Military people similar to or like Ra'ad al-Hamdani

General of the Iraqi Republican Guard, and was one of Saddam Hussein's favourite officers. Wikipedia

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    Sentences forRa'ad al-Hamdani

    • Iraqi General Ra'ad Hamdani commented on the armored engagement: "We had a problem of inflexibility of usage with the armored forces. We always favored tying the infantry to tank divisions."Battle of Kuwait International Airport-Wikipedia
    • Ra'ad al-Hamdani later recounted that the recapture of al-Faw marked "the highest point of experience and expertise that the Iraqi Army reached."Iran–Iraq War-Wikipedia
    • Former Republican Guard general Ra'ad al-Hamdani claimed in an interview after the 2003 invasion that Saddam had decided in September 1994 to invade Kuwait, but that he had opposed Saddam during a meeting on 11 September 1994.Operation Vigilant Warrior-Wikipedia
    • Iraqi General Ra'ad al-Hamdani stated that, in spite of careful analysis of the 1973 Arab–Israeli War, no clear progress in the Iraqi Army was achieved by the Ba'ath Party.Iraqi chemical attacks against Iran-Wikipedia
    • Following his defection, Qusay Hussein told senior Iraqi officials, including Ra'ad al-Hamdani, that al-Samarrai had been an undercover agent for Jalal Talabani and Iran since 1982.Wafiq al-Samarrai-Wikipedia
    • The project had come to a halt and all progress was suspended after the invasion of Kuwait, according to General Ra'ad no final report was produced and no drawings of the vehicles were available.Al-Abid-Wikipedia

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