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How the U.S. Military Sees the Anti-ISIS Fight | The Atlantic

How the U.S. Military Sees the Anti-ISIS Fight | The Atlantic

There’s no welcome sign at this U.S. military base discreetly tucked into the corner of the Kurdistan International Airport in northern Iraq. It doesn’t even have a name. But it’s here. Thousands of troops are here, including Americans, Germans, Italians, Finns, and Brits. And this time, it seems the U.S. military is in Iraq to stay.

The temporary tents and dining hall erected to house U.S. forces—including special operators, CIA agents, and private military contractors who hunt, kill, and interrogate for America—are being replaced with permanent buildings.

Source: How the U.S. Military Sees the Anti-ISIS Fight – The Atlantic