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Interesting article on why the Iraqi Air Force didn’t fight in 2003: Rather than being afraid to fight in 2003 as the Americans initially speculated, Iraq was simply following the same pattern it had set nearly twenty years before. Ever since the Iran-Iraq War, Baghdad had tried to protect its air force from its enemies […]

Fragility and Iran

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On December 1, 2004
Bird Dog at Tacitus approvingly quotes the following from Richard Russell: American aircraft and cruise missiles also could target Iran’s key political, security, and military infrastructures to harm the power of the regime in Tehran. Strikes could target government buildings and even the homes of clerics; facilities and compounds used by internal security and policy forces; […]
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