Thursday, September 07, 2006
Iraq's Newest Officers Emerge
The UK is the lead nation for the NATO assistance provided to the Iraqi Military Academy, known to those who train and work there as IMAR.
An Iraqi commander, Brig. Imad Mohammed reflected the pride he felt in his men on the occasion.
“What they get here in 12 months turns them from nervous young men into confident leaders who have learned to work as a team and face uncertainty with courage and determination,” the commander said.
The cadets expressed similar sentiments. When asked if they had enjoyed their time, or perhaps what the best parts of the course were, the students were unanimous in their view.