[size=36]America reinforces its forces in Iraq with hundreds of soldiers[/size]
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America is strengthening its forces in Iraq within the framework of the international coalition to eliminate ISIS with 300 additional soldiers who will remain in Iraq for nine months and return to America in July 2023.
These additional soldiers belong to the 163rd Field Artillery Division of the Indiana National Guard, and these are The first time since 2008 that America sends this number of soldiers to Iraq.
An officer in the US National Guard Command, Aaron Lang, announced that National Guard forces are deployed annually to other countries, but such a number of soldiers have not been sent to another country before.
While about 85 countries participate in the international coalition to eliminate ISIS, this American officer did not explain the force that these soldiers go to strengthen, while US officials indicated that the 300 soldiers will support the security forces of the international coalition present in Iraq.
And American media indicate that American soldiers often volunteer to demand that they be sent to other countries, and at other times, military leaders choose soldiers and experts for this purpose.
US soldier Josep Beckler, one of the soldiers scheduled to be sent to Iraq, says he has served in Japan before and that the difference in weather and exposure to different cultures made him excited.
Pickler says the soldiers were trained before being sent to Iraq and told all about Iraq.
There are currently 2,500 American soldiers in Iraq, and these soldiers work within the framework of the international coalition to eliminate ISIS and within the framework of NATO, and they provide advice to the Iraqi forces. every now and then. finished 29/h