Battle at Entry Control Point-5

Nicolov, Julie
July 2006
Soldiers;Jul2006, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p38
The article focuses on the battles that occurred at Entry Control Point 5 and Battle Position (BP) 4 located at the Sufia district of Ramadi, Iraq in 2005, which put the skills of U.S. reserve-component soldiers to the test. The attack of insurgents at BP 4 on September 15 is reported. Information on the contribution of the Guard Soldiers to the security of Ramadi is also presented.


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