Hey Battle, I don't know where you are at or who you are with, but the Big Red One in Baghdad has a pretty sweet GTA on IEDs and common munitions the insurgents use. It is a half-sheet sized stack of stapled papers on IEDs, mortors, AKs, and tactics. I don't know how long you have, but if you're interested I can try to get one to you. Let me know.
Drill Sergeant K, that was a pretty interesting site. I spent some time on it watching some of the videos today. And everybody thinks our LFX's suck? Did you see the video of the Al Qaeda training camp? That dude was firing rounds inches away from people.

Somehow, Marine boot doesn't seem so tough anymore Roll Eyes...
Okay, here is more information on our TTP guide. It is titled: (U) Iraq: Insurgency Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP)
Put out by: National Ground Intelligence Center (NGIC) Intelligence Today for Tomorrow's Fight
Published: August 2005 NGIC-1121-7256-05

May seem like a bunch of mumbo-jumbo, but I bet they have a web-site. If you are going to deploy to Iraq, I would highly recommend looking into getting one. I bet they also have them for other areas of operation. Hope this helps someone.
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