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Dr. Daniel R. Green is a Fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, USA. He served in Fallujah, Iraq with the U.S. Navy from April to October 2007 as a Tribal and Leadership Engagement Officer and is a Lieutenant Commander in the U.S. Naval Reserves. Brigadier General William F. Mullen III, USMC is a twenty-seven year Marine Infantry Officer whose experience with Fallujah began when he served there as the Operations Officer for a Marine Regimental Combat Team from 2005 to 2006, then as an Infantry Battalion commander in charge of the city for most of 2007.
"Daniel Green and William Mullin's Fallujah Redux is a valuable installment in an emerging genre: the Iraq Surge memoir. Unlike the best previous studies of the Surge, which have centered on military planning and political processes within Multi-National Force, Iraq (MNF-I), this book recounts the experiences of two counterinsurgency practitioners at the tactical level of pacification. Fallujah Redux is an excellent starting place for both students and experts to learn about the Marine Corps' role in the 2007-8 pacification of Iraq, an uncommon example in post-1945 military history of America's ability to 'do counterinsurgency." Michigan War Studies Review