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Updates: 2019/01-02) Fallujah PTSD Victims-Marines;2018/09/02-clay-hunt;08/26/2018 Fallujah battles added; 07/19/2018 Iraqi Freedom deaths American military Iraq;
07/17/2018Page started 07/14/2018
IN THIS SECTION: Quick Links (separate page) Excerpted Links OIF/Operation Iraqi Freedom
Fallujah/OIF (Op. Iraqi Freedom)/ Battles 1&2 Fallujah/PTSD Victims (Marlboro Marine, Tan Mai)
Fallujah- US Marine Death Dealers
New Dawn Inherent Resolve Clay Hunt (suicide bill)
See also -New separate Iraq Section
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Mesmerism in Muslims Muslim Mafia
Fort Hood Killer
Lopez, Ivan (Army Truck Driver)
The Fort Hood shooter, an Army truck driver named Ivan Lopez, was reportedly undergoing evaluation for PTSD.
(Washington Post (2014/04/03)
OPERATION NEW DAWN (2010)
Army dot mil: Operation New Dawn
On 17 February 2010, U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates announced that as of 1 September, the name "Operation
Iraqi Freedom" would be replaced by "Operation New Dawn".
OPERATION INHERENT RESOLVE (OIR)
American-led intervention in Iraq (2014–present)
https://en.wikipedia dot org/wiki/American-led_intervention_in_Iraq_(2014%E2%80%93present)
Wikipedia: Operation Inherent Resolve
(OIR) is the U.S. military's operational name for the military intervention against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIL,
in the vernacular, Daesh), including both the campaign in Iraq and the campaign in Syria. Since 21 August 2016, the
U.S. Army's XVIII Airborne Corps has been responsible for Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve (CJTF-
Inherent Resolve dot mil:
Please notice the symbol for Inherent Resolve:
Some recent activities as of July 2018:
Daesh has no safe haven in Iraq
July 17, 2018 - SOUTHWEST ASIA - Iraqi Security Forces, including the Peshmerga, conducted coordinated clearance
operations July 16 to eliminate Daesh presence in Iraq.
Maghawir al-Thowra Captures Eleven Daesh Fighters in Southern Syria
July 13, 2018 - SOUTHWEST ASIA – The Maghawir al-Thowra, an Operation Inherent Resolve partner force in Syria,
detained 11 Daesh fighters inside the 55-kilometer deconfliction zone in southern Syria, July 10, 2018.
Coalition and Iraqi artillery supports Operation Roundup
July 13, 2018 - SOUTHWEST ASIA -- South of Sinjar, Iraq near the Syrian border, Iraqi and Coalition troops lived and worked
side-by-side for more than a month as they shelled Daesh in Syria.
Maghawir al-Thowra Captures Daesh Fighters in 55km Deconfliction Zone
July 7, 2018 - SOUTHWEST ASIA -- The Maghawir al-Thowra, an Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) partner force in Syria,
detained nine Daesh fighters who were traveling through the 55-kilometer deconfliction zone (DCZ), located in southern
Syria.U.S. senators see Coalition and partner security efforts, need for international stabilization efforts in Iraq and Syria
July 6, 2018 - SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Three United States senators and key staff joined Combined Joint Task Force - Operation
Inherent Resolve in Iraq and Syria this week.
Guardian: (2014/10/16) Operation Inherent Resolve ISIS War Name
La Times (2014/10/15) Operation Inherent Resolve ISIS
Obama White House Archives: Clay Hunt Act What President Just Signed (02/12/2015)
Excerpt: Today, President Obama signed the Clay Hunt Act into law in the East Room of the White House. The new suicide
prevention law is named in honor of Clay Hunt, an extraordinary young Texan and decorated Marine who served with
distinction in Iraq and Afghanistan. Like too many of our veterans, Clay struggled with depression and post-traumatic stress
after he came home. Sadly, Clay’s life ended much too soon when he tragically committed suicide in 2011 at the age of only 28.
The Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans (SAV) Act is a testament to the type of man that Clay Hunt was — even
after his death, his legacy of helping veterans lives on. In America, our veterans and troops are still struggling. As a country, we
must do more to help our veterans deal with injuries like post-traumatic stress and depression.
