ISW Fellow James Danly discusses the deaths of AQI leaders, al-Masri and al-Baghdadi, on MSNBC with Lawrence J. Korb from the Center for American Progress.
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In this four-part interview, ISW President Kimberly Kagan interviews COL Ryan Gonsalves about the activities of the 2nd BCT of the 1st Cav Division in Kirkuk.
Operation Glad Tidings of Benevolence was an Iraqi operation carried out in tandem with Operation Iron Pursuit designed to pursue insurgents in rural areas of Diyala province.
Operation Mother of Two Springs was a continuation of Lion’s Roar designed, according to Prime Minister Maliki, to “clear Mosul of the criminal terrorist gangs.”
Operation Lion’s Roar was an operation designed to target the al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI) network and other Sunni insurgent groups in Mosul and Ninawa province.
Operation Ninewa Resolve, a subset of Operation New Hope, focused on clearing neighborhoods in Mosul of insurgents.
Operation Wolf Pursuit was a joint US and Iraqi operation aimed at targeting insurgents in rural areas of Diyala Province.
Operation New Hope was a military offensive by US and Iraqi forces to degrade Al-Qaeda in Iraq's networks in Mosul and its environs.
Operation Bastogne Pursuit was a subset of Operation Iron Pursuit designed to further deny insurgents a safe haven in Diyala Province.
Operation Sabre Pursuit was an operation in eastern Diyala Province which cleared villages outside of Diyala's major population centers.