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    Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve      


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    Urban Operations

    Urban Operations

    02.13.2018 | Photo by Spc. Shannon Westpfahl
    An Italian coalition member demonstrates to Iraqi soldiers how to properly pie a corner of a building without being seen during the Desert...
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    Recent Videos

    Operation Inherent Resolve Military Official Briefs Reporters

    Operation Inherent Resolve Military...

    01.16.2018 | Courtesy Video
    Marine Corps Brig. Gen. James F. Glynn, deputy commander of Operation Inherent Resolve's Special Operations Joint Task Force, briefs reporters at...
    Iraq Army Day

    Iraq Army Day

    01.06.2018 | Video by Sgt. Cameron Christensen
    Lt. Gen. Paul E. Funk II, Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve commanding general, joins Iraqi leaders and citizens in...
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    Recent News Stories

    Iraqi Army Day

    01.06.2018 | Courtesy Story
    SOUTHWEST ASIA - Combined Joint Forces Land Component Command - Operation Inherent Resolve joins Iraqi leaders and citizens in recognizing their 97th Iraqi Army Day.

    Coalition engineers erect steel bridge in...

    01.04.2018 | Courtesy Story
    SOUTHWEST ASIA – A Coalition team working with Syrian partners erected a steel bridge in only 16 hours on Dec. 27, 2017, near the village of Hawi al-Hawa west of Raqqah province, Syria.

    CJTF-OIR reflects on 2017 and looks...

    01.01.2018 | Courtesy Story
    Today, the 70 nations and four organizations that comprise the Global Coalition reflect on 2017 as we look forward to 2018. The campaign to defeat Daesh, which commenced in 2014, achieved its most significant progress in 2017 as key cities in Iraq and Syria, including Mosul, Hawijah, al-Qaim, Tal Afar, Raqqah, and Tabqah, were systematically liberated from the brutal clutches of Daesh’s so-called caliphate.
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