CBR Weapons and WMD Terrorism News, August 27, 2010
Veterans Offer 'Enormous' Potential
Military veterans bring a wealth of skills and life experience to their communities, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said here yesterday, underscoring his desire to ensure a better future for veterans returning from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
St. Paul Police Dept. Officer Recipient of ATF National Award
Obama Urges Nation to Salute Service in Iraq
President Barack Obama called on the American people today to provide new care, opportunity and commitment to the million military men and women who've served in Iraq.
Duck Hunt Photos – Getting to Greenland
As part of the Coast Guard’s effort to locate a missing World War II air crew, a team has been dispatched to the frozen Greenland ice cap. Getting there was half the battle.
Flournoy Reaffirms Commitment to Bringing MIAs Home
The Defense Department is as committed as ever to bringing home thousands of U.S. servicemembers who remain missing from the Korean War and Cold War conflicts, the Pentagon’s undersecretary of defense for policy said today.
Face of Defense: Football Team Boasts Military Ties
The Springfield Foxes are more than just a central-Illinois semiprofessional football team, thanks to strong military ties.
Pacific Region Militaries Join Humanitarian Community Workshop for Pacific Endeavor
Military representatives from Singapore and U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM) hosted a humanitarian communication workshop for 16 Asia-Pacific nations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) as part of Pacific Endeavor at Changi Command and Control Center at Changi Naval Base, Singapore Aug. 16-27.
Reflections on Katrina – LT Robert “Dave” Lewald
This week marks the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Coast Guard response operations in the aftermath of the storm surpassed that of any previous response with a total of 33,545 persons saved.
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