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Intense attack on Ad Diwaniyah is met with Air strike
By Multi-National Division - Central South PAO
Jul 2, 2007 - 6:28:51 PM
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Blackanthem Military News, BAGHDAD, Iraq – Insurgents targeted Camp Echo and the surrounding area with as many as 75 mortars and rockets in the early hours of July 2.  Coalition Forces responded to the threat with an F-16 air strike on identified points of origin of the attack.

At around 2.00 a.m. Camp Echo and near-by residents of Diwaniyah City suffered a barrage of indiscriminate mortar fire and rocket attacks from insurgents operating in the Al Jumuri district.  About 25 mortars and rockets struck within the perimeter of Camp Echo, injuring 3 Coalition Soldiers.  The remaining 50 rounds impacted outside of the base in the surrounding neighborhood.
   
Coalition Forces identified a number of launch points for this attack and directed two F16 aircraft to respond.  The aircraft targeted and bombed the insurgent launch sites.
   
The bulk of the attacks were conducted from Salim Street, where insurgents persistently use urban areas from which to attack, in order to use civilians as human shields.  Coalition Forces are reviewing the incident to ensure that appropriate and proportionate force was used in responding to the intense attack.

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