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"These guys are diplomats, social workers, and marines all at the same time," says their commander.
Violence has plummeted in the insurgency's birthplace, but the fragile gains could be reversed.
Maj. Gen. John Kelly says Syria, once a conduit for terrorists to enter Iraq, has become a "sanctuary."
Visits to a water treatment facility always turn up cables siphoning electricity from generators.
U.S. combat troops will soon depart Camp Fallujah, which saw some of the conflict's bloodiest battles.
The U.S. commander there, in an exclusive interview, calls for a further buildup to counter the Taliban
After two Iraq deployments, members of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit face a different sort of war.
Hollywood helps simulate Iraq to give marines a chance to understand what to expect.
They may be walking, but they're wounded and rudderless. There's a lesson here.
The MRAP Protects Troops in Iraq From Roadside Bombs