Conclusions and Comments On our end, the United States had a leader of great vision in General Petraeus, whose belief was that we adopt a different mentality than the military normally uses. We have learned from Iraq that we need to understand culture, language, history, and customs and then implement a program of exit when dealing with future situations in any country in the world. As I prepared to leave Camp Taji in March 2005, a group of translators spoke this parting message: "Come back, Frank. You are our teacher, our doctor, our psychologist, and our friend." I intentionally met with these and other young educated Iraqis who are the future of the country. They are my force multipliers and my "habibis." I had one last question: "Do you think I am Iraqi or American?" "You are Iraqi," they said, "but in a new edition!" To all the people I have met and have yet to meet: I am going to accept you for who you are regardless of age, rank, or religion, because I am a global ambassador. And here is the challenge-each reader can be a better global ambassador than me!