Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Not in today's news

Thanks to the Baghdad security plan, U.S. troops working in the city’s vast northern sector are dealing with 40 percent fewer roadside bombs these days, their commander, Army Col. Paul Funk, said Friday.

“I used to see somewhere in the neighborhood of 120 [improvised explosives] a month,” he said. “Now I’m down to less than 65 to 70.”
From Stars and Stripes?, via In From the Cold.

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