Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
26 November 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 26 Nov 2007 [PDF]
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- Press Conference: Brig. Gen. Ed Cardon, Deputy Commander for Support, Multi-National Division – Central, Nov. 26, 2007 MNF-I 26 Nov 2007
- Transcript: DoD Press Briefing with Col. Farris and Mr. Folmsbee at the Pentagon Briefing Room, Arlington, Va. 26 Nov 2007 -- Presenter: U. S. Army, Commander, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division Col. Don Farris and Embedded Provincial Reconstruction Team Leader Paul Folmsbee
- Nov. 25 airpower summary: F-16s provide overwatch AFPN 26 Nov 2007
- Airmen help establish Iraqi air force AFPN 26 Nov 2007 -- Camp Taji Airmen are helping rebuild the Iraqi air force.
- Coalition Forces Target Enemy in Tigris River Valley AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- Coalition forces detained 10 suspects today during operations targeting al Qaeda networks along Iraq's Tigris River Valley.
- Civil Military Operations Platoon Helps Neighborhood AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- Soldiers from the 2nd Battalion, 32nd Field Artillery Regiment's Civil Military Operations Platoon, stopped at the Daklea Market in Baghdad Nov. 18 to take a census of sorts among the shop owners.
- Brigade Continues to Work With Shiia, Sunni Groups AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- Though the surge has worked, that doesn't mean that extremists - especially Shiia special squads - have been overcome, the commander of the first surge brigade into Iraq said today.
- Rakkasans Kick Off Operation Marne Courageous AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- For some, a wake-up call came in the form of a B-1B bomber dropping its load on a suspected insurgent safe haven in the pre-dawn hours of Nov. 16.
- Reconstruction Teams Seek Long-Range Solutions in Iraq AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- The embedded provincial reconstruction teams in Iraq are looking at long-term solutions to problems in the country that undermine security progress, the chief of the team embedded with the 2nd Brigade of the 82nd Airborne Division said today.
- U.S. Soldiers Train Future Iraqi Police AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- In a dramatic transformation, a courtyard that a year ago was home to insurgent weapons caches designed to inflict destruction and chaos in the Arab Jabour region has become a training ground for a group of potential Iraqi policemen who want to help rebuild and bring order to their community.
- Troop Redeployment Gets Under Way in Iraq AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- The first reduction in American forces in Iraq is under way as the 3rd Brigade Combat Team of the 1st Cavalry Division heads back to Fort Hood, Texas.
- Press Gaggle by Dana Perino and General Douglas Lute, Assistant to the President for Iraq and Afghanistan The White House 26 Nov 2007
- Officials Explain Recoupment Policy for Wounded Troops AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- If you are wounded in combat and discharged as a result, you will not have to pay back your enlistment bonus, Defense Department officials said here today.
- White House Lays Foundation for 'Normal' Iraq Relationship AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- President Bush and Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki have laid the groundwork for defining what a long-term relationship between the two countries will look like, White House officials announced today.
- Troops Want to Come Home, But Want Service in Iraq to Count, Gates Says AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- U.S. troops in Iraq are anxious to come home, but also want to ensure that they don't leave too soon for their efforts to take hold, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said today in Manhattan, Kan.
- US, Iraq Agree to Principles for Future Relationship VOA 26 Nov 2007 -- The United States and Iraq have spelled out basic principles for a future bilateral relationship as a first step to normalizing ties between Washington and Baghdad
- Security Improvements Pave Way for Iraqi Infrastructure Projects AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- The improved security environment in Iraq is creating conditions that promote the large-scale infrastructure projects under way to support Iraq's security forces, a defense official in Iraq told online journalists and "bloggers" today.
- Iraqi Security Forces Grow Better, Stronger AFPS 26 Nov 2007 -- Iraqi security forces are growing stronger and more effective as they take the lead in more operations and continue to recruit and train record numbers to fill their ranks, a top U.S. advisor in Iraq said yesterday.
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