Progress in Fallujah

…is slow but steady in terms of us rebuilding that snake pit.

Clean water should flow to 80 percent of Fallujah’s homes this fall, and by summer’s end a planned wireless network will provide phone service and Internet access to thousands, a technological leap unimaginable just months ago.
But mounds of rubble litter the city, electricity is available only four hours a day, and an estimated 50,000 people still have not returned 18 months after Fallujah was destroyed in an American assault to wrest control from insurgents.
…Officials are eagerly looking forward to the completion of a multimillion-dollar water treatment project they say will deliver clean water to 80 percent of Fallujah’s homes.

I’ll lay money the a$$holes try to blow it up.

2 Responses to “Progress in Fallujah”

  1. You can read the entire story here,
    Spc. Patrick Ziegler
    U.S. Central Command Public Affairs

  2. A warm Swill Welcome, Spc. Ziegler! Thanks loads for hooking us up.

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