Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
29 April 2004 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 29 Apr 2004 [PDF]
- UPDATE ON EIGHT SOLDIERS KILLED IN CAR BOMB ATTACK
- Eight Soldiers Killed were Working to Make Roads Safe for Iraqis (Update) [CJTF-7 News Release] April 29, 2004
- Eight Coalition Soldiers Killed in Car Bomb Attack [CJTF-7 News Release] April 29, 2004
- First Infantry Division Soldier Killed, One Wounded [CJTF-7 News Release] April 29, 2004
- Task Force Baghdad Soldier Killed in Attack [CJTF-7 News Release] April 29, 2004
- Soldier Killed in Vehicle Accident [CJTF-7 News Release] April 29, 2004
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- TF DANGER SOLDIERS DETAIN SIX, CONFISCATE WEAPON CACHES CENTCOM Release 29 Apr 2004-- Soldiers from Task Force Danger detained six suspects and confiscated several large weapon caches during three raids in north central Iraq April 28.
- Mortar attack gets quick response in Taji Army News Service 29 Apr 2004-- Four Soldiers of the 39th Brigade Combat Team's Support Battalion were killed April 24 when mortars rained down on Camp Cooke, about 15 miles north of Baghdad.
- Carrier Air Wing 7 Continues Air Support of Combat in Iraq Navy Newsstand 29 Apr 2004-- USS George Washington's (GW) (CVN 73) aircraft exerted pressure on anti-Iraqi forces in the Iraqi city of Fallujah April 28, with repeated bombardments from Strike Fighter Squadrons (VFA) 136 and VFA-131, and Fighter Squadrons (VF) 11 and VF-143.
- CG reflects on Iraqi deployment Marine Corps News 29 Apr 2004-- Maj. Gen. Jon Gallinetti, commander of Marine Corps Air Bases Western Area, held an officer and staff noncommissioned officer professional military education seminar at the MCABWA Headquarters April 21 to reflect on his recent deployment to Iraq.
- Civil Affairs Mission Continues to Grow in Iraq, Afghanistan AFPS 29 Apr 2004 -- Winning the hearts and minds of the Iraqi and Afghan people is much more than just a slogan for the 96th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne).
- IRAQ WRAP VOA 29 Apr 2004 -- U-S military officials in Iraq say some Marine units are preparing to pull back from positions in the strife-ridden city of Fallujah, to coincide with the arrival of Iraqi security forces commanded by former officers of Saddam Hussein's disbanded army. U-S warplanes mounted strikes in Fallujah for a third consecutive day as 10 U-S servicemen were killed elsewhere in the country.
- 10 U.S. Soldiers Killed In Iraq RFE/RL 29 Apr 2004 -- The U.S. military has confirmed that 10 U.S. soldiers were killed today in three separate incidents in Iraq, Western news agencies and CNN television reported.
- Marines, Iraqi police patrol streets together in western Iraq Marine Corps News 29 Apr 2004-- Iraqi police who were trained by Marines just a couple weeks ago are already walking the beat here.
- Lejeune Marines perform in Fallujah Marine Corps News 29 Apr 2004-- Eighteen-year-old Lance Cpl. Justin Tygart checked and rechecked hi gear as the evening sun set here.
- Marine, chaplains, fellow Muslims reopen mosque Marine Corps News 29 Apr 2004-- A center of Islamic faith here was reopened for Muslims looking for a place to worship April 25.
- IRAQ/TRANSITION VOA 29 Apr 2004 -- Senior U-S officials have reiterated the U-S intention to restore sovereignty to Iraqis on June 30th, but say the United States will remain in Iraq as long as it takes to ensure stability.
- POWELL / DENMARK VOA 29 Apr 2004 -- Secretary of State Colin Powell ended a brief European trip with a visit to Copenhagen for talks with Danish officials about Iraq. He was assured that Denmark will maintain that country's 500-strong Iraqi troop presence.
- IRAQ: Interview with Turkish Ambassador to Iraq IRIN 29 Apr 2004 -- Turkey is determined to improve relations with and continue humanitarian work in neighbouring Iraq, despite the rejection last year of Turkish troop deployment by the US-appointed Iraqi Governing Council.
- IRAQ: Aid agencies continue to supply Fallujah and Najaf IRIN 29 Apr 2004 -- As civilians continue to flee fighting between US Marines and insurgents in the central Iraqi city of Fallujah, they seem to be taking some of the conflict with them to surrounding villages, according to a French aid agency worker.
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