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Only 6,000 troops remain in the country - down from a peak of 170,000 at the height of the war in 2007. military training help for their security forces but have been unable to agree on what type of help they would like, or what protections they would be willing to give American trainers. officials have suggested that Iranian influence in Iraq would inevitably grow once American troops depart.

“About mid[way] to the end of February is when the project really began to pick up.” It took 15 weeks for U. Soldiers deployed to the base and the two local contractors to sort the materials in the COB Adder scrap yard into a functioning scrap separation and segregation area.

Imam Ali Air Base (ICAO: ORTL) is a military airbase located near Nasiriyah, Iraq. Until December 2011, the base was used by United States Armed Forces. The base occupies 30 square kilometers and is protected by 22 kilometers of security perimeter.

In the second phase, the team removed all steel, and in the third phase, the remaining debris was hauled offsite to designated locations. Soldiers and contract workers from Al Zaidi Company and Rawa’a Company, who worked from Monday to Friday. Marks said the first time she visited the site, stacks of scrap metal were piled more than 12 feet high.

The project involved approximately 60 personnel working on a daily basis. “Toward the end of the project, Soldiers would come in on Saturdays and Sundays to accomplish the mission,” said Sergeant First Class Jason Hellstrom, the engineer operations noncommissioned officer for the 1st Infantry Division and U. During the initial phase of the project, she checked on the site a couple of times a week to ensure the operation was going well.

But it is expected to spring back into life when the Iraqi military begins operating a major air base there. Many Iraqi politicians spent time in exile in Iran under Saddam Hussein's repressive regime, and one of al-Maliki's main allies - anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr - is believed to spend most of his time in Iran.

Soldiers and two local national contractors at Contingency Operating Base (COB) Adder led to the early completion of the COB’s scrap metal separation and segregation mission.

The metal was the accumulation of items dating as far back as the Persian Gulf War of 1990 to 1991. In the first phase, the team identified and sorted the different materials at the site. They wanted to get it done.” According to Major Tewanna Marks, an engineer with U. Division-South in Iraq, “The original projection to clean up Adder was from February to July [2010].” Soldiers completed the mission on , reducing the mission’s completion time by 60 days.

During the 1991 Gulf War, the base and its fortified aircraft shelters were heavily damaged by Coalition bombing missions. Combat Engineers then destroyed whatever serviceable aircraft and ordnance was missed during the earlier air campaign. Army Corps of Engineers Gulf Region District managed these and most other construction projects, from start to finish, for the PRT Iraq wide.

After the ground campaign began, elements of the U. Army 82nd Airborne Division took the base with little opposition. After the start of the Iraq War in 2003, Talil, now known as Ali Air Base, was used by the U. Air Force 332d Air Expeditionary Wing before they moved to Balad Air Base in January 2004. The base was nearly vacated of all US Forces on 16 December 2011.

Army; the name "Ali Air Base" is used chiefly by the U. Air Force; the installation, however, is still commonly referred to as "Tallil".

The ancient Babylonian city of Ur, known as the birthplace of Abraham, is located within the security perimeter for Ali Base, and its ancient ziggurat is visible from nearly every area of the base.

As the project progressed, the personnel and the operation became more efficient.

“Toward the end, there was a 2-week period where I did not go to [COB] Adder,” Marks said.

The 726th Maintenance Battalion (Massachusetts) arrived in May 2003 to operate as the Mayor cell for LSA (Logistics Support Area) Adder. Camp Adder, used by the Army, was also the home to three Provincial Reconstruction Teams for the provinces of Dhi Qar, Muthanna, and Maysan. The 20th Engineer Brigade, serving as the COB Adder Mayor Cell and Theatre Engineer Brigade, led and managed the transition of the final US base in Iraq. military used the base during the Iraq War (2003–2011), there were various amenities for the troops stationed there, such as a large post exchange and restaurants such as Pizza Hut, Burger King, Taco Bell, and a Green Beans coffee shop, but these were closed as of October 7, 2011.

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