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Tonight -- war story.
The new face of war in Iraq -- the Iraqi soldiers Americans and Iraqis -- -- together at this point Americans.
Putting down terrorists as -- -- terrorists are terrorists no matter where you.
-- from the rat lines and the Syrian border explosion.
Stuff on the other street and across Iraq you'll see the bravery of our troops.
-- and minds all of them.
That's next on war stories.
Welcome the war stories I'm Oliver North.
Coming -- from Fallujah Iraq.
-- one of the most violent cities on her.
Its population held hostage by brutal terrorists.
Today Fallujah is a showplace for Iraqis and Americans working together to bring stability to this war torn country.
War stories -- them as they patrol the streets and conduct security operations.
Side by side.
But you'll also see in this episode the work of the coalition isn't finished.
We'll go with -- US Marines -- Iraq's remote western border with Syria.
An operation to secure that Wall Street and -- join US soldiers and Marines and brave Iraqis taking on the enemy and ramadi.
Capital of Iraq's largest -- and -- Americans and Iraqis working together have changed the face of war.
An Operation Iraqi Freedom.
This is one -- of the war.
And this is the new face of the war in Iraq.
These are the things.
In November of 2004.
For just looked like this.
Today on war stories sixth trip to the front lines of Operation Iraqi Freedom were greeted warmly by Sheikh Ali.
Chairman of the Fallujah City Council must.
We're -- thank you product that and as a can you went from anytime anywhere.
The Fallujah City Council fledgling democracy in action.
Seventeen members of replacing the violence and brutal fashion politics.
It's the terrorists worst nightmare Iraqi citizens building their future and I would -- -- We have to work together to solve the problems of the limit in terms of governance.
-- been kind of -- success story.
It's premature ouster -- -- regimental combat team eight of the second marine division and he's helping these people stand on their own.
Its -- represented to form of government.
It's made up of different.
People from different elements of society some seats reserved for -- films -- the -- from from.
Business leaders -- for schoolteachers.
We just made enormous progress since those dark days when it -- -- terror cells and murdered victims were put on display.
Throughout much of all of our profits an area the size of Wyoming American and Iraqi forces work together.
Hunting terrorists and providing security for the Iraqi People.
Some days -- more peaceful than others that the Iraqi People appear determined to move forward.
-- -- You've been here before treatments like death and more people now -- -- -- ball.
Lieutenant colonel Eric Smith humans first battalion fifth Marines and ramadi the capital Colombo.
His troops run did -- -- Patrols with the Iraqi soldiers.
There are Iraqi Security Forces -- out -- we're not here last year -- our clients direct intervention force.
And some degree the Iraqi.
Give me your sense for the Iraqis were eventually assuming control of their investment.
-- her percent that they're going to do it that is gonna happen the question -- some number of months these guys are going to be operation capable.
On the -- never our level but to a level that's acceptable for.
The situation in Iraq.
Today some of those working side by side with Americans -- once and Saddam's army but it wasn't always so.
After the fall of the dictator the decision to -- his army was controversy.
I did not demobilize the army the army was -- by itself didn't exist -- would have had to been called back to service.
Using former enemy soldiers to rebuild their country is nothing -- After World War II the allies -- tens of thousands of Germans who once were very -- troops to help repair their country's infrastructure.
Now our troops are working with those who once fought against us in today's Iraq I think once.
Having been in Saddam's army is very different -- still being followers.
If you want to Saddam's army.
It's still artillery officers -- -- an air -- we can actually work but there's no problem.
Do you see an increase.
Intelligence value and having them watch out -- industry.
Absolutely when I'm at a checkpoint and I see a car full of -- call -- military age males and stop talking.
I don't pick up the fact that he's from Mosul where he's from Jordan he's from another country.
But the Iraqi Security Forces will.
Open -- -- blocks colonel Bachmann leads the battalion special police commandos in ramadi.
Look at eleven and -- law.
Iraqi forces and be successful because of their country.
Yesterday we can roll them part of Iraq so.
He's -- In the past there were no Iraqi forces that we can't hear about six months ago we were well with the Americans.
Have had some success here.
There's absolutely be greater extent because now there's Iraqis -- this is not.
You know 35 foreigners with one interpreter -- point Americans when Iraq.
