See No Evil: The True Story of a Ground Soldier in the CIA's War on Terrorism - Chapters 18 and 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18 and 19 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 18: March 6, 1995. Salah Al-Din, Iraq

During he night of March 6, the conflict finally broke out. Robert and Tom were watching with binoculars and could see flares and tracers in the night sky. Robert learned that Talabani and his men were attacking a brigade from the 38th Division at Guwayr and eventually took it sustaining very few casualties among the Kurdish guerrillas. Robert and Tom packed up to go to the front and look for Talabani. After an arduous journey, they arrived in the mountains south of Sulamaniyah to a one-story cinder block building. Talabani came rushing out, hugged Robert and lifted him off the ground. Once inside, Talabani told the CIA officers that they would be attacking again that night. The next morning Robert and Tom said their good-byes to Talabani who laughed and said they'd meet again in...

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