By Adam Allington, KWMU
Ramadi, Iraq – In most wars, cities are destroyed, property is damaged, and innocent civilians are often caught in the crossfire.
The Iraq War is no exception. The U.S. military calls this "collateral damage".
U.S. Army Civil Affairs is charged with reconciling these cases of accidental damage and death by establishing Civil-Military Operations Centers, called C-MOCs.
KWMU's Adam Allington is traveling in Iraq and visited a C-MOC in Al Anbar Province.
Click here to link to Adam's other stories from Iraq, as well as additional photos and a blog.