Fully integrated at the -- to help.
I -- there every every patrol that we go -- Iraqis -- -- patrolled the wreckage school.
They bring the bigger news alert and they went -- court.
As democracy takes hold in places like Fallujah.
Other parts of Iraq remain a haven for terrorists.
Along the Syrian border US troops take on the enemy and fierce desert battles.
Operation matador is next.
The violent Sunni Triangle includes much of a lot of our problems.
What -- Iraqis and Americans are working together.
It is safe.
However in the far west city -- is an island of lawlessness.
Located -- and eighty miles west of Baghdad in the harsh remote Al-Jazeera desert all -- straddles the Euphrates River.
Snakes in Iraq from neighboring Syria less -- Ten miles away.
It very much as the wild whales this area -- -- -- well before we got here.
But a region working on the border has smuggling it basically criminal traffic.
Pathetic little -- Monday -- the third battalion second Marines an outline.
He's well aware of the old smuggling routes from Syria.
-- -- rat lines are used today by terrorists.
Ostensibly an area where they seem to want common vision training.
You know vehicle bombs -- like that we controlled.
A significant portion of the all -- area.
And in that area foreign fighter operate.
Relive it major John Reid is the executive officer of third battalion second Marines nor.
Our area the board -- created safe haven for themselves it supported insurgency operations into the heart of Iraq.
There just is no functioning police -- -- insurgents.
Seven may 2005.
But we'll have that team to launch operation -- A major offensive in this terrorist problem it's the largest polish and attack in six -- us -- -- -- the tank and secondly.
Attack what was your battalions mission and operational matters to wipe out those foreign elements and take better supplies away.
-- logistics route north of the river the -- -- fourteenth which companies the end of the Euphrates with a plan to bridge.
Following Monday's troops -- advance -- if you had gone before -- marine units of river crossings and combat operations in recent history.
So -- was very different.
The third battalion second Marines now deployed on both the north and south side of the Euphrates Monday was ready for battle.
A thousand Marines soldiers and sailors swept west on both sides of the Euphrates toward the Syrian border war basically -- -- straight.
Out and brought outrage -- for the way -- The troops fought for.
From village to village house to house -- -- up enemy terror cells through it couldn't be confirmed.
Some believe the notorious terrorist Abu Musab Zarqawi was wounded during this operation.
-- -- But -- his second -- was given additional -- it's what role did -- I had a full vocal.
-- -- truck total of approximately fifteen Marines with a lot of firepower help add.
An exception but we also used aviation.
Capabilities to -- logistics forward.
-- -- also had paid because tracked amphibious assault vehicles this is what one looks like from the inside.
Combat -- at least 26 times and carries a 45 Marines.
Not all of the -- he's employed relief.
The Marines also used -- -- psychological operations group so I got some.
What was the task of the army's psychological -- -- that they do more than just broadcast messages.
He could influence the minds the -- that decision.
People in the battlefield.
And forced them to either -- -- -- at times we were capable of sorting out if you will not combatants from insurgents and foreign fighters.
-- the operation and in desperation became evident.
Staff sergeant John France's second platoon and weapons company was that a NATO operation in the front seat of his humvee where Hillary make elected -- -- people.
Five a truck.
Suicide vehicle and marine in the next -- -- the attack on tape old.
During the explosion -- -- -- came in.
Mostly through the front tire life like -- in the vehicle.
Result that it burns on the driver's side.
There's a hole that actually -- in.
Separated the layers of glass plastics in between -- nearly completely destroyed yup armored humvees saved the lies of John and four other Marines in the vehicle.
Myself my crew liberal group that former.
-- -- -- -- -- There definitely worked -- save my life.
We're driving track here at our objective there -- almost anywhere almost there.
And has -- -- have pretty easy day actually for us.
Three days and operation matador on -- third place at least it was small Hamlet near all time.
It's corporal mark camp was would -- the company's -- 25.
A reserve rifle company out of Ohio I was on securities are like my -- stick about it.
Tracked it Agile.
-- out there.
Attendant -- boom was riding with -- I was sitting.
Right side of the vehicles such -- from career.
ADV was taking the route to have been heavily traveled that day this time it struck a mine.
-- -- Vehicle -- up.
