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Charleston Airmen serve as liaison in Haitian repatriation effort

A small team of officers at Joint Base Charleston was recently called upon to bridge the gap between South Carolina repatriation efforts and Air Force flights transporting Haiti evacuees to Charleston International Airport in South Carolina. For weeks, Air Force space-available airlift had transported evacuees to other areas of the United States, but after an announcement the week of Feb. 7 that flights into Charleston's airport were planned, the need for Airmen to act as an intermediary became apparent. Col.

Marines help injured hiker on California mountainside

Two Miramar Marines put their medical training to work Monday while hiking in the wooded, rocky terrain of the Mount Woodson summit trail in Poway.

What started out as just regular 10-mile hike for Lance Cpls.

Campus shootings, Clemmons tapes show impotency of gun control

Campus shooting, Clemmons tapes show fallacy of gun control

 

Ahmadinejad Warns Against New Sanctions on Iran

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Tehran will act against any new sanctions and is still open to a uranium swap deal. During a news conference in Tehran Tuesday, Mr.

Ukraine Presidential Vote Faces Court Challenge

Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is mounting a formal legal challenge against the results of Ukraine's recent presidential election, amid indications that apparent winner Viktor Yanukovych may be inaugurated as early as February 25. The head of the Yulia Tymoshenko Bloc in parliament, Ivan Kyrylenko, says the prime minister's party will contest the presidential election no later than Tuesday in Ukraine's Supreme Administrative Court. Kyrylenko says his bloc is offering substantive and serious arguments for review by the judicial branch. Ms.

Suspected US Drone Strike Kills 3 in Pakistan

Pakistani officials say a suspected U.S.

IJC Operational Update Feb. 16

An Afghan-international force interdicted three vehicles in three separate engagements, resulting in more than 10 militants killed while pursuing a Taliban commander in Helmand province yesterday. The joint force was sent to a rural area in the Washir District after intelligence information revealed militants were in several vehicles. One of the vehicles drove away and attempted to elude the assault force. As the combined force attempted to stop it, weapons were pointed at the coalition force through the open car windows.