Has anyone ever done a satisfactory investigation into what happened to all the explosives taken from the al Qa Qaa munitions base? Because when I hear stuff like this:
The United States is pouring billions more dollars and fresh platoons of experts into its campaign to "defeat IEDs," the roadside bombs President Bush describes as threat No. 1 to Iraq's future.
American military even plans to build special, more defensible highways here, in its frustrating standoff with the makeshift munitions — "improvised explosive devices" — that Iraqi insurgents field by the hundreds to hobble U.S. road movements in the 3-year-old conflict.
I can't help but remember the 380 tons of explosives that are still unaccounted for.