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Unknown gunmen waged an attack on an Iraqi National Guards base in al-Samah area near Khanaqin district, 155 km northeast of Ba'aquba, killing Captain Farouq al-Mandilawi and wounding five more soldiers," the source told Aswat al-Iraq- Voices of Iraq- (VOI).
CPT Vanlandingham's mission was to train Iraqi National Guard troops to defend their country.
service members, Department of Defense contractors, members of coalition forces, and Iraqi army and Iraqi national guard soldiers who lose their lives while supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.
A third car bomb went off alongside an Iraqi National Guard convoy in the northern Baghdad district of Shula, killing at least two people, authorities said.
Soldiers of the 122d Corps Support Group, 1st Corps Support Command, train soldiers of the 2d Motorized Transportation Regiment, Iraqi National Guard, at An Numaniyah in southern Iraq.
US-backed Iraqi National Guard and security forces have managed to secure the most lethal of Baghdad's notorious districts, Haifa Street which they have turned from a stronghold for the Sunni/Salafi insurgency into a peaceful area.
Up to 30 members of the Iraqi National Guard will arrive in Wales today to begin an intensive three-month course at the Infantry Battle School in Brecon.
News agencies also reported that 19 Iraqi National Guards were killed in a football stadium in Hadith, north-west of Baghdad, after they were taken hostage.