Document Page: First | Prev | Next | All | Image | This Release | Search

File: ln188-95_3.txt
Page: 3
Total Pages: 1

*********************************************
This document is a captured Iraqi military record.
It is provided in its original form to include Iraqi
classification markings (i.e. Top Secret, Secret, etc.). 
These classification markings are NOT U.S. Government markings.
*********************************************

No Subject Line Found

Filename:ln188-95.wp3
		Secret and Urgent			Issuance Time		and 
Day
										12 / 17
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	All companies...
Issuance number: 636		Seventh Corps�s Secret and Urgent letter 
number 20605 dated 11 /29. The 45th 
Infantry Division�s Secret and 
Urgent letter number 1055 dated 
12/10. The 842nd Infantry Division�s 
Secret and Urgent letter number 300 
dated 12/14 pertaining to the 
execution of the instructions by the 
Army Staff Headquarters. Take 
measures to carry out the activities 
at night. These include Arbitration, 
maintenance , training to use 
weapons, and any aspect of the daily 
activities. Bring us the results  of 
the measures.



			[Signature]
			Captain
			For the Commander of the Second Battalion of the 
842nd Infantry Brigade 

Secret and Urgent

			Secret and Urgent		Issuance Time		
	and Day
											12 / 17
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade

Issuance number: 646
			Your letter number 234 dated 12 / 5. The necessary 
measure was taken according to the contents of your 
above letter. Please review.





			[Signature]
			Captain
			For the Commander of the Second Battalion of the 
842nd Infantry Brigade

Secret and Urgent

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Top Secret
				Headquarters of the Second Battalion of the 
842nd Infantry Brigade
				Number:	1292
				Date:		December 17, 1990

					To:	All Companies
					Subj.	Instruction

Ref.	Top Secret letter number 220 dated 12/10/1990 by the EME 
Command of the 842nd Infantry Division.
	Top Secret letter number 242 dated 12/13/1990 by the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade.
President Saddam Hussein (God Bless him) issued an order that it 
is necessary to let all weapons, ammunition, and equipment last as 
long as possible and be used on the enemy. Therefore, confirm our 
special instructions to carry out technical maintenance on 
equipment in general and continue maintenance measures such 
lubrication on these equipment according to the statements that 
are issued by the technical department of the EME command. Please 
review and take the necessary measure.


			[Signature]
			Captain Faysal Ghazy Thaher
			For the commander of the Second Battalion of the 
842nd Infantry Brigade


				Secret and Urgent		Issuance Time	
	and Day
											12/17
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade (Operations)

Issuance number: 638			Your letter dated 271 dated 12/14. 
Received and carried out. 
Please review.








				[Signature]
				Captain
				Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade

Secret and Urgent

				Secret and Urgent			Issuance Time	
	and Day
												12/17
From:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The Second Battalion
Issuance number:	I/47/430.	Below is the text of the Logistics 
Department�s Secret and Urgent 
letter number 2934 that was referred 
in the Supply and Transportation�s 
Secret and Urgent letter number 
17064 dated 12/11 that was mentioned 
in the Seventh Corps� Secret and 
Urgent letter number 21320 dated 
12/12 that we receive in the 45th 
Division�s Secret and Urgent letter 
637 dated 12/14. On 12/5/1990, the 
Army Chief of Staff agreed that the 
inspection and follow up committee 
are to be in the Corps in which a 
member from the sites participates. 
Please form the required committees 
in coordination with the commands of 
the Communications sites. The above 
communications sites commands. 
Please coordinate with the corps� 
commands to form the required 
committees and appoint committee 
members from commands of concerned 
sites. Your above letter: please 
review. Over. Take the necessary 
measure.

			[Signature]
			Major
   			For the Commander of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
			12/1990
Secret and Urgent
									Document Evaluation 
(a, b, c)

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
								Headquarters of the First 
Company
								Number:	/   / 93
								Date:		12/17/1990
				To:	The Second Company
				Subj.	Periodical review

		Enclosed is the 842nd Infantry Brigade�s Top 
Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 55 
dated 12/8/1990. Please have it reviewed by the 
officers and kept at the Second Company then 
returned to the Headquarters of the Support 
Company.



