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Negroponte. It was important to show that L. S. Administrator, was leaving Iraq and being replaced by a diplomat whose responsibility did not include the administration of the country. S. ambassador to war-torn Honduras in the early 1980s and later representing the United States in the Philippines and Mexico and at the United Nations. His stature demonstrated a commitment to supporting the IIG and his skill would bring much to the table in the difficult year ahead. S. Army General George W. 12 Like Allawi and Negroponte, Casey brought great talent and stature to the task in Iraq.

30 At the time, it included only one battalion of infantry, the 1st Battalion, 4th Marines (known as BLT 1/4 once the normal compliment of Marine reconnaissance, tanks, and armored vehicle units were integrated with the infantry) commanded by Lieutenant Colonel John L. Mayer. The MEU commander, Colonel Tony Haslem, soon understood that he needed more “boots on the ground” to deal with the ever-worsening situation in such a large city. 31 The combat in the difficult terrain of the cemetery was intense and unforgiving.

Ambassador, John D. Negroponte. It was important to show that L. S. Administrator, was leaving Iraq and being replaced by a diplomat whose responsibility did not include the administration of the country. S. ambassador to war-torn Honduras in the early 1980s and later representing the United States in the Philippines and Mexico and at the United Nations. His stature demonstrated a commitment to supporting the IIG and his skill would bring much to the table in the difficult year ahead. S. Army General George W.

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