Got points inside right arms and then it got really dark and smoking it's -- house -- fire.
There are asked -- and with the giants sergeant majors played action.
-- Everybody jumps there's really care about their old comrade norms and I just want to -- him help.
I want you know.
Vehicle and I heard this explosion.
Enough Davies Karrie all kinds of ordinance for -- for me it's good to know me either.
Machine gun shows the roster cut -- -- This is so intense that all of those rounds were -- really quickly.
Most -- and other personally seen in my life.
Fighting against time soldiers sailors and Marines -- to save their comrades.
That's next on war stories.
Deployment working on that.
You can concede.
Little photos in the ground.
That is -- it covers you can find.
Eleven -- -- time Iraq.
Lieutenant Paul Kuhn its global market but the other Marines in the burning -- -- the struggle is now for survival.
I had goggles on.
-- -- -- -- The goggles I guess this is kind of got behind the goggles closed my eyes -- -- those off immediately -- -- -- It was.
Once I got out and looked at my arms and homelessness and a lot of spin my but the campaign wasn't there so.
-- my reaction was well I can still fight so.
Let's -- do we need to do the Marines and -- navy corpsman race to save their comrades as far -- gravity right.
Cut off my experience as I realize that had to travel and in my -- way.
US army Blackhawks from the 507 this medical company lifted off from the days ago.
The dust off who's who straight to the city.
Approximately seven -- that were received -- call both aircraft are in the air and on the right side.
Felt like they were on site almost right now.
-- happened as we approach the -- we could see the smoke from the burning vehicles.
Did you -- those people who.
Unions and rapidly normal -- finalized evaluated.
They're for large obstacles hazards.
At that time was such a big thing especially when it -- -- landed.
We noticed that once and you know we could see that extra -- Attract -- awful place.
There's pretty -- The first can't do again ground is now automatically associate situation -- -- -- -- -- bearish outlook for the expense.
You know it is loaded.
Have answers restaurant.
Tell our sons and dinner trays the most serious and you're not like -- on top left work out right so -- -- for me to work.
The crew chief.
Make sure that Marines will actually run into the tail -- we had the tale of the one aircraft facing this decided or the loading zone.
But the other aircraft and it's really dangerous area of being in detail -- He picked up three in the first one -- Casualties.
In the aircraft behind us picked up six casualties that pulled over a stretcher.
And despite heroic efforts six Marines perished that day.
All six believe the company's streak when he -- Still mourning their fallen comrades operation matador was to go over to -- to the Syrian border continues.
You look company including lieutenant Joseph -- and staff Sargent Jeffrey Schwartz and trooper still had a mission.
A mission was to gain a foothold into old baby to disrupt insurgent movement -- his horses pervert what information did you have with the squad level about the enemy.
We had the and -- reports via.
Possible -- -- fighting -- site you can place.
As well is mass movement of possible weapons cache.
Good afternoon football on the building when you allow other squads that -- maneuvered and with third squad.
Part of the building.
The building was locked into breaching charge on a door which.
It takes the door down and that also killed and booby -- or service.
-- -- -- -- -- Once inside the Marines went -- to room searching for the enemy.
Operation matador -- a 120 five's going to be combatants killed and dozens more detained.
-- it and -- That interviewed for.
Intelligence value and for prosecutions.
In the courts there actually run by Iraqis a little couldn't get enough to get that he had laden.
So you know anything about -- -- OK so he's saying all that would one chemical -- that's what exactly.
After seven tough -- the mission was accomplished nine Marines made the ultimate sacrifice -- of them from one company.
You know third battalion 25 Marines.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- The relevant time period received a lot of stuff -- update receivers you know it's different.
If you want to Atlanta right here now aren't they -- it right on the date it was you know.
And fifteen -- the soldiers sailors and Marines and help time.
Held a memorial service for their fallen comrades.
-- Standing here before -- for nine -- And he felt reminding.
-- tiger is in him being fair and and we remember the height they're honest.
-- -- Right there it.
Will return to the heroes of operation matador later in this program.
Young Americans are still called upon to sacrifice for freedom.
But now -- are joined by Iraqis.
Who put their lives on the line to help secure their country's future.
Meet a new generation of Iraqis when war stories return.
Iraq terrorists no longer go head to head against coalition forces.
