The Name Change in Iraq

The consolidation of U.S. forces has already resulted in one tangible result. The controversial policy in MND- North that raised the possibility of disciplinary action against pregnant soldiers as well as the soldiers that made them pregnant will go away once U.S. Forces-Iraq comes on line.

That's because the broad policy restrictions imposed by regional commanders will be replaced by a new U.S. Forces-Iraq General Order that goes into effect Jan. 1. As part of the effort to consolidate U.S. forces, a review of existing general orders led to the creation of a new document that will supersede all existing regional restrictions and which does not include the pregnancy provision instituted in MND-North.

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