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07 March 2009 Military News

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  • Mullen Praises Military Cooperation Between Mexico, U.S. AFPS 07 Mar 2009 -- The combined capabilities and military cooperation between Mexico and the United States can defeat the drug cartels that plague both countries, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in Mexico City yesterday.
  • ER Team practices response drills Army News 07 Mar 2009 -- The Joint Base Balad Emergency Response Team and Army postal service workers conducted training response drills to suspicious substances discovered in packages at the Joint Military Mail Terminal here Feb. 5-6
  • Security Squadron Ready to Deploy Anytime. Anywhere. Navy NewsStand 07 Mar 2009 -- Maritime Expeditionary Security Squadron (MSRON) 3 will mobilize in March, taking with them police officers, corrections officers, a human resources manager, a business owner, a commercial airline pilot and even a teacher as they embark on a deployment to Southwest Asia and Rota, Spain.
  • Second Fleet Ships Conduct Irregular Warfare Training Navy NewsStand 07 Mar 2009 -- Second Fleet will conduct Fleet Irregular Warfare Training in the vicinity of the Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center (AUTEC) and in the Jacksonville Operating Areas March 9-16.
  • Damage Assessment on USS Port Royal Nearly Complete Navy NewsStand 07 Mar 2009 -- The Navy has completed a majority of its damage assessment of USS Port Royal (CG 73), which ran aground a half-mile off Honolulu Airport's Reef Runway Feb. 5.
  • Russian FM Lavrov against arms race in space, wants efforts united RIA Novosti 07 Mar 2009 -- Russia's foreign minister said Saturday that an arms race in outer space is inadmissible and called on other world powers to unite efforts in countering missile threats.
  • New Russia-U.S. arms treaty should cover delivery vehicles - Lavrov RIA Novosti 07 Mar 2009 -- A new Russian-U.S. arms reduction treaty that will replace the START-1 treaty expiring in December should limit delivery systems as well as nuclear warheads, the Russian foreign minister said Saturday.

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