Marines Prep for Long Iraq Deployment: Far-flung Fifth Fleet Hunts Down Foes

Burgess, Richard R.
February 2004
Sea Power;Feb2004, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p36
Focuses on the release of details of the deployment of large numbers of Marines to Iraq and Afghanistan by the U.S. Marine Corps. Number of Marines and sailors to be deployed; Reserve units mobilized for the deployment; Movement of the equipment for the Marines.


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