January 09 2015
U.S. military trainers in Iraq have numerous challenges as they try to boost the capabilities of the Iraqi forces to combat Islamic State militants, reports the Washington Post.
Reporters given access to the program this week saw the new restrictions the troops face.
The Iraqi dependence on their own logistics has created a shortage of weapons and ammunition for training. Soldiers at Camp Taji have been forced to shout "bang bang" to simulate firing during drills, said the...
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