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On April 7, 2007
Gulf Times, via Juan Cole: Lieutenant-Colonel Scott Bleichwehl said troops, facing scattered resistance, discovered a factory that produced “explosively formed penetrators” (EFPs), a particularly deadly type of explosive that can destroy a main battle tank and several weapons caches. What? The same EFPs that had to come from Iran, because they couldn’t possibly be manufactured […]

More on the EFP

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On February 26, 2007

David at Danger Room has a couple very good posts on the possible origins of the EFPs being found in Iraq. He points out, as Andrew Cockburn noted last week, that the construction of these devices is

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