		Enclosures
		1 letter




						[Signature]
						First Lieutenant Ghanem Mozahem 
Shaker
						Commander of the First Company


In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
								Headquarters of the 
Second Company
								Number:	121
								Date:		December 17, 
1990
				To:	The Third Company
				Subj.	Periodic review

		Enclosed is the 842nd Infantry Brigade�s Top 
Secret, Confidential, and, Urgent letter 
number 55 dated 12/8/1990. Please have it 
reviewed by the officers, sent to the Fourth 
Company, and returned to the Company 
Headquarters. Please review.



		Enclosures
		One letter
						[Signature]
						First Lieutenant Abdul Aal Kareem 
Shakbar
						Commander of the Second Company
						December 17, 1990

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Top Secret and Confidential
								Command of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade 
								General Staff
								(Operations)
								Number:	O1/2/65
								Date:		Jamada Al-Awal, 
1411
										December 18, 
1990
				To:	The Second Battalion
				Subj.	Procedures during the President�s (God 
Bless him) visit

Ref.	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 6963 dated December 
9, 1990 by the Army Staff Headquarters.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 6064 dated December 
11, 1990 by the Seventh Corps� Command.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 100 dated December 
14, 1990.

Enclosed is an original copy of the Defense Minister�s Office�s 
Top Secret and Confidential letter number 10622 dated December 6, 
1990 with an enclosed Top Secret and Confidential  letter number 
1239 dated December 4, 1990 from the Office of the Armed Forces 
General Command Secretariat 

Please take the necessary measure.

Enclosures
2 original copies.




						[Signature]
						Colonel Adnan Kazem Mansoor
						Commander of the 842nd Infantry 
Brigade
						December 18, 1990


Top Secret and Confidential

							Document Evaluation, a, b, c

H//

			Secret and Urgent			Issuance Time	
	and Day
											12/19
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade

Issuance Number:	652		Your Secret and Urgent letter number 
305 dated 12/16. Accomplished.




				[Signature]
				Captain
				Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade

Secret and Urgent

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
								Headquarters of the Third 
Company
								Number:	108
								Date:		12/18/1990
				To:	The Fourth Company
				Subj.	Periodic Review

Enclosed is a the Top Secret and Confidential letter number 55 
dated 12/8/1990 by the 842nd Infantry Brigade. Please have it 
reviewed by the officers and sent to the Company Headquarters for 
review.
Enclosures
3 letters

					[Signature]
					First Lieutenant Amer Omdan Hamza
					Commander of the Third Company

			Secret and Urgent		Issuance Time		and 
Day
										12/19
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade

Issuance number: 668		Your Top Secret and Confidential letter 
number 64 dated 12/17. Received and 
accomplished.






				[Signature]
				Captain
				Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade

Secret and Urgent

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Top Secret and Confidential
				Headquarters of the Second Battalion of the 
842nd Infantry Brigade
				Number:	47
				Date:		December 19, 1990

					To:	All companies
					Subj.	Instruction
Ref.	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 6712 dated December 
2, 1990, by the Army Staff Headquarters.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 6035 dated December 
4, 1990, by The Seventh Corps Command.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 97 dated December 
17, 1990 by the 45th Corps Command.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 64 dated December 
17, 1990 by the Command of the 842nd Infantry Brigade.

1.	Proceed immediately with building shelters with blocks and 
concrete ceilings that will be delivered to your units� 
sectors subsequently and as soon as possible.
2.	The Corps� Commander ordered to carry out a high standard 
process. Presents will be offered  to commanders of 
formations and units whose sectors complete the building 
process including communications� trenches provided that 
priority is given to shelters and reinforcing them with the 
rocks that are available at your sectors.

	Take the necessary measures and advise us.



				[Signature]
				For Captain
				Ghazy Taher Rasheed
				Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade


(1-1)
Top Secret and Confidential

			Secret and Urgent		Issuance Time		and 
Day
										12/19
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade

Issuance number:	648	Your letter number 271 dated 12/14. We 
responded in our Secret and Urgent letter 
number 638 dated 12/17



				[Signature]
				Captain
				Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade



Secret and Urgent

			Secret and Urgent		Issuance Time		and 
Day
										12/19
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade

Issuance number:	650	Your Top Secret letter number 242 dated 
12/13. The necessary measures were taken 
according to the contents of your above 
letter..



				[Signature]
				Captain
				Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade

Secret and Urgent

			Secret and Urgent		Issuance Time		and 
Day
										12/19
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade

Issuance number:	646	Your Top Secret letter number 246 dated 
12/14. The requests in your above letter 
were carried out.