They've changed tactics increasingly setting their sights on Iraqi citizens.
Column with the team.
-- -- -- -- Warrior mood of the team needs heretic.
Or hypocrite that's what we call because they're not only -- Since January 2000 thwart terrorists have killed over 121000 Iraqi citizens over 700 during -- most recent month long this.
Often the new Iraqi Security Forces are the target.
With the Iraqi forces are fighting back and they let an operation to free your billion hostage to this -- Iraq.
These guys are currently graves to risking a lot -- -- themselves look after them what it wants its foreign fighters now.
They want the terrorism stuff they want to -- in general people.
Bravery of the local troops as well normally lieutenant colonel Scott Walker.
He's the senior advisor to the second brigade of the Iraqi Security Forces or ideas that.
War stories visited the brigade headquarters in Fallujah okay.
Through you're gonna -- here roughly how many soldiers.
The -- -- -- -- -- right now across his standing between soldiers.
Walker and his advisors worked closely with the brigade sergeant major after Raza we're doing.
-- -- navigate -- -- sergeant majors and W where Greg excellent sergeant major news or your soldiers and good soldiers just as it was.
-- on patrol were stories all their professionalism.
-- in the purpose of this patrol.
Is fine thanks -- of your -- specifically -- yankees.
Or maybe it's kind of small web dispassionate.
Observers will be trying to use against me.
Iraqi partners they live here so they can point out things that are out of the ordinary a lot faster.
Local knowledge of the neighborhood can provide valuable intelligence.
-- a colonel Smith recalled -- Iraqi soldier questioned the suspicious man or military aged male.
Well I don't shop on seventeenth street I guess it really which one.
-- Really want from seventy's there's no hardware stores.
It -- I will never ever have that information.
The Marines realized that as hard as they weren't as Smart as they are they will never be able to.
Identified people activity.
That made questionable like someone that is correct.
On this operation Iraqis -- Lehman partially clad in military uniforms.
-- -- Three individuals -- your vehicle from a scrap -- scratching and other rooms.
There are partially military uniforms with military -- -- It shouldn't be here off the there can't -- that weapons or any kind of leadership you like that because he's.
Let's try to find out what weapons -- we took their IDs and they uniform tops in case of the UA soldiers were -- soldiers that -- -- And told an Agassi commander that -- if it pans out there aren't active status as a good soldier they get their belongings back -- individual -- have been.
-- order for him again the Marines are always in the ground -- From his base in northern Fallujah.
-- just seeing commands the second battalion of the second brigade.
My soldiers receive good training both from the Marines from the experience working on the streets here in Asia.
What we do was -- to sit down with them and get them to see how we do things in -- Marine Corps and the American military and trying to get that transcend what they do so.
Okay see people's.
-- your job is dangerous as we're -- and help and is well aware a lot of times someone cannot go home because.
Of the threats -- their families so they don't go home district protector family.
But yet I think that's pretty pretty great sacrifice for their country that's -- -- terrorists are terrorists no matter where you go here in Iraq many are former Saddam loyalists.
Any outcome from different neighboring countries found out and Iraqi police post or Iraqi Army post.
There's knee injury -- Americans and thirty Iraqis I'm confident that I truly feel and I think all the you have advised to talk to him I think he's -- exemption into the unit was almost like your family member.
And I'm very content that they don't want nothing happened.
Iraqis and American troops have made great progress and moved.
But ramadi the capital of all -- Anbar Province remains a dangerous challenge.
There's more war stories from Iraq.
Don't go away.
In western Iraq -- provincial capital of ramadi remains rest.
It's a major stop for that terrorist rat lines from Syria and a hard target for those opposed to democracy.
We just added special counsel that was seeded and functioning I don't know if I guess it.
Iraqis in -- had that -- council building -- on top of the governments and ramadi Iraq.
Surrounded by half a million sandbags.
All of them filled by US Marines.
Then hauled 03 stories to the top of his building.
To protect them from indirect fire and snipers that surround this building Vermont.
Never been a quiet.
Lieutenant colonels his first battalion fifth Marines share responsibility for security in ramadi.
With army lieutenant corporal Justin boo -- first to the five -- third.
Known as the -- this is the homeless task force rock.
