Daily News (182)
Tuesday, 20 April 2010 04:54 Written by by John J. Kruzel- American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON – Ash from an Icelandic volcano limiting European air traffic has forced the U.S. military to reroute some American troops wounded in Afghanistan through Iraq instead of Germany, a military official said today.
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 10:29 Written by Jim Garamone- American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON – The commander of NATO and U.S. troops in Afghanistan said today he is pleased with the progress in the country so far while acknowledging that much more needs to be done.
Monday, 15 February 2010 06:14 Written by American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON – The clearing phase of Operation Moshtarak in the center of Afghanistan’s Helmand province continued yesterday, with combined Afghan and international forces conducting a number of mounted and dismounted patrols, military officials reported.
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 06:05 Written by UK Ministry of Defence
KABUL — The key objectives of Operation Moshtarak, driving out the insurgents and extending the influence of the Afghan Government, are being achieved, despite mine and IED levels higher than anticipated.
Monday, 01 March 2010 10:23 Written by ISAF Public Information Office
MARJAH, Afghanistan - Afghanistan's Second Vice President, Karim Khalili, and Helmand Governor, Mohammed Ghulab Mangal, today visited Marjah in Central Helmand to meet with local residents and Afghan security forces.
Wednesday, 03 March 2010 14:45 Written by John J. Kruzel American Forces Press Service
MANHATTAN, Kan. The nation’s top military officer expressed concern today that U.S. government agencies other than the military have been slow to expand their role in Afghanistan.
Thursday, 07 January 2010 10:41 Written by By Marine Corps Lance Cpl. James W. Clark-Special to American Forces Press Service
CAMP DWYER, Afghanistan – During mid-afternoon on New Year's Day, a sea of men in green, brown and black camouflage uniforms shuffled awkwardly inside a crowded beige tent here.