What it’s like to be an Army soldier on the frontline in Iraq

It’s not a bad job.

The soldiers in uniform are the backbone of a multinational force that can defend the country against the threat of terrorism, including a potential Iranian attack.

The U.S. military is a key partner in Iraq, but it’s also an important player in the international community.

“We have the power to change the way we think about how we protect our homeland,” said Capt. Daniel D. Rizzuto, a battalion commander for the 1st Cavalry Division.

“The United States of America is a global superpower, but we don’t have the resources to fight alone.

So, if we can get help from other countries, we can help other countries.”

The military is also a major source of revenue for the country, which depends on its oil revenues to fund its war effort.

In 2017, it received $9.4 billion from foreign governments, according to the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime.

Its budget is roughly one-fifth of the U.”s.

Defense Department budget.

The 1st Infantry Division’s mission is to protect the nation from the threat posed by foreign-funded terrorism.

The Army has been conducting operations in Iraq since 2006.

The force has a combined size of around 7,500 soldiers, about 60 percent of whom are on active duty.

The brigade is the only one in the 1,400-strong force.

That force, which is made up mostly of veterans and their families, includes a few thousand people from other services.

The unit was originally called the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, but that name was changed to 1st Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division, after a 2010 military court-martial found two soldiers guilty of killing a fellow soldier.

The group was formed when an officer wanted to form an infantry unit.

He was fired from his post after he refused to join.

In January 2016, the military announced a plan to expand the brigade.

Gen. Jonathan W. Garret, the brigade commander, said at the time. “

Our brigade will be a more robust force, one that is ready to deploy quickly to defend our nation,” Lt.

Gen. Jonathan W. Garret, the brigade commander, said at the time.

“It will provide the Soldiers with a broader array of support to assist them in their mission.”

The brigade will now be called the 1/1/17 Brigade, which was formed in March 2018 and includes about 2,000 soldiers.

The 2/1 Brigade will also be the main force in the U-turn campaign against the Islamic State.

In a joint statement released last month, the two units said they were “committed to a mission that has proven to be critical to the success of the war on ISIS.”

The coalition has been in Iraq for more than a year and has taken out the Islamic state.

The American-led coalition has lost more than 1,000 lives, according.

The coalition also has been able to target IS strongholds with drones and other aircraft.

While the coalition has had success in Iraq with its airstrikes, the U.-turn campaign has been slow.

The Iraqi government has struggled to hold back the extremists.

Many are believed to be hiding in caves in the mountains that surround the capital, Baghdad.

In the fall of 2017, the coalition also began sending in more special operations forces to help the Iraqi security forces fight the extremists in their homes.

U.K.-based security analyst Christopher Mims has spent much of his career analyzing foreign military campaigns.

He said the coalition’s approach to Iraq was the right one.

“This was an extraordinary effort to do something so well, and they are really going to do it,” Mims said.

“I think they have been very successful.

They have done a great job.

They are well supported.

They haven’t had a big problem with civilians or the Peshmerga forces.

I think they are doing a really good job.”