16 April 2005 Military News
- Task Force Liberty Soldier killed by indirect fire
- IED-wounded Soldier dies
- Attacks Kill At Least 10 Across Iraq RFE/RL 16 Apr 2005 -- At least 10 people died today in a series of attacks in Iraq, including six members of Iraqi security forces.
- IRAQ / WRAP VOA 16 Apr 2005 -- Iraqi authorities are working to secure the release of as many as 60 Shi'ite Muslims held hostage in a town south of Baghdad. Meanwhile, violent attacks across the country left at least 10 dead.
- Ten escaped detainees recaptured MNF-I/MNC-I 16 Apr 2005 -- Eleven detainees escaped from the Camp Bucca theater internment facility during the early morning hours of April 16.
- Tips from Iraqi residents help U.S. troops root out terror MNF-I/MNC-I 16 Apr 2005 -- Supplied with tips from local residents, U.S. Army and Marines Corps patrols are giving terrorists a reason to complain lately.
- 3rd ACR uncases colors symbolizing return to Iraq MNF-I/MNC-I 16 Apr 2005 -- Nearly one year after ending its tour of duty during Operation Iraqi Freedom 1, the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment unfurled its colors on Iraqi soil once again April 13.
- Iraqi Army and Multinational Forces conduct joint cordon and search operation MNF-I/MNC-I 16 Apr 2005 -- Soldiers from Multinational Division Central - South (MND CS), working with the Iraqi Army conducted joint cordon and search operation to find illegal weapons, caches and ammunition in Qadisiyah Province, April 14.
- Iraqi border patrol graduates first class USMC News 15 Apr 2005 -- After completing a three-week advanced course in tactics, techniques and procedures, 45 Iraqi Border Patrolmen have earned the skills necessary to complete the daunting task of patrolling the troubled borders of Iraq.
- 'Desperate' Taliban Likely to Step Up Violence AFPS 16 Apr 2005 -- "Desperate" Taliban members and their al Qaeda allies are likely to launch more violent attacks with the approach of parliamentary elections this fall, the commander of coalition forces in Afghanistan told reporters in Kabul today.
Defense Policy / Programs
- ACEH PEACE TALKS VOA 16 Apr 2005 -- Indonesian officials and rebels from the separatist Free Aceh Movement concluded their third round of talks Saturday in the Finnish capital of Helsinki. The talks ended on an upbeat note.
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