Skip to comments.Poland ends military presence in Iraq
Posted on 10/04/2008 12:00:45 PM PDT by PurpleMan
Poland ended its military presence in Iraq Saturday with a ceremony for its approximately 900 troops at Camp Echo, Qadasiyah Province.
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I heard that because of ROE we had to use their snipers in Fallujah to get guys who were out setting up IEDs and the like but weren’t shooting. Dunno if its true but either way thanks for the help guys we’ll remember when Putin comes knocking.
Thank you Poland. You are a true friend.
God Bless Poland, a god-fearing nation of patriots who stand with us against our common foes.
Yes Thanks Poland. I wish many here had the hearts that you have. God Bless you.
Sounds fishy. I can see them being used in that manner in other places in Iraq, but Fallujah was one of our few “take off the gloves” battles. The city was surrounded and civilians were allowed to leave for months before our two attacks. It was one of the few times we went in like it was a war, not a popularity contest
thread for our brave and fathful Polish allies!
...TIME TO RETURN HOME!
Polish soldiers are only humans and therefore they're mortal like others. Polish soldiers can be weak or strong - just like others.
However, Polish soldiers never give up the fight and are faithful till the very end, and this makes them extraordinary in this cowardly and treacherous world.
"We will return to Iraq as tourists", said the commander of the Polish Military Mission in Iraq.
Iraqi children bid farewell to Poles with hugs and flowers
Oh Lord! I'm so proud to be Polish!
Yes - Thank you Poland for pitching in.
We proudly fly your flag at Walter Reed Army Medical Center every Friday night.
God Bless Poland. America thanks you for your Support!!
Thanks Poland! A true ally!
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