				[Signature]
				Captain
				Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade


Secret and Urgent

			Secret and Urgent		Issuance Time		and 
Day
										12/19
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade

Issuance number:	670	Your Secret and Urgent letter number 300 
dated 12/14. Measures were taken to carry 
out the activities at night including 
maintenance activities. Over.



				[Signature]
				Captain
				Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade


			Secret and Urgent		Issuance Time		and 
Day
										12/19
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade

Issuance number:	673	Your Top Secret letter number 252 dated 
12/14. Preparations have been made for 
the visit.



				[Signature]
				Captain
				Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade


Secret and Urgent

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
								Headquarters of the 
Fourth Company
								Number:	93
								Date:		12/20/1990
			To:	The Second Battalion�s Command of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
			Subj.	Periodic Review
Enclosed is the Top Secret and Confidential letter number 55 dated 
12/8/1990 by the 842nd Infantry Brigade. Please have it reviewed 
by the officers and returned to the Battalion�s Headquarters.


						[Signature]
						First Lieutenant
						Najeh Hameed Saleh
						For / Commander of the Fourth 
Company


In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Top Secret, Confidential,
and Urgent
							Headquarters of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							General Staff
							(Operations)
							Number:	O/1/2/67
							Date:		Jamada Al-Thany, 
1411
									December 20, 1990
			To:	The Second Battalion
			Subj.	Instructions

Ref.	Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 7162 dated 
December 13, 1990 by the Army Staff Headquarters.
	Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 6216 dated 
December 15, 1990 by the seventh battalion�s command.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 102 dated December 
17, 1990.
The Armed Forces general Commander issued an order to convene the 
General Command of the Armed Forces on Saturday, December 8, 1990. 
It was relayed in a Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter 
number 1262 dated December 12, 1990 by the Armed Forces General 
Command�s Secretariat. The order was to discuss the following:
1.	To proceed with the serious work to complete the second 
defensive line.
2.	To concentrate on building fortified locations inside the 
first (previous) defensive line and  continue to fight at all 
fronts even if a penetration of the defensive line occurs. 
They stay isolated by barriers and staffed with a number of 
kamikaze.
3.	To build a real protection to prepare the artillery and pile 
its ammunition as soon as possible.
4.	To conduct a report about the individuals and the test 
results that describe the defensive line  so the soldier 
would learn that a unnecessary movement at the locations 
leads to real irreversible losses.
5.	The defensive lines must be fortified by the shore to 
reinforce the resistance of the personnel. In case of a 
landing, they are trained to infiltrate the city to fight the 
enemy in city fighting and all weapons.
6.	To remove, reduce, or turn off night lights that surround 
ammunition depots of the naval forces or any important target 
in the Armed Forces. Also to remove or hide any signal that 
may be used by the enemy�s pilots to get close or attack the 
target.
7.	The Commander of the Republican Guards and Corps commanders 
are to study setting regulations and suggestions to honor 
individuals who destroy enemy ground, air, and equipment and 
catch prisoners.
	War standards with Iran can be considered for this 
purpose...by increasing them for the American and British 
enemies and Western countries in general and decreasing for 
others.
	We hope to take the necessary measure.	[Signature]
							Colonel Adnan Kazem Mansoor
							Commander of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							December 1990
Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent
In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Secret and Confidential
							Headquarters of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							Management and Logistics
							Management
							Number: 	2 / 20
							Date:		Jamada Al-Thany, 
1411
									December 21, 1990

				To:	The Second Battalion
				Subj.	Recommendations for a plan

Ref.	Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 6472 dated 
11/24/1990 by the Army Staff Headquarters.
	Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 237 dated 
11/26/1990 by the management department.
	Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 3190 dated 
12/3/1990 by the seventh battalion�s command.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 26 dated 12/14/1990 
by the 45th Division�s Command.
During the meeting that was held at the Armed Forces General 
Command on 11/18/1990, the President (God bless him) issued the 
following:
1.	From now on, no personnel member who is transferred to 
another valid locations may leave the training facilities 
before the beginning of the training or the end of basic 
training.
2.	If there is a need for [illegible] get [illegible].
3.	The divisions are given their shares of soldiers to directly 
supervise their training to reduce the load on our training 
centers.
4.	When counting the food shortage, troops and units should take 
into account the return on 12/15/1990 of  farmers who were 
previously let go.
5.	The owned properties in only taken into account. The staff�s 
use is canceled for any reason inside the Armed Forces.
Please take the necessary measure.



