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AF Alpha Warriors Prove Mettle in Final Battle

A new era of Comprehensive Airman Fitness reached a milestone Nov. 11, 2017, with the first Air Force Alpha Warrior Final Battle.

SOP newswireOutsiders deliver food, water, after devastating blasts - The explosions, which began the evening of Aug. 14, set in motion a chain of events that would test the fortitude of the Outsiders and keep them on the road and in harm’s way for several days.
SOP newswireTaliban Heroin Lab Destroyed by Coalition Forces - Afghan and coalition forces teamed up to defeat a group of Taliban insurgents protecting a heroin laboratory in Helmand province yesterday, officials reported.
SOP newswireIraqi Army Soldiers kill, capture several attackers - MOSUL, Iraq – Iraqi Security Forces repelled a series of attempted insurgent attacks, destroying vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices, capturing small-arms and rocket-propelled grenades, and killing
SOP newswireOdierno Says, Iraq Transition Must Preserve Security Successes - Any transition of security responsibility from coalition forces to Iraqi security forces must be done deliberately and in a way that ensures the successes gained so far will not be lost, one
SOP newswireIraqi citizens turning against insurgents - BAGHDAD — Iraqis who once aligned themselves with militants are now taking up arms against al-Qaeda, a top commander in the Iraqi capital
SOP newswireRussian plane shot down in Abkhazia - The Georgian Rustavi-2 television channel has reported that two local residents claimed the military plane had crashed somewhere in the mountain region.
SOP newswireAlaska, Front Line of U.S. Missile Defense - While most Americans were celebrating Independence Day in 2006, Army Maj. Joe Miley was at his post in the remote interior of Alaska, staring at blips on a computer screen reminiscent of a 1980s video game.
SOP newswire173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team at work - KUNAR PROVINCE, Afghanistan - The first U.S. casualty from an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan was Army Sgt. Jay Blessing, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, Nov. 14, 2003. Blessing was in a
SOP newswireChina, Hungary to enhance co-op between armed forces - China's military values its relations with Hungarian armed forces and is willing to promote bilateral cooperation, Chinese Defense Minister Cao Gangchuan said here Wednesday.
SOP newswireCoalition Outpost in Northern Baghdad attacked by Al Qaeda - CAMP TAJI, Iraq – A Coalition Outpost in northern Baghdad was attacked by two Suicide Vehicle-borne Improvised Explosive Devices August 22.
SOP newswireAlaska Air National Guard Unit Prepares for Larger Role at Elmendorf - As 176th Wing here prepares to move to its new home on nearby Elmendorf Air Force Base, the local haunt for ice cream and burgers blocks away will be just one of the emotional ties that Foster and the rest will have to cut.
SOP newswirePhantom Strike continues to put pressure on extremists - Combined forces will conduct quick-strike raids against remaining extremist sanctuaries and staging areas over the coming weeks, U.S. Army Maj. Gen. James E. Simmons, deputy commander for support for Multi-National
SOP newswireTracking down bomb plotters in BAGHDAD - BAGHDAD " Coalition force members will track down those responsible for the coordinated attacks in northwestern Iraq this week against members
SOP newswireIraqi operations,Odierno highlights - BAGHDAD — Iraqi and Coalition forces are pursuing extremist leaders in Iraq’s remote areas in coordinated “quick strikes” launched this week, the commander of Multi-National Corps-Iraq told Pentagon reporters Saturday.
SOP newswireKorean Naval officials visit to Russia - Admiral Song Yon Mu, Chief of the Naval Staff of the Republic of Korea has arrived yesterday in Moscow for an official visit.
SOP newswireIraqi Security Forces Improve - BAGHDAD — Iraqi Security Forces are contributing to stabilizing their country even as they continue to train and improve, a senior U.S. officer involved in training and equipping them said today.
SOP newswireJuvenile detainees in BAGHDAD - Al-Qaeda and other extremists are using juveniles against us," said U.S. Army 1st Lt. Rob Glenn, the Dar Al-Hikmah education program manager. "As a consequence, we"re detaining many juveniles
SOP newswirePakistan Gave Military Aid to The Taliban - Islamabad has acknowledged diplomatic and economic links with the Taliban but has denied direct military support. The US intelligence and state department documents, released under the country's freedom of
SOP newswireBaqouba Guardians with IP repel al-Qaeda attack - BAQOUBA, Iraq – In an unprecedented combined action in Diyala Province, Iraqi police and citizen volunteers defeated a coordinated attack of approximately 40-60 al-Qaeda terrorists in the southern
SOP newswireU.S. Special Forces detain 3 Al-Qaeda in Iraq high-level leaders - BAGHDAD – Soldiers from the 1/6th Iraqi Army Scouts, with U.S. Special Forces as advisors, detained three suspected key Al-Qaeda in Iraq leaders during an intelligence driven operation Aug. 14 in the Mansour area of
SOP newswireU.S. Tomahawks discover car bomb in southern Baghdad - BAGHDAD — Multi-National Division – Baghdad troops discovered a vehicleborne
SOP newswireOperation Lightning Hammer pursues al-Qaeda - TIKRIT, Iraq – TIKRIT, Iraq – Operation Lightning Hammer, involving approximately
SOP newswireCoalition Forces Capture Key Financier of Special Groups Terrorists - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces captured a key financier of Special Groups terrorists during a pre-dawn raid Monday in Western Baghdad. The detained individual is believed to be a Special Groups leader for the Bayaa
SOP newswireFour Task Force Soldiers killed in explosion - Four Task Force Marne Soldiers were killed and four others were wounded by an explosion during combat operations south of Baghdad Aug. 11.
SOP newswireWorld War II Navajo Code Talkers Visit Pentagon - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff today met here with a group of Marine veterans who used their native Navajo language to baffle the Japanese during World War II.
SOP newswireCitizens oust terrorists from mosque, help uncover weapons cache - BAGHDAD — Fed up with violent and indiscriminate terror tactics, a group of more than 80 residents of the Adhamiyah district, on the east side of the Iraqi capital,
SOP newswireIraqi Security Forces, U.S. Special Forces Detain Three, Disrupt Samarra al-Qaeda Cell - BAGHDAD – AJI, Iraq – Iraqi Security Forces conducted an early-morning raid Aug. 3 detaining two people believed to be responsible for improvised explosive device attacks in the Samarra area.
SOP newswireCoalition Forces detain 17 suspected terrorists - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces detained 17 suspected terrorists during raids targeting al-Qaeda in Iraq operations in the Tigris River Valley Friday.
SOP newswireIA, Stryker leaders assess progress in Baqubah - BAQUBAH — Leaders from the 5th Iraqi Army Division and the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, traveled together to assess progress in several
SOP newswireU.S. Special Forces Battle Terrorists Near Doura - BAGHDAD " Iraqi Security Forces, with U.S. Special Forces as advisors, detained two suspected al-Qaeda terrorists while conducting
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