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Contingency Operating Sire Kalsu, also known as COS Kalsu or simply
Camp Kalsu, was a U.S. Military installation in Iskandariya, Iraq,
20 miles south of Baghdad. It was officially closed by members of
the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division on December 12,
2011 as part of the US Army's withdrawal from Iraq. FOB Kalsu was
established in May 2003 by the New York Army National Guard unit
the 105th Military Police Company based in Buffalo, NY and serving
in Iraq. It was named in honor of Buffalo Bills and Oklahoma
University All-American football player Bob Kalsu who was killed
serving in Viet Nam. The 105th and 300th MP companies were
supported by elements of the Oregon Army National Guard's 41st
Infantry Brigade Combat Team 1-162 Enhanced Infantry Battalion from
August to November 2003.
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