CBS: The life and death of clay hunt Byron Pitts is the correspondent. David Schneider, producer.(03/13/2013)
One of the leading causes of death for American military forces right now is suicide. In 2012, 349 active members of the Armed
Forces took their own lives, more than who died in combat. When you add the suicides among veterans, the numbers are
staggering. The VA estimates that as many as 22 veterans a day die by their own hands. Twenty-two each day.
This is the story of one: Clay Hunt from Houston, Texas, a Marine veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. After four years
of a downward spiral, he took his own life in 2011.
IAVA:Campaign to Combat Suicide: Clay Hunt SAV Act Update. By Jackie Maffucci (11/15/2017)
In IAVA’s most recent member survey, 65 percent of IAVA members said they know a post-9/11 veteran who has attempted
suicide while 58% know a post-9/11 veteran that has died by suicide. These numbers are up 12 percent and 13 percent
respectively since 2014. Thirty-seven percent told us they themselves have considered suicide since joining the military. These
data highlight just how critical this issue is to our members… it’s personal. Over my tenure as Research Director, for four years
running, IAVA members have identified suicide prevention and mental health as the most important issue for post-9/11
veterans.These are the data that led to the development of IAVA’s Campaign to Combat Suicide in 2014, and our advocacy on
behalf of the Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act (SAV Act), passed into law in February 2015. Since its
passage, IAVA has been monitoring the implementation of this bill. Below is an update as of 3rd QTR FY 2017:
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, is a nonprofit 501c3 veterans organization founded by Paul Rieckhoff, an American writer,
social entrepreneur, advocate, activist and veteran of the United States Army and the Iraq War.
2017 was the 13th year since IAVA’s founding and one of solid impacts. In the
first half of the 115th Congress, despite the nastiest, most divisive time in recent
memory, we scored several important legislative victories for veterans that will
serve to connect, unite and empower Post-9/11 veterans for many years to come.
But there is much more to be done in 2018. As over 3 million men and women
have now served since 9/11, this is a pivotal year for America to invest in their
potential to take our nation forward for the next generation.
The Big six - IAVA’s policy priorities for 2018L:
1. sustain Campaign to Combat Suicide Among Troops and Veterans 2. Sustain Campaign to Recognize and
Improve Services for Women Veterans 3. Defend Veteran and Military Education Benefits 4. Defend and Reform
Government Support for Today’s Veterans 5. Initiate Support for Injuries from Burn Pits and other Toxic
Exposures 6. Initiate Empowerment of Veterans Who Want to Utilize Cannabis
IVAW-American Veterans against the war
(2017) IVAW Statement on Syria Strikes -Posted to: Staff April 12, 2017
Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) condemns in no uncertain terms the bombing of Sharyat airbase in Syria six days
ago by Donald Trump’s administration. As veterans of the unending and expanding wars conducted over the last 16 years,
we know intimately that U.S. military intervention exacerbates and further militarizes conflicts overseas and that the
people who pay the greatest price are the everyday people of occupied nations. We also know that this is not the first
time our military has been used in the Syrian conflict. U.S. bombs have been dropped on Syria under both the Trump and
Obama administrations, resulting in more than a thousand civilian deaths.
Columbus Dispatch: Are burn pits the new Agent Orange? As Iraq veterans suffer, the comparisons grow
Huffington Post: How Many U.S. Soldiers Were Wounded in Iraq? Guess Again. By Dan Froomkin (2012/02/29)
Japan Times15 years on, for many Iraq War veterans the effects of trauma are an ongoing battle
U.S. Marines stand guard outside the Ministry of Oil in Baghdad, Iraq, on April 19, 2003, soon after the start of the Iraq
War. Millions of veterans now deal with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, which has been especially prevalent
after brutal urban fighting in the conflict that began 15 years ago this month
New York Times: (2012) US Military Deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan: (2012/02/28)
The Department of Defense has identified 4,477 American service members who have died since the start of the Iraq war
and 1,888 who have died as part of the Afghan war and related operations.
Iraq, Afghanistan, etc.