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Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Polish Commander Heads Iraq Central South Division

DefenseLINK News saysNew Polish Commander Heads Central South Division
Polish Maj. Gen. Waldemar Skrzypczak took command of the Multinational Division Central South at Camp Echo in Diwanyiha Feb. 7.

Skrzypczak, who once served as Poland's chief of land operations for land forces, succeeded Maj. Gen. Andrzej Ekiert, who commanded the multinational division since July.

The division is responsible for the security and stabilization of a southern portion of Iraq.

In his speech, Ekiert told the assembled troops, who included both incoming and outgoing Polish soldiers, that a great deal of work has been achieved in every aspect of line of operations since the third rotation of soldiers to Iraq.

He wished Polish soldiers finishing their rotation a happy return home in his speech. And he wished those arriving for the fourth rotation peaceful service and soldier's luck while performing their tasks.

Incoming commander Skrzypczak told the group that the most important tasks of the division are to help and support the Iraqi government and people in their aspirations to ensure security, stabilization and rebuilding a free and democratic Iraq.

The Ukrainians and Poles control areas in which the division operates.

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