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IRAQ SECTION Iraq-1 1-Books 2-Terminology 3-Operations 4-Battles, Encounters, incidents Iraq-2 5-Troop Misconduct 6-Iran-Iraq-USA 7-Injuries (also Veterans Issues) 8-Deaths 9-United Kingdom Involvement Iraq, other allies (Afghanistan and Iraq) 10-Some mentioned divisions 11-Some mentioned names 12-Iraq after Op End. Freedom 13- Very brief history of Iraq 14-Iraq War Contractors 15-Other Allies of the USA in Iraq - OIF Iraq-3 Iraq-4a Case Study 2005-2006 “Perfect Storm” Iraq-4b Names Iraq-5-Links See also: Islamic Resources Islamofascism --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BOOK RESOURCE INFORMATION Chapter 13 "The Perfect Storm" - Notes Book: The Endgame: The Inside Story of the Struggle for Iraq, from George W. Bush to Barack Obama Authors: Michael R Gordon and General Bernard E Trainor Authors’ Note: Wesley Morgan, a 2011 Princeton graduate, was integral to the writing and research of the book Copyright 2012, March 2013 edition; Vintage Books, NY 10 “THE RED TEAM” Chapter 10, p. 158 10-A Abizaid (John Abizaid), p. 163, 165 Alford, Dale Lt Colonel p 171 Allen, Charlie (brief mention p. 162) 10-B Barnard, Dan (Major) p 166 Bartlett, Dan p 177 Biden, Joe - in Senate Foreign Relations Committee - ranking Democrat brief mention p. 159 Blackwill, Robert p 177 Blair, Tony( p. 163 brief mention) Prime Minister-UK Brims, Robin p 169 Bush, George W p. 163 Bush, George H.W. p 176 brief 10-C Casey, George General. p. 159, 160, 162, 163, 172, 173, 177, 179 he was MNF Commander 2004-2007 Chiarelli p 165 Connable Alfred Major p 174 intelligence officer in Marine headquarters, 175 Crowe, Blake Colonel p 173, 175 Crowe, William p 173 10-D DeJarnett, John p 162 Dulaimi (Sadoun al-Dulaimi) Defense Minister p 174 10-E 10-F Feaver, Peter p 177 Nasar al-Fahadawi p 174 brief 10-G Ghadiya (Abu Ghadiya) p 170 10-H Hadley p 162 Hickey, Chris Lt Colonel p 165, 166 Hickey, Jim brief p 168 Huck, Richard Major General Marine ground commander in Anbar p 174 Huntington p 177 10-I 10-J Jaafari Prime Minister p 167 Jabouri (Najem Al-Jabouri) p 167 10-K Khalilzad, Zalmay Ambassador p. 158 born Mazar e Sharif in northern Afghanistan high school in Kabul doctorate University of Chicago assistant professor at Columbia University Reagan administration - awarded fellowship to work there on nuclear issues foreign policy, Pentagon under Dick Cheney as Secretary of Defense, ambassador to Afghanistan after Bremer kept him out of Iraq went into position wanting to fix security, to "break the back" of the insurgency contact with Senate Foreign Relations Committe which had Joe Biden as the ranking Democrat Krepinevich, Andrew , p. 158, 161 10-L Latif, Muhammad Mahumad Dr p 174 Lynch, Rick Major General p. 159 10-M Mattis brief 169, 170 McCain, John (brief mention p. 159) McCrystal, Stan p 164 McLaughlin, Michael Lt Colonel p 175 killed by Al Qaeda suicide bomber during recruiting drive at Ramadi factory McMaster, Herbert HR Colonel p 164 a little background on McMaster here, 166 Milley, Mark p 168 brief 10-N Negroponte briefly mentioned to discuss Khalilzad had come in to replace him, as he was no longer ambassador of Iraq and had become Director of National Intelligence 10-O Obama, Barack junior senator from Illinois (brief mention p. 159) Odierno, Ray p 168 briefp 176, 177 O'Sullivan, Meghan p 177 10-P Petraeus p. 159, 165 10-Q 10-R Reider, Bruce Colonel p. 160, 162 Rice, Condoleezza p 175 Secretary of State Rumsfeld p. 163, 177 10-S Satterfield, David p 169 Sheehan, Cindy p 177 Sorley, Lewis p 176 