Sheikhs assure partnership, continued support to USD-C leaders

By Sgt. 1st Class Kris Scott, USD-C PAOJanuary 5, 2010

BAGHDAD-Tribal sheikhs from throughout the greater Baghdad area arrive at United States Division-Center headquarters, here, on Camp Liberty, Jan. 5, as part of a recognition luncheon hosted by Maj. Gen. Daniel Bolger, commander USD-C and the 1st Cavalry Division.  The sheikhs reassured their support, and the support of the Sons of Iraq, to U.S. forces in the fight against terrorism and criminal elements.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGHDAD-Tribal sheikhs from throughout the greater Baghdad area arrive at United States Division-Center headquarters, here, on Camp Liberty, Jan. 5, as part of a recognition luncheon hosted by Maj. Gen. Daniel Bolger, commander USD-C and the 1st Cavalry Division. The sheikhs reassured their support, and the support of the Sons of Iraq, to U.S. forces in the fight against terrorism and criminal elements. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Kris Scott, USD-C PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL
BAGHDAD-Maj. Gen. Daniel Bolger (left), commander of United States Division-Center and the 1st Cavalry Division, meets with prominent area tribal sheikhs from throughout the greater Baghdad area during a recognition luncheon, Jan. 5.  With the 1st Cav. Div. handing control of USD-C over to the 1st Armored Div., the meeting provided the Iraqi leaders a chance to reaffirm their commitment to U.S. forces and the security and stability of Iraq.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGHDAD-Maj. Gen. Daniel Bolger (left), commander of United States Division-Center and the 1st Cavalry Division, meets with prominent area tribal sheikhs from throughout the greater Baghdad area during a recognition luncheon, Jan. 5. With the 1st Cav. Div. handing control of USD-C over to the 1st Armored Div., the meeting provided the Iraqi leaders a chance to reaffirm their commitment to U.S. forces and the security and stability of Iraq. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Kris Scott, USD-C PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL
BAGHDAD-Maj. Gen. Daniel Bolger (left), commander of United States Division-Center and the 1st Cavalry Division, speaks with key area sheikhs from around Baghdad, here, Jan. 5.  The recognition luncheon, held at USD-C headquarters on Camp Liberty, served as a chance for the tribal leaders to highlight their partnership with U.S. forces and to pledge their continued support to the safety and security of Iraq.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGHDAD-Maj. Gen. Daniel Bolger (left), commander of United States Division-Center and the 1st Cavalry Division, speaks with key area sheikhs from around Baghdad, here, Jan. 5. The recognition luncheon, held at USD-C headquarters on Camp Liberty, served as a chance for the tribal leaders to highlight their partnership with U.S. forces and to pledge their continued support to the safety and security of Iraq. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Kris Scott, USD-C PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL
BAGHDAD-Maj. Gen. Terry Wolff (left), commander of the 1st Armored Division and Maj. Gen. Daniel Bolger (center), commander of United States Division-Center and the 1st Cavalry Div., meet with prominent tribal sheikhs from the Baghdad area, Jan. 5. The Iraqi leaders praised the brotherhood and friendship they have cultured with U.S. forces and looked forward to partnering with Wolff for the safety and security of the country.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGHDAD-Maj. Gen. Terry Wolff (left), commander of the 1st Armored Division and Maj. Gen. Daniel Bolger (center), commander of United States Division-Center and the 1st Cavalry Div., meet with prominent tribal sheikhs from the Baghdad area, Jan. 5. The Iraqi leaders praised the brotherhood and friendship they have cultured with U.S. forces and looked forward to partnering with Wolff for the safety and security of the country. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class Kris Scott, USD-C PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL