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African Nations, Western Partners Conduct Airborne Operations at Flintlock 2018

The African sun rises over an airfield here near the capital of Ouagadougou. Villagers look to the sky with anticipation as children point upwards and smile once they witness the opening of parachutes.

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.
SOP newswireLocal man discovers large cache in barn after return home (Arab Jabour) - FORWARD OPERATING BASE KALSU, Iraq – MND-C Soldiers discovered a large weapons cache Feb. 28 thanks to a tip from an Iraqi citizen who recently returned to southern Arab Jabour.
SOP newswireCoalition Captures Bomb Facilitator, Detains Terror Suspects - Coalition forces in Iraq captured an alleged homemade-bomb facilitator with ties to al Qaeda in Iraq today, and detained numerous other terrorism
SOP newswireAir Force Awards Tanker Contract to Northrop Grumman - The Air Force announced today it has selected Northrop Grumman Corp. to build its next-generation air-refueling tanker aircraft.
SOP newswireDoD Identifies Army Casualty (Baghdad) - The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom.
SOP newswire(Baghdad) MND-B Soldiers capture special groups leader - BAGHDAD – Multi-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers captured a suspected Special Groups commander during an operation in Baghdad’s Sha’ab neighborhood Feb. 24.
SOP newswireElmendorf Airmen complete first F-22 deployment - Members of the 3rd Wing and Air Force Reserve Command's 477th Fighter Group here combined for the deployment to for Combat Archer, a Weapons System Evaluation Program training program.
SOP newswireSoldiers Track, Clear Al-Qaeda from Remote Location - BALAD — As the ramp slammed down in the muck, the rain came howling in drenching the men who leapt off the
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with a True American Patriot Brigadier General Stan E. Brown - General Brown was born in Champaign, Ill., in 1928. He attended the University of Illinois, Urbana, later receiving his bachelor of science degree from the University Nebraska, Omaha.
SOP newswireSuspected Shi'ite Militia Leader Captured - The U.S. military says coalition forces have captured an alleged Shi'ite militia leader and three other suspects during a raid south of Baghdad.
Leon (Producer) LeonMilitary families can send a free Bake-Me-A-Wish cake to a loved one - New York, NY - With thousands of U.S. troops deployed overseas, the Armed Forces Foundation (AFF) and BakeMeAWish.com, are offering a unique opportunity for military families, individuals and corporations to send our troops
SOP newswirePentagon Brass to be questioned by US Lawmakers - Defense Secretary Robert Gates expected to stress decreased violencein Iraq.
Leon (Producer) LeonAfghan air strike kills civilians, Taliban fighters - A ground and air attack killed two Taliban commanders and six civilians in southwestern Afghanistan, the provincial governor
SOP newswireSonar and new Navy Web Site vital to National Security - Rear Adm. Larry Rice: We cannot send our American Sailors and Marines into potential trouble spots around the world without adequate training to defend them.
Leon (Producer) LeonStand by our Marines in Berkeley! - The Berkeley, Calif., City Council on Tuesday adopted resolutions to chase the Marine Corps out of Berkeley!
SOP newswireCheap? You decide. Bush stiffs Troops - Bush administration set to request only a $70 billion chunk of its total Fiscal Year 2009 war budget.
SOP newswireActor Paul Newman and Friends Offer $75,000 to Military Families - Looking for innovative plans to support military families from the volunteer groups, with the one chosen as the top plan receiving a $15,000 grant.
SOP newswireFree Tax Filing for U.S. Troops and their families - The military"s tax assistance program processes more than 200,000 returns each year.
SOP newswireU.S. Marines told by City Council, 'Stay out of Berkely!' - The Berkeley City Council voted to condemn the Marines on Tuesday night (January 29th) as part of a campaign by anti-war activists to shut down a U.S. Marine Recruiting Center located in the city of Berkeley.
SOP newswireUnique Talk Show Host Talks with Heroes - TalkingWithHeroes.com announces the show's February Broadcast Schedule.
SOP newswireUniformed Services University Wants You to USU-Tube - Video Contest to find the most meaningful, creative, descriptive, humorous, and/or innovative entries to showcase and increase knowledge about the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
SOP newswireFormer Manager Charged in Conspiracy to Bribe a Military Contracting Officer - The indictment is against Elie Samir Chidiac, a U.S. citizen, and Raman International Inc. of Cypress, TX.
SOP newswireEnhanced Healthcare Delivery, Patient Satisfaction Focus of Military Healh System Conference - Senior MHS leaders will finalize 2008 plans to ensure top quality healthcare for all service members and beneficiaries.
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