24 January 2006 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 24 Jan 2006 [PDF]
- MND-B SOLDIERS KILLED BY ROADSIDE BOMB
- TWO MARINES KILLED IN VEHICLE ACCIDENT
- DoD Identifies Air Force Casualties
- DoD Identifies Marine Casualties
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- CENTAF releases daily airpower summary AFPN 24 Jan 2006 -- U.S. Central Command Air Forces officials released today's airpower summary.
- Soldiers, Marines, Airmen Killed by Roadside Bombs AFPS 24 Jan 2006 -- Roadside bombs claimed the lives of three soldiers, two Marines and two airmen in separate incidents Jan. 22 and 23 in Iraq, officials said today.
- Iraqi, Coalition Troops Capture Terrorists, Weapons AFPS 24 Jan 2006 -- Iraqi and coalition troops have teamed up to capture at least five insurgent fighters and several weapons caches in the past two days.
- Coalition forces uncover large caches, thwart IEDs Army News 24 Jan 2006 -- In a series of separate incidents, multi-national coalition forces disarmed improvised explove devices, uncovered several large weapon caches, and detained four suspected insurgents.
- Slovenia To Join NATO Training Mission in Iraq Washington File 24 Jan 2006 -- The United States welcomes Slovenia's decision to assign four soldiers to the NATO Training Mission in Iraq, the State Department said January 23.
- Defense Department Report, January 24: Interrogator Reprimanded Washington File 24 Jan 2006 -- A military jury issued Army Chief Warrant Officer Lewis Welshofer a reprimand after being found guilty of negligent homicide and dereliction of duty for using an aggressive interrogation technique on an Iraqi general who died while undergoing questioning.
- IRAQ: Insurgent attacks rose in 2005, says US military report IRIN 24 Jan 2006 -- Violence in Iraq rose dramatically in 2005 compared with the year before, noted a report released by the US military on 23 January.
- Iraq: Hussein Trial Postponed After New Chief Judge Appointed RFE/RL 24 Jan 2006 -- The trial of deposed Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, due to resume today, has been postponed until 29 January
- Iraq: Kurds Collect Evidence For More Cases Against Hussein RFE/RL 24 Jan 2006 -- Saddam Hussein is standing trial for just one of many crimes. Like many Iraqis, the Kurdish Regional Government wants other cases brought against the former dictator -- and it is busy gathering the evidence against him.
- Saddam Trial Postponed Til Sunday VOA 24 Jan 2006 -- The trial of ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein and seven co-defendants, which was scheduled to resume Tuesday, has been delayed until Sunday.
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