Ep. 45 – The Battle for Mosul, with Col. Pat Work

February 13, 2018 00:39:51
Ep. 45 – The Battle for Mosul, with Col. Pat Work
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Ep. 45 – The Battle for Mosul, with Col. Pat Work
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Show Notes

Last summer, Iraq's prime minister declared victory in the long battle to retake Mosul from ISIS. The Iraqi security forces who fought there did so with the help of a US brigade commanded by Col. Pat Work. In this episode, he talks about the battle, what he learned from it, and how it should inform the way we fight in the future.

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