Gen. Casey Attends Task Force Lightning Operational Update Briefing

General George Casey, commanding general, Multi-National Forces-Iraq attended an operational update briefing at Forward Operating Base Warhorse for the 3rd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Task Force Lightning.

General Casey visited the base to meet with the leaders of the Striker Brigade and was introduced to the gathered commanders of the 3rd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Task Force Lightning by Col. Brian Jones, commander, 3rd HBCT.

Forward Operating Base Warhorse is located near Baqubah, Iraq, and the operational update covered the Striker Brigade’s maneuvers in Diyala Province.

Gen. George Casey, MNFI commanding generalintroduced to Task Force Lightning commanders
Gen. George Casey, commanding general, MultiNational Forces-Iraq, motions to the gathered command and staff from the 3rd Heavy Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Task Force Lightning during a briefing at Forward Operating Base Warhorse. Casey was visiting the base near Baqubah, Iraq, for an operational update on the Striker Brigade’s maneuvers in Diyala Province.

Division Public Affairs contributed information, photos and cutlines for this story, Sept. 27, 2006

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