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07 August 2006 Military News

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  • Lake Erie Celebrates 13 Years Of Success On The Seas Navy NewsStand 07 Aug 2006 -- The guided-missile cruiser USS Lake Erie (CG 70) capped off a year of success and celebrated its 13th birthday, July 24.
  • Powers Relieves Bruner as Commander, Submarine Squadron 7 Navy NewsStand 07 Aug 2006 -- Capt. Jeffrey Powers relieved Capt. Barry Bruner as Commander, Submarine Squadron 7 in a ceremony Aug. 7 on Pearl Harbor Naval Station.
  • NASA, Air Force agree to aeronautics cooperation AFPN 07 Aug 2006 -- NASA and the Air Force have formed an aeronautics research partnership that builds upon and expands on the longstanding relationship between the two organizations.
  • 'Ready Elmendorf' will prepare PACAF's F-22s AFPN 07 Aug 2006 -- Pacific Air Forces officials are excited about bringing the F-22 Raptor to the command. Aircraft crews will start their training in Virginia before actually landing on the Alaskan tarmac.
  • B-2s provide bomber presence in Guam AFPN 07 Aug 2006 -- A contingent of four bombers from Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., are providing both an increase in forces and a security presence to the 36th Air Expeditionary Wing at Anderson Air Force Base, Guam -- making one of the U.S. military's most unique aircraft ready at a moment's notice.
  • KC-10 maintainers keep mission flowing AFPN 07 Aug 2006 -- KC-10 Extender maintainers work long days on the flightline with temperatures reaching nearly 135 degrees on the scorching concrete, and it is even hotter in the KC-10s parked on the ramp.
  • Space brings invisible power to the fight AFPN 07 Aug 2006 -- When space professionals deploy, they learn how to better provide combat effects, and warfighters learn more about the invisible power space brings to the fight.
  • U.S Congress clears F-16 jets deal: Pakistan IRNA 07 Aug 2006 -- The U.S Congress has cleared the sale of F-16s to Pakistan and the deal contains no extraordinary condition, the Foreign Spokesperson Ms. Tasneem Aslam said on Monday.
  • Daily Press Briefing State Department 07 Aug 2006

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