The fury and rage of US seems to be at its peak, as it sends more than 300 troops to Iraq. This wise and yet critical move by the American government, is purposely meant to enhance the security strategies of the US Embassy and all the vast territories of Baghdad. Most importantly, the troop deployment of the United States is in relation to the utmost protection of its properties and her freedom loving citizens. Therefore, the exact number of their aggressive war troops in Iraq is now 750, according to Pentagon officials.

The longstanding war inferno in Iraq has prompted the US to send in more troops.

The longstanding war inferno in Iraq has prompted the US to send in more troops.

Meanwhile, the US State Department said that it will soon move an undisclosed number of their dynamic embassy personnel to their US consulates from Baghdad. Specifically, it would be in the northern city of Irbil and in the southern city of Basra. According to the spokeswoman of the US government by the name of Jen Psaki, the Baghdad US Embassy will be enormously powered up to the fullest to carry out its noble endeavors. Also, President Obama has already issued some directives pertaining to the reinforcement and security of their embassy; as well as their sophisticated facilities alongside with the Baghdad International Airport respectively. Below, is the official statement of Pentagon.

The presence of these additional forces will help enable the embassy to continue its critical diplomatic mission and work with Iraq on challenges they are facing as they confront Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.

In addition to the troop deployment of the United States to Iraq, they likewise have several helicopters detachment and a drone aircraft to see to it that their airfields and travel routes are totally secured and protected. Last but not the least, those troops who were in the Middle East since last month will be brought to Iraq for security and logistic reinforcements.

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