My Share of the Task - Part Two, Chapter 11 - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Stanley A. McChrystal
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Part Two, Chapter 11 - Epilogue Summary and Analysis

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Part Two, Chapter 11 - Suicide bombings by foreign fighters increase through 2004 and 2005. As TF 714's role expands, as does that of JIATF, which decentralizes into East and West groups. A solution is sought to curtail the foreign fighters flooding Iraq. A pattern emerges of men without a violent past, seduced by glory and propaganda on computer screens, as well as by scandals like Abu Ghraib, to fighting in Iraq. AQI has careful and meticulous managerial practices, and handles potential suicide bombers like rounds of ammunition being stored in one place or another. Meanwhile, the Second Battle of Fallujah winds down. At the same time, a rift occurs between Casey and his staff, and TF 714. While Casey's staff blames Baathists as the cause of the widespread insurgency, McChrystal knows it is primarily Zarqawi...

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