						[Signature]
						Colonel Adnan Kazem Mansoor
						Commander of the 842nd Infantry 
Brigade
						12/1990

Secret and Confidential

								Document Evaluation (a, 
b, c)

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
							Headquarters of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							Management and Logistics
							Administration
							Number:	6/1/1146
							Date:		Jamada Al-Thany, 
1411
									December 23, 1990
				To:	The Second Battalion
				Subj.	Decree 324 of 1990
Ref.	Letter number 37214 dated 12/24/1990 by the Directorate of 
the Legal Department.
	Letter number 1461 dated 12/7/1990 by the Command of the 45th 
Division / L. D.
Please include all your units� officers under decree number 324 
dated 8/15/1990 by the Council of the Revolutionary Command and 
stop the legal procedures that are taken against them for crimes 
that were committed before the expiration date of the above decree 
on 8/15/1990 and its exceptions. Please review and work 
accordingly.

						[Signature]
						Major Abdul Khaleq Ali Hameed
						For / Commander of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
						12/1990

							Document evaluation (a, b, c)

     

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Top Secret and Confidential
						Headquarters of the 842nd Infantry 
Brigade
						General Staff
						(Operations)
						Number:	O/1/2/70
						Date:		Jamada Al-Thany, 1411
								December 24, 1990
					To:	The second battalion
					Subj.	Instructions
Ref.	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 7156 dated December 
13, 1990 by the Army Chief of Staff.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 6219 dated December 
15, 1990 by the seventh battalion�s command.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 105 dated December 
17, 1990.
After the Army Chief of Staff�s  visit on December 12, 1990 to the 
southern area of operations in the presence of Assistant Army 
Chief of Staff for the operations to attend the testing of Tareq 
project and meet with some commanders and upon reviewing all the 
instructions that were issued since August 2, 1990 until now and 
the measures that were taken to improve defense conditions in the 
area, the following decision were made:
1.	To confirm the instructions that were issued in the Top 
Secret and Confidential letter number 6870 dated December 6, 
1990. This letter was mentioned in the above battalion�s 
letter number 6060 dated December 10, 1990. In turn. This 
latter was mentioned in our Top Secret and Confidential 
letter number 66 dated December 18, 1990 that pertain to all 
the measures that need to be carried out and followed by 
commanders to reach an appropriate formula to face the 
American enemy and its allies.
2.	From now on, commands are to give suggestions about using 
Tareq project in light of the test that was conducted on 
August 12, 1990 and link the positive aspects of the projects 
with all other measures that pertain to the defense within 
the responsibility sectors.
3.	There was no decision on forming shield troops in the defense 
site. These troops are required to force the enemy to open up 
and to fight and resist in the site while taking into 
consideration  the nature of the elements of these troops.
4.	To multiply the systems in the vital elements in the defense 
site. This covers the borders that separate the dangerous 
threatening directions / the roads that lead to the defense 
site.
5.	Training officers and fighters on minor mobilization is 
considered essential to increase their competence in 
directing the battle.
6.	To confirm equality among fighter and teach your participants 
to stay away from assumption.
Please take the necessary measure.			[Signature]
							Colonel Adnan Kazem Mansoor
							Commander of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							January 1990
Top Secret and Confidential

									Document Evaluation 
a, b, c,

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Top Secret, Confidential,
and Urgent
							Headquarters of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							General Staff
							(Operations)
							Number:	O/1/2/67
							Date:		Jamada Al-Thany, 
1411
									December 20, 1990
			To:	The Second Battalion
			Subj.	Instructions

