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112 By November both the CFLCC and the I MEF staffs 32 Basrah, Baghdad and Beyond Photo courtesy of Field History Branch Marine Lieutenant Colonels Robert L. Sartor, current files officer, and Brian D. Kerl, assistant current files officer, both with the operations section, I Marine Expeditionary Force, exchange information during Exercise Internal Look 03. The bi-annual exercise was designed to evaluate the command and control capabilities of Central Command headquarters and its component commands.
Intvw, 8Jun04 (MCHC, Quantico, VA); Col Nicholas E. Reynolds, “OIF Field History Journal,” 2003, entry for 1Jul04, reporting the comments of Col Ronald J. Johnson, Headquarters Marine Corps (PPO) current operations officer and Task Force Tarawa operations officer. 98 By late July, the Army had accepted the proposition that I MEF would control the initial phase of the war, roughly the first 75 days, and that the 3d Infantry Division would be under I MEF control at least for that period. There was further discussion of a lengthy (3045 days) pause in the middle of the campaign to build up supplies for the final assault, a proposition that had not become any more attractive to the Marines.
But that was not to be the extent of special operations; there would be special operations force elements at work throughout the country, adding their capabilities to the force mix in all areas of operation. Marine expeditionary force planners took the initiative to coordinate with special operations forces, for example, by traveling to Fort Campbell, Kentucky, for an unexpectedly cordial and productive session. 102 In October, I MEF held a general officer symposium to develop “a common understanding of the .