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This document is a captured Iraqi military record.
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Forwarding Identification Papers

Filename:ln147-95.wp1
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					THE REPUBLIC OF IRAQ



NUMBER 6  __________________________________________

SECTION  1ST COMPANY, FIELD ENGINEER BATTALION/18

CONTROL NUMBER  A/10

ADDRESS AL-MOTAFAREQQA

SUBJECT 1990

SIGNAL TO POST COMMANDER





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			IN THE NAME OF GOD THE ALMIGHTY
       
			THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE 


Headquarters
Field Engineer Battalion/18
Main Office
Number: A/14/6 B
Date: 16 Jumada II, 1410 Hejra
13 January 1990

			To: 1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
                   2nd Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
               Subject: Forwarding Identification Papers

	Attached are the identification Papers of the military 
personnel whose names are listed below and who are assigned to 
your companies.  After approving the list please acknowledge 
receipt of the same.

	1.  Conscript private Hussein Qasem Salman
	2.  Conscript private Sabah Juda Hawwas
	3.  Conscript private Mohamed Ibrahim Olwi
	4.  Conscript private Taha Hamed (illegible)



							1st Lt
                            Khaled Garalla Gaber
             For: Commander of the Field Engineer Battalion/18 
                            16 Jumada II, 13 January
	

							Documents Evaluation
                                       16/B/C

      1) (illegible) on receipt
      2) Enter in register
      3) (illegible)




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				IN THE NAME OF GOLD ALMIGHTY 
         		    THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE

Headquarters
1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
Number: 6/10/38
Date: 18 Jumada II 1410 H
15 January 1990


				To:  Field Engineer Battalion/18
                Subject: Receipt of Identification Papers

	Reference your letter number 6/14/56 of 13 January 1990, 
please be advised that we have received the subject identification 
papers.
						Captain Maged Orabi Abdul Rehim
                              Commander, 1st Company
					     Field Engineer Battalion/18

                              18 Jamuda II 1410 H
                              15 January 1990

                              Documents Evaluation 6/B/C




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				IN THE NAME OF GOLD ALMIGHTY 
         		    THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE

Headquarters
1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
Number: 6/10/29
Date: 12 Jumada II 1410 H
9 January 1990

	
				To: Field Engineer Battalion

				Subject: Approving Identification Papers


	Enclosed are the identification papers of Tank Group/8 
enlisted soldier Mohamed Awwad Felh who has been assigned to our 
company.  Please approve and advise us.


Encl.
1 Identification Paper

						 Captain Maged Orani Abdul Rehim
                                 Commander, 1st Company,
				            Field Engineer Battalion/18
                                   9 January 1990
                                12 Jumada II 1410 H




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				IN THE NAME OF GOLD ALMIGHTY 
         		    THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE

Headquarters
1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
Number: 6/10/8
Date: 4 Jumada II 1410 H
2 January 1990

	
				TO: Field Engineer Battalion

				SUBJECT: Approving Identification Papers
 

	Enclosed is a copy of the identification papers being 
returned to enlisted soldier Saad Hassan Olwan who has been 
assigned to our company.  Please take the appropriate action and 
advise us.


Encl.
1. Copy of Identification Paper



						 Captain Maged Orani Abdul Rehim
                                 Commander, 1st Company,
				
						     Lt. Maher Amer Radi			 
 
							Date: 4 Jumada II 1410 H
								1 January 1990



Document Evaluation (6/B/C)        Number: Islam




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709
_____			IN THE NAME OF GOD THE ALMIGHTY 
                   THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE
11/12/89                      
________                     Classified

3/10

                           

Headquarters
1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
"Security"
Number: 1 C/4
Date: 13 Jumada I 1410 H
11 December 1990

						TO: 1st Company
                            SUBJECT: Evaluation


	Reference the classified 4th Corps Command (Security) number 
9477 of 21 November 1989, which was delivered to us classified 
18th Division Command letter number 3138 of 24 November 1989, we 
have received the following information:

	There is a phenomenon that military service deserters wear 
military uniform as a disguise so that their identity  will not be 
checked by the controls and detachments since they are deemed in 
the military.  Additionally, they use the Egyptian military 
uniform and speak an Egyptian dialect for the same purpose.

	Please be advised and take whatever action is appropriate 
concerning this matter.

       (1)  For information of (illegible)
       (2)  Brief the officers

                 13/12

                           1 Sr. Lt Faghal Ibrahim Khomeis
                  (For) Commander, Field Engineer Battalion/18
                        13 Jumada 1 (11 December 1989)




Furnished Copy to:
Fadel




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             			IN THE NAME OF GOD THE ALMIGHTY 
                        THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE
                      


1029
_____

13/12/89
_______

2/12


                           

Headquarters
Field Engineer Battalion/18
Main Office
Number:  /  /1857
Date: 14 Jumada I 1410 H
12 December 1990

						TO: 1st Company
					SUBJECT: Destroying Training Manuals


	Reference letter number 16356 of 9 November 1989 from the 
Directorate of Infantry (In.3/Research), which was delivered to us 
along with letter number 613 of 26 November 1989 from the 18th 
Division Command,  approval number 28307 was secured from the Army 
Staff Command on 17 November 1989 and affixed to the Combat 
Development Directorate Manual.  Please destroy the manual 
according to specific procedures set up for this purpose according 
to the regulations so that it will obsolete.


Endorsements
(1) List						1) Act accordingly
                                   2) Inform the officers


							1st. Lt. Khazal Ibrahim 
Khomeis
                               
						   (For) Field Engineer Battalion/18



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LIST OF MANUALS AND FILES (DIRECTORATE OF INFANTRY)
__________________________________________________________________________________________

NAME OF MANUAL						WHY DESTROYED



__________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________
_______________________




Guide to Places and Depths			Redundancy.  Content is already in the Manual 		
						"Infantry Regiment in Battle": No 303
Mountainous Operations: No 13 for 1979	Information in those manuals came from the 
								Tactical Use and Battle Procedures for  
								Manual "Training in and Use of Medium Info(?)
Mortars: No 467 for 1977              	82 mm and 10 mm: No 86 




Lecture on Small Tactics for	 		The information is already in the Commanders and
  Warrant Officers: No Bla (none?)      Infantry Detachment Tactics Manual
  for 1977

Fortification in the Field for Warrant	The information is in the Commanders and Infantry
  Officers nd Soldiers/62 for 1978 	Detachment Tactics in War and Peace Manual

6. Mortar gun, 2 knots, from the 		The weapon is old and obsolete
    revisions No 78 for 1972

7. American mortar, 2/4 knots type 3o	For the same reason as above
    converted to type No 102 for 1967

8. Mortar gun, 3 knots, number 11 for	For the same reason as above
   1079 		

9. Carbine (machine gun) Stelk and the	For the same reason as above	
   carbine Sin number 77 for 1962

10 Semi-automatic gun Baghdad No 436	For the same reason as above
   for 1977

11 The automatic machine gun Jedkiyya	For the same reason as above
   type 85 No 193 for 1971



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12 The gun Berno Ayyad 92/7 mm type	For the same reason as above
   24 No 207 for 1968 	
	
