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For Immediate Release
May 4, 2004

Iraqis and U.S. Troops Work Together in Towns of Ramadi and Hit
Iraq Fact of the Day

Working together, Iraqis and U.S. troops are making a real difference in the lives of families in Ramadi and Hit, two towns in the so-called Baathist Triangle. Marines delivered 10 newly painted police cars to the police chief in Hit, and other Marines helped Iraqis in Ramadi break ground for a new medical clinic. A school in Ramadi received a truckload of supplies from the Marines, including air conditioners, ceiling fans, refrigerators and school desks. These are just a few examples of the ways U.S. troops and Iraqis are working together to improve life in Iraq.

Source: U.S. Marines Corps

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