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Utah Airmen Work to Restore Communications in Virgin Islands

Six airmen assigned to the Joint Incident Site Communications Capability team of the Utah Air National Guard's 151st Air Refueling Wing based in Salt Lake City are deployed here to provide critical communications in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

SOP newswireInsurgents kill woman, policeman, wound children in attack in Ramadi - CAMP FALLUJAH, Iraq – Insurgents killed a woman, an Iraqi policeman, and wounded two children and one male in an attack in their home in northern Ramadi Wednesday
SOP newswireMilitary Tradition to Be Evident in Ford Funeral Events - WASHINGTON, Dec. 28, 2006 " Military tradition will be evident throughout the events associated with the Dec. 26 death of former President Gerald R. Ford, as the services join the nation in bidding farewell to their former commander in chief.
SOP newswireSpace Command civilian volunteers to deploy down range - Mrs. Kantak will most likely be the command's first civilian to deploy in 2007, she is not AFSPC's only representative to be in Central Command's area of responsibility.
SOP newswireISF proves eager to help, become more capable - BAGHDAD — The Iraqi Security Force and Iraqi Police are eager to help find solutions for the challenges facing their country, and they are becoming more capable of assuming increased responsibility for security, a
SOP newswireIA Conducts Operations To Capture IED Facilitator - BAGHDAD – 8th Iraqi Army Division Forces, with coalition advisors, killed a suspected improvised explosive device facilitator and cell leader during operations Dec. 27 in Abu Sukhayr, near An Najaf. The person was implicated in
SOP newswireBayaa - Multiple Car Bombs Detonate - BAGHDAD – Iraqi National Police and Coalition Forces responded to multiple vehicle borne improvised explosive devices that detonated in the southwestern section of the Iraqi capital Dec. 26.
SOP newswireUAVs Keep Eye in Sky over Baghdad - The unmanned aerial vehicles here are continually flying over the skies of Baghdad " the eyes of Multi-National Division " Baghdad.
SOP newswireBell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl Pays Tribute to Servicemembers - FORT WORTH, Texas, " The game may have been all about football, but the overall event was a tribute to 1.2 million very special people " the men and women of the United States armed forces.
SOP newswireIA and CF Repel Attack During Raid On Insurgent Cell in Baqubah - BAGHDAD – 5th Iraqi Army Division forces, with coalition advisers, repelled an attack, killing at least 4 insurgents, during operations Dec. 23 south of Baqubah to capture a suspected insurgent cell leader. Iraqi forces conducted the
SOP newswireSanta's Helper delivers gifts to foreign nationals at Taji - CAMP TAJI " One of the toughest times during a Soldier"s deployment is the holidays, but Soldiers are not the only ones who are homesick and miss their loved ones. Spc. Nicole Daly
SOP newswireCNO and MCPON Visit Eisenhower CSG Sailors - ABOARD USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER (NNS) -- Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen and Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Joe R. Campa
SOP newswireGainey, Veterans Gather for Tree Ceremony at Vietnam Wall - WASHINGTON, Dec. 21, 2006 – A ten-foot tall fir tree, ornamented with pictures of fallen U.S. war veterans and notes of support for today's troops, now stands proudly at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall.
SOP newswireOne Terrorist Killed, 25 Suspected Terrorists Detained in Regional Raids - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces killed one terrorist and detained 25 suspected terrorists during multiple raids throughout the region Friday morning targeting foreign fighters and the al-Qaida in Iraq network.
SOP newswireMilitary Housing Rates Boosted 3.5 Percent Overall - WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Servicemembers will receive an average 3.5 percent boost in their basic allowance for housing compensation benefit in 2007, Defense Department officials said Dec. 18.
SOP newswireVeterans Aid and Attendance an Under-Used Benefit - WASHINGTON " The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is reaching out to inform wartime veterans and surviving spouses of deceased wartime veterans about an under-used, special monthly pension benefit called Aid and Attendance.
SOP newswireTwo Servicemembers Killed in Iraq; DoD Identifies Previous Casualties - The soldier, assigned to Multinational Division Baghdad, died when an improvised explosive device detonated near his vehicle south of Baghdad. The Marine, assigned to the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, Special Operations
SOP newswireGood preparation, luck gets job done - CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq – Before the sun even thought to grace the Iraqi sky, a
SOP newswireRamadi Residents Wounded and Killed by Terrorists - AR RAMADI, Iraq – A civilian female was killed by insurgents who used two rockets to
SOP newswireDempsey: Iraqi Force will improve dramatically - Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has announced that the Iraqi Army must grow by 19,000 Soldiers. This means another 20 battalions, five brigade headquarters and three division headquarters. This growth will allow Iraqi
SOP newswireNew security base established in Laghman Province - FORWARD OPERATING BASE MEHTAR LAM, Afghanistan (AFPN) -- On a scenic plateau above the Alishang River in northern Laghman Province laid the earthly remains
SOP newswireArmy Releases Results of Third Soldier Mental Health Survey - WASHINGTON, Dec. 19, 2006 " Behavioral health care was more readily available to deployed soldiers in 2005 than in previous years, and the stigma with seeking this kind of care is decreasing, according to an
SOP newswireTop Iraq Reconstruction General Calls on NPS Grads to Achieve True Jointness - MONTEREY, CALIF. (NNS) -- During the Fall 2006 commencement ceremony Dec. 15 at the Naval Postgraduate School, the Army general who recently oversaw all reconstruction in Iraq
SOP newswireIraqi Army Detains Three in Connection with IED Emplacement - CAMP TAJI, Iraq – Iraqi Army Soldiers arrested three men Dec. 16 in connection with
SOP newswireIraq military advisor training mission taken on by Big Red One - BAGHDAD — An entire Army combat division has been given the mission of training U.S. military advisors for duty within Iraqi Army and Police units, a senior U.S. military official said here Sunday.
SOP newswireRaid by Stryker troops nets cache - FORWARD OPERATING BASE LOYALTY, Iraq – Soldiers with the 5-20 Stryker
SOP newswireNightime PAD crew leads casualties through Hero's Highway - LSA ANACONDA, Iraq - The casualty liaison team at the Air Force Theater Hospital
SOP newswireClinic dedicated for fallen Soldier - FOB GRIZZLY — Soldiers dedicated the newly built Troop Medical Clinic here in memory of a fallen Soldier from the 382nd Military Police Battalion whom friends remembered for his compassion and dedication.
Joseph DillardMinneapolis Aquatennial Queen of the Lakes is Resigning - Jessica Gaulke, who was chosen Minneapolis Aquatennial Queen of the Lakes in July of 2006, is resigning from her position because her National Guard unit is being called to duty.
SOP newswireRoadside bomb strikes Baghdad patrol on clearing mission - BAGHDAD – An improvised explosive device detonated near a Multi-National Division - Baghdad patrol, killing three Soldiers north of the Iraqi capital yesterday.
SOP newswireWater pump station in heart of Ramadi repaired - Ar Ramadi, Iraq – Al Anbar Provincial Deputy Governor and Civil Affairs Team 5 completed repair and replacement of a water pump at Pumping
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