13 The light machine gun Jedkiyya		For the same reason as above
   62/7 mm type 52/7 No 195 for 1967

14 Yugoslav medium machine gun, cal.	For the same reason as above
   6/7 mm, No 33 for 1977

15 Anti-tank gun 120 mm, No Bla (none)	For the same reason as above
   for 1974

16 Launcher (ejector) 40 mm R.B.M/2	For the same reason as above
   No 48 for 1969

17 Missile launcher 82 mm No 485 for 	For the same reason as above
   1971

18 Anti-tank launcher No 271 for 1971	For the same reason as above

19 Missile launcher, 5/3 knots No 12	For the same reason as above
   for 1969

20 An illustrated glossary for the	For the same reason as above
   American gun type 1/1 with long,
   medium and short teeth (?)/184 for
   1967

21 An illustrated glossary for the 	For the same reason as above
   machine gun Badan 303/0 knot type
   1/2 with the Badan support 303/
   0 knot type 3/12/1 No 180 for 1967

22 An illustrated glossary for the 	For the same reason as above
   machine gun Fekris 303/0 knot
   type (1) with the seat type 
   B.W.G.A.M. No 987 for 1978



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			IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY
              THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE

HEADQUARTERS
UNIT/9510
NUMBER 6/10/12
DATE: 6 DECEMBER 1990
9 JAMUDA I 1410


			To:  Directorate of Naturalization
                    and Civil Affairs/Baghdad

		    Subject:  Confirmation

	We confirm that Qai Tareq Mohamed Sultan, who works for our 
unit, is currently in the military service.   This certification 
is issued at his request for the purpose of replacing the Iraqi 
Nationality Certificate.

			With Our Appreciation:

	                       Captain/Unit 9510 Commander
                            9 Jamuda I 1410
                            Document Evaluation (1/B/C)


                 Unit Number: 9510

For Delivery...




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			IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY
              THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE

HEADQUARTERS
UNIT/9510
NUMBER 6/10/7
DATE: 1 JANUARY 1989
5 JAMUDA I 1410 H

			TO:  Directorate of Education
                    Governorate of Ziqar (illegible)

	We confirm that the enlisted soldier Abdul Qazem Atshaan 
Abdul Hussein works for our unit and is in the military service at 
present.  This is issued at his request for the purpose of taking 
external examinations.

			With Our Appreciation:

	                       Captain/Unit 9510 Commander
                            5 Jamuda I 1410 (1 January 1989
                            Document Evaluation (1/B/C)


                 

N/Received...




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    IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE

To     : The Venerable Commander of the 1st Field Engineer Company
Through:  Headquarters Commander

	The undersigned, enlisted Abdul Kazem Atshan Abdul Hussein, 
who is assigned to your 1st Field Engineer Company, requests you 
to kindly write me a letter of support to the Directorate of 
Educate, Governorate of Zaqar, so I can take the external 
examinations for the Third Intermediary Grade.

						 Obediently,


                              (Signature)

 
               Number:  None

			Rank: Field Engineer Enlisted

			Name: Abdul Qazem Atshaan Abdul Hussein

			Unit:  Field Engineer Company/18

			Date: 27/12/1989
											
								      (Signature)

                                                27/2




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		IN THE NAME OF GOD THE ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL THE 		
			COMPASSIONATE


	
Headquarters
Unit/9510
Number 6/10/21
Date: 5 January 1990 


				To: Traffic Directorate, Governorate of 
                               Moshta'al

				Subject:  Confirmation

	We confirm that the enlisted Suhayl Hassan Gasem, who works 
for our unit, is still in the military service.  This confirmation 
has been issued at his request for the purpose of getting his 
driver's license.

			With our appreciation,

					
							Captain 

                               Unit 9510 Commander
                          8 Jamuda II- 5 January 1990


Documents Evaluation (A/B/C)

                             Unit Number 9510


No'man




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	IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE

To: The Commander of the 1st Field Engineer Company
Through: Commander for the 2nd Group 

Subject:

	I, sergeant Soyal Hassan Gasem, number BLA, who is assigned 
to your unit, request your approval to furnish me with a letter 
confirming that I am still in the military service.  The letter 
will be addressed to the Directorate of Traffic, Governorate of 
Al-Mathna, and the purpose is to get a driver's license.


							I am under your order, sir.



	Should be forwarded to the Commander
  
                     Signature

                         3/1

						   To be granted
                                 his request
                                    4/1     
                            
                         
  Number:  BLA
  Rank: Engineer Sergeant
  Name: Sohayl Hassan Gasem
  Unit: Field Engineer Company/1, Field Engineer Battalion/18
  Date: 3 January 1990



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		IN THE NAME OF GOD THE ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL THE 		
			COMPASSIONATE

	
Headquarters
Unit/9510
Number 9/10/22
Date: 5 December 1990 
      8 Jamuda I 1410 


				To: Directorate of Education, Governorate of 
                               Qadesiyya
                 	Subject: Confirmation

	We confirm to you that enlisted Nasser Hussein Obeid, who is 
assigned to our unit, is still in the military service.  This has 
been furnished him at his request to take the tests for 
intermediary studies.

respectfully
                                    Signed
                                      
							 Captain 
                               Unit 9510 Commander
                                5 December 1989



No'man

Documents Evaluation ( A/B/C)



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	IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE

To: The Commander of the 1st Field Engineer Company
Through: Commander for the 2nd Group 

Subject:

	I, Nasser Hussein Obeid, Number Bla, 1st Field Engineer, who 
is assigned to your unit, request your approval to furnish me with 
a letter confirming that I am still in the military service.  The 
letter will be addressed to the Directorate of Education, 
Governorate of Qadesiyya, so that I can take the tests for the 
intermediate studies for 1989-1990.


							I am under your order, sir.



	Should be forwarded to the Commander
  
                     Signature

                         5/1

						   To be granted
                                 his request
                                    4/1     
                            
                         
  Number:  BLA
  Rank: First Sergeant
  Name: Nasser Hussein Obeid
  Unit: Field Engineer Company/1, Field Engineer Battalion/18
  Date: 4 January 1990



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		IN THE NAME OF GOD THE ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL THE 		
			COMPASSIONATE

	
Headquarters
Unit/9510
Number 6/10/23
Date: 5 December 1989
      8 Jamuda I 1410 


				To: Directorate of Education, Governorate of 
                               Misan
                 	Subject: Confirmation

	We confirm to you that enlisted soldier  Mohamed Hemeid 
Mousa, who is assigned to our unit, is still in the military 
service.  This has been furnished him at his request to take the 
tests for intermediary studies.

							 Respectfully,

                                    Signed
                                      
							 Captain 
                               Unit 9510 Commander
                                5 December 1989



No'man

Documents Evaluation ( A/B/C)

 



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	IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE

To: The Commander of the 1st Field Engineer Company
Through: Commander, Headquarters 2nd Group 

Subject:

	I, Mohamed Hemeid Mousa, Number Bla, 1st Field Engineer, who 
is assigned to your unit, request your approval to furnish me with 
a letter confirming that I am still in the military service.  The 
letter should be addressed to the Directorate of Education, 
Governorate of Misan, so that I can take the tests for the 
intermediate studies for 1989-1990.


