29 November 2007 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 29 Nov 2007 [PDF]
- Small-arms fire hits MND-B Soldier (Baghdad)
- DoD Identifies Marine Casualty
- DoD Identifies Army Casualty
- Nov. 28 airpower summary: B-1B supports OIF, OEF AFPN 29 Nov 2007
- Coalition Troops Detain 12 in Iraq Operations AFPS 29 Nov 2007 -- Coalition forces detained 12 suspects during operations today targeting al Qaeda in central and northern Iraq.
- Reconstruction Team Works to Improve Agriculture for Iraqi Farmers AFPS 29 Nov 2007 -- The Baghdad 5 embedded Provincial Reconstruction Team, attached to the 1st "Ironhorse" Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, is closely coordinating with the Inma Agribusiness Program to work with Iraqi farmers in the region here.
- NMCB 1 Seabees Forming Professional Bonds with their Iraqi Counterparts Navy NewsStand 29 Nov 2007 -- Nearly a month after six seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) 1 were augmented to the 7th Iraqi Division Military Training Team (MiTT) a professional bond has formed with their Iraqi army counterparts.
- F-16 destroys house filled with explosives in Iraq AFPN 29 Nov 2007 -- An F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot launched a bomb to destroy a house-borne improvised explosive device Nov. 25 near Maderiyah in Iraq.
- Air Force MQ-1 crashes in Iraq AFPN 29 Nov 2007 -- An Air Force MQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicle crashed Nov. 29 at approximately 11 a.m. local time.
- Bush to Urge Congress to Approve Supplemental War Funding VOA 29 Nov 2007 -- President Bush wants Congress to give American troops more money for wars in Iraq and Afghanistan
- Iraqi Security Forces Take Huge Steps Forward AFPS 29 Nov 2007 -- Iraqi security forces have taken "huge steps forward" in growing and moving toward independent operations, a senior commander in Iraq said today.
- Hundreds of Refugees Return to Iraq From Syria VOA 29 Nov 2007 -- Several hundred Iraqi refugees have returned to Iraq in a convoy of buses from neighboring Syria.
- IRAQ-JORDAN: New chance of education for Iraqi asylum seekers IRIN 29 Nov 2007 -- Thousands of Iraqi asylum-seekers who were denied education as a result of the turmoil in their own country will now have a chance to finish their studies: Jordan's government has decided to launch new education projects for asylum seekers, according to officials and activists.
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