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Army studies lessons of Iraq

The U.S. invasion of Iraq may have rolled over Saddam Hussein’s forces in a matter of weeks – but it could be a poor model for future fights, a draft of an Army study of the war warns. The study cautions that Iraq was an unusual case. The United States had rare advantages in being able to study its adversary for 12 years after the Gulf War in 1991 and to build up facilities on its borders. Still, the operation exposed areas where the U.S. military showed weaknesses or was not tested. Full Story

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