							I am under your order, sir.



	Should be forwarded to the Commander
  
                     Signature

                         5/1

						   To be granted
                                 his request
                                    4/1     
                            
                         
  Number:  BLA
  Rank: Enlisted soldier
  Name: Nasser Hussein Obeid
  Unit: Field Engineer Company/1, Field Engineer Battalion/18
  Date: 4 January 1990




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	IN THE NAME OF GOD THE ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL
		 AND THE COMPASSIONATE


Headquarters
Unit/9510
Number: 6/10/44
Date: 15 January 1990

				To:  Religious Court at Kazimiyya
				Subject: Confirmation

	We confirm to you that conscript private Mahmoud Waheeb 
Hasoun, who is assigned to our unit, is still in the military 
service.  This confirmation has been furnished at his request for 
the purpose of getting married.

								Respectfully,

						          Captain
							Unit/9510 Commander
                             /  / H - 15 January/   

Documents Evaluation (A/B/C)

No'man




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	IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL
			THE COMPASSIONATE

To:  Commander, 1st Field Engineer Company
Through: Commander, 2nd Group Commander

Subject:

	The undersigned, conscript private Mahmoud Waheeb Hasoun, who 
is assigned to your unit, thereby request you to approve that a 
confirmation be furnished to the Religious Court at Kazimiyya for 
marriage purposes.

			To be forwarded to the commander
						(signed)

				To be granted the request according to 
	               regulations
	          
								(Signed)

Number: Bla
Rank: Conscript private
Name: Mahmoud Waheeb Hasoun
Unit: 1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
Date: 6 January 1990




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	In the name of God, the most gracious, the merciful


						HQ, Unit 9510
						No.: 6/10/1104
						Date: Jan. 1,1989
						Documents Evaluation (A,B,C)
						To: The Directorate of Baghdad 	
					Guidance, Al Karkh
						Subject: support

	We hereby certify that Mahmoud Wahib Hassouna is a member of 
our unit and still in the military service. Upon his request we 
are hereby issuing him this statement in support of his desire to 
take the foreign test for the third intermediate class.
With our appreciation.
					

signed by Unit commandant\9510
Jan. 1, 1989



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	IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL
			THE COMPASSIONATE

To:  Commander, 1st Field Engineer Company
Through: Commander, 2nd Group Commander

Subject:

	The undersigned, Military Engineering conscript private 
Mahmoud Waheeb Hasoun, who is assigned to your unit, thereby 
request you to approve that a confirmation be furnished to the 
Directorate of Education, Baghdad/Al-Karkh in order for me to 
attend the external examination for the Third Intermediary Grade.

			To be forwarded to the commander
						(signed)
                          15/12
				To be granted the request according to 
	               regulations and instructions.
	          
								(Signed)

Number: Bla
Rank: Conscript private
Name: Mahmoud Waheeb Hasoun
Unit: 1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
Date: 14 December 1989
													
					



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			IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL
					AND THE COMPASSIONATE

Headquarters
1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
Number: A/10/46
Date: 18 January 1990
21 Jamuda I 1410 H

				To: Al-Basra/Al-Ma'qal Conscription
				Subject: Confirmation

	We confirm to you that conscript private Seddeim Badan, who 
is assigned to our unit, is still in the military service.  This 
confirmation has been furnished at his request to allow him to 
check our the military service record from Al-Basra/Al Ma'qel 
Conscription.  Please take the appropriate action.

						
						Captain Maged Orabi Abdul Rehim
					Commander, 1st Company, Field Engineer
	                            Battalion/18

	                        18 January 1990

FC: Ahmed




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	IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL
			THE COMPASSIONATE

To:  Commander, 1st Field Engineer Company
Through: Commander, 2nd Group Commander

	The undersigned, conscript private Taleb Saddeim, who is 
assigned to your unit, thereby request you to approve that a 
confirmation be furnished me to allow me to check our the military 
service record from Al-Basra-Al-Ma'qal Conscription.

			To be forwarded to the commander
						(signed)

                             17/1/1990

				To be granted the request.      
     
              				(Signed)
                              
						18/1							

Number: Bla
Rank: Conscript private
Name: Taleb Saddeim Badal
Unit: 1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
Date: 17 January 1990




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	IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL THE COMPASSIONATE

To: Lt. Mohamed Saaaalla Mohamed
    LT. Shaker Mahmoud Abdul Rahman
    Lt. Amin Yaseen Ouda
    Lt. Maher Amer Radi
    Lt. Emad Ali Rasheed

Subject: For officers' information

	Enclosed are the books numbered 1840168-1296-1817-1307-1851-
1326-1857.

	Please read and return.


						Signed 
					Captain Maged Orabi Abdul Rahman
				Commander, 1st Company, Field Engineer 
	                           Battalion/18




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					FIRST DUTY

Ser.	 Rank	Name (Triple) 		      Town	Leave			    Remarks	
No.	
1		Khangar Lazem Hassouni		Misan	27/11-8/12		    Gone
2		Gamil Kazem Aziz			Al-Nagaf	5/1- 15/12		    Gone		
3		Hamed Abdul-Rda Hussein		Zi-Qar	5/12-15/12
4		Mohsen Farag Kazem			Baghdad	5/12-15/12
5		Islam Shukr Mahmoud			Nenoy	5/12-15/12
6		Taqi Reda Ahmed			Nenoy	5/12-15/12
7		Ahmed Mohareb Khalaf		Misan	5/12-15/12
8		Mohamed Abd Es-Saada Hamadi	Qadesiyya 5/12-15/12
9		Sohail Hosni Gasem			Qadesiyya 5/12-15/12
10		Kazem Abd Oksh				Qadesiyya 7/12-18-12	 
11		Magdi Matar Habeeb			Zi Qar	5/12-15/12
12		Nazem Gabr Nejm			Qadesiyya	5/12-15/12
13		Mohieddin Hussein Ahmed		Nenoy	5/12-15-12
14		Nagah Jawwal Kazem			Korbla	5/12-15/12
15		Mezahem Saad Gasem			Qadesiyya	5/12-15/12
16		Riyad Radi Hamza			Al-Nagaf	5/12-15/12
17		Hadi Toash Shennawa			Al-Nagaf	5/12-15/12
18		Abdul Razeq Gabr Zidan		Basra	5/12-15/12
19		Ali Mohamed Eid Al-Sada		Korbla	5/12-15/12
20		Said Eid Said				Wasta	5/12-15/12
21		Ahmed Oweid Kitan			Babel	5/12-15/12
22		Hisham Oweid Kitan			Baghdad	5/12-15/12
23		Adham Eid Shihaat			Babel	5/12-20/12    	5 day-leave for marriage 		
											over his reg. leave with 			
										request
24		Ali Abdulla Khaled			Baghdad	3/12-15/12    2-day assist. with request
25		Abdul Hussein Abboud Farahat	Korbla	3/12-15/12    2-day assist. with request
26		Nasser Hussein Obeid		Qadesiyya	5/12-15/12
27		Kareem Ouda Tagrasi			Baghdad	5/12-15/12
28		Mohamed Hemeid Mousa		Misan	5/12-15/12
29		Ahmed Kareem Sarhan			Qadesiyya	5/12-15/12    
30		Gasem Mohamed Gawwad		Debbani	7/12-18/12    2-day assistance



