SAFE CONDUCT PASS

If you cease resistance, you will be safe and returned to your families. You must follow these steps strictly: 1. Remove the magazine from your weapon. 2. Sling your weapon over your left shoulder with the muzzle down. 3. Raise your arms above your head. 4. Approach positions slowly. Hold this pass in your hand above your head.

Note: Beware of mine fields along the border. Use this pass. The Iraqi soldiers that carry this Safe Conduct Pass are using it as a sign of their sincere desire to cease resistance and withdrawl from the battlefield. They are to be disarmed, to be well treated, to receive food, water, and medical treatment if necessary.

SAFE CONDUCT PASS

Commander Combined Forces

(Said to have been dropped over Northern Iraq on February 27, 1991 by U.S. fighter planes from Incirlik Air Base, Turkey.)