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10 April 2010 Military News

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Defense Policy / Programs

  • USS Ingraham Returns from Deployment Navy NewsStand 10 Apr 2010 -- The Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate USS Ingraham (FFG 61) will return to Everett, Wash., April 10 following an independent seven-month deployment in the U.S. 3rd, 5th and 7th Fleet Areas of Responsibility (AOR).
  • Landfill Helps Keep GTMO Clean Navy NewsStand 10 Apr 2010 -- Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (NAVSTA GTMO) is affectionately known as the Navy's largest gated community. Within the 45 square miles that makes up the base, land management is important when processing consumer waste produced by base residents.
  • Bremerton Dedicates New Bachelor Enlisted Quarters Navy NewsStand 10 Apr 2010 -- A ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrated the opening of the brand new, environmentally conscious Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton bachelor enlisted quarters (BEQ) April 7.
  • AIMD Uses AIRSpeed Speed in Effort to Save Time, Money Navy NewsStand 10 Apr 2010 -- USS Abraham Lincoln's (CVN 72) Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Detachment (AIMD) recently began implementing a system to help reduce the cost of shipboard maintenance while simultaneously decreasing the time it takes for parts to get from the shop back to the squadrons.
  • Web-based Tools Allow Sailors to Maintain Personnel Records Navy NewsStand 10 Apr 2010 -- As the Navy phases out enlisted field service records, Sailors can utilize tools such as their Electronic Service Record (ESR) and the Web-Enabled Record Review (WERR) to look over their records to determine if anything is missing or out-of-date.

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Other Conflicts

  • Sudanese polls must be peaceful and credible, UN chief stresses UN News Centre 10 Apr 2010 -- Tomorrow's historic presidential and parliamentary elections in Sudan must be conducted peacefully and credibly, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today, urging the country's Government, electoral authorities and political parties to play their part to ensure the polls take place free of violence or intimidation.
  • Sudanese Head to Polls As Southern Independence Vote Looms VOA 10 Apr 2010 -- Sudanese head to the polls Sunday for what is the first democratic vote in in the country in over two decades. The vote is the final major milestone in a 2005 peace agreement before South Sudan votes on whether to form an independent state.

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