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Talks to a WTCM-AM reporter in Traverse City, Mich., about what his duties are in Iraq, effects of the troop surge to progress in Iraq, troop morale after the tour extensions, the ability of Iraqi forces to take control of their security, the risks taken by Iraqis who join their military and security forces, what the Soldiers miss from home and his opinion on bringing troops home.



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This work, Col. Shanahan, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:09.07.2007

Date Posted:09.11.2007

Category:Interviews

Audio ID:19785

Length:00:17:39

Filename:0709/DOD_100008167.mp3

Location:TAJI, IQGlobe

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