Iraqi Army At Work in Sadr City
Iraqi Army soldiers working to secure the area in the Sadr City district of Baghdad uncovered weapons caches July 9.
At approximately 2 p.m., Iraqi Army soldiers seized four 120 mm mortars, an 82 mm mortar, a 60 mm mortar and four 30 mm rockets. The weapons were later turned in to Mulit-National Division Soldiers at a joint security station.
At approximately 7:15 p.m., soldiers with the 44th Brigade, 11th Iraqi Army Division, found 171 copper blocks. [ed. note - used for IEDs]
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