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Iraq War:

Battles and Campaigns

The Iraq War which began in March of 2003 continues to grind on, with continual casualties for Coalition and Iraqi government forces and Iraqi civilians. This page will continue to expand as more battles, military operations, and different aspects of the insurgency and the Iraqi civil war are added.

Below are links and resources to help find more information on this issue.

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Battle of Debecka Pass--Battle of Fallujah--Battle of Nasiriyah--Mahdi Army Uprising



Battle of Debecka Pass: (April 6, 2003)

Special Operations Troops Recount Iraq Missions

The Battle of Debecka Pass Iraq

Battle of Debecka Pass--From Wikipedia


Battle of Fallujah

Fallujah in Pictures --Pictures from the battle of Fallujah you probably won't see on television.

Wikipedia: Fallujah --Hyperlinked page on the Iraqi city in the province of Al Andar. It is known as the "city of mosques" for the more than 200 mosques in the city and surrounding villages.

Fallujah.US --Raw video footage from the U.S. military offensive in Fallujah, Iraq, 2004.

Fallujah --Features an history and overview of the Iraqi city. From Global Security.org.

GlobalSecurity.org: Fallujah --Includes satellite imagery and information and links about the ongoing U.S. military operations.

Aljazeera.Net: Falluja in 2004 --Ongoing coverage of battles and events in Falluja, including pictures and an article archive.

The Battle of Fallujah: A Comprehensive Briefing (v3.6)--by Joe Katzman

Talking Proud: Battle for Fallujah, our warfighters towered in maturity and guts

Guardian Unlimited: The Siege of Fallujah --Interactive feature about the ongoing conflict over the Iraqi city of Fallujah. Includes maps and photographs.

CBC News: Fallujah - City in Chaos --Includes key facts about the Iraqi city.

BBC News: Beginning of the End? --November 2004 article discussing the role of the battle for Fallujah on the future of Iraq and its January 2005 elections.


Battle of Nasiriyah: (March 23 - March 29, 2003)
US Army official assessment about the attack on 507th Company

First hand account of USMC C Company battle for the bridges

Battle of Nasiriyah--From Wikipedia


Mahdi Army Uprising: (April 4 - June 6, 2003)

BBC - Who are Iraq's Mahdi Army?

Mahdi Army--From Wikipedia


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