Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
17 June 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- DoD Identifies Air Force Casualty
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- Task Force Lightning Soldier attacked
- Task Force Lightning Soldiers attacked
- June 16 airpower summary: C-17s deliver power, reach AFPN 17 Jun 2007 -- Coalition airpower supported coalition ground forces in Iraq and the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan in the following operations June 16, according to Combined Air and Space Operations Center officials here.
- FRCSW Sailors Keeping It Cool in Bahrain, Iraq Navy NewsStand 17 Jun 2007 -- Six Fleet Readiness Center Southwest (FRCSW) Sailors are lending their expertise in air conditioning and related equipment to make life a little easier for war fighters at Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD) detachment sites in Bahrain beginning June 1.
- Iraqi, Coalition Forces Detain 52 Suspects, Kill 29 Insurgents AFPS 17 Jun 2007 -- In operations throughout Iraq the past several days, Iraqi and coalition forces killed 29 insurgents, detained 52 suspects, and found various bomb-making material and ammunition, military officials reported.
- Joint Operation Ardennes detains 2 MNF-I 17 Jun 2007 -- Iraqi Security Forces and Fort Richardson Paratroopers conducted a joint raid in Muwayllihah, Iraq, to deny insurgents refuge and prevent them from emplacing improvised explosive devices June 14.
- U.S. Ambassador, General Discuss Effect of Troop Surge on Iraq Washington File 17 Jun 2007 -- Violence in Iraq's capital city, Baghdad, and Anbar province has dropped since the recent U.S. troop surge, according to U.S. officials.
- Sectarian Murders Down in Baghdad, Petraeus Says AFPS 17 Jun 2007 -- Sectarian murders and executions in Baghdad are declining, the commander of U.S. forces in Iraq said today on the "Fox News Sunday" television program.
- IRAQ: Plight of refugees worsens as Syria, Jordan impose restrictions IRIN 17 Jun 2007 -- Scores of Iraqi men, women and children gathered on the pavement of Baghdad's central Salihiyah area waiting for the big grey bus to take them to neighbouring Syria and help them flee their country's violence.
- US Troop Surge in Iraq Completed, Debate Continues VOA 17 Jun 2007 -- The long-awaited U.S. troop surge in Iraq is now complete, but there is little agreement in Washington as to what, if anything, the additional forces can accomplish in a country that continues to be plagued by violence and civil strife
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