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    Operation Iraqi Freedom: A Strategic Assessment This I’ll admit was a very interesting book that looked at what could have really caused the Iraq war and whether we really had to go to war. The book talks about the flaws with the reasons that Bush proposed for going to war with Iraq and why we haven’t had a fuller victory yet. The book basically goes into details about the four observations that arise from examining certain aspects of the war and afterwards. In the next few pages I’ll be summarizing

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    Operation Iraqi Freedom

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    OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM Introduction On March 20, 2003, the combined military forces of the United States and Britain crossed the southern border of Iraq and Kuwait with the intent of capitulating the government of Saddam Hussein. Over the course of 21 days, the joint task force moved quickly and decisively to seize major objective cities along the road to Baghdad using aviation, armor, artillery, and infantry. Following the overwhelming success of the primary combat operations of the

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    Operation Iraqi Freedom

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    Operation Iraqi Freedom On August 2nd, 1990 Iraqi military forces invaded and occupied the small Arab state of Kuwait. The order was given by Iraqi dictatorial president Saddam Hussein. His aim was apparently to take control Kuwait's oil reserves (despite its small size Kuwait is a huge oil producer; it has about 10 per cent of the world's oil reserves ). Iraq accused Kuwait, and also the United Arab Emirates, of breaking agreements that limit oil production in the Middle East. According to

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    instance of the invasion of Iraq, planning would not follow the precedent of doctrine but rather embark on a path where the joint force would approach the operation with cogent ways (concepts) and means (resources) with risk towards desired ends (objectives) to ensure victory. Analyzing U.S. military campaign planning for Operation IRAQI FREEDOM using operational design as an evaluative framework shows the depth and breadth of the success and shortfalls in the planning process. From the interpretation

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    the framework of Operational Design (OD), the United States’ (U.S.) planning for Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) was poor. This essay will evaluate the U.S. military campaign planning for OIF from 2002 to 2007, using operational design as a framework for its analysis, with the following four points. First, military planners understood the aspects of the operational environment (OE) required for the initial 2003 Iraqi liberation, but not to the degree necessary to define the follow-on Phase IV problem

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    includes the various domains that the war could be fought, it encompasses understanding how adversary, friendly, and neutral actors interact. The commander must be able to understand the current environment and the environment at the conclusion of operations to visualize how to solve the problem. Defining the problem begins with understanding how the actors are inclined to act and how the actors could interact. It also identifies tensions of the current conditions and the end-state. The problem statement

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    Renewable vs Nonrenewable Resources

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    in the near future, more than half of the planet's petroleum reserves will be owned and controlled by a handful of countries in the politically unstable Middle East. This will mean, and has arguably meant in the recent past (Operation Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom), that the United States military will go into these Middle Eastern countries to ensure management of oil resources are in line with U.S. corporate desires. This dependence and the resulting imperialism seem silly and completely

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    geographic location has been the center of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires and has acted as a fortress against an expanding Soviet Union and more recently an expanding Iraq (Larson). Turkey?s Role in ?Operation Iraqi Freedom? Within the past year, Turkey has played a vital role in ?Operation Iraqi Freedom.?? The United ... ... middle of paper ... ...ews. 10 Dec. 2003 <http://www.lexis-nexis.com/furman.edu> Stanford, Dick. ?Panel Discussion, Turkey's Relationship and Foreign Policy Issues with

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    Throughout history, America has shone the bright light of freedom onto the darkness and oppression in this world, and has done so with the help of millions of brave soldiers. From 1776 to 2004, soldiers have and continue to put their lives on the line for the great cause of upholding freedom. Their ultimate sacrifice has allowed the liberty light to shine strong, and to keep you, me, and all Americans safe under Lady Liberty’s arm. When I see soldiers on television or in a parade, I am reminded of

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    History of War Coverage

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    the war. Recent wars, such as the Gulf War and Operation Iraqi Freedom do not allow the citizens of the United States to see and experience what is really happening. We see a sanitized version of the war, we are shown only material that boosts moral and support for the troops and our government, but we do not see enough of the war to realize that everything does not go as smooth as it seems. War coverage has changed over the years in many aspects. Freedom of the journalists, the relationship between

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