Photo Iraqi security forces patrolled in Ramadi, the capital of Anbar Province, on Tuesday. Credit Ahmad Al-Rubaye/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images WASHINGTON — The Obama administration, anxious to showcase a success in the fight against the Islamic State, sent out a flurry of statements and news releases on Monday hailing the Iraqi military’s take-back of Ramadi from the militant Sunni extremist group. But the accompanying military campaign must now move quickly to capitalize on the success, Defense Department officials said, so the American-led coalition that is fighting the Islamic State does not lose crucial momentum. That means the Iraqi military must finish clearing pockets of Islamic State resistance out of Ramadi, the capital of Anbar Province, turn it over to a holding force of Sunni tribal fighters and move swiftly to the next stages in the war. Those include pushing Islamic State militants out of the Euphrates River valley […]