ISW recognizes Memorial Day

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This Memorial Day, the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) would like to salute the many young men and women presently serving in uniform and most importantly, to honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice while defending the United States in conflicts abroad. It is because of you that we as a nation continue to hope for a more peaceful and prosperous world. On this special day, we remember the generations past and present who have change our world for the better. We at ISW will not forget your service and sacrifice. Thank you.

 

As we enter the holiday weekend, we recognize the critical issues and challenges facing our armed forces every day. While you are enjoying the holiday, please take time to check out ISW’s latest publications. They make for great summer reading!

 
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·         Carl Forsberg recently spoke on NPR’s Morning Edition concerning the Powerbrokers in Afghanistan, and how they are affecting US strategy there. Furthermore, as the summer offensive in Afghanistan heats up, see the latest Afghanistan - Order of Battle.
 
·         In Iraq, the intense political negotiations continue in the aftermath of elections there over a month ago. See our latest Fact Sheet: Government Formation in Iraq for more details. Ibrahim al-Jaafari has been floated as a potential compromise Prime Ministerial candidate following the impasse in coalition building in Iraq recently. See his Fact Sheet: Ibrahim al-Jaafari here.
 
·         This latest Iraq - Order of Battle (ORBAT) from December 2009 to May 2010 describes the location and area of responsibility of all Multi-National Force-Iraq units, down to the battalion level updated as of May 2010. ISW derives all information in the Order of Battle from open sources that are readily available and cited in the document.
 
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