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SOP newswire2Happy Birthday, U.S. Marine Corps - Originally founded on Nov. 10, 1775, the Marine Corps was composed mainly of infantrymen serving aboard Navy ships.
SOP newswire2 A combined U.S.,Australian Team Evacuated an Australian Civilian in Antarctica - HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE, Hawaii (AFNS) -- A combined U.S. and Australian team successfully evacuated an Australian
SOP newswirePetraeus Passes Command to General Raymond Odierno - Odierno replaced General David Petraeus at a ceremony in Baghdad Tuesday presided over by U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
SOP newswire'Mistaken fire' kills 6 Iraqi Security Personnel - Authorities say the shooting involved Iraqi police and military personnel in the town of Tarmiyah north of Baghdad.
SOP newswireAnbar province now secured by Iraqi forces - Anbar, now one of Iraq's most peaceful regions, is the 11th of 18 Iraqi provinces the United States has returned to Iraqi control.
Denise KaminskyTalking with Bob Calvert, host of "Talking with Heroes" - We have been to Iraq three times now in the past 16 months. From our most recent third trip to Iraq, Americans
SOP newswire2AF Role in Cyberspace - "Airmen must implement their warfighting traditions in the cyberspace domain
Garrett GodwinMaule plane overturns at Georgia airport - Owned by the Civil Air Patrol out of Maxwell Air Force in Montgomery, Alabama, the Maule MT-7-235 was used to take a glider up and make a land on the grass strip.
Robert Paul ReyesMinister Blesses Boxer Shorts For Wounded Vets - Members of the St. James United Church of Christ in Michigan plan to take 150 boxer shorts to the altar Sunday for a blessing.
SOP newswire2Round-up uncovers caches, detains suspected terrorists - TIKRIT, Iraq ? Coalition and Iraqi forces discovered weapons caches and detained three suspected terrorists as part
SOP newswire2Baghdad, DoD Identifies Army Casualty - The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom
SOP newswire2Northern Iraq, Multiple IED Attacks On Local Iraqis - TIKRIT, Iraq ? An improvised explosive device attacked a convoy 23 kilometers south of Mosul killing four contractors
SOP newswire2Military Leaders Call for Executive Order Banning Torture - A call on the President for an executive order banning torture will be issued on Wednesday by a broad bipartisan coalition including former national security and
SOP newswireTroops in Iraq highlight of Talking with Heroes Internet Special - Bob Calvert, Host of the internationally-heard program, Talking with Heroes, has announced a one-hour Internet special featuring military personnel calling from Iraq this Sunday, June 15, 2008, beginning at 5pm (PST). Don't miss it!
SOP newswireAyatollah tells Prime Minister: U.S. military in Iraq is problem - The Iranian reports quote the ayatollah as saying he is certain the Iraqi people will get through these difficult times and that the American dreams for Iraq will not materialize.
SOP newswireMilitary deaths in Iraq at all-time low - U.S. military deaths in Iraq plunged in May to the lowest monthly total since the war began, while Iraqi military and civilian casualties also fell sharply.
SOP newswire2Helicopter Crashes In Baghdad - BAGHDAD – Two U.S. Soldiers were injured when their helicopter crashed south of Baghdad early Sunday morning.
SOP newswire2Army Deploys Prevention Programs to Combat Soldier Suicides - The Army is deploying a multitude of prevention programs as part of efforts to stop soldiers from taking their own lives, senior Army officials said here today.
SOP newswire2U.S. Soldiers attacked in Salah ad-Din Province - TIKRIT, Iraq – A Coalition force Soldier was killed as a result of injuries
Krzys WasilewskiWar On Terror Turns Into War With Children - Over 500 children, some as young as 10 years old, are held in Iraqi prisons by American forces, alarms a human rights organization.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Jerry Colbert, National Memorial Day Concert (2008) - The nation"s premier memorial event is broadcast live on Sunday, May 25 at 8 p.m. from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
Ann PoludenkoA shooting case was reincarnated - US army in Iraq intentionally shoot a hotel with foreign journalist in April 2003, stated Adrian Kinn this week, a non-commission officer of the USA army.
SOP newswire2Police find large munitions cache in Mosul - TIKRIT, Iraq – Iraqi Police in Mosul discovered a buried weapons cache of nearly 500 rounds of munitions while acting on intelligence, May 18.
SOP newswire2Serviceman dies during earthquake rescue work? - No serviceman was killed in the quake rescue operations, and the rumor that two paratroopers died in airdrops was completely
Chase Von (Editor/Mentor)Chase von Sharing a True Story, Two Lapel Pins... - This Happened When I Was In Kuwait...
SOP newswire2Soldiers find weapons cache (Maderiyah) - FORWARD OPERATING BASE KALSU, Iraq – Coalition forces discovered a
SOP newswire2Marine Casualties (Anbar Province) - The Department of Defense announced today the death of four Marines who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.
SOP newswire2Fallujah's first central sewage treatment facility under construction - FALLUJAH, Iraq – The first central sewage treatment facility here will provide water treatment for 200,000 area
SOP newswireal-Qaida in Iraq bombed wedding party, says US military - The U.S. military says the first suicide bomber was a woman disguised to appear pregnant, while the second bomber blew himself up later as emergency workers arrived on the scene.
SOP newswire2Post-traumatic stress will no longer be seen as an obstacle - Seeking mental-health care due to post-traumatic stress will no longer be seen as an obstacle to getting a government security clearance, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates
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