The first five -- there is one of three outpost that that.
We controlled for body.
Task force says soldiers airmen Marines.
And so we can drive the violence down to a level that's manageable.
Bit we can't do at all -- Iraqi.
When an Iraqi civilian tipped off the Marines to an impending attack in ramadi unmanned aerial sent up.
Didn't -- the suicide truck bomb as it careened toward a checkpoint.
Before giving interdicted -- blew -- -- the Marines acquired this video footage.
Taken by the terrorists showing the same enormous explosion.
Because -- everybody is dangerous IED's fourth fighter.
But now that we Iraqi forces work together with the Americans we've been able to catch many of the enemy.
Colonel Bachmann in his commandos are part of the first proclaimed fourth brigade.
I don't like cops on the beat -- patrol neighborhoods with the major James -- who heads up the special police transition team.
Our mission really is -- to provide assistance.
-- -- The chain of command.
On how to sustain operations function independently of coalition colonel of these American advisors helped you and your commandos Spybot.
Yes we train all our soldiers and we share all of our missions on the streets in Vermont and madam I'm Adam the American soldiers help us a line.
They're very professional we learn a lot.
Entry control points and really what that is traffic control points.
-- -- Check credentials eyepiece that kind of stuff as well as they also -- vehicular traffic.
-- look -- that even the -- police commandos in my company are trained and now they have some experience fighting.
All that Iraqi soldiers that come here received initial training.
That -- -- -- received severely limited with respect to firing.
Five fire ammunition lot of rains and good -- and I was responsible for training Iraqi troops we're trying to integrate them into our.
Daily operations battalion -- that.
Memories here can't volley have to swarm of police -- bond with the Iraqi soldiers.
I that would put us.
It's got there.
Well they they noticed a little bit more -- his.
-- Iraqis that we operated with the top notch they did everything we asked them I see them invaluable.
Pars until collecting being able to -- guys that just don't belong in the neighborhood.
-- -- -- Clearly a driver out at the driver opened up all the doors -- farmers -- food -- everything we have so.
-- -- there was us and -- pick them up because of from the vehicle search area that they know or that they have heard our.
We've been against.
The terrorists are hell bent on exploiting tribal and religious differences.
Tomorrow but again there is no difference between Sunni and Shiite -- -- -- Muslim.
We are Brothers here I don't think terrorists can separate us and make it two groups one that -- the other what motivates young Iraqis to join the commanders.
Most of -- want the same thing we do.
They want to be able to provide for the families.
They want a place to call their home they -- peaceful environment.
We're very similar to the things that we you're expecting that experience blood.
On this day B company first the Bible -- is searching for terrorist propaganda.
An Iraqi informants told the Americans -- individual in this house is distributing video of bombings and attacks on US troops.
-- -- -- They NFC east you CDs that terrorists -- Car bombs blowing up on the marine checkpoints at various points in Iraq.
This war on terror is fought on many fronts from gunfights.
And this raid they didn't catch the mastermind but they did find the terrorist materials he left behind the F criminal well it is an important part of service.
They'll thrive off it that chaos -- there's a lack of order.
They'll use that take advantage to do all their political activity -- -- make money.
Ramadi is not nearly as violent as it once was but is this raid by the first battalion 503 infantry -- test.
It's yet to become the peaceful capital of all -- bar.
Iraq's largest profits.
More when war stories returns.
In the midst of the war.
You're in the village of -- -- we -- near Fallujah Iraq's future Greeks and -- in Iraqi forces with smiles.
-- -- -- -- tired.
Of the service and they want their city back they -- -- back.
Rebuilding the country is an immensely difficult task.
Major Chris Phillips of the fifth civil affairs group literally has to win the hearts and minds of local citizens.
And here it's working everything we do -- be -- combat patrol or civil military operations control we do everything jointly.
With the Iraqi Security Forces we develop a working relationship with them.
He's he's great and we look forward to working with them and -- them -- patrols with us.
Marines and Iraqi troops set out on a foot patrol in the -- -- -- their mission.
Make a bunch of little kids very happy.
Held our elementary school is undergoing renovation.
For the first time in years it has running water.
200 students will now go home and talk to hopefully 400 there.
And I hope -- thank you know like most Americans aren't so bad.
