Emails between Army Officers re: Detainee Operations Inspection Report

Suggests briefing the TSG on the findings of an upcoming report DAIG Detainee Operations Inspection Report.

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Tuesday, June 15, 2004
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Sunday, April 17, 2005
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COL OTSG
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From: MAJ WRAIR-Wash DC Sent: 04 10:32 PM
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To: COL USACHPPM; COL OTSG Subject: ps Briefing
Actually, I found out that the DAIG will get with OTSG to schedule since they want all
major players (named in recommendations) toLget the full brief, That means one of the
permanent-IGs.will give it, with me there in support. This usually happens prior to :he
report's release (so in the next

of weeks).. FYI, both PM and clinical aspects of
detainee operations are addressed.

Thanks.,

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From:1 - ICOL USACHPPM

Tuesday 15, 2004 5:56 gm

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To: COL OTSG; r2 MAJ WRAIR-Wash DC

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O.K. you can probably ignore my other reply, that is assuming COL(P) takes the forwarding below as a request. Thanks.
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From: m(6)-2 F COL OTSG
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Subject: RE: TSG Detainee Ops Briefing

News to me. Sounds appropriate.

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From: "2 IMAJ WRAIR-Wash DC
Sent: Tuesday, June ID, .6004 11:57 AM MO).2
To: mm).2 COL USACHPPM; COL OTSG
Subfect:- TSG Detainee Ops Briefing

Sirs.,

As we near release of the DAIG Detainee Operations Inspection Report, I think it would be

wise to consider a briefing to TSG on the findings and recommendations that pertain to

him. I:dont know ,how to arrange this, nor am I aware of the date for the change of

command. As the only medical corps officer on the inspection team, I'm more than willing

to give the brief and answer questions.

.Whaz do you think?

Thanks,

MEDCOM - 402
DOD 003529

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