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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:06 pm

Pentagon's plans for Iraq mission shelved

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Defense Secretary James Mattis speaks during a portrait unveiling ceremony for former Defense Secretary Ash Carter, at the Pentagon, Friday, Feb. 2, 2018. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) more >

By Carlo Muñoz - The Washington Times - Monday, June 18, 2018

BRUSSELS | American and NATO military officials are transforming the U.S. mission in Iraq into a more-multinational campaign amid the promise of new commitments from partner nations to train and advise Iraqi forces to prevent a recurrence of the threat from Islamic State.

But a Pentagon plan to totally transform the Iraqi mission into a longer-term campaign more akin to current U.S. operations in Afghanistan has been shelved for the time being, officials say, even though the increased commitment from NATO for Iraq could be a major step in that direction.

The specific number of NATO troops and the partner nations from which those forces will be drawn from will be outlined at the alliance’s annual summit, scheduled for next month, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said during a separate briefing at a gathering of NATO defense ministers here last week.

“We strongly believe that the best weapon we have in the fight against terrorism is to train local forces,” Mr. Stoltenberg said.

“NATO has deployed in big combat operations, and it may happen again that we need to do that. But in the long run, we strongly believe that the much better strategy is to enable local forces to stabilize their own country and fight terrorism themselves,” he added.


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