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31		Selim Qasem Zeboun			Baghdad	5/12-15/12
32		Na'im Hosni Mohamed			Baghdad	5/12-15/12    2-day assistance
33		Ati Dahham Harboush			Misan	5/12-17/12    2-day assistance
34		Hussein Qasem Seliman		Baghdad	5/12-15/12
35		Hosni Hemeid Mizaab			Baghdad	5/12-16/12    1-day assistance 
36		Qasem Mohamed Rosti			Baghdad	5/12-15/12
37		Mohamed Omran Abboud		Babel	5/12-16/12    1-day assistance
38		Kareem Keween Te'is			Wasta	5/12-15-12	



                                         (Signed)								
 						Capt. Maged Orabi Abdul Reheem
                         Commander, 1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18			



[Page 26]
							COMMON DUTY	
	                                                        
Crossed	Tareq Mohamed Sultan	Qad.		21/12-31/12	From file of Hussein Shehab Crossed
	Emad Dawoud Seliman		Baghdad	10/12-24/12			
Crossed	Mohamed Eid Ibrahim		Nenoi     16/12-25/12
Crossed	Emad Mohamed Hassan		Najaf	21/12-10/1
Crossed	Kazem Hassan Hani		Korbla	19/12-02/1	Shift with assistants  	
Crossed	Korkab Kmumoush		Baghdad	16/12-26/12
Crossed	Moahmed Saleh Wali		Nenoi	16/12-25/12
Crossed	Issa Awwad Abdulla		Ta'miim      16/12-25/12	
Crossed	Fadel Ghali Samaawi		Zi Qar	16/12-26/12
Crossed   No'man Eid Hammoud	     Ninoy	16/12-25/12
Crossed   Khemeis Ereibi Sawadi	Qad.		16/12-26/12	One day assistance
Crossed 	Saleh Mahdi Shaker		Najaf	11/12-23/12			
Crossed	Abdulla Latif Rustom	Waset	16/12-25/12
Crossed 	Gasem Mohamed Eid		Baghdad	12/12-30/12
Crissed 	Ra'd Jiha Ayyadi		Baghdad	16/12-25/12
Crossed	Mohamed Hussein Gawwad	Baghdad	16/12-25/12	
Crossed 	Khaled Abd Karmash		Baghdad	Same
Crossed 	Hemeid Abboud Darweesh	Zi Qar	Same
Crossed 	Abbas Gesr Hussein		Baghdad	Same			
Crossed 	Mahmoud Waheeb Hassoun	Baghdad      16/12-21/12	4 days ducted from his duty	
Crossed 	Abd Al Amir Faisal Kazem	Korbla	16/12-25/12
Crossed	Galil Ibrahim Saleh		Nenoy	16/12-1/1      Seven-day leave for marriage
Crossed     Qeis Fadel Abbas		Babel	16/12-27/12	
Crossed 	Ga'far Isac Te'ma		Basra	16/12-26/12    1-day assistance with request
Crossed   Bolbol Gasem Mohamed	Zi Qar	16/12-25/12
Crossed   Ihsan Kazem Khaz'al 	Waset	Same
Crossed   Ahmed Eid Mohamed		Baghdad	16/12-27/12			
Crossed   Mohsen Abd Hussein Gasem	Baghdad	19/12-28/12			
Crossed   Saheb Eid Kazem		Najaf	Same          
Crossed 	Abdel Kareem Abdul Kader Basra  	16/12-25/12
Crossed   Kazem Yaseen Haqqi		Baghdad	16/12-25/12		
                         	                                           				     
                            Captain Maged Orabi Abdul Reheem
                     Commander, 1St Company, Field Eng. Battalion/18



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(T.C: All the first column are ranks that are abbreviated and not legible at all.)			
			THIRD SHIFT
__________________________________________________________________________________________Se
r.	Rank		Name in Triple		Town		Leave		Remarks
__________________________________________________________________________________________
1.	Debi'i Shammo Kader 	Ninawa 	12/27-1/5 		none
2.	Hussein Ahmad Hassan 	Baghdad 	12/27-1/5 		none
3.    Faris Jamil Nori 		Baghdad 	12/27-1/5 		none
4. 	Muhyi Da'im Yasser 		Thee Qar 	12/27-1/5 		none
5. 	Ahmad Jassem Ibrahim 	Babylon	12/27-1/5 		none
6. 	Khalil Ghazal Omar 		Ninawa 	12/27-1/9 		Four extra days
7. 	Tamer (unclear) Ukla 	Baghdad 	12/27-1/1			none 
8. 	Abdullhussein Abbas 	Babylon 	12/27-1/1			Minus 4 days of his leave 
9. 	Mohammad Awad Falah 	Baghdad 	12/27-1/5 		none 
10. 	Khdier Eliewi Ejmeil 	Qadissiyeh 12/27-1/5 		none 
11. 	Ahmad Mehdi Saleh 		Karbula	12/23-1/5			3 extra days
12. 	Sabah Jawdat Mouat 		Baghdad 	12/24--1/3		none 
13. 	Miklef Aswad Hassan 	Tamim 	12/27-1/5			none 
14. 	Talal Shihab Ahmad 		Baghdad 	12/27-1/5			none
15. 	Salam Ahmad Mohsen 		Baghdad 	12/26/-1/5		One extra day 
16. 	Falah Daham sabah 		Baghdad 	12/27-1/5 		none 
17. 	Subhi Hmoud Diab 		waset	12/27-1/5 		none 
18. 	Hassouna Karim Jabr 	Meissan	12/27-1/5 		none 
19. 	Talib Sadim Badan 		Meissan 	12/27-1/5 		none 
20. 	As'ad Faza' Kathem 		Tamim 	12/24-1/3			none 
21. 	Fadil Mohsen Jabr 		Baghdad 	12/27-1/5 		none 
22. 	Kamel 'Amer Kathem 		Babylon 	12/27-1/5 		none 
23. 	Sahban Hasan Talban		Baghdad 	12/27-1/5 		none 
24. 	Majed Mohammad Abdulmalek Baghdad 	12/27-1/5 		none 
25. 	Ghanem Mahmoud Ma'la 	Waset 	12/27-1/5 		none 
26. 	salah Hindi Kathem 		Qadissiyeh 12/27-1/5 		none 
27. 	Salam Mahmoud Mouzan 	Baghdad 	12/27-1/5 		none 
28. 	Ahmad Rashid Ahmad 		Diayali 	12/26-1/5 		One extra day
29. 	Sa'ad Hasan 'Alouk 		Babylon 	12/27-1/5 		none 
30. 	Abdulkarim Jabbar Matar 	Basra 	12/27-1/5 		none
31.	 Riadh Radhi Hamza 		Najaf 	12/29-1/8			none
32. 	Khalil Ghali Jassem 	Basra 	12/27-1/5 		none 
33. 	Hasan Mehdi Hussein 	Meisan 	12/27-1/5 		none 



