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Co naprawdę wydarzyło się w Camp Falcon

22.10.06, 22:43
co wiemy z oficjalnych przekazów:

pociski rebeliantów trafiły w skład amunicji w Bazie Falcon w południowym
Bagdadzie. Doszło do potężnej eksplozji, a właściwie całej serii eksplozji
trwających całą noc. ani słowa o ofiarach.

www9.sbs.com.au/theworldnews/region.php?id=131910®ion=6
z różnych informacji rozproszonych w necie głównie na stronach prywatnych i
blogach wynika, że eksplodowały materiały chemiczne ( broń chemiczna).
Naoczny świadek , który obserwował eksplozję z okien swego domu twierdzi, że
blask wybuch był tak mocny, że musiał zasłaniać oczy by nie uszkodzić wzroku
(fosfor ??)

podobno rannych i zabitych zostało ok. 300 żołnierzy amerykańskich, a dzień
później ich ciała wywozono 9 wielkimi samolotami transportowymi.

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      • potomek.neanderdtalczyka.znp Re: Co naprawdę wydarzyło się w Camp Falcon 25.10.06, 02:33





        Another US Coverup Exposed: 300 Soldiers Killed And Injured In The Falcon Base
        Attack
        Oct 23, 2006
        By Brian Harring | Ashraf Al-Iraqi Contributed To This Report

        We all recall that late on the evening of October 10, 2006, Iraqi resistance
        groups lobbed mortar and rocket rounds into the immense Falcon Forward Base,
        the largest American military base in Iraq, located 13 km south of the Green
        Zone in Baghdad. In addition to intense mortar fire, Grad and Katyusha rockets
        were also used in the attack.

        At the time, the resistance groups involved estimated large numbers of
        casualties as JUS reported. But in what has become standard procedure, these
        reports were dismissed as “disinformation”, with US military stating that there
        was not a single casualty in the massive attack that ignited the entire weapons
        arsenal housed there, caused major damaged to the base and forced its complete
        evacuation.

        Say what?

        Falcon base was designed to house a large contingent of American troops, mostly
        drawn from the 4th Infantry Division, stationed at Fr. Bliss, Texas. At the
        time of the attack, there were approximately 3000 men inside the camp, which
        also was filled with ammunition supplies, fuel, tanks and vehicles.

        Iraqi contractors had assisted in the construction of the camp, which occupied
        nearly a square mile and was surrounded with guard tower-studded high concrete
        walls, and it is now apparent that Resistance fighters had accurate
        intelligence from insiders that provided important information on the layout of
        the base and key target areas within the facility.

        After the initial shelling, fuel and ammunition stores began to erupt with
        massive explosions that could be heard, and seen, miles away inside the Green
        Zone where U.S. military and diplomatic units were heavily guarded.

        The explosions, all of them termed “immense” by mainstream press continued
        throughout the night.

        In response, US aircraft indiscriminately rocketed and bombed various parts of
        the citytrying to knock out the launch sites of the rockets’

        The BBC's Andrew North, in Baghdad said the explosions started at about 2300
        and became "ever more frequent" as the huge fires spread throughout the base,
        punctuated by tremendous explosions as more fuel and ammunition dumps ignited.

        Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Withington, spokesman for the U.S. 4th Infantry
        Division said that their intelligence sources indicated that civilians aligned
        with militias were responsible for the mortar attack.

        An after action report, issued by the Department of Defense, reads as follows :

        “On October 10, 2006, at approximately 10:40 p.m., a 82mm mortar round, fired
        by militia forces from a residential area in Abu T-Shir, caused a fire at an
        Ammunition Supply Point (ASP) at FOB Falcon. The ASP, containing tank and
        artillery rounds, in addition to smaller caliber ammunition, set off a series
        of large explosions. About 100 troops from the 4th Infantry Division were
        reported to be stationed at the base at the time, but no injuries were
        reported. The damage to the area will not degrade the operational capability of
        MND-B (Multinational Division Baghdad)."

        When the flames had been brought under control on the morning of the 11th of
        October, primarily because the entire camp had been gutted, nine large American
        military transports with prominent Red Cross markings were observed by members
        of the foreign media taking off, landed with the dead and the wounded.

        Now it has been learned that over 300 American troops including US Army and
        Marines, CIA agents and US translators were among the casualties and there also
        were 165 seriously injured requiring major medical attention and 39 suffering
        lesser injuries. In addition, 122 members of the Iraqi armed forces were killed
        and 90 seriously injured who were also evacuated to the U.S. military hospital
        at al-Habbaniyah located some 70km west of Baghdad.’

