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Strategic Reflections: Operation Iraqi Freedom, July 2004–February 2007

Strategic Reflections: Operation Iraqi Freedom, July 2004–February 2007George W. CASEY
National Defense University Press
Washington, D.C. 2012

Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom were the first major wars of the 21st century. They will not be the last. They have significantly impacted how the U.S. Government and military think about prosecuting wars. They will have a generational impact on the U.S. military, as its future leaders, particularly those in the ground forces, will for decades be men and women who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. It is imperative that leaders at all levels, both military and civilian, share their experiences to ensure that we, as a military and as a country, gain appropriate insights for the future. From Introduction





1. Preparing for the Mission (May–June 2004)

2. Establishing the Mission and Preparing for the First Elections (July 2004-January 2005)

3. Completing the Un Timeline and Setting Conditions for a New Iraq (January-December 2005)

4 Government Transition and the Rise of Sectarian Violence (January-June 2006)

5. The Toughest Days (July 2006-February 2007)

6. Insights for Leaders


1. Abbreviations

2. The Coalition, July 2004

3. Leadership in Iraq, 2004-2007

4. Iraqi Security Forces Progression, 2004-2007

5. Operation Iraqi Freedom Chronology 2004-2007

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