New York Times
In Iraq, Biden praises troops as attacks remind of reality
US servicemen fold the American flag after it was lowered during the handover ceremony of a military base in Basra, Iraq's second-largest city. Vice President Joe Biden thanked US and Iraqi troops Thursday for sacrifices that he said made it possible ...
In Iraq, Biden Says Tide of Conflict Is Receding
In Iraq, "violence is down to an all-time low" since the start of the war.
Biden honors US, Iraqi troops
Iraq says PM possible target in Green Zone bomb
Reports a suicide bomber was able to penetrate the Green Zone, which houses the US and other embassies as well as parliament and some ministries, raised questions about security just as the remaining American troops leave Iraq. The attack took place a ...
Official: Green Zone bombing was targeting Iraq PM
Officials: Bomb was Iraq PM assassination attempt
Iraq takes command of Camp Victory
Baghdad (CNN) -- The last US troops to occupy Camp Victory, once one of the largest and most high-profile American military bases in Iraq, left Friday afternoon as the Iraqi government assumed control of the sprawling complex near Baghdad's main ...
US Hands Over Former Military Hub to Iraq
US hands over biggest base to Iraq, boasting milestone in pullout
US Military Hands Camp Victory Over to Iraqis
San Francisco Examiner
Happy reunion as last guard unit returns from Iraq
San Francisco Chronicle
2, 2011 after a 10-month deployment to Iraq. (12-02) 16:13 PST SAN MATEO -- Kathy Dang, 22, smiled at her cell phone as she read the text from her brother, a combat medic on his way home from Iraq. "Just landed," she said before she looked up and wiped ...
Last California National Guard Unit Comes Home from Iraq
VIDEO: California Soldiers Welcomed Home from Iraq
Final California National Guard unit returns from Iraq
After an Explosion in Iraq, Competing Ideas About the Target
New York Times
When the police arrived on the scene, a improvised explosive device was detonated. A version of this article appeared in print on December 3, 2011, on page A10 of the New York edition with the headline: After an Explosion in Iraq, Competing Ideas About ...
Remaining US troops prepare to leave Iraq
The last 13000 US Military Personnel in Iraq are preparing to leave. There were 170000 troops in Iraq at the height of the war. The last forces must be out of Iraq by December 31st. (Dec. 2) (/The Associated Press) Correction: Clarification: SuperFan ...
Iraq: Last Day at Camp Victory
ABC News (blog)
Raymond Odierno left Iraq on one of his brief stops home, he was asked about Camp Victory. It was 2008 and small bases were being turned over to the Iraqi Security Forces on a daily basis. “Nothing's going to change Camp Victory…it's going nowhere. ...
Iraq blast was assassination attempt says official
BAGHDAD — Iraqi Major General Qassim Atta on Friday said an explosion near parliament was a botched attempt to kill the prime minister, after an official termed it an attempt on the parliament speaker's life. At least one person was killed and two ...
Iraq: Key figures since the war began
San Francisco Chronicle
30, 2011 from war-related violence, according to Iraq Body Count: At least 103775. _More than $805 billion as of Nov. 30, 2011, according to the National Priorities Project. _July 29, 2011: Nationwide: 6990 megawatts. Hours per day: not available. ...
The risks of military cutbacks
As Defense Secretary Leon Panetta prepares his recommendations for Pentagon budget cuts, he is likely to reduce the military's resources for future, large-scale counterinsurgency operations of the sort that were ballyhooed just a few years ago in Iraq ...
US military salutes Iraq veteran turned dance champ
Dancing With the Stars Winner is a Star at the Pentagon
Vet and 'DWTS' Winner Martinez Stops by the Pentagon