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“Dr. Brandt Smith clearly displayed an understanding of the Iraq people to a depth that many Army leaders do not comprehend. His unique ability to live and work among them showed his versatility to adapt and integrate into even the most hardened and complex cultures. I truly believe that Dr. Smith could step off of a plane in a land unknown to the civilized world, integrate fully into the people group, and clearly articulate the intricacies of their culture.” CPT J. Hilton“Dr. Smith’s unique ability to blend into the local community, and operate efficiently and effectively made him a key player in assisting both the United States Army, and the Government of Iraq in establishing a free and democratic society. Rarely, in my 30 year military career have I seen a more dedicated and committed worker, whose commitment to excellence while serving as a member of the Human Terrain Team in Southern Iraq...His tireless efforts brought laudatory praise from the 4th BCT 1st Armored Division Commander Colonel Newell in helping the unit to assess conditions in his battle space.” LTC Paley“It was a true pleasure to assist Dr. Smith in his research. He was very understanding and recorded exactly what the interviewee was saying without putting a spin on it. Dr. Smith was truly interested in the views of the Iraqi people. What a pleasure it is to work with a person that truly cares.” Analyst AlkassAs a field researcher, I wanted to know what average Iraqis thought about their situation, their government and the transition from being under Saddams leadership to that of a democracy. The findings were surprising.I can honestly report, based on observation and interaction--Iraq will slip back into chaos and violence. The average Iraqi does not trust their leadership which paves the way for insurgency and future instability.