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Central Command, and in 2005-2006 he served as Deputy Chief of Staff, Strategy Plans and Assessment for the Multi-National Force-Iraq Commander in Baghdad.
Odierno served as commander, Multi-National Force-Iraq from September 2008 to December 2009.
In an exclusive interview to ABC News, General Petraeus, who was appointed commander of the Multi-National Force-Iraq in 2006, explained his decision to speak out against a Florida preacher's plan to burn Korans.
CAPT Dan Pionk, is assigned to the Multi-National Force-Iraq CJ4 Logistics Directorate.
The Camp Ashrafresidents had signed an agreement with the Multi-National Force-Iraq in 2004,whereby they were granted "Protected Persons" status under Geneva Convention.
Multi-National Force-Iraq Press Release, "The Insurgency," 30 April 2009.
Meanwhile the 40th ESB, along with the attached 69th Signal Company (Cable and Wire), deployed as theater assets under the operational control of the 160th Signal Brigade and the tactical control of Multi-National Force-Iraq to operate and maintain the strategic communications network.
The combined air operations center (CAOC) must allow decentralized execution of ISR assets--particularly full-motion-video platforms--by delegating tactical control of platforms apportioned to Multi-National Force-Iraq (MNF-I) during execution.