21 May 2005 Military News
- Muxsters keep communications flowing throughout Iraq USMC News 21 May 2005 -- In today's Marine Corps, communication between the separate entities is essential for planning and executing operations.
- Afghan President Condemns U.S. Over Alleged Abuse of Afghan Prisoners VOA 21 May 2005 -- Afghan President Hamid Karzai, expressing outrage over the alleged abuse of Afghan detainees by U.S. military personnel, has demanded that his government be consulted on all U.S. military operations in the country.
- Local Police Turn In Weapons Cache in Eastern Afghanistan AFPS 21 May 2005 -- Local police turned in a large cache of unstable ammunition to members of the U.S. Army's 3rd Battalion, 116th Infantry Regiment, near Ghazni, Afghanistan, on May 19, coalition officials announced today.
Defense Policy / Programs
- U.S. FORCES AND GCC NATIONS PARTICIPATED IN CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT EXERCISE CENTCOM 21 May 2005 -- Senior military and government officials from the nations of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the United States participated in Exercise EAGLE RESOLVE 2005 (ER 05) held here May 1 - 12.
- Boeing Built First Italian Air Force KC-767 Tanker Makes First Flight Boeing 21 May 2005 -- Boeing (NYSE:BA) test pilots took the first Italian Air Force KC-767A advanced aerial refueling tanker on its maiden flight today.
- Pak president vows to solve Kashmir issue in his tenure IRNA 21 May 2005 -- Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf said here Friday that the resolution of the long standing Kashmir dispute cannot be awaited indefinitely.
- Hamas Halts Shelling as Mideast Diplomacy Intensifies VOA 21 May 2005 -- Palestinian militants have suspended attacks against Israel that were threatening the fragile Mideast cease-fire.
- Nepal angry at India-Maoist links, shows tape to expose ties IRNA 21 May 2005 -- At an unexpected turn of events officials of the Royal Nepal Army Friday called a press conference and played a tape that showed the government of India is secretly keeping ties with the Maoist rebels in the violence-torn Himalayan kingdom.
- Chilean Army Chief Says Soldiers Still Missing After Blizzard Probably Dead VOA News 22 May 2005 -- A top Chilean military official says he believes the soldiers still missing after a blizzard in the Andes are dead.
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