Ref.	Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 7162 dated 
December 13, 1990 by the Army Staff Headquarters.
	Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 6216 dated 
December 15, 1990 by the seventh battalion�s command.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 102 dated December 
17, 1990.
The Armed Forces general Commander issued an order to convene the 
General Command of the Armed Forces on Saturday, December 8, 1990. 
It was relayed in a Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter 
number 1262 dated December 12, 1990 by the Armed Forces General 
Command�s Secretariat. The order was to discuss the following:
1.	To proceed with the serious work to complete the second 
defensive line.
2.	To concentrate on building fortified locations inside the 
first (previous) defensive line and that continue to fight at 
all fronts even if a penetration of the defensive line 
occurs. They stay isolated by barriers and staffed with a 
number of kamikaze.
3.	To build a real protection to prepare the artillery and pile 
its ammunition as soon as possible.
4.	To conduct a report about the individuals and the test 
results that describe the defensive line  so the soldier 
would learn that a unnecessary movement at the locations 
leads to real irreversible losses.
5.	The defensive lines must be fortified by the shore to 
reinforce the resistance of the personnel. In case of a 
landing, they are trained to infiltrate the city to fight the 
enemy in city fighting and all weapons.
6.	To remove, reduce, or turn off night lights that surround 
ammunition depots of the naval forces or any important target 
in the Armed Forces. Also to remove or hide any signal that 
may be used by the enemy�s pilots to get close or attack the 
target.
7.	The Commander of the Republican Guards and Corps commanders 
are to study setting regulations and suggestions to honor 
individuals who destroy enemy ground, air, and equipment and 
catch prisoners.
	War standards with Iran can be considered for this 
purpose...by increasing them for the American and British 
enemies and Western countries in general and decreasing for 
others.
	We hope to take the necessary measure.	[Signature]
							Colonel Adnan Kazem Mansoor
							Commander of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							December 1990
Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Secret and Confidential
							Headquarters of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							Management and Logistics
							Management
							Number: 	2 / 20
							Date:		Jamada Al-Thany, 
1411
									December 21, 1990

				To:	The Second Battalion
				Subj.	Recommendations for a plan

Ref.	Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 6472 dated 
11/24/1990 by the Army Staff Headquarters.
	Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 237 dated 
11/26/1990 by the management department.
	Top Secret, Confidential, and Urgent letter number 3190 dated 
12/3/1990 by the seventh battalion�s command.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 26 dated 12/14/1990 
by the 45th Division�s Command.
During the meeting that was held at the Armed Forces General 
Command on 11/18/1990, the President (God bless him) issued the 
following:
1.	From now on, no personnel member who is transferred to 
another valid locations may leave the training facilities 
before the beginning of the training or the end of basic 
training.
2.	If there is a need for [illegible] get [illegible].
3.	The divisions are given their shares of soldiers to directly 
supervise their training to reduce the load on our training 
centers.
4.	When counting the food shortage, troops and units should take 
into account the return on 12/15/1990 of  farmers who were 
previously let go.
5.	The owned properties in only taken into account. The staff�s 
use is canceled for any reason inside the Armed Forces.
Please take the necessary measure.



						[Signature]
						Colonel Adnan Kazem Mansoor
						Commander of the 842nd Infantry 
Brigade
						12/1990

Secret and Confidential

								Document Evaluation (a, 
b, c)

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
							Headquarters of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							Management and Logistics
							Administration
							Number:	6/1/1146
							Date:		Jamada Al-Thany, 
1411
									December 23, 1990
				To:	The Second Battalion
				Subj.	Decree 324 of 1990
Ref.	Letter number 37214 dated 12/24/1990 by the Directorate of 
the Legal Department.
	Letter number 1461 dated 12/7/1990 by the Command of the 45th 
Division / L. D.
Please include all your units� officers under decree number 324 
dated 8/15/1990 by the Council of the Revolutionary Command and 
stop the legal procedures that are taken against them fr crimes 
that were committed before the expiration date of the above decree 
on 8/15/1990 and its exceptions. Please review and work 
accordingly.

						[Signature]
						Major Abdul Khaleq Ali Hameed
						For / Commander of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
						12/1990

							Document evaluation (a, b, c)

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Top Secret and Confidential
						Headquarters of the 842nd Infantry 
Brigade
						General Staff
						(Operations)
						Number:	O/1/2/73
						Date:		Jamada Al-Thany, 1411
								January 26, 1990
					To:	The second battalion / Operations
					Subj.	Instructions
Ref.	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 7311 dated December 
28, 1990 by the Army  Staff Headquarters.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 673 dated December 
27, 1990 by the seventh corps�s command.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 112 dated December 
26, 1990 by the Command of the 45th Infantry Division.
After the Army Chief of Staff�s  visit on December 18, 1990 to the 
southern area of operations in the presence of Assistant Army 
Chief of Staff for the operations and the Chief of Military 
Intelligence to check up on the defensive measures at the sites of 
the 27th Infantry Division and to meet with some commanders that 
are working in operations to review the instructions and measures 
were carry out to set the defense for your location, the following 
decisions were made:
1-	We should insist to the commanders that our fighting 
techniques with the American enemy are different than 
Saddam�s Qadissiya glorious battle. In recent battles, 
[erased] American enemy [erased] take defense measures 
[erased]
2-	To form a follow up committee in each division�s headquarters 
that consists of officers to follow the execution of all 
instructions [erased] and to work on [erased] to continue the 
defense [erased] December 10, 1990.
3- 	To discuss views by officers during meetings [erased] 
4-	[erased] enemy infiltration [erased]
5-	[erased]
6-	To confirm [erased] by [erased] weapons [erased] 106 mm 
artillery [erased]
7-
(1-2)
Top Secret and Confidential

