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Beyond the Rhetoric of Withdrawal: Our Unknown Air War Over Iraq
By Ed Kinane
A key element of the drawdown plans, not mentioned in the President's public statements, is that the departing American troops will be replaced by American airpower.
The American air war inside Iraq is perhaps the most significant - and underreported - aspect of the fight against the insurgency.
-- Seymour M. Hersh, "Up in the Air," Nov. 29, 2005, New Yorker
There's an air war over Iraq. It's invisible (here). It's deadly (there).
The Iraq air war may be the longest such war in history. In one way or another it has been undermining Iraq's sovereignty, destroying its infrastructure, and killing and maiming Iraqis for some 16 years.
Despite global pressure to withdraw, Bush Inc. - and indeed the broader US power structure - has no intention of giving up Iraq. The potential oil bonanza is too huge. And Iran - with its oil bonanza - is next door.
That air war is intensifying. The US dropped five times as many bombs in Iraq during the first six months of 2007 as it did in the first half of 2006. 1
"When the troops are cut, we'll still be bombing the hell out of the place."
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