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SOP newswireU.S. Marines capture sniper rifles, kill 6, wound 4 insurgents - CAMP AL ASAD, Iraq – The Coalition Forces killed six insurgents, wounded four and netted five sniper rifles Sunday in the Euphrates River city of Hit, Iraq. The Coalition Force positively identified 10 males conducting insurgent
SOP newswireCENTAF releases airpower summary for Oct. 22 - U.S. Central Command Air Forces officials released the airpower summary for Oct. 22.
Alex AlexCSAF: Today's Air Force best in service's history - Speaking at the 42nd Air Force Villages Chairman's Dinner, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley said he is proud to wear the same uniform and serve alongside today's men and women of the Air Force.
SOP newswireAir strike kills five terrorists setting roadside IED - Coalition Forces observed a group of terrorists digging a hole in a road on the outskirts of Arab Jabour while one individual stood watch. As the terrorists placed an IED in the hole, Coalition aircraft engaged the group with precision
SOP newswireBush Says Rise in Iraq Attacks Partly Due to Military Operations - Washington -- President Bush said the increase in the number of violent attacks in Iraq is due in part to recent joint operations by coalition and Iraqi forces against al-Qaida and other fighters in Baghdad.
SOP newswireDOD celebrates 2006 Red Ribbon Week - Department of Defense officials will celebrate the 2006 Red Ribbon Week beginning Oct 23 with an 11 a.m. awards ceremony in the Pentagon's Hall of Heroes
SOP newswireOne terrorist killed and seven detained in Ramadi - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces killed one suspected terrorist and detained seven other suspected terrorists, to include a close associate of the targeted terrorist, during a raid in Ramadi Saturday morning.
SOP newswireZaytun Division creates results - When shared, sorrow is halved and happiness is doubled. So say the troops of the Republic of Korea’s Zaytun Division, which began civil military operations in Irbil in September 2004.
SOP newswireDetainee dies at Camp Bucca - A security detainee died Oct. 19 at Camp Bucca, Iraq, from what appears to be natural causes.
SOP newswireTerrorist suspects apprehended after Habbaniyah attack - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces apprehended seven suspected terrorists Oct. 19 associated with a VBIED attack on the Khaldiyah Bridge in Habbaniyah that killed two Iraqi soldiers, wounded two other Iraqi soldiers and four civilians the day prior.
Catherine KempBoot Camp and a Women - Nicole was crawling through the mud at 5:30 in the morning, wishing she was back in her cozy bed. This was her third day at Army boot camp, and she already hated it.
SOP newswireSecretary of Defense briefs Air War College - Students and faculty of the Air College at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., were visited by Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld, Oct.18.
SOP newswire8th Iraqi Army Division Participated in a Special Operations Training Organized by MND CS - Soldiers of the 8th Iraqi Army Division participated in a special operations training organized by MND CS experts. The course was devoted to cordon and search actions. Iraqi soldiers gain a possibility to enter any kind of facility and fulfill their task with minimized own loses. MND CS instructors divided the course into two parts.
SOP newswireCentralized Intermediate Repair Facility saves time, money in AOR by Maj. Ann Peru Knabe - Southwest Asia -- Maintainers measure an aircraft tire’s usability by inspecting for wear and visible cords.
SOP newswireVictory in Iraq Critical to U.S. Security Says Rumsfeld - Settling for less than victory in Iraq would embolden terrorists and invite more attacks on the American people, Defense Secretary Donald H.
SOP newswireUnited States Military Pilot Sentenced to 17 Years for Importing Ecstasy on United States Air Force Aircraft - JOHN P. GILBRIDE, United States Drug Enforcement Administration, New York Special Agent-in-Charge and MICHAEL J. GARCIA, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that Captain FRANKLIN RODRIGUEZ of the United States Air National Guard was sentenced on October 13, 2006 to
SOP newswireU.S., Iraqi Officials Dispute Casualty Estimate - WASHINGTON, Oct. 11, 2006 – U.S. and Iraqi officials today discounted an article in a British medical journal that estimates 650,000 Iraqis have died since the war began three years ago.
SOP newswireMND-B Soldiers detain terrorists, seize munitions - BAGHDAD – Multi-National Division-Baghdad Soldiers from Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 4th Battalion, 11th Field Artillery Regiment, attached to the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, discovered a large weapons cache 5 Oct. afternoon and detained four suspected terrorists just outside Mushada.
SOP newswireTask Force Lightning Soldier dies, two wounded - TIKRIT, Iraq – A Task Force Lightning Soldier assigned to 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, was killed and two others were wounded Oct. 11 as a result of enemy action while conducting operations in Kirkuk Province.
SOP newswireFirst woman Thunderbird pilot proud to serve - Women have served in the Air Force for years, making valuable contributions, but gender and race differences have never been an important factor in accomplishing the Air Force mission, the first woman pilot on the Air Force Thunderbirds said here today.
SOP newswireNavy volunteers helping USACE rebuild Iraq - The Army Corps of Engineers was recently augmented by some senior enlisted Navy members who volunteered to help rebuild cities within the Al-Anbar province in Western Iraq.
SOP newswireMissing World War II Airman identified - The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced today that the remains of a U.S. serviceman, missing in action from World War II, have been identified and returned to his family for burial with full military honors.
SOP newswireCoalition Communications: Land mobile radio team doubles the distance - Southwest Asia -- Ground-to-air communication is critical to the success of any flying mission, said Master Sgt. Francis A. Scott, NCOIC of the 379th Expeditionary Communications Squadron land mobile radio team.
SOP newswire10 CAV. REGT. Respond To Attack With Mortar Fire - CAMP TAJI, Iraq " A mortar section from 7th Squadron, 10th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, returned mortar fire after a terrorist mortar attack in Saab al Bour, north of Baghdad, at approximately 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.
SOP newswireU.S. prepares for operation to aid Pakistan - ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (AFPN) -- A joint team of Airmen and Soldiers are in Pakistan preparing for OPERATION PROMISE KEEPING, a follow-up mission to aid the people in remote northern parts of the country, which was
SOP newswireSeven detained, two large caches confiscated during combined ISF, CF operation - BALAD RUZ, Iraq " Iraqi Security and Coalition forces concluded a successful combined operation Tuesday, Oct. 3, which resulted in seven suspected insurgents being detained and discovery of two large caches of ordinance.
SOP newswireDecision Made to Pull an Iraqi Police Brigade Off the Streets - The decision to pull an Iraqi Police brigade off the streets for intensive retraining is part of the Iraqi government’s overall reform plan and will improve the professionalism and confidence within the national police, the U.S. general in charge of training Iraqi police said Friday.
SOP newswireFather passes flag to daughter in Iraq - Traditions run deep in the military, and for this father and daughter, traditions are what brought them together in Iraq.
SOP newswireACC declares small diameter bomb initially operational - The Air Combat Command commander declared initial operational capability for the Guided Bomb Unit-39/B Small Diameter Bomb
SOP newswireArmy Ready to Support Families of Extended Soldiers - WASHINGTON, Oct. 2, 2006 – Families of the 1st Brigade, 1st Armored Division, are not happy about the unit’s 46-day extension in Iraq, but they are accepting it well and the Army has many systems in place to support them while their loved ones are deployed, the unit’s rear detachment commander said today.
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