Saddam Sets Rewards Against Enemy
Mar. 21, 2003
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) _ Saddam Hussein has decreed that any Iraqi who kills an enemy soldier will get a reward equivalent to $14,000.
And $28,000 will go to anyone who captures an enemy soldier alive, the decree said, according to the official Iraqi News Agency.
Shooting down an enemy fighter plane is worth $55,500, a helicopter, $28,000, and a missile, $5,500.
An Iraqi who shoots down an enemy fighter jet or helicopter and kills the pilot will get $14,000, and twice as much if he captures the pilot alive.