U.S. to send specialized commando force to Iraq

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December 2, 2015

The Pentagon will send an expeditionary force of special operators to Iraq to assist government and Kurdish forces in conducting raids and gathering intelligence against the Islamic State, Defense Secretary Ash Carter told the House Armed Services Committee on Tuesday.

Carter and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford had been summoned before the panel amid concerns by lawmakers that the Obama administration’s approach to fighting the extremist group is not tough enough, especially in light of deadly terrorist attacks Nov. 13 in Paris.

“I agree with you. We do need greater effort. We’re applying greater effort,” Carter told panel Chairman Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas. “We’re looking for and finding new opportunities for actionable effort every day.”

  • Faithful American

    It’s Too LITTLE, too LATE, after Obama ALLOWED our ISLAMIC ENEMIES to RE-TAKE Iraq, and SLAUGHTER all those innocent CHRISTIANS, and totally DEMOLISH Iraq’s HISTORY by DESTROYING their HISTORICAL BUILDINGS!

  • The Redhawk

    SO will they be ENT with our Without BOOTS,,,after all the CLOWN of thw WH said “NO BOOTS ON THE GROUND” There no need for them since they cannot fight Climate Change….Nor Global warming or Ice ages as the Clown has anther LACK of Understanding….that iSIS is the Present and CURRENT DANGER NOT Climate chnage that has been happening since the EARTH began….

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