Strmecki, Marin p. 161 Such, Adam (Major)pp 169-170 Stevens, Cat (Yusuf Islam, formerly Cat Stevens) 10-T 10-U 10-V Vines, John Lt. General 164 10-W Williams, James Brigadier General Marine p 174 10-X 10-Y 10-Z Zarqawi p 170 Zelikow, Philip 175 aide to Rice State Dept proponent of provincial reconstruction teams (Vietnam era) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11 The Year of Living Dangerously (Chapter 11, p 180) 11-A Adeeb (Ali al-Adeeb) p. 187,196 one of candidates considered for prime minister but had suspected iranian ties Ahmed, Engineer Ahmed, p. 185 (real name Bashir Nasr al-Wandi) a Shiite SCIRI official running a dark operation at Jadriya Bunker south of the Green Zone in Baghdad. Ran a group called the Special Interrogations Unit out of it (p. 186) seriously involved in torture of Sunni prisoners-previously had been senior intel officer in 11-B Bargewell, General Eldon (Major) p. 201 investigated Marine haditha scandal, submitted his report on June 15 Brahimi p. 183 brief mention 11-C Cartwright, James (General-commander of STRATCOM, a stateside headquarters had a cyber-operations unit) p. 183 Casey, p. 184, 185, 200, 202 Chessani, Jeffrey p. 201 passed only a partial accounting upward on Marine Haditha scandal Chiarelli, Pete end of. 2005 took over MNC-Iraq (p. 180, 200, 201) p201-handled Marine Nov. 19 Haditha scandal in which 24 civilians had been massacred-started investigation into whether standing rules of engagement and cover-up Cohen, Eliot, author of Supreme Command, which argued it was the responsibility of the civilians to question the generals p. 208 11-D Daoud (Qasim Daoud) (P. 187) Cavis p. 201 Dulaimi (Sadoun al-Dulaimi) Sunni defense minister p. 184-185 11-E 11-F 11-G Green, Stan (Lt. General) p. 181 11-H Hakim, Abd al-Aziz al-Hakim (p. 188) SCIRI leader who had argued for seting up a Shiite federal region in the south and was, the Americans feared, too close to Iran Horst, Karl (Brigadier General-a deputy commander of the 3rd Infantry Division)) p. 186 In dealing with a missing teenage son of a Sunni couple from Adhamiya in Baghdad, he had to deal with torture of Sunni detainees (many were former pilots during Saddam Era) (not found) found at Jadriya Bunker. Huck, Richard p. 201 (Major General) along with Davis, did not show interest in carefully investigating Marine Haditha scandal 11-I 11-J Jaafari (p. 183, 184, 185, 186, 188) Jabr (Bayan Jabr) Interior Minister p. 185; Jabr downplayed the torture of Sunnis at Jadriya Bunker (p. 186) 11-K Khalilzad, Zalmay p. 184, 203 11-L 11-M Mahdi (Abd al-Mahdi) p. 187, 188, 199 Maliki (Nuri Kamal al-Maliki) (p. 187, 197, 203) had strong anti-Baathist tendencies, Halilzad basically hired him 11-N 11-O O’Beidi Abd al-Qadir-al Obeidi (p. 200) front runner to serve as minister of defense O’Sullivan, Meghan p. 188 the Iraq hand on the NSC staff - thought al-Mahdi was the best candidate 11-P Pace, Pete General chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, p. 199 Patey, (p. 187) 11-Q 11-R Rumsfeld, (199, 200) 11-S Sadr (Muqtada Al Sadr) p. 180 Sanchez, Rick brief p. 182 Satterfield, David (a political officer at the embassy) p. 183 Sistani (Grand Ayatollah Ali al-SIstani) p. 187 Soleimani (Qasim Suleimani) p. 188 the commander of Iran’s Quds Force Steele, Mike p. 202 Lake Tharthar investigation 11-T Talabani (Jalal Talabani) Kurdish leader (p. 187) 11-U 11-V Vines, John (Lt. General) p. 182 11-W Ward, Celeste p 198-199 served as Chiarelli’s political adviser, had been a State Department official and former CPA aide, after arriving in