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SOP newswireSearch for missing Air Force officer continues in Kyrgyzstan - U.S. Air Force special investigators and Kyrgyz authorities are continuing search efforts to locate an Air Force officer missing since Sept 5, officials said.
SOP newswireMilitary Commanders Do Not Believe Country Is In Civil War - President Bush said the United States is using "every element of national power" to defeat terrorism and warned that a premature withdrawal of American troops
SOP newswireTeam weathers the mission by Staff Sgt. Levy Bland - SOUTHWEST ASIA (AFPN) -- In the desert it's hot and dry. You don't need to be a meteorologist to figure that out.
SOP newswireU.S. military shifts responsibility for Lebanon to European Command - The planned transfer of responsibility of U.S. military operations associated with Lebanon from the U.S. Central Command to the U.S. European Command (EUCOM) has taken place, according to the U.S. Department of Defense.
SOP newswireBaghdad progress renews hope - BAGHDAD — Efforts this week to quell violence in the capital city are showing signs of progress, but Coalition leaders say the battle is far from over.
SOP newswirePhoenix Warrior Prepares Security Forces by Tech. Sgt. Scott T. Sturkol - FORT DIX, N.J. (AFPN) -- More than 100 security forces Airmen participated in Phoenix Warrior 06-1, a program run by the Air Mobility Warfare Center's 421st Combat Training Squadron, Aug. 5 to 17.
SOP newswireAnother CIMIC Project Completed - A Handover Commission arrived to Sumer in the morning hours. Their goal was to test the container and all its key elements. CIMIC experts placed the main emphasis on the quality of workmanship and proper operating of all devices. The generator, water
SOP newswireEuropean Command Takes Over Lebanon Mission By Jim Garamone - U.S. European Command will assume command of U.S. military forces operating off the coast of Lebanon and in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, the organization’s commander said here today.
SOP newswire'Natural Fire' provides assistance to African nations by Master Sgt. John Lasky - SERERE, Uganda (AFPN) -- Three East African nations and the United States are participating in Natural Fire 2006, a multilateral training exercise that is providing medical, veterinary and engineering civil assistance.
SOP newswireTrust key to Baghdad security by Jim Garamone - The Coalition commander responsible for operations in the Iraqi capital is optimistic about what he has seen since operations to quell sectarian violence here started.
SOP newswireRandolph officer found guilty in court-martial - RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas (AFPN) -- An Air Force officer was tried and found guilty in a general court-martial at the Randolph Air Force Base federal courtroom at 8:30 a.m. Aug. 9.
R.J. SmithZero's Twisted Mind: Let's Go Back To Fighting With Swords! - Part of a new mini-series, in which I offer up solutions to the world's problems.
SOP newswireRoyal Air Force pilot makes history in B-2 Spirit by Tech. Sgt. Mikal Canfield - ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam (AFPN) -- At first glance, he looks like any other Air Force pilot: olive-green flight suit, polished boots and a bluish-gray flight cap with rank insignia prominently displayed. On closer inspection, you realize the little differences.
SOP newswireAirman reflects on true meaning of Wingmen - EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AFPN) -- In today's Air Force culture we often hear people reference Wingmen. It has become almost cliché --
SOP newswireNew Iraqi command opens - BAGHDAD — The Iraqi Training and Doctrine Command officially opened in a ceremony at the Cultural Center Compound in Baghdad Tuesday.
SOP newswireMedical team conducts mission in Ecuador by 2nd Lt. David Herndon - ESMERELDAS, Ecuador (AFPN) -- A medical team is conducting the first Medical Readiness Training Exercise, or MEDRETE, held in Esmereldas, Ecuador, through July 28.
SOP newswireU.S., Bulgarian air traffic controllers perfect teamwork - GRAF INGNATIEVO AIR BASE, Bulgaria (AFPN) -- Air Force controllers from the 48th Operations Support Squadron have the opportunity to work and build friendships
Joe CampbellPanjshir PRT medics visit remote Afghan district - Providing medical help in the remote parts of Afghanistan is tough, but rewarding.
SOP newswireBagram PRT gives torched school second chance by Army Spc. Josh LeCappelain - 7/21/2006 - BAGRAM, Afghanistan -- Soldiers and Airmen from the Bagram Provincial Reconstruction Team traveled to Nyazi Geranshakh in the Parwan Province of Afghanistan on July 19 to
SOP newswireC17s Aiding with Efforts in Lebanon - A deployed C-17 Globemaster III unit here is providing support to the American citizens who have left Lebanon.
SOP newswireDominating Cyberspace Conference - The 2006 Air Force Information Technology Conference, themed Dominating Cyberspace, takes place Aug. 13 to 17 at Auburn University's Montgomery, Ala., campus.
SOP newswireNew Yorkers take over Wing one squadron at a time By Lance Cpl. James B. Hoke - AL ASAD, Iraq (July 13, 2006) -- The Marine Corps is comprised of Marines from all over the United States, but one particular squadron has 12 percent of its warriors coming from the one place where the towers are tall, the farmlands are vast and the spirits are strong -- New York.
SOP newswireAirmen handle missions big and small in Afghanistan by Master Sgt. Orville F. Desjarlais Jr. - BAGRAM AIR BASE, Afghanistan (AFPN) -- Tech. Sgt. William Long likes a challenge, but a couple weeks ago, one challenge seemed insurmountable.
SOP newswireOfficials encourage purchase of renters insurance by Steven Donald Smith - WASHINGTON (AFPN) -- With hurricane season in full-swing, military officials are encouraging servicemembers who don't own their own homes to purchase renters insurance to protect their personal property.
Joe CampbellCJTF 76 Deputy Commanding General Visits Panjshir PRT - PANJSHIR PROVINCE, Afghanistan " The Combined Joint Task Force 76 deputy commanding general for effects visited the Panjshir Provincial Reconstruction Team
SOP newswireAirmen go operational with new small-diameter munition by Airman 1st Class Michael Hess - ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England (AFPN) -- Airmen from the 48th Munitions Squadron here have been trained on the handling procedures for the first small-diameter munition to enter the Air Force inventory. The Airmen are the first to handle the weapon
SOP newswireKirkuk control tower keeps watch day, night by Staff Sgt. Stacy Fowler - KIRKUK AIR BASE, Iraq (AFPN) -- Organized chaos. Sounds like a contradiction, doesn't it?
SOP newswireOfficials Announce New Casualties, Identify Earlier Ones - WASHINGTON, – Two coalition servicemembers were killed in Afghanistan today, two U.S. servicemembers died yesterday in what officials described as noncombat incidents, and the Defense Department has identified previously announced casualties in the global war on terror.
SOP newswireAuthor, activist speaks with Airmen by Capt. Kelly Murray Howard - Cloaked behind stories, imitations and comedy, a former Air Force technical sergeant, New York Times bestselling author and activist shared his message of doing what must be done to not only survive, but thrive.
SOP newswireCourse trains medics to save lives in the air by Staff Sgt. Jeremy Larlee - BROOKS CITY-BASE, Texas (AFPN) -- Sweat runs into the student's eyes, blurring his vision as he strains to read the screen displaying his patient's vital signs.
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