How many Marines were killed in Nasiriyah?

How many Marines were killed in Nasiriyah?

Battle of Nasiriyah
Casualties and losses
359–431 killed 300+ captured 1,000+ wounded 32 killed 60 wounded 6 captured 15+ vehicles destroyed 8 AAVs destroyed

What happened to the 507th Maintenance Company?

On 16 July 2005, the 507th Maintenance Company was redesignated as Battery E, 5th Battalion, 52d Air Defense Artillery Regiment. In January 2007, the unit’s designation was changed to Battery F.

What province is Nasiriyah in?

Dhi Qar Governorate
It is situated along the banks of the Euphrates River, about 360 km (225 miles) southeast of Baghdad, near the ruins of the ancient city of Ur. It is the capital of the Dhi Qar Governorate. Its population in 2003 was about 560,000, making it the fourth largest city in Iraq….Nasiriyah.

Nasiriyah ٱلنَّاصِرِيَّة
• Total 558,400

Where is Ambush Alley?

About Ambush Alley What started off as a routine maneuver to secure two key bridges in the town of Nasiriyah in southern Iraq degenerated into a nightmarish twenty-four-hour urban clash in which eighteen young Marines lost their lives and more than thirty-five others were wounded.

What unit was Jessica Lynch in?

507th Maintenance Company
Jessica Dawn Lynch (born April 26, 1983) is an American teacher, actress, and former United States Army soldier who served in the 2003 invasion of Iraq by U.S. and allied forces….

Jessica Lynch
Rank Private First Class (PFC)
Unit 507th Maintenance Company
Battles/wars Iraq War 2003 invasion of Iraq ( POW )

What are the official languages of Iraq?

Modern Standard Arabic
Iraq/Official languages
While Arabic is the official language, there are some minority groups including a large Kurdish- speaking population in the North. The official state religion of Iraq is Islam. 97% of the population is Muslim.

What’s the meaning of Nasiriyah?

näsĭ-rēə A city of southeast Iraq west-northwest of Basra. A strategic crossing on the Euphrates River, it was the site (March 2003) of one of the first major battles of the Iraq War.