Iraq, drafted a 100-day program that turned out to be idealistic 11-X 11-Y Yawar, (Ghazi al-Yawar) (Sunni vice president under Jaafari) 11-Z Zebari, (Hoshyar Zebari)p. 188 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12 “Together Forward” (Chapter 12 p. 200) See: Iraq 4a-Summary of Chapters-12 Together Forward (Chapter 12 pp. 204-219) 12-A Abizaid, John p 217 12-B Bush p 210, 212 President 12-C Casey, George p. 207, 208, 210, 211 Chiarelli, Pete p 211 12-D 12-E Edelman, Eric p. 207 brief mention third ranking civilian official at the Pentagon 12-F 12-G Gentile, Gian Lt Colonel 8-10 Cavalry, p 212 patrolled Ameriya neighborhood 12-H Harvey, Derek mentioned twice on p 209 wrote a memo to the head of the DIA, p. 201 Hussein, Saddam p. 205 brief mention 12-I 12-J 12-K Kagan, Fred p. 208 a conservative analyst who favored an expanded military effort Kaplan, Robert an author who had written a book on the Balkans and other failed states p. 208 12-L 12-M Maliki p. 210 Maples, Michael Lt General p 209 head of the DIA McChrystal, Stan p. 204 McMaster, H.R. p. 205 brief mention 12-N 12-O Odierno, Ray p. 204 12-P Pace, Pete p 216 12-Q 12-R Rahman (Abd al-Rahman) p 206 Rumsfeld, p 208 brief mention,k p 217 12-S Shield, Mike p 217 Snow, Jeff Colonel, p 211 brief mention about losing Snow's brigade in off-ramping, p 212 12-T Thurman, J.D. p 211, 212 12-U 12-V Vickers, Michael an expert on special operations forces p. 208 12-W 12-X 12-Y 12-Z Zahner, Richard Major General p. 209 headed the military's intelligence shop in Baghdad, signals intel, felt reduced numbers of attacks had become SIGACTS Zarqawi (Abu Musab al-Zarqawi) p. 206 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 “THE PERFECT STORM” ( Chapter 13, p. 220) 13-A Abizaid (p 227) 13-B Baghdadi Abu Omar al-Baghdadi who the Americans were not even sure existed (might be a fake name) (p 230) Bakr, Abu (p 233) Bolani (Jawad al-Bolani) p 227 Brooks, Nycki (Lieutenant Colonel) (p 237) Led a team of intelligence officers to begin an assessment of violence in Iraq Aug. 2006 13-C Casey, George (p. 224, 227) Chiarelli, Pete corps commander in Iraq (p 227, 229) Chiarelli likely put something out in the media and as such came to heads with George Casey (p 229) see later info Cooper, David (p 235) Chief Warrant Officer 5, the pilot of the remaining AH-6, Varmint 41, during an intense operation on Nov. 27 13-D Daboun, Ali Ibrahim (Colonel) p 226; took over from the withdrawn previous Iraqi National Police that had been filled with Shiites attacking Sunnis; a commander from Ghazaliya well respected for his professionalism. Danna, Jim (Lieutenant Colonel)Operation Scales of Justice Operation Together Forward II in Baghdad p. 223, 2-6 Infantry, Danna ran up against severe corruption and violent criminality in the Iraqi National Police, he apparently did what he could to stop them. "Danna saw through the charade"(p 224) Davison, Ketti (Major) (p 237) 13-E 13-F 13-G Ghazwan, Abu (p 233) Ghadiya (Abu Ghadiya) (p 230) Syria Al-Qaeda leader; ran a network of training camps in Syria, including more secular former Baath insurgents Goins, Mo Lt Col 1-12 Cavalry; had to deal with large number of IEDs in Baqubah (p 236) Gordon, Andy (Lt. Colonel) (p 238) 13-H Hansen, David (Major) military intelligence officer charged with keeping track of sectarian murders- in charge of EJK Task Force (extra- judicial killings). Made visits to Baghdad morgues, found gruesome piles of dead bodies with standing-deep body fluid levels 6 to 8 inches from floor (p228) Hussein, Saddam (p 229) Ministry corruption is as it