A multinational forces actually.
American has good stuff but I -- weren't doing them.
Where they are doing to my country is helping the people a lot about himself a lot of new stuff was a translator for the fifth civil affairs group.
-- was that Iraqis suffered too much about how.
That pulled -- who is nobody was -- What's -- what he's doing here it.
Is really great.
Not like -- -- the states went backwards it's.
Good to see the progress that you make you know maybe an inch at a time really impacts people directly and you can see.
The -- -- We also want to local clinic.
There we spoke with doctor a guy who's -- working with the Marines for over a year -- the Marines come here to do today.
-- -- Thought I.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- That's what's so let's put up trying to -- gotten advertisement to block.
To be implemented we get people and they always existed within the health and stuff because there's people come to the health and -- can't read these advertisements.
So people cycle we will now have information in the -- As well as efforts being made by coalition forces to help rebuild.
Find out what a great opportunity to the minute information between the Iraqis and ourselves -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- In this area we need to -- preparedness helps intact because it is a better -- anything about thought I was in Paris and.
But even humanitarian work can be dangerous the contractors to clean one of the main roads between here.
In between Fallujah and Baghdad to clear out all the debris and rubble trash everything and about halfway through the contract the workers that some surgeons.
It came up to them ask them to work with the Americans threatened.
And I think it was the following day insurgents came back again to the -- -- a few rounds.
New stuff are you concerned that you could be targeted by the -- for working with the Marines -- -- yes I know that.
Like -- -- keep.
Putting that in my mind.
My idea of my country.
And suffered too much so I don't want to give that terrorism.
This opportunity to do it had to do -- -- Was stuff has -- a translator he is incredible -- -- Hopefully.
We'll look at -- like soldiers want -- Have more control over the city and help rebuild their country my definition of success.
Communicating -- -- -- -- and a Iraqi People have some level of trust and confidence in us that we treat them fairly.
And number two the Iraqi security force that -- paired with him operate independent.
They take ownership -- -- -- that indirect control colonel Peter commandos have a vision for the future of Iraq.
-- -- They are all Iraqi citizens -- want their country to have a good future we're fighting here because we want our children and grandchildren to save lives -- -- along.
They had to battle hard we need to defeat the terrorists and live in peace and you're brave men and -- did his job tonight.
There's more war stories from Iraq just ahead.
Don't go away.
At the end of an issue.
The troops take time to clean their weapons.
And on line.
-- -- And rock and.
Sometimes to the tune of brutal American country.
Brothers completing the mission requires more time.
After being wounded and they gave the explosion lieutenant Paul cruel and let's hope -- -- here.
-- flown first to Germany then to the burn center at Brooke army medical center at Fort Sam Houston Texans.
-- has everything closed up.
And my hands.
When I got here this -- -- from.
Live my face is kind of burned up consecutive -- It's -- it's can't -- Very well -- on his face will not require any type of crafting.
And are working very well he's already undergone extensive.
-- -- drafting.
Sort of period and it's.
A week and we have.
-- as much he's an example of the young man was severely injured my children.
A -- -- treatment.
Recovering very well.
Very rapidly -- camaraderie is outstanding.
-- it truly does believe in their ability to recover and it is an extension.
Street -- that they show together and come back fire.
Most of them -- -- real good spirits they're -- best they can heal up following all the doctor's instructions.
Grieving -- there.
It lost comrades.
The end of -- mission means remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
An operation matador it was nine -- Lieutenant John Anderson chaplain for third battalion second Marines remembers the.
-- this memorial service.
-- serve -- a fitting tribute to the nine man.
Who gave their lives during operation and the chance to say goodbye and fading.
Proper manner in a way that -- them for the life they live in the sacrifice that brigade first ethnic -- He's manner our heroes.
Their lives in America.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Look forward to us.
I want all over the calorie.
Hayward has -- -- all of -- and the ultimate sacrifice.
And democracy is not yet flourish in Iraq because you've seen tonight the Iraqis are starting to take charge of their own destiny.
Electing a new government.
Volunteering to serve and standing up to terror all vital to a free nation and all of that.
Thanks for the sacrifices.
Of American soldiers sailors airmen Guardsmen and Marines theirs is a war story.
It deserves and told.
I'm Oliver North.
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