Macgregor feels the failure to comprehensively defeat the Iraqi Republican Guard in Operation Desert Storm was the result of timid, non-visionary strategic leadership in that conflict.
What does IRG stand for?
IRG stands for Iraqi Republican Guard
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We have 152 other meanings of IRG in our Acronym Attic
- Interactive Research Group
- Interagency Review Group on Nuclear Waste Management
- Interdepartmental Regional Group
- Interest Rate Guarantee
- Internal Research Grant (higher education)
- International Research Grant
- International Research Group (various organizations)
- International Resources Group
- International Rice Genebank
- Internationale des Résistants À La Guerre (French: War Resisters International)
- Interferon-Regulated Gene 1
- Indian River Guides Association (est. 2000; Palm Bay, FL)
- Infra-Red Gas Analyzer
- Instituto Rio Grandense do Arroz (Brazil)
- International Recreation Go-Kart Association
- International Reprographic Association
- Iron-Regulated Gene A
- Internally Rotated Gay-Berne Potential (molecular physics)
- Inter-Realm Gaming Consortium (Hyperchat)
- International Research Group on Charophytes (est. 1989)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Army, retired) regain the use of his hands after they were severely injured in a battle with the Iraqi Republican Guard during Operation Desert Storm.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- In a challenging interview, Former Iraqi Republican Guard Crops commander General Ra'ad Hamdani analyzed Iraqi's army's operations as well as Iran's operations during the imposed war while evaluating their strong and weak points.
The camp in Baghdad was an Iraqi Republican Guard training base (like boot camp).
SUNDAY, MARCH 30 Royal Marines engage in "hardest battle yet" against Iraqi Republican Guards dug in at Basra.
forces launched a major ground offensive on Iraqi Republican Guard units in Karbala, a key southern city on the way to Baghdad, after Iraqi President Saddam Hussein urged Iraqis to fight a holy war against the U.
soldier taken prisoner, and that a sizable number of Iraqi Republican Guard units sustained heavy damage.
Lieut Gen Moseley said the notion that allied air power had been used to soften up the Iraqi Republican Guard ground troops, the backbone of Saddam Hussein's army, fell short of reality.