Ending the U.S. War in Iraq : The Final Transition, Operational Maneuver, and Disestablishment of United States Forces-Iraq
Ending the U.S. war in Iraq required redeploying 100,000 military and civilian personnel; handing off responsibility for 431 activities to the Iraqi government, U.S. embassy, USCENTCOM, or other U.S. government entities; and moving or transferring ownership of over a million pieces of property in accordance with U.S. and Iraqi laws, national policy, and DoD requirements. This book examines the planning and execution of this transition.
- Paperback | 606 pages
- 177.8 x 238.76 x 35.56mm | 1,202.01g
- 04 Nov 2013
- RAND Corporation
- United States
About Richard R. Brennan
Richard Brennanis a Senior Political Scientist at RAND and career Army officer with extensiveexpertiserelating to national security policy regarding Iraq, Iran and thebroaderMiddle-East. From 2006 through 2011 heservedas a deployed RAND analystsupportingthe U.S. military in various positions to includethe RAND team leader within the Joint Interagency Task Force - Iraq, Director of the Checkmate Team, and Senior Advisor to the USF-I Director of Operations (J3) where he worked on broad range ofoperationaland strategic issuessupportingthe mission. During the last two years of the operation he participated in much oftheplanningefforts related to the transition and was an eyewitness to the final operational maneuver of forces out of Iraq."