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    International Coalition leaders are demanding Obama to deploy more troops in Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Thu 23 Jun 2016, 3:40 am

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    It revealed an American newspaper, the desire of American commanders claim President Barack Obama, the deployment ofseveral hundred US troops in Iraq, stressing the need for such action to promote progress against Daash and defeat. The Washington Post The Washington Post, in a report I followed (range Press), " The American commanders who paint operations against the terrorists in Iraq , plans are preparing requests to send more troops and equipment to Iraq," noting that they "believe that these enhancements arenecessary to accelerate Elimination of Daash. " 
    the newspaper added that the" orders has not been formally presented after the White House for approval, they should be subject to scrutiny by the leadership of the Ministry of defense , "indicating that" information indicates that the senior leaders of the American generals stressed the need for others to hundreds of US troops to do the job properly against Daash. " 
    According to several senior officials in the US army and Congress and the Obama administration, the US newspaper explained that" the generals who are on the ground in Iraq, among them the commander ofcoalition forces in Iraq , Gen. Sean McFarland, has expressed dissatisfaction and frustration forced to theconditions set by the White House to determine the size of sending troops and procedures that directly restrict military official to express what he needs, "arguing that it" affects the preparation of forces in the requests that are sent to Washington ".onqlt the newspaper 's deputy army chief of staff , retired Gen. Jack Keane, saying, "what Gen. McFarland is trying to do now is to make another change." "When talking McFarland again on the need to increase the number of troops it means what it says." 
    He said Gen. Keane, that "McFarland and the rest of the generals on the ground need more supervisors aircraft tactical and advisers to be present in the vicinity of the battlefield units , " adding , "but did not provide officially their applications to deploy hundreds of soldiers pressured by their leaders and their superiors. " 
    he retired general, they" know very well what you do not demand it because they know it will not be achieved, "they returned to it , " it led to increased frustration rate among military leaders on the subject. " 
    the White House has agreed on several occasions on a number of specific increases of US forces in Iraq since the start of the campaign against al Daash where he officially resides currently in Iraq nearly four thousand military and one hundred US, with officials in Congress and the US military indicate that the presence of 900 US military personnel did not work out within that, as elements of special operations deployed on a temporary basis , according to the operational and logistical situation. 
    officials believe they "constitute a circumvention of the actual statistics of the number of US troops in Iraq" .oamady Gen. Keane said, he "got the information from Vice Chief of army Staff, Gen. Daniel yen, which told him that the House action White controlling the number of troops in Iraq have forced the military to split theunits and additional forces complementary with security contractors what hurt military operations with double the costs , "pointing out that" the number of contractors Americans supporters of the US military in Iraq is unknown but It estimated in the thousands. " She said the Washington Post that " the yen General had traveled to Baghdad in May and met with Commander McFarland and the rest of the other generals on theground where the expressed needs they deem necessary in the war against Daash." 
    Allen said the General, " The Guest Gen. McFarland what perceives on the ground and the rest of the leaders others express what they need and what it requires of field position. " 
    the Washington Post, that" a group of generals involved in the mission to fight Daash has told members of the US Congress in secret that they need more troops to be sent as soon as possible , taking into account thefragility of the current procedures and duration between the submission of applications and those where thetroops will be able to contribute to the battle. " 
    it said chairman of the Armed services Committee of the US parliament, Mac Thornberry," could generals submit a request to increase troop rate in Iraq , but before that should go back to the National Security Council and see the nature of the reaction they know full well that the White House wants to keep the number of troops to a minimum. " 
    the senior officials of the US administration, that" the current campaign against Daash plan going successfully and that all official requests that reach the president receive serious attention, " and argued that the"President Obama insists that the war campaign against supply Daash moving steadily , taking into account the length of the duration of the task and other American military commitments."
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    Post by Diamond Thu 23 Jun 2016, 7:00 am

    obitch has shown his sure colors why would a general think a lame duck president that wasn't worth a shitte would do right now

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