US special force of up to Anbar to participate in the battles for liberation

Anbar- Iraq Press December -10:
Anbar Operations Command announced on Thursday that US private-strong force of 200 soldiers arrived at the Al Asad Airbase to participate in a military operation to free from the control of Anbar Daash organization.

This came after less than 24 hours on the announcement, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter, US President Barack Obama ordered to send a special force for rapid intervention to Iraq and Syria.

The official told reporters the military field source, that "military transport aircraft belonging to the US Army landed in Ein al-Asad base airfield west of Ramadi quoted 200 US special forces soldier and quantities of weapons and combat equipment".

He added that "American troops that arrived in Ein al-Assad will base its combat Special Assignments in the western regions with the purge control and the surrounding areas of the base and prevent the approach of the elements of the organization Daash them and destroy their hideouts."

He explained, "The US troops stationed in Habbaniyah base is determined to direct the process of liberalization of gray as well as the Iraqi units with the intensification of overflights" and that "the Americans had told the Iraqi side that they Sazjon Apache fighter during the operation."

The source said that "the American plan includes the implementation of an airdrop inside gray and deploy snipers in order to facilitate the exit of parents who Daash being held as human shields."

The Iraqi forces have been able to purge this week of nationalization areas presidential palaces and the headquarters of Anbar Operations Command from the control of the organization Daash.

The move is an escalation of Washington had the center of a direct rejection of the Iraqi government to send any foreign ground troops to Iraq, and wave the armed factions Mnazavi crowd popular attacks against Alamirakh forces, which the White House announced the intention of sending it, a few days ago, as "an aggressor forces." Ended (1)