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SOP newswire3Afghanistan's Ops Need NATO Support - Options exist to help NATO members better meet their obligations within the alliance, the former NATO commander who left the post less than two weeks ago said here yesterday.
SOP newswire3Afghan Operations Show Early Gains - The commander of a U.S. Marine brigade in southern Afghanistan is cautiously optimistic at progress made in the first week of an offensive there, but says more Afghan forces are needed.
Robert Paul ReyesGay Sailor Gunned Down On Sentry Duty - A sailor found dead at California's Camp Pendleton was shot while standing sentry, and a fire was set in an attempt to cover up evidence.
SOP newswire3Mike Mullen's 4th Of July Message - In his annual Independence Day message to members of the U.S. armed forces worldwide, Mike Mullen evokes a speech Abraham Lincoln delivered in Chicago in 1858.
SOP newswire3US Marine's Operation Khanjar In Afghanistan A Huge Undertaking - U.S. Marines and Afghan security forces are continuing Operation Khanjar in Afghanistan`s Helmand province, NATO officials said today.
Nancy Lee Wolfe (HR Development/Content Manager)Would you say, "Mayday!`? - What would you say if you learned this Navy musician had been engaged in a relationship with his first wife for, say, 15 years?
SOP newswire2America Chooses Michael Jackson Over The Troops - I'm sitting at the desk in my hotel room after just completing our 8 hour Troopathon at the Reagan Library.
SOP newswire3Pentagon: Iraqi Troops Ready For Added Responsiblity - The withdrawal of U.S. combat troops from all Iraqi cities and towns was completed over the weekend and ahead of tomorrow`s deadline, a Pentagon spokesman said on a cable TV news show today.
SOP newswire3As Ground Troops Prepare To Leave Iraq, Airpower Will Protect Security Gains - As U.S. forces in Iraq prepare to pull back from most major cities by June 30, U.S. air support will continue to protect security gains.
SOP newswire3Gates, Mullen Discuss Civilian Deaths In Afghanistan - The United States and NATO must do everything possible to prevent civilian casualties in Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said here today.
SOP newswire3Iraq Withdrawal Plans On Track - Everything is on track for the withdrawal of American troops from the cities of Iraq, Iraqi and coalition officials said this week.
SOP newswire3NATO Announces Reduction Of Troops In Kosovo - NATO Defence Ministers agreed today in Brussels to begin a gradual adjustment KFOR`s force presence.
SOP newswire3Robert Gates: NATO Troops Must Reduce Civilian Casualties - Minimizing civilian casualties has to be one of the highest priorities for NATO troops in Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said here today.
SOP newswire3US Military Ready To Handle Cyber Threats - Cyber operations are another theater of operations for the U.S. military, and the Defense Department must apply the same analytical rigor and resources to it as it would to any other theater
SOP newswire3Robert Gates Expresses Confidence In US Missile Defense - Amid speculation that North Korea could be preparing for another missile test, Robert M. Gates told Congress today he`s confident the US has the missile defenses in place to defend itself.
SOP newswire2US Special Forces and Intelligence Agencies Not So Intelligent - Adm. Eric T. Olson, head of the U.S. Special Operations Command, says he needs the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines to provide more logistics, intelligence, communications and air transportation support for his troops overseas.
SOP newswire3Global Trends Indicate Years Of Conflict - Global trends and conditions portend the likelihood that persistent conflict " will occur around the world for some years to come, the Army`s top military officer said.
SOP newswire3Joe Biden Thanks The Air Force Academy Graduates - Biden thanked the 1,046 newest graduates of the U.S. Air Force Academy not only for their dedication and achievement, but for their future service in guaranteeing America`s security
SOP newswire3Mike Mullen Wants Guantanamo Shut Down - The detainee facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, should be closed, the Pentagon`s senior military officer said here today.
SOP newswire3On Memorial Day Weekend Mullen Offers Support To Families Of Fallen Warriors - There`s no responsibility in the military community more important than caring for families who have lost loved ones to war, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said.
SOP newswire3Obama Praises American Troops - U.S. servicemembers are the key to America`s success in the world, President Barack Obama said at the U.S. Naval Academy graduation in Annapolis, Md.
SOP newswire3Robert Gates Speaks To West Point Graduates - Before 970 cadets took the commissioning oath or "covers" tossed high overhead, graduating West Point cadets heard some praise and sage advice from their future boss: Robert Gates
SOP newswire3FBI Foils Terrorist Plot Against Air Guard Base And Jewish Community Center - Authorities foiled a terrorist plot against an Air National Guard base and a synagogue and Jewish community center in New York.
SOP newswire3Joe Biden Speaks To Troops In Kosovo - The example the U.S. military sets can inspire people around the world, Vice President Joe Biden told servicemembers at Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo, today.
SOP newswire3Mike Mullen: Revitalizing US Forces My Priority - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff identified increasing Middle East security, revitalizing U.S. forces and focusing on global challenges as his top priorities.
SOP newswire3Gates: Afghan Army Could Take Lead In Two Years - The Afghan national army could lead operations in Afghanistan in two to four years, with the U.S. playing a support role, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said.
Philip LawrenceU.S. Marine Corps to Open Military School in DeKalb Country - The U.S. Marine Corps has been making plans to open a school in DeKalb County, Georgia for disadvantaged but talented students.
SOP newswire3Hug A Soldier: It's Military Appreciation Month - May is military appreciation month, show a soldier how much you appreciate him/her.
SOP newswire3Military Identifies Soldier Charged With Killing Comrades At Camp Liberty - Military officials in Baghdad today identified a soldier who has been charged with shooting and killing five of his comrades yesterday at a combat stress center at Camp Liberty, Iraq
SOP newswire3Obama Names Adm. Stavridis To Serve As NATO's Supreme Commander For Europe - President Barack Obama today nominated Navy Adm. James Stavridis to serve as NATO`s supreme allied commander for Europe and as commander U.S. European Command
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