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Bush: North Korea To Be Held To Account For WMD Transfers - WASHINGTON, Oct. 22, 2006 " The United States will hold North Korea responsible if it attempts to transfer nuclear bombs or other weapons of mass destruction to America"s enemies, President Bush said recently on a national television news show.

CENTAF releases airpower summary for Oct. 22 - U.S. Central Command Air Forces officials released the airpower summary for Oct. 22.

Air 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

Secretary continues discussions on North Korea in Moscow - Washington – The work by the five parties trying to solve the North Korean nuclear issue is the main topic of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s discussions in Moscow, according to her remarks en route to the Russian capital October 21.

COMUSAFE builds on U.S.-Romania relationship - BUCHAREST, Romania -- The road ahead for the partnering of U.S. and Romanian air forces continues on the fast-track after a visit Oct. 19 and 20 by the U.S. Air Forces in Europe

Bush 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.

DOD 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

President's Radio Address - THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Earlier this week, I spoke with Prime Minister Maliki of Iraq. We discussed the recent increase in violence in his country. Attacks have grown significantly during the first weeks of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

Remarks With Chinese Foreign Minister Li After Their meeting - SECRETARY RICE: Thank you very much, Minister Li, I appreciate very much your welcoming me here, this is, I’m told, our seventh meeting this year. So that’s a lot, but it is befitting because the United States and China have many issues on which we are working together.

Rumsfeld says North Korea's nuclear test October 9 defied international will - Washington -- Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld met his South Korean counterpart at the Pentagon October 20 to discuss mutual security interests and defense preparedness against the backdrop of North Korea’s October 9 nuclear test.

President Bush and Secretary Leavitt Discuss Medicare - THE PRESIDENT: Secretary Leavitt and I are pleased to be here at this counter where seniors come to buy prescription drugs. And one of the interesting things that happens at this counter is that these decent folks are constantly reminding seniors that

One 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.

Zaytun 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.

Rocket scientists gather at space propulsion program review - The Air Force Office of Scientific Research here recently completed a program review on space propulsion and power in Annapolis, Md.

Landfill Gas Fuels New Brick Plant - For the first time, a major U.S. manufacturing facility has been sited and built next to a landfill specifically to use the landfill gas as fuel. The new Jenkins Brick Company's $56 million manufacturing plant in Moody, Ala., will use landfill gas to fuel its kilns, satisfying 40 percent of the plant's energy needs initially, with 100 percent projected in 10 years as the landfill grows. The project will also reduce greenhouse

By End of the Year, NNSA Will Convert Six Reactors to the Use of Low Enriched Uranium Fuel - WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has successfully converted a research reactor at the University of Florida from the use of highly enriched uranium to low enriched uranium. This conversion comes on the heels of a reactor conversion at Texas A&M University

First Unrestricted Release Of A Nuclear Power Site - On Wednesday, October 18, 2006, the U.S. Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program commemorates the first-ever chemical and radiological release of a U.S. nuclear power reactor site for unrestricted future use – the Department of Energy S1C Prototype Reactor Site in Windsor, Connecticut. The 10:30 a.m. ceremony, held

Detainee dies at Camp Bucca - A security detainee died Oct. 19 at Camp Bucca, Iraq, from what appears to be natural causes.

Terrorist 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.

Greenland Ice Sheet on a Downward Slide - For the first time NASA scientists have analyzed data from direct, detailed satellite measurements to show that ice losses now far surpass ice gains in the shrinking Greenland ice sheet.

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