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ISLAMIC STATE THUGS NOW HIDE AMONG CIVILIANS

Terror Group Adapting to American Air Strikes
By SOF

After at least fifteen air strikes from F/A-18, F-15E. and F-16 fighters and MQ-1 Predator drones, American forces have not been able to weaken the Islamic State (IS), formerly known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) or the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Worse, the terrorist group may be adapting to the pin-prick strikes that the United States has launched.

ALABAMA FALCONS AT BAGRAM AIR BASE

IMPORTANT VETERANS CRISIS LINE INFO

This Information Could Save A Vet's Life!
By SOF

There is a crisis hotline for veterans or their friends and family run by the Department of Veterans Affairs. The hotline is at (800) 273-8255, select option 1. This hotline is not only for veterans, but for friends and family who are concerned about a veteran. These resources could help save the life of someone who risked all for this country, and avoid a tragedy like that involving Academy Award-winning actor Robin Williams.

IRAQ HURTLING TO CHAOS

Possible Coup, More Airstrikes Mark Weekend
By SOF

Iraq was rocked by chaos over the week as the United States launched more air strikes against Islamic militants with the Islamic State, which has also been known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) or the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL). But Iraq was also rocked by a possible coup.

AIRSTRIKES AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE

Hornets Strike Terror Group’s Artillery
By SOF

The United States military launched its first airstrikes against the Islamic State (formerly known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) at 6:45 AM this morning. The strikes came hours after Barack Obama authorized the military to carry out such strikes.

KIOWAS KEEP WATCH OVER TROOPS

The OH-58’s Last Hurrah?
By SOF

At first glance, the OH-58 Kiowa Warrior doesn’t look like much. Yet this helicopter has proven themselves in combat in four major wars. In fact, it has managed to outlast three attempts to replace it.

AIRDROPS TO IRAQI CHRISTIANS?

Airstrikes Also Being Considered
By SOF

Airdrops are under consideration to aid Yazidi Christians who fled the advance of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), now trapped in a mountain region, are facing death. This comes as ISIS has seized the Mosul Dam.

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NEW DETAILS ON GENERAL’S SLAYING

Maj. Gen. Harold J. Greene Killed Yesterday
By SOF

New details have emerged in the slaying of Major General Harold Greene, who died as the result of a “green on blue” attack at a military academy west of Kabul. Greene was the highest-ranking officer to be killed by hostile action since Lt. Gen. Timothy Maude died in the attack on the Pentagon on 11 September, 2001.

GENERAL KILLED IN INSIDER ATTACK!

Two-Star General Reported Killed
By SOF

An American major general has reportedly been killed in an attack carried out by someone wearing an Afghan Army uniform at a military base in Afghnaistan. If so, this would be the highest-ranking officer killed in a “green on blue attack.” The attacker was reportedly killed.

HELP FOR THE TERPS!

Congress Acts to Extend, Expand Interpreter Visa Program
By SOF

Interpreters who are seeking to leave Afghanistan as American forces are being pulled out got some help from the United States Senate Friday. The legislation grants an additional 1,000 visas as well.

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DEFENSE STRATEGY DANGEROUSLY UNDERFUNDED

Congressional Panel Sounds Warning
By SOF

The United States military faces “high risk” as a result of the failure to provide enough funding to execute the strategy to “pivot” towards Asia. This is among the findings of the National Defense Panel, led by William Perry, a former Secretary of Defense in the Clinton Administration, and former CENTCOM commander John Abiazad.