27 July 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 27 Jul 2007 [PDF]
- Task Force Lightning Soldier attacked
- Transcript: DoD News Briefing with Col. Twitty from Iraq 27 Jul 2007 -- Presenter: Commander, 4th Brigade Ist Cavalry Division Col. Stephen M. Twitty
- July 26 airpower summary: Fighting Falcons hunt prey AFPN 27 Jul 2007 -- Coalition airpower supported coalition ground forces in Iraq and International Security Assistance Force troops in Afghanistan during operations July 26, according to Combined Air and Space Operations Center officials here.
- Iraq Operations Net Suspected Weapons Smuggler AFPS 27 Jul 2007 -- Coalition forces captured four suspected terrorists believed to receive support from within Iran in a pre-dawn raid in a village in Iraq's Diyala province today.
- Iraqi, Coalition Forces Consolidating Anbar Gains AFPS 27 Jul 2007 -- Iraqi and coalition forces are consolidating gains they have made in Iraq's Anbar province, the coalition's ground commander in the region said today.
- Embedded Provincial Reconstruction Teams Help Rebuild Iraq AFPS 27 Jul 2007 -- Embedded provincial reconstruction teams, known as EPRTs, are helping teach Iraqi businessmen and local officials how to better function as part
- US, Iraqi Troops Clash with Shi'ite Militia in Karbala, 17 Killed VOA 27 Jul 2007 -- The U.S. military in Iraq says about 17 Shi'ite militiamen have been killed in battles with U.S. and Iraqi troops in the southern city of Karbala.
- Balad F-16s destroy terrorist training camp AFPN 27 Jul 2007 -- F-16 Fighting Falcons from the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing here destroyed an al-Qaida training camp southwest of Baghdad July 21.
- Improved Ninewah Security May Mean Fewer U.S. Troops in Future AFPS 27 Jul 2007 -- Insurgent attacks in Iraq's Ninewah province have dropped significantly, and if the trend continues, fewer U.S. troops will be needed in the region, an Army commander in the area said today.
- US Senators and Generals in Rare Disagreement on Iraq Strategy VOA 27 Jul 2007 -- The debate over Iraq policy in the U.S. Congress is increasingly revealing a split between some senior senators and generals to whom the senators usually defer on military matters
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