New Iraq Report: Iraqi Security Forces

September is the month of Iraq reports. The Government Accountability Office issued a poor report card to the Iraqi government Sept. 4, and Multinational Forces-Iraq Commander Gen. David Petraeus and U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker will give Congress their progress reports early next week. In the interim, we just received in our inbox a link to the just-released “Report of the Independent Commission on the Security Forces of Iraq.” The bipartisan commission, chaired by Ret. Marine Corps Gen. James Jones (former Supreme Allied Commander, Europe), was created in legislation in May and charged with examining progress in building Iraq’s […]

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