Report to Congress

Report to Congress

Measuring Stability and Security in Iraq

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The report is divided into two sections corresponding to those identified in the Conference Report. The initial section of the report focuses on Stability and Security in Iraq and enumerates goals and progress regarding Iraqs political stability, security environment, and economic progress. The second section of the report, on Security Force Training and Performance, provides indicators of the training and development of the Iraqi Security Forces (ISF), including the forces of the Ministry of Defense (MOD) and the police and other paramilitary forces of the Ministry of Interior (MOI). A classified annex to this report will address U.S. military requirements and various possible force rotations, and classified data concerning security force training and performance.
Publisher: [Washington, D.C. : Dept. of Defense, 2005]
Additional Contributors: United States


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