Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
07 December Iraq Special Weapons News
- U.S.-Coalition Offensive Efforts in Iraq Bearing Fruit, Sanchez Says AFPS 07 Dec 2003 -- Recent U.S.-coalition operations against insurgents in Iraq are succeeding, a senior U.S. military commander said today during a briefing from Baghdad.
- IRAQ/SECURITY VOA 07 Dec 2003 -- Attackers in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul targeted a U-S military patrol Sunday, killing one American soldier and wounding two others. The top coalition commander in Iraq is warning that violence could increase in the next six months, as the country prepares for self-rule.
- CELEBRATION BUILDS FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN COALITION, IRAQIS CENTCOM Release 07 Dec 2003-- Coalition soldiers, local patrons and international media danced traditional dances, sang customary songs and ate a feast of both American and Iraqi food as the sun went down on this ancient city. The evening's celebrations ended the Ramadan season and included presentations from Maj. Gen. David H. Petraeus, commanding general, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), and Hatras Mayor Nofil Hamade Sultan.
- "BULLDOG" BRIGADE DETAINS 43, CAPTURES WEAPONS CACHES CENTCOM Release 07 Dec 2003-- Soldiers from Task Force 1st Armored Division's 3rd Brigade Combat Team struck at insurgent elements in the Al Mansor district on the west side of the city Thursday.
- TASK FORCE "ALL-AMERICAN" CONTINUES IMPROVING AL ANBAR PROVINCE CENTCOM Release 07 Dec 2003-- The 82d Airborne Division and attached units, also known as Task Force "All American," continued operations within the Al Anbar Province to provide security and assistance to the Iraqi people. Progress in security is enabling uninterrupted reconstructive efforts. These missions continue to move Iraq toward a free and sovereign nation.
- "ALL AMERICAN" TASK FORCE - Summary of Operations - Dec 7 CENTCOM Release 07 Dec 2003-- The 82nd Airborne Division and attached units, also known as Task Force "All American," continued operations within the Al Anbar province to provide security and assistance to the Iraqi people. These missions continue to move Iraq toward a free and sovereign nation.
- IRAQ / FUTURE GOVERNMENT VOA 07 Dec 2003 -- Two influential U-S senators say the United States must proceed with great care in helping to lay the foundation for a future Iraqi government -- or risk engendering animosity that could imperil U-S objectives in the country.
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