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25 March 2004 - Iraq Special Weapons News

Operations
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United Nations
Reconstruction Issues
Foreign Reactions
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Current Operations

  • Transcript: Coalition Provisional Authority Briefing 24 Mar 2004 -- Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt, Deputy Director for Coalition Operations and dan Senor, Senior Adviser, CPA
  • Transcript: Defense Department Operational Briefing 24 Mar 2004 -- Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and Gen. Richard Myers, U.S. Air Force Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • ARMY ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF MENTAL HEALTH ADVISORY TEAM SURVEY Dept. of the Army 25 Mar 2004 -- The Department of the Army announced today the results of the Army's Mental Health Advisory Team (MHAT). At the request of the commanding general, Combined Joint Task Force-7, U.S. Central Command, the Army surgeon general established and dispatched the Mental Health Advisory Team to assess and provide recommendations on Operation Iraqi Freedom-related mental health services, soldier access to those services in theater and after evacuation, and effective suicide prevention measures for Soldiers in active combat.
  • Soldier Killed Investigating Bomb Near Baqubah AFPS 25 Mar 2004 -- A 1st Infantry Division soldier was killed and two others were wounded today by an improvised explosive device near Baqubah, Iraq, according to a Combined Joint Task Force 7 news release.

Deployments

US Policy

United Nations

Reconstruction Issues

  • Iraqi Reconstruction Contract Awarded 24 Mar 2004 -- The Department of Defense announced today the award of one contract to provide construction services under the Coalition Provisional Authority Program Management Office (PMO) within a specific sector.

Foreign Reactions

News Reports

  • IRAQ: New local NGOs set to play greater role IRIN 25 Mar 2004 -- Newly emerging local aid agencies look set to play a greater part in rebuilding Iraqi society as international agencies reduce both staff and projects as a result of ongoing security problems. But many local groups will need help to develop their role, aid workers say.




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