I suspect the embedding won’t work on the video.
One aspect of the US deployment of troops to Iraq over the last year or so to support the fight against ISIS has been that the US troops have mostly been confined to the Green Zone and Baghdad International Airport as their hub of operations. And for the most part, those locations have been secure. It seems the administration’s goal is to be seen as doing something, rather than actually doing something. Of prime importance is to not incur casualties.
BIAP has been a relatively secure location. But the other day, a significant rocket attack took place at BIAP. Apparently, there were no casualties, but a full salvo of Katushya rockets isn’t a minor thing.
— Rami (@RamiAlLolah) September 21, 2015