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					FIRST DUTY

1  WO		Gamil Kazem Aziz			Najaf
2  Sergeant	Hamed Eid Hussein			Zi Qar
3  Lanc Corp	Mohsen Farag Kazem			Baghdad
4  Sergeant	Islam Shukr Mahmoud			Nenoi
5  Lanc Corp	Tessi Reda Ahmed			Nenoi
6  Lanc Corp	Ahmed Adi Khalaf			Nisan
7  Lanc Corp	Mloahmed Abd El-Sada (illeg.) Qadesiyya
8  Lanc Corp	Abdel Kerim Abdel Qader Zager Basra
9  Sergeant	Seel Hassan Khanem			Qadesiyya
10 Lanc Corp	Kazem Abd Oksh				Qadesiyya
11 Lanc Corp	Nazem Gabr Negm			Qadsiyya
12 Lanc Corp	Mahdi Matar Habeeb			Zi Qar
13 Lanc Corp	Mohieddin Hussein Ahmed		Nenoi
14 Conscript	Hosni Saleh Gom'a			Nenoi
15 Conscript	Mohamed Omran Abboud		Babel
16 Conscript	Mazam Saad Gasem			Qadesiyya
17 Consscrpt	Abdel Razzaq Gabr Zidan 		Basra
18 Conscript	Aly Mohamed Abd Al-Sada		Korbla
19 Conscript	Said Eneid Said			Waset
20 Lanc Corp	Adham Eid Shiman			Babel
21 Conscript	Eid Hussein Abbooud Farahat	Korbla
22 Conscript	Nasser Hussein Ebeid		Qadesiyya
23 Conscript	Ahmed Edeid Kitan			Baghdad
24 Conscript	Kerim Ouda Nagrasi			Baghdad
25 Airman		Mohamed Hemeid Mousa		Misan
26 Conscript	Ahmed Karim Farahat			Qadesiyya
27 Conscript	Gasem Mohamed Gawwad		Diali
28 Conscript	Selim Qasem Zeboun			Baghdad
29 Conscript	Na'im Hassan Mohamed		Baghdad
30 Conscript	Ati Deham Marioush			Misan
31 Conscript	Kareem Karin Ta'ees			Waset
32 Lanc Corp	Hosni Hemeid Mizab			Baghdad
33 Conscript	Hussein Tam Seliman			Baghad
34 Conscript	Abdel Kazem Atshan Abd Hussein Zi Qar
35 Conscript	Qasem Mohamed Roson			Waset





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_____________________________ 
_____________________________________________________________



Ser. Rank				Name in Triple		     Town		    	
	_______________________________________________________________________________________
___



1  WO	           	Tarek Mohamed Sultan	Qadesiyya		
2  Corporal		      Mohamed Eid Ibrahim Elias  Nenoy			
3  Corporal			Emad Mohamed Hassan		 Najaf				
4  Corporal			Ali Jikhot Saleh		Baghdad						 
5  Sergeant			Issa Awwad Abdulla 		Al-Ta'mim				
6  Sergeant			Fadel Ghali Samaawi		Zi Qar				
7  Corporal 			No'man Eid Hammoud		Nenoi				
8  Corporal	   		Qazem Yasiti Haqqi		Misan				
9  Corporal			Issa Ereibi Sawaadi		Qadesiyya				
10 Lanc Corp			Abdulla Latif Rostom	Maset				
11 Conscsript			Gasem Mohamed Eid		Baghdad				
12 Conscript			R'ad Jehad Ayyadi		Baghdad				
13 Conscript			Moahmed Hussein Gawwad	Baghdad				
14 Conscript 			Khaled Eid Kermash		Baghdad				
15 Conscript			Hemeid Abboud Darweesh	Za Qar				 
16 Conscript			Mahmoud Waheeb Hassoun	Baghdad				
17 Conscript			Abdul Amid Faisal Kazem	Korbla 				
18 Sergeant			Abdul Galil Ibrahim Saleh Nenoi				
19 Lanc Corp 			Haidar Abdul Kazem Hamza	 Qadesiyya			
20 Conscript			Gafar Isac To'ma		Basra				
21 Conscript			Bolbol Gasem Mohamed	Zi Qar				
22 Corporal			Hussein Qazem Khazal	Waset				
23 Conscript			Ahmed Eid Mohamed		Baghdad				
24 Conscript			Badal Hussein Bakr		Nenoi				
25 Conscript			Mosen Abdul Hussein Gasem Baghdad				
26 Corporal			Maguid Mereji Tamer		Basra				
27 Lanc Corp			Kareem Lafta Khodeir	Basra				
28 Conscript			Hussein Sobhi Shehab	Baghdad				
29 Conscript	          Abbas Gasem Hussein      Baghdad 	     				
30 Conscript			Ahmed Abd Mohamed		Baghdad
31 Conscript			Saheb Abd Kazem		Najaf
32 Conscript			Mohsen Abdel Hassan Qasem Baghdad
33 Conscript			Karim (illegible) Hasir	Basra
34 Conscript			Hussein Sobhi Shehab	Diali
35 Conscript			Badal Hussein Bakr		Nenoi			      		



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                     	THIRD DUTY

1  Mast. Serg.		Mohamed Awwad Felh	   		Baghdad
2  Conscript		Wisa Shemw Kader	   		Nenoi
3  Lanc. Corp.		Fares Gamil Nori	   		Baghdad
4  Conscript		Mohamd De'em Yasser	   		Zi Qar
5  Conscript		Khalil Ghali Gasem	   		Basra
6  Corporal		Thamer Ne'aithal Akla  		Baghdad
7  Conscript   	Hassan Mersal Hussein  		Misan
8  Conscript		Khafir Elwi Gameel	   		Qadesiyya
9  Conscript		Siyyah Gouda Hawwas	   		Baghdad
10 Conscript		Fallah Deham Sabbah	   		Baghdad
11 Conscript		Sabbaha gouda Hawwas		Baghdad
12 Conscript		Sobhi Mahmoud Diab	   		Waset
13 Conscript	     Taleb Seddeim Badan	   		Misan
14 Conscript	     Kamel Amer Kazem			Babel
15 Conscript		Moahemd Ne'ma Mohamed		Korbla
16 Conscript		Maged Mohamed Abdel Malek	Baghadad
17 Conscript	 	Ghanem Mahmoud (illegible)	Waset
18 Conscript		Salah Hendi Kazem			Qadesiyya
19 Conscript		Ahmed Rashid Ahmed			Baghdad
20 Conscript		Amin Akkar Kazem			Waset
21 Conscript	     Saad Hosni Elwan			Babel
22 Lanc Corp		Abdel Kerim Gabbar Matar		Basra
23 Conscript   	Taleb Sedeim Badan			Misan
24 Conscript		Saad Hassan Elwan			Babel
25 Conscript		Khalaf Aswas Hassan			Al-Ta'meem
26 Conscript   	Hassoun Karim Gabr			Misan
27 Conscript   	Hekian Hassan Khelias		Baghdad
28 Conscript		Fadel Mohsen Gabr			Baghdad
29 Conscrtpt		Abdel Mottalab Zein Abdeen	Al-Ta'meem
30 Conscript		Rostom Gabr Shennawa		Korbla
31 Conscript   	Abdel Hassan Abbas 			Babel
32 Conscript   	Sobhi (illegible) Diab		Waset
33 Conscript		Riad Radi Hamza			Korbla
34 Conscript	     Saad Hassan Elwan			Babel
35 Conscript		Riad Radi Hamza		     Al Najaf



