"...rapidly into battle groups for any tasks demanded by the changing tactical
The suspected insurgents broke contact, but in an attempt to thwart their
escape, Soldiers of Company B used a grenade launcher to discourage the enemy’s
movement. Firing three grenades, Spc. Carlos Lopez, an infantryman and team
leader for Company B, attempted to halt the enemy’s retreat by denying them
"Precision air strikes supported Operation
Phantom Phoenix, the overarching operation that includes Operation Marne
Thunderbolt."A joint operation between the Air Force and Soldiers of the 2nd
Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division required extensive planning to
prevent collateral damage."
Seduced and juiced, the Press is sucking up to the irresistable Great Satan and her fully crunk future infantry. AP's Hamza Hendawi almost faints describing the fury - the majesty - of America Unbould - true righteous vengence preceisely delivered on her enemies head after this episode in Marne Thunderbolt's:
"Fierce airstrikes, U.S. and Iraqi soldiers advanced through smoldering citrus
groves into areas that were important al-Qaida enclaves. Little initial
resistance was reported."
Surge's BDay shindig ended with a totally off the hook bang. 40K lbs of the world's most accurate, most annihilating - and in a most American way - the most humane methodology of intelligent tactical lo down ho down air strikes in the history of warfare:
"Two B-1 Bombers and four F-16 fighter jets, directed bombs at three large target areas. Each bomber made two passes and the F-16s followed to complete the set. Coordination between the Army and Air Force was essential in making the operation a success. Thirty-eight bombs were dropped within the first 10 minutes, with a total
tonnage of 40,000 pounds"
2 tons a minute!