Bush Agrees To Send More Inspectors To Iraq
PRESIDENT BUSH AGREES TO MORE INSPECTORS IN IRAQ (AP) Washington DC Saturday, March 18, 2003 8:45 PM
President George Bush has announced that the US will not attack Iraq. The
President announced that he is agreeing to deploy additional inspectors
The US will send 250,000 additional inspectors:
24,000 members of the 1st Infantry Division
15,000 members of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)
15,000 members of the 82d Airborne Division
More than 5,000 members of the 4th armored division with their "M1-A1
Additional US Army personnel, as needed for inspections.
A variety of US Air Force personnel for aerial recon missions and other
A significant number of United States Marines to aid with inspections.
United States Coast Guard personnel to inspect coastlines.
An undisclosed number of Rangers, Green Berets, Navy SEALs, Recon Marines,
Delta Force, and other Special Operations personnel to inspect
Special air deliveries to aid the inspections will be made by aircraft from
the USS Constellation, USS George Washington, USS Abraham Lincoln and USS
The President said: "With these additional inspectors, the inspections
should be completed in a few weeks."
See!! Diplomacy works!!
That's great DR!... lol... They wanted inspectors... let's give them some...
(waiting for the response of the extreme left on the board)
Excellent post DakotaRed, keep them coming. Dont let the freaks get you down.
ha ha ... wasn't that the excuse for Vietnam? Send in more 'advisors' (armed, of course)
LOL, Simon. Maybe if Kennedy and Johnson had asked for inspectors instead of advisors, that one would have been different too. The public seems to like inspectors over advisors.
I liked INSPECTOR Clouseau better than any advisors I've ever seen!
(stumble, pratfall -- I'm okay!)