“What a disappointing night”

AP reporter details night raid in Iraq

Some will see it as a hopeless exercise in futility. Others will see it as an example of our guys doing what htey need to do, even when every play isn’t a touchdown.

They profess not to be frightened of the night’s raid. They have executed more than they can count, and the operations usually go smoothly. They bash open doors, shout their targets awake and bind their hands with thick plastic restraints called zipcuffs. The captives are fitted with blacked out goggles and taken to base for questioning.

But the raid this night will be a little more complicated.

A quick look at the methods of the war against the terrorist leaders. Go read.