Certification Equals Quality

December 2004
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Dec2004, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p50
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The article informs that shortly after September 11, the United States conducted military action in Afghanistan, All appeared to be going well with little in the form of casualties. The medical center operated on a war footing but did not see much in the way of caring for returning combatants. The war on terrorism had not yet hit home. Then in March 2003, U.S. forces invaded Iraq. This battle was different than the 1991 Gulf War. The Iraqi Army was now defending on their soil and mounted a strong defense. As the days and weeks of difficult urban fighting continued, so did the casualties.


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