Monday, January 24, 2005

No news is good news

This page is where you'll find the official reports of US casualties in Iraq (among other things). For obvious reasons, it's on my "watch list" for producing RRND and FND.

DoD hasn't identified an American killed in action since the 20th of January, and I haven't seen any reports of as-yet-unidentified US KIAs in Iraq. That's nice for a change.

What does it mean? Are the US forces laying low and pumping up for election day operations? Is the resistance focusing on disrupting the elections instead of killing Americans? Or is it possible that the US is beginning to have some success at suppressing resistance operations?

I dunno ... but it's nice to go for a few days sans flag-draped coffins.

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