Ware, Michael
November 2004
Time;11/22/2004, Vol. 164 Issue 21, p30
Follows a U.S. platoon during the full-scale assault on Fallujah, Iraq. The intense and chaotic battle between Americans and armed insurgents; How the U.S. offensive has left much of Fallujah in ruins; Comments of soldiers; Details of operations carried out by Alpha Company; Enemy tactics; Casualties; Attitudes of the soldiers.


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