is because that is what Saddam Hussein did 13-I 13-J Jaafari (Ibrahim al-Jaafari) former Iraqi Prime Minister (p 220) Jabr, Bayan (227) Johnson, Barry (Colonel) former senior public affairs officer in Baghdad 13-K 13-L 13-M Maliki ( Nouri Kamil Muhammad-Hasan al-Maliki, also known as Jawad al-Maliki or Abu Esraa) former Iraq Prime Minister (p. 220) see later info Masri (Abu Ayyub al-Masri) leader of Iraq Al-Qaeda after Zarqawi was killed by US JSOC (p 229) An Egyptian in his late 30s, Masri had joined Islamic Jihad in 1982, been an associate of Ayman al-Zawahiri in Egypt and traveled to Afghanistan in...(p 229-230) Mazin (Mazin Abu Abd al-Rahman) (p 233) had been released from Camp Bucca in September. During his nearly two years in detention, Mazin was trained by Al-Qaeda operatives in Bucca. McCrystal, Stan JSOC task force (p 229) see later info Miller, Monica (Lieutenant Colonel) (p 237) 13-N Norris, John (Lieutenant Colonel) 4-23 Infantry, part of the 172nd Stryker Brigade, Together Forward II in Baghdad; Norris and Peterson dealt with a meatpacking plant massacre resulted in October of mass arrest of officers from the offending 8th Brigade, 2nd National Police Division. (p 225) Nur (Abu Nur) (p232) 13-O Odierno, Ray (brief mention p 232) (brief mention p 237) see later info 13-P Peterson, Jeff (Lieutenant Colonel) Together Forward II in Baghdad; 1-14 Cavalry p 226. Peterson is one who also ran up against Iraqi National Police corruption and violence against Shiites (p227) and he created a security zone around the Sunni portion of his area from which he banned National Police entirely. 13-Q 13-R Rahman (al-Rahman) p 230 Rumsfeld, Donald (p 227) 13-S Saffar (Ammar al-Saffar) former Iraq Health Ministry officialp 223 abducted in Nov 2006, likely had important information about crimes at health ministry, American intelligence felt Zamili likely behind kidnapping and likely death, his body never found, people had likely tried to make it look like Sunni Al-Qaeda did it via a hostage video. Shammari (Hamid al-Shammari) Mahdi Army commander, health ministry Facilities Protection Service (p. 222) Shawkat, Asif p 230 Syrian military intelligence official, Syria's intelligence chief and brother in law to Prisident Bashar Assad Assad brief mention p 230 Syria president Shidlovsky, Ivan (Lt. Colonel) (p 238) 13-T Thurman, J.D. (in Iraq former US commander of the 4th Infantry Division) senior American commander in Baghdad; recommended that the Iraqi National Police be withdrawn and retrained. p 226 13-U 13-V 13-W Waeli (Shirwan Al-Waeli) (p221) installed as head of the CIA's rival intel unit (National Security Affairs); under Maliki he was also put in as head of Transportation Minister Wathiq (p232) an informer once caught, brother in law of Zarqawi’s late religious advisor 13-X 13-Y 13-Z Zamili (Hakim al-Zamili) p. 222 a Mahdi Army operative, health ministry deputy minister installed in 2005 Zarqawi (Abu Musab al-Zarqawi) p 229 after his death new leader was al-Masri (abbrev AMZ); JSOC along with McCrystal killed Zarqawi (p 230) Zawahiri (Ayman al-Zawahiri) of Egypt brief mention (p 229) PEOPLE LISTED IN THIS SECTION - More/Later Info AMERICAN Chiarelli-Peter William Chiarelli is a retired United States Army general who served as the 32nd Vice Chief of Staff of the United States Army from August 4, 2008 to January 31, 2012. He also served as commander, Multi-National Corps – Iraq under General George W. Casey, Jr. He was the Senior Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense from March 2007 to August 2008. He retired from