trying to take the Sadr movement to the next level

    I think that what's going on right now is a practical response from Muqtada. Over the last 4 years if Muqtada has demonstrated anything it's that he is practical and flexible enough in basic...
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    I also haven't read this in depth yet, but my...

    I also haven't read this in depth yet, but my first response is is there really a difference between getting out of a brad/striker to getting out of an uparmored vehicle?
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    concur with Cavguy, RTK et al

    I will echo Cavguy and RTK, from my view during OEF IV and OIF III, CDRs and CSMs were out on a regular basis. Leading from the front as they should.

    DWF
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    couple of thoughts

    I agree that the FPS likely won't get at the COIN issue very well and I also agree that some of the RPGs would likely get at it a little better. But I will admit that I am not a big fan or player...
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    thoughts on new incentive program

    So I guess Iíll play DA on this one, Iíll preface this by admitting that I am a YG99 INF officer who is not eligible because Iím in my final quarter of the 6 qtr middle east curriculum at the Naval...
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    for goesh

    To answer your question, Yes our troops are really that good! Not sure how you could come to a conclusion like this:confused:



    Do you really think that with the level of media coverage of this...
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    US wants to work with MM

    http://ebird.afis.mil/ebfiles/e20070912543788.html



    Negotiation with MM was actually happening much earlier than this. I had the Al Shulla area of Baghdad from AUG-DEC 05. The unit that was...
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    issue with the new bonus options

    what's everyone's perspective on current EGSP folks not being eligible for the new incentives?
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    I am not disputing that fact; but if the British...

    I am not disputing that fact; but if the British leave then we will have to cover down on it somehow.
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    seems like a no win for him

    I don't disagree with that assessment, but it seems to me that this is a no win situation for him.

    If violence does stop immediatelly due to this then there is absolutely no doubt in anyone's mind...
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    looks great

    Sir,

    started poking around the site and it looks great, this is much needed and welcomed source.

    vr
    DWF
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    my $.02

    I agree with the points made by Cavguy as the source of the issues and I concur with Rob's approach to the problem.

    The system is way to focused on the 50 meter target (retaining first term guys)...
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    is it the drugs or the funding to the Taliban that is the problem?

    Two issues I'll present:

    1) Recognizing the larger monetary return of growing poppy as opposed to another crop, would we necessarily have the desired effect if the money flow to the Taliban is...
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    what's the Marine take on this right now?

    Out of curiousity, what is the situation with the marine's in regards to mid-level officer retention?
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    concur to all Patriot

    Sir,

    I agree with all of your points. From my view, as a post command CPT, it has been troubling to see the advancement of a generation of officers with little to no selection process.

    The...
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