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sandyRoe | 09:03 Sat 27th Sep 2014 | News
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When it comes time for boots on the ground will UK troops be stationed in Basra again or is that a relatively quiet area now?


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Anxious to rid itself of the lawlessness that still plagues Iraq’s southern capital, Basra’s governor has hired a private military company run by a British general who helped capture the city from Saddam Hussein.
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Why is the expression "boots on the ground" so widely trendy today. I don't think it could really be called a euphemism; however what's wrong with saying something akin to "sending in the troops"? This is not a criticism of your question, sandy; it's just that your use of it gave me the opportunity to ask.
I think 'boots on the ground' is nice clear expression and unambiguous.

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