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New U.S. combat vehicle easily destroyed by Iraqi guerillas (tags)
BEFORE) -U.S. Army occupation troops in Iraq show off their brand new Stryker vehicles, which sport newly designed anti-missile cages to protect against guerrilla rocket propelled grenade attacks. Each Stryker vehicle costs over $2 million. The Army plans to spend $4 billion to acquire 2,131 vehicles. The "before" photo was taken in the Iraqi city of Mosul, March 19, 2004, after occupation troops attempted to subdue the city with a show of force. AFTER) - An occupation army Stryker armored vehicle BLAZES on a hillside road in Mosul March 28, 2004 after it was hit and DESTROYED by a ROCKET PROPELLED GRENADE fired by resistance fighters (Reuters photo/Namir Noor-Eldeen) You don't really expect your tax dollars to be used for useless stuff like schools and hospitals, do you?!
VOA Reports Baghdad Not Taken (tags)
As the reports develop the war whoops of victory are turning to Whoops!