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Thread: HASC Oversight and Investigations Report on the Iraqi Security Forces

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    Default HASC Oversight and Investigations Report on the Iraqi Security Forces

    Can be accessed here

    Several SWC members provided feedback to HASC staffers.
    regards, Rob

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    Default More Importantly...

    ...what kind of stogie is that in the picture? Looks like a Cameroon wrapper. I'm partial to H. Uppman Special Reserve just because I'm too cheap to buy Montecristos, CAOs, or Cohibas on a regular basis.

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    Default Hmmm...

    I'll stick with pipes myself, but that is a good question. Just what sort of cigar is our comrade chompin' on?
    "On the plains and mountains of the American West, the United States Army had once learned everything there was to learn about hit-and-run tactics and guerrilla warfare."
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    If memory serves it was the last Acid One cigar I had left - my logic was to go with smokes expensive enough that they would remain a vice and not a habit
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    Just did a cursory of the report - looked over better the chapters on IA and TTs (ch.7). It a pretty comprehensive report - with some pretty pointed advice. Lots of relevancy to several threads here on SWC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Thornton View Post
    If memory serves it was the last Acid One cigar I had left - my logic was to go with smokes expensive enough that they would remain a vice and not a habit
    That cigar needs a rabbi.

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