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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Officer

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment


Head of Operations

3rd Armored Calvary Regiment


Web References(10 Total References)


www.worldnetdaily.com

Robert Molinari, executive officer of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Mosul, recently reported, "Al-Qaida looks to Mosul as a gateway to Iraq.


www.portlandtribune.com

"I don't think they will be returning in the near term," Lieutenant Colonel Robert Molinari, an officer with the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Mosul, said.
"Christians are only going to return when they think there are conditions" that they trust, he said.


news.yahoo.com

Robert Molinari, executive officer of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, says Mosul "looks like Baghdad about 18 months ago" at the height of violence in the Iraqi capital.
But nobody is yet declaring victory, and Molinari says the current military push "just treats the symptoms, not the problems" of ethnic politics and a wrecked economy. It's a place that it doesn't want to lose," says Molinari, from Fort Hood, Texas.


www.freerepublic.com

Registration rates in the Ninewa province were the highest in the country during the first week of the 30-day registration, which ends Aug. 15, leaving open the possibility that a more politically engaged Sunni population turning completely against terrorism, said Lieutenant Colonel Robert Molinari, head of operations for the 3rd Armored Calvary Regiment in Mosul."Our solution for Iraq will become obvious with the regional elections," Molinari said.


www.christiansofiraq.com

"I don't think they will be returning in the near term," Lieutenant Colonel Robert Molinari, an officer with the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Mosul, said.
"Christians are only going to return when they think there are conditions" that they trust, he said.


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