        Satellite pictures and aerial photographs from neutral sources showed that Camp
        Falcon suffered major structural damage and almost all the U.S. military’s
        supply of small arms ammunition, artillery and rocket rounds, tons of fuel, six
        Apache helicopters, an uncounted but large number of soft-skinned vehicles such
        as Humvees and supply trucks were damaged or totally destroyed. Foreign press
        observers noted “an endless parade” of military vehicle recovery units dragging
        burnt-out heavy tanks and armored personnel carriers to another base outside
        Baghdad.

        Many of the walls and towers of the camp were damaged or leveled as were many
        of the barracks, maintenance depots, and there was considerable damage to the
        huge mess halls that could hold 3000 soldiers, the huge recreation center with
        its basketball courts and indoor swimming pools and all the administration
        buildings.

        Although official U.S. DoD statements indicated that there were no deaths; that
        only a hundred men were inside the base guarding billions of dollars of vital
        military equipment and that there were “only two minor injuries to personnel”,
        this didn’t pass the laugh test. In fact, the reality is more painful than
        propaganda.

        Not only has the U.S. military machine lost much of its armor and transport,
        and its entire reserves of ammunition and special fuel, but the casualty list
        for only the first day is over 300.

        Here is a transcription of that list of those who were evacuated to other
        hospital units:

        Official Casualty List from U.S. military hospital at al-Habbaniyah located
        some 70km west of Baghdad. U.S. medical personnel at al-Habbaniyah initially
        stated that the US military hospital at the massive American-occupied air base
        there had begun to receive dead and wounded personnel. The military hospital in
        al-Habbaniyah, the largest in occupied Iraq, was opened on 12 May this year in
        response to sharply rising US casualties.

        List Compiled And Effective As Of October 11, 2006 At 2300

        A. Pfc James R. Adams, 7th Squadron, 10th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade, 4th
        Infantry Division Captain Kenneth Adler, Army Reserve 346th Psychological
        Operations Company Pfc Bobby Ray Albertson , Explosive Ordnance Disposal Mobile
        UnitTwo 1st Lt.Keith Allen, Army Reserve 346th Psychological Operations Company
        Spc Cletus Anderson, 204th Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 4th Infantry
        Division Lance Cpl John Martin Ansley, Marine Forces Reserve’s 2nd Battalion,
        25th Marine Regiment Spc Toby Anthony, National Guard's 149th Brigade Combat
        Team Pfc Gustavo Armijo, 57th Military Police Company, 8th Military Police
        Brigade Pfc Michael Armstrong, 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 82nd
        Airborne Division Capt Steven Arnold, 67th Armor Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 4th
        Infantry Division James Arthur Ash II, Central Intelligence Agency Cpl Edward
        Atkinson, 47th Combat Support Hospital, 62nd Medical Brigade

        B. Pfc Roy Bailey, National Guard's 149th Brigade Combat Team Spc John Baldwin,
        47th Combat Support Hospital, 62nd Medical Brigade Pfc Charles Barbe, Army
        National Guard’s 1569th Transportation Company Pfc Thomas Barnhart , 204th
        Support Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division Pfc James Barry, 67th
        Armor Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 4th Infantry Division Capt Robert Bell, 3rd
        Battalion, 16th Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry
        Division Spc William Bennett , Army Reserve 346th Psychological Operations
        Company Pfc Saul Benson, 549th Military Police Company, 385th Military Police
        Battalion Pfc Joseph Berge, 542nd Maintenance Company, 44th Corps Support
        Battalion Pfc Joseph Berkeley , 1st Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, 82nd
        Airborne Division Capt Colmar Betts, 414th Civil Affairs Zack Billings,
        Department of Defense Edward Blair,, Civilian Contractor 1st Lt.Ron
        • deskowy Re: Co naprawdę wydarzyło się w Camp Falcon 25.10.06, 05:03
          z gory mozna zalozyc ,ze amerykanskie informacje o wlasnych stratach w Iraku
          nie odpowiadaja prawdzie, wiadomo propaganda pelna przeklaman, itd, itp.Z kolei
          trudno uwierzyc w szczegolowe informacje, rzekomo prawdziwe z tegoz wlasnie
          irackiego szpitala wojskowego,pelna ,alfabetyczna lista zabitych z nazwiskiem,
          ranga i przynaleznoscia organizacyjna wydaje sie zbyt maloprawdopodobna aby
          wydostala sie na zewnatrz.
        • deskowy Re: Co naprawdę wydarzyło się w Camp Falcon 25.10.06, 05:03
          z gory mozna zalozyc ,ze amerykanskie informacje o wlasnych stratach w Iraku
          nie odpowiadaja prawdzie, wiadomo propaganda pelna przeklaman, itd, itp.Z kolei
          trudno uwierzyc w szczegolowe informacje, rzekomo prawdziwe z tegoz wlasnie
          irackiego szpitala wojskowego,pelna ,alfabetyczna lista zabitych z nazwiskiem,
          ranga i przynaleznoscia organizacyjna wydaje sie zbyt maloprawdopodobna aby
          wydostala sie na zewnatrz.

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