								(Signed)
					Captain Maged Orabi Abdel Reheem
			Commander, 1st Company, Field Engineer Battaion/18



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		IN THE NAME OF GOD ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL THE 			
		COMPASSIONATE


Headquarters
1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
Number 6/10/25
Date: 10 Jamuda II 1410 H
7 January 1990

			To: Field Engineer Battalion/18
               Subject: Response


	Reference your urgent and classified message 6/7/2 of 2 
January 1990, we are enclosing a list of names and addresses of 
military personnel who joined our company in October and November 
1989.  This is for your information.


Encl.                                         (Signed)
1. List
							Captain Maged Orani Abdul 
Rehim
                         			Commander, 1st Company, 
					              Field Engineer Battalion/18
                                           6 January 1990 


Documents Evaluation A/B/C




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4
____

3/1
1989
_____

A/10
           Classified and Urgent      Time        Day
           _____________________      ____        _____

                                                   2/1

From: Field Engineer Battalion/18
To: 1st Company
Number: A/7

	Please furnish us with a list of names of military personnel 
who joined your company recently during the months of October and 
November 1989.  This is in response to an order from Al-Waleed 
Division Command.

	The requested list should cover:  Serial number, degree of 
party affiliation (?), rank, conscript/enlisted, branch, pay, 
quadruple name and title, unit, address in full, speed 
(illegible).


						Must be furnished immediately today.
                               
                                              4/1
                                    Signed
							 1st Lt.
                        For Commander, Field Engineer Battalion/18





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(Please refer to table No 1)

1. List of Ranks Who Joined the Company Recently During the Months 
of October and November 1989.      1st Company, Field Engineer 
Battalion/18.

2. Serial number	3. Degree of party affiliation   4. Rank
5. Type of Service	6. Branch		7. Quadruple name and title 
8. Unit	9. Address in Full

10: 1	2	3	4	5	6	7
11. Supportive (align with number 3)
12. Airman	Conscript private	Conscript private	Conscript 
private	Conscript private	Conscript private

13. Enlisted 	Conscript		Conscript		Conscript		
Conscript		Conscript		Conscript

14. Construction	Pipeline pumping	Military engineer
Military engineer	Military engineer Military engineer
Military engineer

15.Mohamed Hemeie Mousa  (illegible) Al-Zeidi
   Ahmed Rasheed Ahmed
   Wesbi Shmu Kader Qat'u
   Gasem Fadel Lazem Daqqar Al-Sa'di
   Mohie De'eem Yaser
   Hosni Mahdi Hussein
   Khalil Ghali Gasem

16. 1st Company, Field Engineer Battalion/18
    (same for b through g)

17.  Misan-Mahalla Al-Seriyaa-Near 17 July Bookstore
     Dbali, near Beni Saad-Qahr Al-Seih Village, across from
     Al-Maradya Chicken
     Thenoi-Shekhaat-Mahd Complex near Mahd Dispensary
     Baghdad- City of Saddam-Dakhel-House number: 24/30/49
     Zi-Qar-Elderly Market area-Al-Hekeika near Qatamiyya School.
     Misan, Qal'et Saleh-Husseiniyya Place near the market-place.
     Basra-Qerfa-Tchoi-Abu Msheeh Village near Fersan Saad School.



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35
298
26/3/1989
A/10
	IN THE NAME OF GOD THE ALMIGHTY THE MERCIFUL THE 
COMPASSIONATE
  	
Headquarters
Field Engineer Battalion/18
Number A/7/333
Date: 2 March 1989
18 Shabaan 1409 H
				To: !st Company
 	               Subject:  Standard Classification System
                    for the Army Files and Records.

	Reference the letter number 850 of 2 February 1989 from the 
Administration Department, which was delivered to us with letter 
number 775 of 16 March 1989 from the 18th Division Command:

	1. Attached is a copy of the standard classification system 
of the Army files and records which will be phased in during the 
second half of this year.

	2.  A meeting of representatives of commands and departments 
will be held in the Military Documentation Directorate in February 
1989 to explain and clarify the principles and bases of this 
system.  The departments and commands will then be invited to 
submit their comments about the system in June 1089.

	3.  The commands and departments and affiliate directorates 
will furnish the Military Documentation Directorate on 15 October 
1989 with topics and subtopics they deal with a view to 
standardizing them and finalizing and applying the new system 
effective 1 January 1990. 

	4.  The content of the attached system will be applied 
effective 1 July 1989.

	Please take the necessary action and act accordingly.
Enclose.
(1) Classification System

				Forward to officers and administration for
                    information

						Captain Mekki Abdul Gabbar Mohamed
                       for Commander, Field Engineer Battalion/18
             				21 March 1989/14 Shabaan 1409 H



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	Standard Classification System for the Army Files and Records

1.  The standard classification system must encompass the 
activities of all directorates, commands, departs and units in the 
Armed Forces so as to meet the actual and potential requirements. 
 It should take into consideration the logical sequence in 
classifying subjects and topics so that the system can be used on 
computers and by technical equipment.   Therefore, the following 
method must be applied:
	
	a.  The following classification must be followed as a basis 
for the system according to the pyramid-shaped structure below:

	First:  Part	Second:  Chapter    Third: Section

	b.  The part is used to cover specialized activities.  The 
part is then divided into chapters dealing with the same activity. 
 Each chapter discusses homogeneous documents which must be 
sequenced logically to establish relationship between them and 
other documents.  In the same fashion the chapter is divided into 
sections, each representing a specialized file based on the volume 
of topic in the chapter itself.

	c.  Coding must be organized by using compound serial numbers 
so that the part is assigned a number from which a code (number) 
can be derived for the chapter, from which a number can be 
assigned in turn for the section, if necessary.  This numbering or 
coding should meet the requirements of the system.

	d.  The code number for the first chapter in each part should 
be assigned  for the miscellaneous documents files (general).  In 
it the following the cases are maintained:

	First.  When there is a specific number of correspondence 
pertaining to various subjects.  Should there be an excess of 
correspondence documents for one specific subject, another file 
may be set up according to the instructions in the manual.

	Second.  The correspondence covered in general terms by the 
chapter's topics, which cannot be maintained in specific files.

	Third.  The infrequent correspondence which may crop up once 
in a while or several times.  This is done to avoid waste in 
setting up several files.

	e.  The code number for the second chapter in each part is 
assigned for classified documents files.

	f.  The number and specifics of sections are left to the  
units to complete in accordance with the requirements of each unit 
at present.  These, however, will be standardized later on.



