Felicia Schwartz

Wall Street Journal

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National security reporter for the Wall Street Journal

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In the wake of the ISIS attacks on Paris, Defense Secretary Ash Carter today announced a new specialized expeditionary force for Iraq and possibly for Syria.

Pentagon to Send Expeditionary Force to Iraq to Fight ISIS

In the wake of the ISIS attacks on Paris, Defense Secretary Ash Carter today announced a new specialized expeditionary force for Iraq and possibly for Syria.

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