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Ironhorse Soldiers highlighted - BAGHDAD — The 4th Infantry Division, with more than 20,000 “Ironhorse” Soldiers, deployed to Iraq and took the mantle of responsibility for Multi-National

Air Force Declassifies Elite Aggressor Program - From 1977 through 1988, the program, known as Constant Peg, saw U.S. Air Force, Navy, and Marine aircrews flying against Soviet-designed MiG fighters as part

America Shows It's Strength in the Midterm Elections - President Bush said the American people’s freedom to choose their leaders is the source of the nation’s strength, and he warned America’s enemies not to confuse

We must combat - Good morning everyone. Can I extend a very warm welcome to Helen Clark, the New Zealand Prime Minister, and say, Helen, how delighted and honoured we are to have you here in Downing Street and to have you here in

In the Trenches with Our Troops - You know that FBI agents, intel analysts, and bomb techs work 24/7 within our nation’s borders to prevent terrorist attacks. But what you may not know is this: we do the same overseas, working right

Taliban insurgency tops list of concerns as Security Council team arrives in Afghanistan - With the Taliban insurgency posing a major problem for Afghanistan, the head of a Security Council mission there today pledged that the international community will stand

EPA and Chicago wilderness to honor top Native Landscaping efforts - CHICAGO (Nov. 13, 2006) - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 and Chicago Wilderness will announce the winners of their annual Conservation and Native Landscaping Awards at a Nov. 15 ceremony at Northwestern University.

Service members become citizens at LSA Anaconda - LSA ANACONDA — Several service members became American citizens during a ceremony Sunday at Logistics Support Area Anaconda in Balad.

President Bush Attends Dedication of the National Museum of the Marine Corps - THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all. Thank you for the warm welcome. General Hagee, thank you for your service to our country. Secretaries of the Army and Navy and Air Force; I'm proud to be here with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs

Coalition offers reward for help in the return of kidnapped U.S. Soldier - BAGHDAD – Multi-National Force – The U.S. Government is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the recovery of kidnapped U.S. Army Specialist Ahmed Kousay Altaie who was abducted outside the International Zone in Baghdad October 23.

Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: From Pharmaceuticals in Groundwater to Mercury in High U.S. Mountains - The 27th Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) is being held November 5-9, 2006, at the Palais de Congrès in Montréal, Québec, Canada. Additional information about the conference can be found online

FAA Airborne Networking - The Federal Aviation Administration predicts that as many as one billion passengers a year could be flying the nation's airways by the year 2015. While technology is changing with the blink of an eye, aviation users and industry partners are demanding

Premiere Teen Trend Magazine Prom Showcase - What's hot? What's not? What's new? What's you? Teen Trend Magazine! Starting on December 5, Teen Trend Magazine brings you everything you need for prom in one place.

NASA Sees into the Eye of a Monster Storm on Saturn - NASA's Cassini spacecraft has seen something never before seen on another planet -- a hurricane-like storm at Saturn's south pole with a well-developed eye, ringed by towering clouds.

Four Servicemembers Die in Iraq, DoD Identifies Earlier Casualties - WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 2006 – Two soldiers and a Marine were killed in Iraq yesterday, another Marine died today in western Iraq, and Defense Department officials have identified four servicemembers who died earlier this week.

Director General WARNS terrorist threat facing the UK and US - Dame Eliza Manningham-Buller, the Director General of the Security Service, gave a speech at Queen Mary College, London on 9 November 2006 in which she warned of the continuing threat of terrorism and described how the Security Service and others

Candidates Defeated in Midterm Elections Graciously Concede - Washington – Saying the owners of the government have spoken and I respect their decision, U.S. Senator George Allen, a Virginia Republican, formally conceded his race for re-election and largely ended the drama of the American midterm elections.

International Team Completes Gas Hydrate Expedition in the Offshore of India - The first scientific results from a recently completed expedition that explored for gas hydrate off the coast of India will be presented by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists at the Third International Association of Exploration Geophysicists Meeting in Hyderabad, India, on November 8.

Terrorist jailed for life for conspiracy to murder in the UK and US - A British man who planned to blow up UK and American targets killing hundreds, if not thousands of people, was jailed for life today with a recommendation that he serve a minimum of 40 years.

DEA's Mobile Enforcement Team Focuses on Los Angeles - Today, Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Acting Special Agent in Charge Ralph W. Partridge and Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD)


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