Bloody Summer Projected for Iraq War The U.S. troop surge in Iraq has put more soldiers in outposts where they are vulnerable to attack. May has been one of the bloodiest months for U.S. troops since the start of the war, and retired Gen. Barry McCaffrey anticipates more violence during the summer.
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Bloody Summer Projected for Iraq War

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Bloody Summer Projected for Iraq War

Bloody Summer Projected for Iraq War

Bloody Summer Projected for Iraq War

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The U.S. troop surge in Iraq has put more soldiers in outposts where they are vulnerable to attack. May has been one of the bloodiest months for U.S. troops since the start of the war, and retired Gen. Barry McCaffrey anticipates more violence during the summer.

Gen. McCaffrey talks with Renee Montagne about the troop surge in Iraq.