Special Report: Weighing the 'Surge'
A woman complains to a U.S. commander in Baghdad's Dora market. The market is reviving, but some soldiers say the situation is precarious.
A woman complains to a U.S. commander in Baghdad's Dora market. The market is reviving, but some soldiers say the situation is precarious. "I'm worried about what's going to happen to this place when we leave," one soldier said.
By Sudarsan Raghavan -- The Washington Post
Tactics on the Ground: Putting Troops Among the People
BAGHDAD -- Nearly every week, American generals and politicians visit Combat Outpost Gator, nestled behind a towering blast wall in the Dora market. They arrive in convoys of armored Humvees, sometimes accompanied by helicopter gunships, to see what U.S. commanders display as proof of the effecti...
 
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