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Captain Jeffrey Pool


Captain Jeffrey S. Pool is a US Marines Public Affairs Officer, spokesman, writer and photographer based in al Anbar province, Iraq.

Massive Weapons Cache Discovered NE of Baghdad, Local Citizens Assisted

More than 3,000 pieces of various types of munitions were discovered yesterday by U.S. Army soldiers conducting a reconnaissance patrol near Al Quratiyah, approximately 350 km northwest of Baghdad.
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Operation Trust in God in Al Anbar Province – Independent Iraqi...

Soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 4th Brigade, 1st Iraqi Army Division spearheaded their second independent operation yesterday.

Syrian Insurgents Captured in Iraqi Army raid, Ar Ramadi

Soldiers with 1st Brigade, 7th Iraqi Army Division conducted a targeted raid in Ar Ramadi against a foreign insurgent cell suspected of operating in the provincial capital.

Operation Final Strike Ends in Jazerra Area, Northwest of Habbaniyah

The eastern Jazerra is a known insurgent staging area for attacks against Iraqi citizens, Iraqi Security Forces and Coalition Forces.
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Iraqi Insurgents Defile Graveyard to Hide Weapons Cache

Iraqi Army soldiers and U.S. Marines uncovered hundreds of mortars, artillery rounds, rockets and other warheads during the 3-day sweep near the ancient town of Hit in Al Anbar province.
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Iraqi Army Soldiers and US Marines Clear Weapons Caches in Ramadi

Iraqi Army soldiers from 1st and 2nd Battalion, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, attached to the 2nd Brigade Combat Team discovered seven weapons caches, detained two insurgents
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Operation Rams Progress, December 5

Altogether, the forces have discovered four weapons caches and four improvised explosive devices during this operation. One of the caches was significant in size...

Operation Iron Hammer Begins, East of Hit, Iraq

Iraqi Army soldiers and U.S. Marines, Sailors and Soldiers began operations near Hit in the Hai Al Becker region, approximately 170 km from Baghdad.