Jan. 8, 2009
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- U.S. Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates hosts an honor cordon arrival ceremony for Georgian Defense Minister Vasil Sikharulidze at the Pentagon, Jan. 8, 2009.
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Foundation Preserves Families' Memories
A former military spouse has created a foundation of photographers that offers free photography sessions to deploying and deployed families.
Disney Offers Special Rates for Military Families
Disney vacations have become more affordable for military people and their families.
Officials Update Reserve, Guard Activation Status
Alaska National Guardsmen Save 167 Lives in 2008
The men and women of the Alaska National Guard are credited with saving 167 lives in Alaska and around the world in 2008.
Guard Begins to Rebuild Louisiana Landmark
A massive reconstruction of the historic Louisiana National Guard headquarters is under way and inching closer to its projected completion date of January 2010.
AROUND THE SERVICES
Army Opens First Military Mobile Phone Web Site
Security Marines Take on Several Tasks in Iraq
USS The Sullivans Sailors Visit Namesake School
Air Force Civilians Earn Presidential Award
Obama Announces Choices For Key Defense Positions
President-elect Barack Obama has announced his choices for four key Defense Department positions: deputy defense secretary, two undersecretary positions and general counsel.
New Year Opens With Iraq Milestones
Iraq has witnessed “some remarkable milestones” already this month, with more on the horizon, Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell said.
Wounded Warriors, Other Gates Priorities To Continue in Next Administration
Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates is pleased by progress in improving care and support for wounded warriors, but plans to implement more, Pentagon Press Secretary Geoff Morrell said.
Nuclear Weapons Management Panel Recommends Changes at Pentagon
Pentagon officials need to bolster internal management systems that address nuclear weapons issues, the leader of a special task force said.
Multinational Task Force Targets Pirates
A new multinational task force is focusing on counter-piracy operations in and around the Gulf of Aden, Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and the Red Sea.
Global Health Key to Improved Security
Mounted Color Guard to Ride in Parade
Troopers of the 1st Infantry Division Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard will ride in the presidential inaugural parade.
Air Force Band Prepares for Mission
Former Attack Site Reopens as School
The Huda Girls’ School in Tarmiyah, Iraq, officially reopened its doors in a ceremony that featured speeches, poems and songs.
Iraqi, U.S. Forces Thwart Terrorist Attacks
Forces Target Bomb Networks, Capture Five
U.S. Troops Train Security Guards
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Iraqi farmers, struggling after decades of neglect, are finding a friend in Army Capt. Suzanne Todd.
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