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Admiral Stravidis took the salute at Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo on August 23.
27 Aug 2010
The Supreme Allied Commander Europe, Admiral James G. Stavridis, took the salute at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo on August 23.
NATO aircraft to depart with more relief goods to Pakistan
27 Aug 2010
An Antonov 124 transport aircraft will depart the Leipzig/Halle airport in Germany this Friday, 27 August carrying around 100 tons of relief goods to Islamabad. It will deliver power generators and water tanks donated by Germany, as well baby food donated by a non-governmental organisation. The transport aircraft lease is a contribution by Germany to the overall NATO effort to airlift humanitarian aid to Pakistan.
Italian Carabinieri have trained 9000 Iraqi Federal Police
26 Aug 2010
– Since their mission began in 2007, the Italian Carabinieri have trained 8,296 Iraqi Federal Police, plus another 530 Iraqi policemen who are currently taking part in the 14th Leadership Training Course in Baghdad.
NATO and Indian Counter-Piracy Task Force Commanders Meet
24 Aug 2010
The Commander of NATO's counter-piracy task force, Commodore Christian Rune, Royal Danish Navy, met with the Commander of the Indian counter-piracy task group, Captain S. Srikant, Commanding Officer of INS DELHI yesterday.
Official Visit to Partner Nation Austria
23 Aug 2010
Admiral James Stravridis, the Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR), visited Partner Nation Austria on the invitation of the Chief of Defence Staff of the Austrian Armed Forces, General Edmund Entacher.
Hungary providing support for the NTM-I in preparing Iraqi senior officers
23 Aug 2010
– Two senior officers from the Iraqi Prime Minister's National Operations Centre (PM NOC) visited the Hungarian Ministry of Defence (MoD) Administration Bureau and the Ministry of Interior (MOI) National Crisis Centre on 15 August, 2010.
NATO aircraft departs with relief goods to Islamabad
22 Aug 2010
A NATO Trainer Cargo Aircraft departed Geilenkirchen airbase in Germany on Sunday 22 August with humanitarian aid to Pakistan. It will deliver relief goods such as water pumps, power generators and tents. The goods were donated by the Republic of Slovakia.
Training courses celebrate graduates in Afghanistan
20 Aug 2010
This week has seen the successful completion of a number of training courses. On Tuesday, 17 August, graduation ceremonies for 419 Afghan Border Patrolmen (ABP) took place at the Lonestar Afghan Border Patrol training site, Nangarhar Province.
Combined Operation Breaks Up Illegal Taliban Detention Compound
18 Aug 2010
Multiple intelligence sources and tips from Afghan citizens led to a combined Afghan and coalition force operation Tuesday that found 27 Afghan men who were held prisoner illegally by the Taliban in a makeshift prison compound near Musa Qaleh, Helmand province.
Gen. Petraeus Talks to "Meet the Press"
17 Aug 2010
Read the transcript of Gen. Petraeus' interview with David Gregory. The interview took place in Afghanistan on August 15, for a special edition of MEET THE PRESS.
UN Report Shows Rise In Civilian Casualties
11 Aug 2010
The number of civilians killed or injured in Afghanistan has jumped 31%, despite a fall in the number of casualties caused by Nato-led forces. More than 1,250 civilians were killed in the first six months of 2010 and another 1,997 civilians were injured, the latest UN six-monthly report shows.
Afghan National Army reaches strength ahead of schedule
11 Aug 2010
In a positive development for the country's rapidly expanding security capability, the Afghan National Army announced August 10 at the Ministry of Defense that it reached the benchmark strength of 134,000 soldiers two months ahead of schedule.
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