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Mattis: Naval War College Grads Will Tackle Today's Security Challenges

Defense Secretary James N. Mattis today told this years U.S. Naval War College graduates he is confident theyll carry forward the legacy of the schools founding officers as they take their intellectual firepower forward to tackle the security challenges of our time.

SOP newswire2Ghanaian pleads guilty to conspiracy and alien smuggling - WASHINGTON - A Ghanaian man pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy and alien smuggling in connection with his role in smuggling East Africans to the United States, Assistant Attorney General Alice S. Fisher of the Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney
SOP newswire2MND-B Soldiers kill five criminals (Eastern Baghdad) - BAGHDAD – Multi-National Division - Baghdad Soldiers killed five criminals in eastern Baghdad April 21.
SOP newswire2U.S. Forces Detain 19 in Mosul, Bayji - BAGHDAD – U.S. forces detained 19 suspected terrorists during operations targeting associates of al-Qaeda in Iraq leaders in the northern part of the country Saturday and Sunday.
SOP newswire222 suspected terrorists detained by U.S. Forces - BAGHDAD " U.S.Fforces targeted associates of al-Qaeda in Iraq leaders during operations in northern Iraq Saturday and detained 22 suspected terrorists.
SOP newswireBronze Star with Valor presented to Two Silver Lions - In helping protect their fellow Soldiers, the Silver Lions were able to kill 12 criminals and destroy a cache in a secondary explosion that night.
SOP newswire2Informant leads MND-C Soldiers to weapons cache (Shubayshen) - BAGHDAD – A tip from an informant led Iraqi Army soldiers and Multi-National Division – Center Soldiers to a weapons cache in Shubayshen Village, south of Baghdad, April 16.
SOP newswire2For the last 20 years the B-1 performs as never envisioned - LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. (ACCNS) -- May 2 marks 20 years since the last B-1B Lancer was delivered to the Air Force, and today commanders
SOP newswire2AFCYBER works to define scope of new 450th Electronic Warfare Wing - SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- Ray guns and light sabers may be weapons of science fiction, but using energy as a warfighting tool is
SOP newswireSaying 'Thank You' to the Troops-- one stitch at a time - Deborah Starobin-Armstrong has organized hundreds of volunteers to produce handmade afghans in gratitude to American service men and women.
SOP newswire2Criminal rocket attack kills 1 civilian, wounds 10 (Baghdad) - BAGHDAD – Criminals in Sadr City launched two rockets attempting to target a Coalition forces facility April 16.
SOP newswire2Presidential Rank Awards presented to senior AF civilians - Air Force officials recognized the career achievements of 20 senior civilians April 14 during the annual Presidential Rank Awards Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.
SOP newswireBaghdad blast kills 5, wounds 9 - Today's blast was caused by a roadside bomb aimed at a police patrol.
SOP newswire24 killed, 6 wounded in vehicle-borne IED attack near east Baghad market - BAGHDAD – Initial reports indicate four Iraqi civilians were killed and six others wounded when a vehicle borne improvised-explosive device detonated in an intersection near the Shrgy market
SOP newswirePolice in Iraq dismissed for dereliction of duties - Iraqi officials acknowledge that hundreds of security personnel refused to fight in the offensive.
SOP newswire2Fewer Troops in Iraq in 2009 - Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said today he is confident there will be fewer U.S. troops in Iraq in 2009, but added that the drawdown process has gone somewhat more
SOP newswire2(Baghdad) MND-B Soldier attacked by IED - BAGHDAD – A Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldier was killed by an improvised-explosive device in an attack at approximately 10:30 a.m. April 12 in northwest Baghdad.
SOP newswire2Northrop Grumman Receives $453.3 Million Contract for Maintenance Work On USS Enterprise (CVN 65) - Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) has been awarded a contract valued at $453.3 million for maintenance work on USS Enterprise (CVN 65). The ship arrived
SOP newswire296th Comm Group and Cyber Attacks - Imagine a world where terrorism isn't waged only with hijacked planes, suicide bombing or improvised explosive
SOP newswireUSS Typhoon encounters 3 Iranian speed boats - Iranian arabic television Al-Alam reports the Iranian navy denies the incident.
SOP newswire2Reduced Iraq Violence Enables Exit of Surge Forces - Sharply decreased violence in Iraq has set the stage for the departure of the remaining surge forces by the end of July, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee here today.
SOP newswire2USAF Officials urge caution on social networking Web sites - MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. -- Your location on a friend network, a photo on Facebook, a prayer for a deployed family member on a military-based
SOP newswireTours in Iraq will return to pre-surge levels - The shorter deployments will apply to troops sent to Iraq beginning in August, but not to troops already there.
SOP newswireGraves of Muslim soldiers desecrated - The desecration came less than a year after youths painted Nazi inscriptions and swastikas on Muslim tombs in the same cemetery.
SOP newswireClamps on release of Info announced by Civil Air Patrol - CAPR 190-1 requires a trained and certified MIO to handle media relations for every mission and training exercise.
SOP newswireMND-B Soldiers attacked by IED (Baghdad) - BAGHDAD – Two Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers were killed when an improvised explosive device struck their vehicle during a patrol northwest of Baghdad March 22.
SOP newswire266 Detainees Released from Coalition Custody as Part of Lion's Dawn - Release ceremonies are held once a month as a continuation of ongoing efforts by the Government of Iraq and Coalition Forces working together to foster goodwill and reconciliation.
SOP newswireOperation Marne Rugged Pressures Extremists - On the heels of two operations south of Baghdad, coalition forces of Multinational Division Center are pushing further south to squeeze extremists during
SOP newswireSons of Iraq member turns in weapons cache (Arab Jabour) - FORWARD OPERATING BASE KALSU, Iraq – A member of the Sons of Iraq in Arab Jabour turned over a weapons cache to Coalition forces in the area
SOP newswireArmy shows off Apache at Kunsan - Chief Warrant Officer 3rd Class Pat Nager, a standardization instructor pilot with
SOP newswireIraqi bombings not beginning of trend, says U.S. Military - Spokesman Rear Admiral Gregory Smith said Sunday in Baghdad that recent attacks should be compared with the situation a year ago.
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