Friday, October 29, 2004

QaQaa gate closing

WASHINGTON — A U.S. Army officer came forward Friday to say a team from the 3rd Infantry Division took about 250 tons of munitions and other material from the Al-Qaqaa (search) arms-storage facility soon after Saddam Hussein's regime fell in April 2003.

Maj. Austin Pearson said at a Pentagon news conference that he was tasked in the days after the fall of the Iraqi regime with a mission to secure and destroy ammunition and explosives. He led a 25-man team called Task Force Bullet.


Well, I guess that Pentagon did the job it was supposed to again.

God bless our brave men and women serving in the Iraqi Liberation campaign.

Posted by Mahmoud the Weasel at 10:01 PM |

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