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Dunford Pleased With Results of NATO Military Committee Meeting

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is pleased with the progress made at the NATO Military Committee meeting this week, saying the discussions have set the stage for decisions by alliance defense ministers and heads of state.

SOP newswireFormer POWs relive freedom flights - WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio (AFPN) -- More than 120 former prisoners of war continued a 33-year layover of freedom by reliving the flights that carried them home from North Vietnam.
SOP newswire10 Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan Helicopter Crash - BAGRAM AIR BASE, Afghanistan, May 6, 2006 – All 10 U.S. soldiers aboard died late last night when a CH-47 Chinook transport helicopter crashed near Asadabad in Afghanistan's Kunar province, military officials reported today.
SOP newswireAir Force earns three DOD environmental awards - Three Air Force installations received awards for their environmental stewardship at a Pentagon ceremony May 3.
SOP newswireGuam reservists support cargo hub at Incirlik - INCIRLIK AIR BASE, Turkey (AFPN) -- Twelve reservists temporarily assigned to the 728th Air Mobility Squadron had to travel a long, long way from home to get here.
SOP newswireCENTAF air power summary - In Afghanistan May 2, Air Force F-15 Eagles successfully struck two caves near Asadabad with precision-guided JDAMs. Initial reports indicate secondary explosions were seen from the caves, used by enemy forces to store weapons, after the strike and the cave entrances where effectively sealed. The planned strike was in continued support of Operation Mountain Lion.
SOP newswireMcKinley selected as 15th CMSAF - Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley has named Chief Master Sgt. Rodney J. McKinley to serve as the 15th chief master sergeant of the Air Force. Chief McKinley will assume his new position July 1, following the June 30 retirement of Chief Master Sgt. of the Air
Alex AlexCFC-A Welcomes New Command Sergeant Major - KABUL, Afghanistan " Army Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel R. Wood, a native of Albany, N.Y., assumed the responsibilities of command sergeant major of Combined Forces Command " Afghanistan here April 5.
SOP newswireJoint public affairs element improves military communication - By standing up the Joint Public Affairs Support Element, the U.S. military is on its way to greatly improving the way it delivers timely, accurate information from combatant commanders to the media.
SOP newswireAfter 20 Years of Darkness, the Lights Are Finally Back On - After 20 years of darkness, the lights are finally back on in Gardez. That’s thanks to the Czech Republic’s donation of a generator and the talents of the US Army Corps of Engineers Afghanistan Engineer District’s (AED) Yvan Nobile.
SOP newswireU.S. Air Force Warfare Center perspective on Smart Operations 21 by Maj. Gen. Stephen Goldfein - For those who were around in the mid-1990s, you may remember Total Quality Management, or TQM. This was a business practice that was being applied to the Air Force in an era of force reductions. TQM was successful in the business world, and many of its concepts promised improvements and efficiencies for our Air Force.
Leon (Producer) LeonU.S. Navy Ships Return Fire on Suspected Pirates - MANAMA, Bahrain, March 18, 2006 " USS Cape St. George and USS Gonzalez returned fire early today on a group of suspected pirates in the Indian Ocean, killing one and wounding five, U.S. Naval Forces Central
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