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By Edgar A. Stitt
This ebook is devoted to the reminiscence of expert ClarenceA. funds, scout, 4th Battalion, 66th Armor, third Brigade, third Infantry department, killed in motion, Feb.27, 1991, in the course of offensive operations opposed to the Iraqi Medina Republican safeguard department in southern Iraq.
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S. tankers show off Saddam Hussein books they found in abandoned Iraqi bunkers. An M1A1 and a Hum-V during a refuel-on-the-move (ROM) while taking a break during the 4-day ground campaign against Iraq. S. TOW missile fired by a Bradley infantry fighting veh icle. Maintenance being pulled on an M1 A 1 Abrams tank during a break in the 4-day ground offensive. Left side view of a Kuwaiti BMP-2 armed with a 30mm cannon and the AT-6 Spigot antitank missile. , strike a pose after the end of the conflict.
After the war in southern Iraq was a large munitions area. An abandoned Iraqi bunker. S. air attacks caused the Iraqi soldiers to park their vehicles in one area and live in another approximately 300-500 meters away. The remains of an Iraqi barracks after the 3rd Bde. , 3rd Inf. Div. attacked through it. A destroyed Iraqi combat engineer vehicle lies in the emplacement where it was destroyed by 3rd Bde. tank fire. Most Iraqis preferred surrendering by SSgt. Edgar A. Stitt -----------------------------------------Driving his M 113A3 armored personnel carrier over the rough and unchanging desert terrain.
50 caliber machine gun and realized he'd lose. He dropped his weapon," said Carlson. Carlson ordered Hernandez and Col. Jason Hauck, NBC NCO, Co. , out to take the Iraqis prisoner. ''I'll never forget their faces, They had the fear of God in them," said Hauck. "It was kinda wierd, the look on their faces. Their chain of command had told them we'd kill them," added Carlson. As Hernandez and Hauck began searching the enemy soldiers, a couple more Iraqis appeared, dropped their weapons and surrendered, "It was a tense moment.
100 Days, 100 Hours: Phantom Brigade in the Gulf War by Edgar A. Stitt