CCATFCommander, Combined Amphibious Task Force
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Davidson: CCATF was composed of reservists and active-duty soldiers with expertise in specialties, such as power plant engineering, sewage engineering, systems engineering, management, and telecommunications.
I recall some CCATF specialists in bomb removal spending virtually all their time clearing facilities looking for traps.
In southern Iraq near Safwan, however, where subordinate units of the CCATF administered refugee camps, there were some problems with typhus.
Davidson: The press sought out CCATF members for interviews because we were in the middle of the action of interest to the media.