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22 September 2001 Military News

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Operations

  • MORE NATIONAL GUARD, RESERVE CALLED TO ACTIVE DUTY DOD Press Release 22 Sept. 2001-- Approximately 5,172 more Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve members have been called to active duty as part of the partial mobilization authorized by President Bush.

Government Statements and Transcripts

US Domestic Responses

International Responses

  • IRAN / DIPLOMACY VOA 22 Sept. 2001--Iranian President Mohamed Khatami has called for a global fight against terrorism.
  • ATTACKS / TURKEY VOA 22 Sept. 2001-- Turkey says it will open its airspace and airports to U-S military planes as the United States prepares for an eventual military response to terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
  • ATTACKS / AFGHANISTAN / U-A-E / PAK VOA 22 Sept. 2001-- The United Arab Emirates has broken relations with the Taleban government in Afghanistan.
  • BRITAIN / ATTACKS VOA 22 Sept. 2001-- British police are questioning four people in connection with terrorist attacks in the United States.
  • RUSSIA / PUTIN VOA 22 Sept. 2001-- Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country supports the United States in building a coalition to fight terrorism in the wake of the attacks in New York and Washington.
  • UNICEF/AFGHANISTAN VOA 22 Sept. 2001--The U-N Children's Fund says it is rushing relief supplies into the Afghanistan region this weekend.

Defense Industry

Other Conflicts

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