Stories of the 12th Cavalry

OIF II - 2nd Battalion, 12th Cavalry

 

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Aiding and Abetting the Enemy: the Media in Iraq, by LTC Tim Ryan, CO, 2/12 Cav. A well publicized  essay on how the media's coverage has distorted the world's view of Iraq. Interesting comments on WorldTribune.com Letters to the Editor Part I and Part II.

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Interview with LTC Scott Kendrick, by the Contemporary Operations Studies Team (COST), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.  The Combat Studies Institute archives firsthand accounts from US Army military personnel who planned, participated in and supported Operation Iraqi Freedom from May 2003 through the Iraqi national elections in January 2005.

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Interview with CPT Bill Meredith, by the Contemporary Operations Studies Team (COST), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.  The Combat Studies Institute archives firsthand accounts from US Army military personnel who planned, participated in and supported Operation Iraqi Freedom from May 2003 through the Iraqi national elections in January 2005.

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Cavalry Soldiers describe Battle of Najaf, By Pfc. Al Barrus of the Army News Service. Tankers of Company A, 2/12th Cav assisted the Marines during the August 2004 Battle of Najaf.

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Cav Scouts Serve as Eyes, ears of Task Force, by Spc Andy Miller, 122nd Mobile Public Affairs DetachmentThe Scout Platoon's duties include reconnaissance, searches and patrols.

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Fallen Soldier Laid to Rest in San Antonio, by Amanda Stairrett of the Killeen Daily Herald. SSG Chris Kiernan, known as the "General" died May 6, 2007 while serving his second tour in Iraq. He was much respected soldier who was assigned to Company B, 2/12th Cavalry during OIF II in 2004-2005. 



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