the United States Army on January 31, 2012 after nearly 40 years of service, and was succeeded as Vice Chief of Staff by General Lloyd J. Austin III. (Wikipedia). Chiarelli was born in Seattle, Washington on March 23, 1950. He is a Distinguished Military Graduate of Seattle University Army ROTC. Chiarelli was commissioned a second lieutenant in September 1972. Throughout his career, he has served in Army units in the United States, Germany, and Belgium. He has commanded at every level…(Military-History.fandom) See also: POGO-L3 Harris Technologies and Chiarelli The Pentagon Revolving Door Database exposes the depth of the reciprocal relationship between senior Pentagon officials and defense contractors Excerpt: General Peter W. Chiarelli retired as Vice Chief of Staff of the Army in March 2012. According to his company biography he led the Army's budget planning and execution and equipment modernization. He joined the board of Pentagon contractor Harris Corporation in August 2012.Chiarelli has received over $1.1 million in compensation since joining Harris's board McCrystal: Stanley Allen McChrystal is a retired United States Army general best known for his command of Joint Special Operations Command in the mid-2000s. His last assignment was as Commander, International Security Assistance Force and Commander, United States Forces – Afghanistan. He previously served as Director, Joint Staff from August 2008 to June 2009 and as Commander of JSOC from 2003 to 2008, where he was credited with the death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, leader of Al-Qaeda in Iraq, but also criticized for his alleged role in the cover-up of the Pat Tillman friendly fire incident. McChrystal was reportedly known for saying what other military leaders were thinking but were afraid to say; this was one of the reasons cited for his appointment to lead all forces in Afghanistan. He held the post from June 15, 2009, to June 23, 2010. (Wikipedia)Became the CEO of a global business consulting group of sorts McChrystal Group [still up 2022/01/09] Odierno: Deceased. Sep 08, 1954 - Oct 08, 2021 (age 67) Raymond Thomas Odierno was an American military officer who served as a four-star general of the United States Army and as the 38th chief of staff of the Army. Prior to his service as chief of staff, Odierno commanded United States Joint Forces Command from October 2010 until its disestablishment in August 2011. He served as Commanding General, United States Forces – Iraq and its predecessor, Multi-National Force – Iraq, from September 2008 through September 2010. (Wikipedia) See also: CNN 2021/10/09 Excerpt: Odierno retired in 2015 after more than 37 years of military service, including deployments to Europe and three tours to Iraq. He commanded the 4th Infantry Division from October 2001 to June 2004, leading the division at the start of the Iraq War.Under his leadership, the 1st Brigade Combat team of the 4th Infantry Division found and captured Saddam Hussein. Thurman: James David Thurman (born September 19, 1953) is a retired United States Army general who served as the Commander of United Nations Command, R.O.K.-U.S. Combined Forces Command, and United States Forces Korea from July 14, 2011 until October 2, 2013. (Wikipedia) IRAQ Maliki: Nouri Kamil Muhammad-Hasan al-Maliki, also known as Jawad al-Maliki or Abu Esraa, is secretary-general of the Islamic Dawa Party and was the prime minister of Iraq from 2006 to 2014 and the vice president of Iraq from 2014 to 2015 and 2016 to 2018. 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