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View Poll Results: The operations in Irak were/are....

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  • The most disastrous, costly and poorly managed military operation of the US armed forces.

    3 60.00%
  • A complicated operation based in false information, victory still possible

    0 0%
  • A just cause and complete victory against Saddam & Al Qaeda wich was distorted by the media.

    2 40.00%
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Thread: Irak, 6 years later. Aftermath of a dirty war.

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    Default Re: Irak, 6 years later. Aftermath of a dirty war.

    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
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    Well...to succeed with 300 or 400 M1s spearheading an assault agaisnt an really weakened military you dont really need to mashall Rommel reincarnated
    But you have a very complex logistical chain supporting long columns of understrength formations...

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    Default Re: Irak, 6 years later. Aftermath of a dirty war.

    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Drunk and happy, the only problem would be the mutant hares after the radiation, but with enough ammo...
    Don't bother about mutant hares.
    Through couple of weeks yourself will look as mutant, that all hares mile around will be frighten to death

    "I decide who is a Jew and who is an Aryan "- Hermann Goering

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    Default Re: Irak, 6 years later. Aftermath of a dirty war.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickdfresh View Post
    But you have a very complex logistical chain supporting long columns of understrength formations...
    No , all you need is the american reincarnation of SS-brigadenfurher Oscar Dirlivanger.
    Through month all Iraqi partisan will love the Obama as much as they love the Allah.
    In case if any one partisan survived

    "I decide who is a Jew and who is an Aryan "- Hermann Goering

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    Default Re: Irak, 6 years later. Aftermath of a dirty war.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chevan View Post
    No , all you need is the american reincarnation of SS-brigadenfurher Oscar Dirlivanger.
    Through month all Iraqi partisan will love the Obama as much as they love the Allah.
    In case if any one partisan survived
    We bought off most of the partisans with the Sunni "Awakening" movement. Iraqi Sunni insurgents came over to what was essentially the American side for a variety of reasons. Not least of which is the fact we're paying them. Of course, the Iraqi Shiite dominated gov't is making every effort to seemingly piss this all away and possibly reignite the civil war rather than guarantee Sunni and Kurd rights to resources and political representation...

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    Default Re: Irak, 6 years later. Aftermath of a dirty war.

    Maybe we could resolve the Malvinas issue, with Britain out of the picture, by having them administered impartially by New Zealand as the Kiwis get on quite well with sheep in cold climates.
    It wont work, us brits that live on the Falklands will simply call it New Britania and re-start the Empire from here.

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    Default Re: Irak, 6 years later. Aftermath of a dirty war.

    As for Iraq. I agree with the sentiments that thee war went well and the occupation did not and when I say did not, thats a huge understatement. No one had a clue about what to really do after the war was won. They all thought Iraq would suddenly become a democratic paradise.

    How wrong they were!

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    Default Re: Irak, 6 years later. Aftermath of a dirty war.

    But you have a very complex logistical chain supporting long columns of understrength formations...
    True, but that logistical trains and organization was hardly challenged in any way, there was a minuscule armored force remaining in Saddam hands, not to mention the completely aniquilation of the Iraqui Air Force wich ceased to exist long before the US armed forces invation.

    One sided battle, again you dont need to be a brilliant strategist to won it.

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