US Troops in Iraq Targeted Daily by Iranian-Backed Missiles, Iran Still Vowing the Death of Trump


On Dec. 9, 2021, the US-led combat mission in Iraq came to an official end after 6,850 days. But that momentous occasion did not equal a ticket home for the 2,500 U.S. troops still stationed in the country. Neither did it signal a change of mission for 900 troops currently serving in Syria.

“I expect that we will continue to provide some limited support to the Iraqis going forward,” said U.S. Central Command Commander Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, Jr. “But again, it’s going to be essentially, by and large, it’s going to be a noncombatant process.”

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