Transcript: Martha Raddatz Interviews Gen. Ray Odierno

ODIERNO: The bottom line is we'll leave behind things like construction materials, we'll leave behind some infrastructure pieces, we want to … the places, the infrastructure we have used for our army and some of our air forces here, we'll turn those over to the government of Iraq. In terms of military equipment, I expect we'll be taking almost all of our military equipment back with us over time. There might some minor things we leave behind, but we'll have to work through that. So, I would say there is millions of dollars worth of infrastructure that will be able to help them for their military get on their feet, but in terms of equipment, I think we'll take most of the equipment with us.

RADDATZ: Can you believe we are going to get out of here some day?

ODIERNO: (Laughing) I'm hoping.

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