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					Top Secret (Cont.)

2.  The standard classification system of files and records in the 
Army  (attached Appendix A) may be substituted for the multiple 
systems currently in use.  Individual improvising in setting up 
files should be prohibited.

3.  Advantages of Classifying the Army Files and Records.  	

a.  Standardization:  The system ensures standardization of all 
classification systems currently in use by the Armed Forces units. 
 Individual improvising in setting up files should be banned.

b.  Flexibility:  Each part is divided into an unspecified number 
of chapters so that the various requirements of the units can be 
covered.

c.  Comprehensibility:   The part can accommodate an unspecified 
number of files used by the military units.

d. Control:  Ensuring control of files so that inter-related 
information and documents can be collected.

e. Simplicity:  The ease of using numbers listed in the manual by 
all personnel at all levels.

f. Subject:  The system ensures clear and brief titles for the 
files so that they can be understood by all users.

g. The system can be applied by using modern technologies 
currently in use or will be used.

h.  Economy:  Setting up files will be confined to activities 
engaged in by each unit according to the units' needs, while 
providing for possible combining of files used by two or more 
platoons two or more files into one file and disallowing redundant 
files at more than one site.

4.  The system will be applied on an experimental bases in the 
second half of 1989, and the departments and regiments will submit 
their comments in June 1989 following the meeting of  interested 
parties  at our directorate during the month of February 1989.  
The purpose of the meeting is to clarify principles and bases used 
by all directorates/commands with a view to standardizing them and 
finalizing and implementing the system as of December 1990.

					This is for your information and action.

                         Top Secret



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								Staff Brig. General
                                        Said Sukkar Shaheen
                                     Director, Military Documents


					Top Secret

Appendix A

				Standardized Classification System
                       For The Army Files And Records


Part:

1. Intelligence

Remark:

Classifying topics related to military intelligence and security 
should be the responsibility of the General Intelligence 
Directorate so that they can be generalized and used by the 
concerned parties using the same principles and bases in the 
study.


				      Top Secret




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					Top Secret

Appendix A

Part:

2. Operations

Chapter                  Section                     File Number

1.	General									2/1
2.	Confidential and Personal					2/2
3.	Plans									2/3 Br
4.  	Operations								2/4
5.	Battles									2/5
6.	Reports									2/6
7.	Analysis									2/7
8.	Requests									2/8
9.	Studies									2/9
10.	Recommendations and Directives				2/10
11.	Determined positions						2/11
12.	War newspapers								2/12
13.	Allocations 								2/13
14.	Battle order								2/14	 
	15.	Maneuvers									2/15
16.	Emergencies				           		2/16
17.	General Mobilization						2/17
18.	Warning and Operations						2/18
19.	Summary of intelligence efforts				2/19
20.  Operations orders							2/20
21.	Reconnaissance								2/21
22.	Patrols									2/22
23.	Penetration								2/23
24.	Interaction								2/24
25.	Enemy intentions							2/25
26.	Making up and replenishing					2/26
27.	Organization and strength					2/27
28.	Command centers							2/28
29.	Opening and closing headquarters and units		2/29
30.	Moving and silencing of troops				2/30
31.	Deployment and movement of units				2/31

					    Top Secret




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					Top Secret

Appendix A (Cont.)

32.	Arms deployment				2/32
33.	Reorganizing					2/33
34.	Engagement					2/34
35.	Mobilization and strategy		2/35
36.	General force					2/36
37.	People's Army					2/27
38.  Internal security force			2/38
39.	National Defense Groups			2/39
40.	Fortification					2/40
41.	Deception and camouflaging		2/41
42.	Ambushes and covers				2/42
43.	Arbitration					2/43
44.	Protection of vital facilities 	2/44
45.	Shelters						2/45
46.	Air bases						2/46
47.	Ports						2/47
48.	Projects						2/48
49.	Engineer activities			2/49
50.	Engineer effort				2/50
51.	Survey and maps				2/51
52.	Borders						2/52
53.	Water (illegible)				2/53
54.	Roads and bridges				2/54
55.	Wire and Wireless Communication 	2/55
56.	Operation of vehicles and equipment 	2/56
57.	Weapons						2/57
58.	Military gear					2/58
59.	Dominant systems and equipment
60.	Intelligence equipment			2/60
61.	Electronic warfare				2/61

                               Top Secret



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Appendix A (Cont.)

						Top Secret

62.	Air defense				2/62
63.	Coastal defense			2/63
64.	Army aviation				2/64
65.	Floods and disasters		2/65
66.	Ministries and departments 	2/66
67.	Arab countries				2/67
68.	Foreign countries			2/68
69.	Records              		2/69
70.	Inspection				2/70
72.	Determined positions		2/71
73.	Visitations				2/72
74.	Conferences				2/73
75.	Committees				2/74
_____________________________________________________

Part

3. Administration

Chapter				Section			File Number		

1.	General								3/1
2.	Confidential and Personal				3/2
3.	Operation								3/3
4.	Use									3/4
5.	Commissioning							3/5
6.	Enlisting								3/6
7.	Discharge								3/7
8.	Seniority								3/8
9.	Secret reports							3/9
10.	Promotion								3/10
11.	Service renewal						3/11
12.	Operation card and service 				3/12

						Top Secret




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						Top Secret 

Appendix A (Cont.)

13.	Terminating service						3/13
14.	Tenure 								3/14
15.	Employees roster						3/15
16.	Type replacement						3/16
17.	Honoring								3/17
18.	Penalties								3/18
19.	Absenteeism and desertion				3/19
20.	Leave								3/20
21.	Clinics								3/21
22.	Hospital								3/22
23.	Identification papers					3/23
24.	Name corrections						3/24
25.	Personal files							3/25
26.	Marriage interactions					3/26
27.	Requests and confirmations				3/27
28.	Martyrs and deceased					3/28
29.	Captives and lost						3/29
30.	Wounded and handicapped					3/30
31.	Employee affairs						3/31
32.	Recommendations and directives			3/32
33.	Reports and orders						3/33
34.	Generalizations						3/34
35.	First section orders					3/35
36.	Second section orders					3/36
37.	Army newspaper							3/37
38.	Captives cages							3/38
39.	Accomplishments						3/39
40.	Records								3/40
41.  Inspection							3/41


					Top Secret




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					Top Secret

Appendix A (Cont.)

