Breaking Iraq: The Ten Mistakes That Broke Iraq

Breaking Iraq The Ten Mistakes That Broke Iraq The unvarnished account of a brigade commander s tour of duty in Baghdad during the first chaotic year of the American occupation following the invasion What went wrong and what was wrong with th

  • Title: Breaking Iraq: The Ten Mistakes That Broke Iraq
  • Author: Ted Spain Terry Turchie
  • ISBN: 9781933909530
  • Page: 352
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The unvarnished account of a brigade commander s tour of duty in Baghdad during the first chaotic year of the American occupation following the 2003 invasion What went wrong and what was wrong with the U.S military is closely examined.The ten major mistakes made in Washington and on the battlefield are brought to light in this fascinating book Foreword by Pulitzer PrizeThe unvarnished account of a brigade commander s tour of duty in Baghdad during the first chaotic year of the American occupation following the 2003 invasion What went wrong and what was wrong with the U.S military is closely examined.The ten major mistakes made in Washington and on the battlefield are brought to light in this fascinating book Foreword by Pulitzer Prize author, Tom Ricks.

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    1. Firstly, I met COL Ted Spain, served in Iraq at the same time as he did, and have enormous respect for him as a leader and military cop. His book took me back to 2003 and the challenges of the Iraq War. I agree with 95% of the problems he highlights in his interesting and well-written book (I don't care who it is, but I always disagree with some of their opinions). Along with his discussion of the problems, he presents solutions for future wars of this sort, interspaced with enough narrative sto [...]


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