10 June 2007 Military News
Defense Policy / Programs
- MND-B Soldier killed during combat operations
- Multi-National Division - North Soldiers attacked
- Combined Forces Kill One, Detain 13; Car Bombs Damage Clinic, Mosques AFPS 10 Jun 2007 -- Combined forces killed one terrorist and detained 13 suspected terrorists during the past few days in Iraq, military officials reported. Forces also responded to attacks on a medical clinic and two mosques.
- Afghan President Targeted In Rocket Attack RFE/RL 10 Jun 2007 -- Taliban militants have claimed responsibility for rockets fired near a gathering attended by President Hamid Karzai in central Afghanistan today.
- Afghan Civilians Aid Police, Coalition AFPS 10 Jun 2007 -- A tip from citizens led Afghan National Police, along with coalition forces, to a munitions cache 15 kilometers southeast of Chamkani in Afghanistan's Paktya province yesterday, military officials said.
Defense Policy / Programs
- USS Frank Cable Reopens Mess Halls Navy NewsStand 10 Jun 2007 -- The crew of the USS Frank Cable (AS 40) no longer has to worry about where they are going to get their meals, or as is the case with many of them, eating the same meals over and over again.
- Kearsarge Successfully Completes Force Protection Exercise Navy NewsStand 10 Jun 2007 -- Sailors aboard the Norfolk-based amphibious assault ship USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) successfully completed an Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection Exercise (ATFPX) June 7.
- LCU Det 1632 Returns Home Navy NewsStand 10 Jun 2007 -- Thirteen Sailors from Utility Landing Craft (LCU) Detachment (Det.) 1632 returned to Naval Amphibious Base Coronado after a nine-month deployment with the USS Boxer (LHD 4) Expeditionary Strike Group May 30.
- Brune Takes Over as "Chargers" Commanding Officer Navy NewsStand 10 Jun 2007 -- Cmdr. Dan W. Brune relieved Cmdr. Grady Banister as the commanding officer of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 26 during a ceremony June 7 at Naval Station Norfolk.
- Press Gaggle by Dana Perino The White House 10 Jun 2007
- Bush Says Any Kosovo Talks Aimed At Independence RFE/RL 10 Jun 2007 -- U.S. President George W. Bush said today during a visit to Albania that any talks on the future status of Kosovo must have the goal of "certain independence."
- Bush says time to grant Kosovo independence RIA Novosti 10 Jun 2007 -- U.S. President George W. Bush said Sunday it was time to grant Kosovo independence pursued by the Balkan region's Albanian majority.
- Vote on Independence for Kosovo Should Move Forward, Bush Says Washington File 10 Jun 2007 -- Many European Union members, as well as the United States and Albania, support U.N. special envoy Martti Ahtisaari's proposal for supervised independence for Kosovo, and now is the time to move forward on the issue, President Bush says.
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