42.	Determined positions					3/42
43.	Visitations							3/43
44.	Conferences							3/44
45.	Committees							3/45
46.	Travel (TDY)							3/46
47.	Documents recovery							3/47
48.	Tidying								3/48


Part	

4. March		

Chapter					Section		File Number	

1.	General								4/1
2.	Confidential and personal				4/2
3.	Agreements							4/3
4.	Contracts and pledges					4/4
5.	Sales								4/5
6.	Acquisitions							4/6
7.	Tenders								4/7
8.	Bids									4/8
9.	Marketing								4/9
10.	Pricing								4/10
11.	Requisitions							4/11
12.	Advertisements							4/12
13.	Contracting							4/13
14.	Projects								4/14
15.	Companies								4/15
16.	Military manufacturing					4/16
17.	Military gear							4/17
18.	Spare tools							4/18
19.	Rescue								4/19




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Appendix A (Cont.)			Top Secret	

20.	Repair								4/20
21.	Restoration and demolition				4/21
22.	Support								4/22
23.	Allocation							4/23
24.	Measurements							4/24
25.	Spoilage								4/25
26.	Damage								4/26
27.	Losses								4/27
28.	Damaged materials							4/28
29.	Making up and replenishing				4/29
30.	Buildings and construction				4/30
31.	Warehouses, storage and silos				4/31
32.	Savings								4/32
33.	Depots								4/33
34.	Rafts and bridges						4/34
35.	Suspensions							4/35	36.	Artisan wells							4/36
37.	Vehicles and  tracked vehicles			4/37
38.	Carriers								4/38
39.	Systems and equipment					4/39
40.	Tents								4/40
41.	Fortification equipment					4/41
42.	Furniture								4/42
43.	Materials (raw)						4/43
44.	stock								4/44
45.	In stock								4/45
46.	Sustenance							4/46
47.	Rations								4/47
48.	Bakeries and ovens	 					4/48
49.	Shops and clubs						4/49
50.	Medical items							4/50
51.	Supplies								4/51



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52.	Fuel and oils							4/52
53.	Water and electricity					4/53
54.	Mounting								4/54
55.	Books 								4/55
56.	Housing								4/56
57.	Land and allocation of buildings			4/57
58.	Woodwork								4/58
59.	Hostels and rest areas					4/49
60.	Cemetery								4/60
61.	Fire Extinction						4/61
62.	Agriculture							4/62	63.	Control and mounting					4/63
64.	Permits								4/64
65.	Lists and statements					4/65
66.	Forms and documents						4/66
67.	Controls								4/67
68.	Records								4/68
69.	Inspection							4/69
70.	Technical reports						4/70
71.	Determined positions					4/71
72.	Visitations							4/72
73.	Conferences							4/73
74.	Committees							4/74



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Appendix A												
				Top Secret 

Part 

5. Training

Chapter				Section			File Number	

1.	General								5/1
2.	Confidential and Personal				5/2
3.	Syllabus								5/3 Br.
4.	Admission								5/4
5.	Deferment and exemption					5/5
6.	Examinations and tests					5/6
7.	Results								5/7
8.	Certificates							5/8
9.	Patrol stations						5/9
10.	Lecturers								5/10
11.	Students attending school at 
     Ministry of Defense's expense				5/11
12.	Study grants and scholarships				5/12
13.	Studying overseas						5/13
14.	Delegations							5/14
15.	Internal training courses				5/15
16.	External training courses				5/16
17.	Lectures								5/17
18.	Studies and research					5/18
19.	Research papers						5/19
20.	Experiments							5/20
21.	Innovations and inventions				5/21
22.	Training evaluation and measurement		5/22
23.	Translation							5/23
24.	Libraries								5/24
25.	Publications and articles				5/25
26.	Journals, newsletters and manuals			5/26
27.	Training aids and audiovisuals			5/27
28.	Awards and gifts						5/28
29.	Training instructions (illegible)			5/29
30.	Training (illegible)					5/30



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31.	Exercises								5/31
32.	Demonstrations							5/32
33.	(illegible) fields						5/33
34.	Camps								5/34
35.	Military parades						5/35
36.	Sports clubs							5/36
37.	Physical training						5/37
38.	Tests								5/38
39.	Combat schools							5/39
40.	Colleges, institutes and centers			5/40
41.	History of the Iraqi Army				5/41
42.	Army press							5/42
43.	Inspections							5/43
44.	Determined positions					5/44
45.	Visitations							5/45
46.	Conferences							5/46
47.	Committees							5/47




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Appendix A			Top Secret


Part: Political Orientation

		Chapter			Section		File Number	

1.	General								6/1
2.	Confidential and personal	6/2
3.	Notifications and circulares	6/3
4.	Reports, determined positions, political
	orientation							6/4
5.	Lectures and seminars	6/5
6.	Slogans	6/6
7.	Anniversaries, celebrations and 	6/7
	festivals								
8.	Literacy programs	6/8
9.	(Illegible), exhibitions and libraries	6/9
10.	Military Media	6/10
11.	Newspapers, records and manuals	6/11
12.	Field leaflets	6/12
13.	Radio and television	6/13
14.	Field radio broadcast	6/14
15.	Motion pictures and TV videotaping	6/15
16.	Information by motion pictures and TV	6/16
17.	Theater	6/17
18.	(illegible)	6/18
19. 	Correspondents (?)	6/19
20.	Psychological warfare	6/20
21.	Suggestions and (illegible)	6/21
22.	(illegible) and honoring	6/22
23.	(illegible)	6/23
24.	Records	6/26
25.	Inspection	6/25
26.	Cemetery	6/26
27.	Visitations	6/27
28.	Conferences	6/28
29.	Committees	6/29

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Appendix A				Top Secret 

Part 7: Legal

Chapter				Section			File Number

1.	General	7/1
2.	Confidential and personal	7/2
3.	Resolutions	7/3
4.	Laws, regulations and instructions	7/4
5.	Protocols	7/5
6.	Conventions	7/6
7.	Agreements and protocols	7/7
8.	Decorations	7/8
9.	Powers of attorney	7/9
10.	Military courts 	7/10
11.	Civil courts	7/11
12.	Prosecution	7/12
13.	Investigative councils and committees	7/13
14.	Penalties	7/14
15.	Court quotations	7/15
16.	Notes and notifications	7/16
17.	Claims	7/17
18.	Legal cases	7/18
19.	Legal procedures	7/19
20.	Debts	7/20
21.	Execution	7/21
22.	Jails	7/22
23.	Records	7/23
24.	Inspection	7/24
25.	Positions	7/25
26.	Visitations	7/26
27.	Conferences	7/27
28.	Committees	7/28

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					Top Secret	

Part 8: Accounts

Chapter				Section			File Number

1.	General	8/1
2.	Confidential and personal	8/2
3.	Financial instructions	8/3
4.	Estimates	8/4
5.	Budget	8/5
6.	Orders	8/6
7.	Salaries and wages	8/7
8.	Allocations	8/8
9.	Raises	8/9
10.	Discounts	8/10
11.	Grants 	8/11
12.	Loans	8/12
13.	Travel	8/13
14.	Checking	8/14
15.	Monthly counts	8/15
16.	Petty expenses	8/16
17.	Credits and penalties	8/17
18.	Collateral	8/18
19.	Family statement	8/19
20.	Adequate support (Isl. Law)				8/20
21.	Settlement by consent	8/21
22.	Appropriations	8/22
23.	Permits	8/23
24.	Disbursement lists	8/24
25.	Disbursement certificates	8/25
26.	Lists and statements	8/26
27.	Forms and documents	8/27



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28.	Cards	8/28
29.	Payment vouchers	8/29
30.	Records	8/30
31.	Inspection	8/31
32.	Positions	8/32
33.	Visitations	8/33
34.	Conferences	8/34
35.	Committees	8/35


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