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Operation Anaconda: Opportunity and Reality
A look at how the various intelligence organizations researched the Gardez-Khost-Shahikot areas.
# 135089 | 1,000 words | 1 source | 2007 | US


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The paper describes how Operation Anaconda (March 2002) involved over 1700 allied forces and an estimated 500 or more Taliban and Al Qaeda guerillas in a mountainous and nearly inaccessible region at the eastern edge of Afghanistan. The paper explains that the fact that this operation was able to take place must be credited to the advance work of a small number of intelligence operatives and special forces who did the difficult work of reconnaissance to lay a path for conventional forces to follow, the work known as IPB (Intelligence Preparation of Battlefield).

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"Operation Anaconda (March 2002) involved over 1700 allied forces and an estimated 500 or more Taliban and Al Qaeda guerillas in a mountainous and nearly inaccessible region at the eastern edge of Afghanistan. That this operation was able to take place must be credited to the advance work of a small number of intelligence operatives and special forces who did the difficult work of reconnaissance to lay a path for conventional forces to follow, the work known as IPB (Intelligence Preparation of Battlefield.)"

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