Operation Iraqi Freedom/External links: Year Two (January 1 through March 18, 2005)
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This file covers Operation Iraqi Freedom: Year Two (January 1 through March 18, 2005).
- Also see:
- Operation Iraqi Freedom: Year Three: Quagmire
- Operation Iraqi Freedom: Year Two (June 2004)
- Operation Iraqi Freedom: Year Two (May 2004)
- Operation Iraqi Freedom: Year Two (April 11 through April 30, 2004)
- Operation Iraqi Freedom: Year Two (March 19, 2004 through April 10, 2004)
- Related SourceWatch Resources
Also see Iraqi unified resistance.
- Tom Tomorrow, "Body Armor," This Modern World, February 15, 2005: "Legislation that would create a specialty license plate to help purchase body armor for Oklahoma’s military personnel has been approved by a House committee. ... If the measure becomes law, Oklahoma drivers would be able to purchase “Patriot License Plates” to demonstrate support of local troops while contributing to their safety. For every $35 plate purchased, $20 would be deposited into a fund administered by the Oklahoma Military Department for the purchase of body armor for Oklahoma soldiers."
- Tom Tomorrow comments: "You know what? I don't want to hear righties explaining why sending soldiers into a war zone without adequate equipment is just standard operating procedure, why it's perfectly reasonable for this to be happening two years into a conflict, blah blah blah--it's just criminal. Period, end of story, and no specious justification or rationalization will change that simple fact."
- "House Committee Endorses “Patriot Plates” For Purchase of Soldier Body Armor," Oklahoma House of Representatives, Media Division, February 15, 2005.