Purple Haze in Ramadi

U.S. Army Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 28th Infantry Division and Iraqi army soldiers use smoke to cover their movements during a gun battle in Ramadi, Iraq, May 13, 2006. DoD photo by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class Samuel C. Peterson, U.S. Navy. (Released)

From JCCC.

It seems the gear we’re seeing the Iraqi soldiers equipped with improves on regular basis. Murdoc wonders how much of this improvement we’re seeing is real and how much is simply a matter of photo selection by the military and/or the government.

Comments

  1. Oh great just wait till we here about more chemical weapons use ‘Agent Green’ and ‘Agent Purple Haze’…

  2. MO, ‘It seems the gear we’re seeing the Iraqi soldiers equipped with improves on regular basis’ Well if nothing else we know where our surplus stock of 6-color desert bdu’s has wound up.

  3. ‘Yes! Just wait for the protest banners ‘No more purple haze’.’ I guess those protestors aren’t Jimi Hendrix fans, Steve.