to all officers at main locations and to know the troops� 
locations [erased] and the roads that lead to them.
[erased]
[erased] and carefully carry out what was mentioned.

							[Signature]
							Colonel Adnan Kazem Mansoor
							Commander of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade

(-2-)
Top Secret and Confidential

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Top Secret and Confidential
							Headquarters of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							General Staff
							Operations
							Number: O/7/72
							Date:	Jamada Al-Thany, 1411
								December 26, 1990

				To:	The Second Battalion
				Subj.	Instructions
Ref.	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 6885 dated 
12/6/1990 by the Army Staff Headquarters.
	Top Secret and Confidential letter number 6061 dated December 
10, 1990 by the Seventh Corps Command.
	Letter number O/2/10/108 dated December 21, 1990 by the 
Command of the 45th Infantry Command.

10-	To form joint committees of corps to inspect the properties.

Please take the necessary measure and advise us.
							[Signature]
							Colonel Adnan Kazem Mansoor
							Commander of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade










(-2-)
Top Secret and Confidential

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Secret and Confidential
							Headquarters of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
							General Staff
							(Operations)
							Number:	O/1/16/78
							Date:		Jamada Al-Thany, 
1411
									December 27, 1990
				To:	The Command of the 45th Infantry Division 
(operations)
				Subj.	Visit report

Ref.	Your Secret and Urgent letter number 86 dated 11/27/1990.
Enclosed is a report on the visit of the third Corps� commander, 
Captain Ghazy Taher Rasheed, First lieutenant Abdul Aal Kareem 
Shoukheir, First Lieutenant Nasser Zuweir Raybit, and First 
Lieutenant Ammar Hassan Rudam to the sites of the 109th Brigade. 
Please review.
Enclosures
1.	Visit report
2.	Plan
						[Signature]
						Colonel Adnan Kazem Mansoor
						Commander of the 842nd Infantry 
Brigade
Copy to:
The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade: Your letter 
number 59 dated 12/24. Please review.

Top Secret and Confidential
				Headquarters of the Second Battalion of the 
842nd Infantry Brigade
				Number:	1443
				Date:		December 28, 1991

					To: 	All Companies
					Subj.	Instructions 
Ref.


[ERASED]

















						[Signature]
						Ghazy Taher Rasheed
						Commander of the 842nd Infantry 
Brigade

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Top Secret and Confidential
				Headquarters of the Second Battalion of the 
842nd Infantry Brigade
				Number:	36
				Date:		12/5/1990

					To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade / 
Operations
					Subj.	Response

		In reference to your Tops Secret and 
Confidential letter number 50 dated 12/3/1990, 
the measure that were mentioned in your above 
letter, were taken. Please review.



			[Signature]
			Captain Ghazy Taher Rasheed
			Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade

In the name of God, most gracious, most merciful
Top Secret and Confidential
				Headquarters of the Second Battalion of the 
842nd Infantry Brigade
				Number:	38
				Date:		12/5/1990

					To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade / 
Operations
					Subj.	Response

		In reference to your Tops Secret and 
Confidential letter number 50 dated 12/3/1990, 
the measure that were mentioned in your above 
letter, were taken. Please review.



			[Signature]
			Captain Ghazy Taher Rasheed
			Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade

			Secret and Urgent		Issuance Time		and 
Day
										12/
From:	The Second Battalion of the 842nd Infantry Brigade
To:	The 842nd Infantry Brigade
	Issuance number 740		Your Secret and Personal letter 
number 72 dated 12/26. The necessary 
measures were taken in regard to the 
points mentioned in your above 
letter.




				[Signature]
				Captain
				Commander of the Second Battalion of the 842nd 
Infantry Brigade
				12/28


Secret and Urgent
 



 

 



Document Page: First | Prev | Next | All | Image | This Release | Search