Drogo is my adopted stunning mahogany Belgian Malinois dog. He is not an ordinary dog but a decorated marine working dog with four excursions in Iraq and Afghanistan. Drogo walks with absolute confidence in his gait and frequently wears an aggressive facial expression that reminds me of a drill sergeant….
The Gulf War was a confrontation sparked by Saddam Hussein’s attempt to conquer and occupy Kuwait in 1990. Immediately after the invasion, the U.S. government is planning to end Iraq’s military operation in Kuwait to defend its geopolitical interests. According to the film narrator Toxic Sludge is God for You,…
As Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom came to an end in 2008, more than 1.7 million armed men and women had participated in different campaigns. However, their return home was not unheard of since a large number of the families had. Various military and civilian records agree that…
I was born and bred in Iraq and as far as I can recall my family, friends, and almost everyone in the village have constantly been ardent embracers Iraq culture and religious affirmations. Like any other growing country Iraq has faced it is own challenges at monetary and political levels,…
Clint Eastwood’s “American Sniper,” a record of the Iraq War as seen from the gun sights of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, whose four voyages through obligation solidified his remaining as the deadliest marksman in U.S. military history, begins as a competent, straightforward combat image and gradually transforms into something more…