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New Plan: Create Iraqi 'Rangers' Force to Beat ISIS

ISIS beware, the United States is secretly conveying a new fighting force to once and for all put an end to radical Islam. 

Well maybe not secretly, but according to 2nd Lt. Gregg Bernthal, the new 'Iraqi Rangers' will be well worth U.S. tax dollars and are "trained go-getters who will be extremely important in the fight."  


Many soldiers, like Bernthal, from the 101st Airborne Division are spending less time fighting and more time training Islamic soldiers, a new tactic that is supposed to defeat ISIS. 

"This program is important because it lays the foundation for an elite Iraqi unit," said Capt. Peter Jacob, commander of Company A. "Students start at day one as an individual and come away at the end of this course as part of a team."

"Because Da'esh has been dug in for so long now, the Iraqis are going to have to think on their toes. There's going to be a lot of different situations that they find themselves in. Good training is always something that the Iraqi soldiers in this course will be able to fall back on," Bernthal said.

But don't worry America, "You can already see the discipline of the soldiers," Bernthal says. "The selection process weeds out those who do not have the intestinal fortitude to stay and fight. The separation from normal, basic soldiers is the rigorous selection process they go through to become Iraqi Rangers."

Hopefully this new tactic can finally defeat the overwhelming force that is ISIS.  

Until then, keep spending the trillions America.

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