Archive: Nov 2006

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  • Army Changes Preferred Site for Museum

    Nov 30, 2006

    The Army announced today that its new preferred site for the proposed National Museum of the U.S. Army (NMUSA) is adjacent to the intersection of Fort Belvoir's Kingman Road with the Fairfax County Parkway on Ft. Belvoir's north post. The Army had been considering a site on the Engineer Proving Grounds for the location of the museum.

  • ID scanning system to provide increased security at gates

    Nov 30, 2006

    Security guards on Fort Belvoir will be able to spot fake forms of identification and terrorist suspects with the swipe of a scanner at all access points in the near future.

  • Deployment video helps children cope

    Nov 30, 2006

    Children of deployed Soldiers now have a fuzzy, familiar friend to help them understand why their parent must leave them for a while.

  • Restructured Army Reserve command coming to post

    Nov 30, 2006

    Fort Jackson will be home to one of four new Regional Readiness Sustainment Commands, continuing a transformation plan announced last year by the U.S. Army Reserve Command.

  • Piscataway Nation at ATEC / Army-Navy Football

    Nov 30, 2006

  • Planning Conference in Quito

    Nov 30, 2006

    Brig. Gen. Jose Mayorga, US Army South Commanding General, left, and Ecuador Maj. Gen. Tito Manjareez, right, co-directors for Peacekeeping Operations South 07, listen to a brief during the exerciise Initial Planning Conference in Quito, Ecuador on 7 November 2006.

  • General credits training, protective equipment to saving his life

    Nov 30, 2006

    Funny things go through a person's mind while sliding down an asphalt road. While sliding 30 meters at about 35 mph, Brig. Gen. Doyle D. "Don" Broome Jr. said the thought that flashed through his mind as he fell off his motorcycle was, "Boy I wish I had invested in those leather chaps."

  • Search in Hawijah

    Nov 30, 2006

    Iraqi soldiers gain confidence daily and continue taking the lead in operations. In an operation in Hawijah this month, Iraqi troops worked alongside U.S. Soldiers to search for insurgents and IED factories.

  • Fort Riley Soldier saves two civilians, earns Soldier's Medal

    Nov 30, 2006

    Spc. Ronnie Wheat wears a Combat Action Badge, proof he survived a life-threatening encounter while deployed in Iraq. Now he wears a Soldier's Medal, proof the 70th Engineer Battalion Soldier helped save two civilians from a life-threatening accident on a highway between Fort Benning, Ga., and Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.

  • First-ever Purple Heart memorial opens

    Nov 30, 2006

    The oldest U.S. combat medal has a new home of honor on a site where Americans first fought for freedom.

  • Firefighters in action

    Nov 30, 2006

    Firefighters at bases around Iraq work hard to protect lives and property, responding quickly and efficiently to emergencies caused by accidents or insurgent activity.

  • Sgt. Arvella "Red Eagle" Wanbli-Luta quote

    Nov 30, 2006

    in Iraq Nov. 22, 2006, speaking of her tribe's way of life -- the Oglala Lakota in South Dakota.

  • COE Commit

    Nov 30, 2006

  • Ceremonial Color Guard

    Nov 29, 2006

    The ceremonial color guard advances to the front of the formation as part of the 19th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) change of command ceremony Oct. 25 at Camp Walker's Kelly Field.

  • Guard trains alongside Japanese in Rising Warrior

    Nov 29, 2006

    Troops from 2nd Company, 1st Infantry Regiment, Japanese Ground Self Defense Force, form into a "stack" in preparation for entry into a building during a company live-fire exercise, part of Rising Warrior with the Hawaii Army National Guard, Nov. 15.

  • 'Hail to the Chief'

    Nov 29, 2006

    Spc. Aldon Kelly and Pfc. Christina L. Wilson, both from 71st Chemical Company, 8th Theater Sustainment Command, greet President George W. Bush during his 16-hour stopover in Honolulu, which began Monday.

  • Combating Holiday Blues

    Nov 29, 2006

  • COE Demo

    Nov 29, 2006

    770,000 households were displaced by Hurricanes Rita and Katrina. Debris removal is a major Corps of Engineers Mission in New Orleans today, more than a year after the storms. USACE correspondent Mary Doyle reports.

  • U.S. military personnel evacuate 2 women, 2 children in Panama

    Nov 29, 2006

    Army personnel from Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, deployed to Panama as part of a humanitarian disaster task force, evacuated two Panamanian women and a baby from a village where they were stranded due to recent flooding.

  • Humanitarian Assistance: 50 U.S. Troops Provide Aid to Panamanian Flood Victims

    Nov 29, 2006

    SOTO CANO AIR BASE, HONDURAS aEUR" Approximately 50 U.S. military personnel from Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, deployed to Panama as part of a humanitarian disaster task force, at the request of the Panamanian government through the U.S. Embassy in Panama, to provide assistance to Panamanian civilians affected by recent flooding.

  • 6-37 FA qualifies on MLRS Unit

    Nov 29, 2006

    ROCKET VALLEY aEUR" A rocket fired from the launcher screamed over the mountain, shaking up the serenity of the range, as 6-37 Field Artillery conducted a Multiple Rocket Launch System gunnery exercise Oct 17.

  • Soldiers see Gyeonggi-do on cultural tour

    Nov 29, 2006

    The Soldiers were on a Korean Cultural and Industrial tour sponsored by the Gyeonggi Provincial government. The trip was offered free of charge to help give Soldiers an understanding of the Korean culture in which they live.

  • ROK, U.S. Soldiers play joint concert.

    Nov 29, 2006

    For the second year in a row, the 21st Annual Autumn Leaves and Culture Festival kicked off with a joint band concert at Dongducheon Citizens' Hall.

  • Technology Transfers Benefit Warfighter, First Responders

    Nov 29, 2006

    The Defense Department's technology transfer program, which shares newly developed DoD technologies with civilian first responders, benefits both communities in cost effectiveness and mission accomplishment, the DoD official in charge of the program said here today.

  • Bayji Operations Round Up 'Black Jumpsuit' Cell

    Nov 29, 2006

    Eight armored vehicles crept through the narrow city street in Bayji, Iraq, searching for the objective. More than 20 Paratroopers would storm, secure and search the site for their target.

  • AFAP delegates review top Army issues

    Nov 29, 2006

    Delegates at the 24th Army Family Action Plan conference reviewed 68 issues from Army installations throughout the world Nov. 14-17.

  • Maj. Gen. William Caldwell quote

    Nov 29, 2006

  • Soldiers teach Iraqi trainees urban combat skills

    Nov 29, 2006

    The Regional Training Center in Taji has implemented urban warfare training as part of the basic combat training regimen that all Iraqi "jundis," or privates, go through before their assignments throughout the Iraqi Army.

  • Staying combat ready

    Nov 29, 2006

    Between combat deployments, Soldiers stationed worldwide fine-tune their warrior skills and study lessons learned on the battlefield.

  • Secretary of Army visits 173rd Soldiers, Vicenza

    Nov 28, 2006

    Secretary of the Army, the Honorable Francis Harvey, meets with senior non-commissioned officers of the Southern European Task Forces and the 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team during his visit to Caserma Ederle Nov. 20.

  • USAREUR Chaplain addresses K-town's Thanksgiving event

    Nov 28, 2006

    Chaplain (Col.) Donald Rutherford, USAREUR and 7th Army command chaplain, shared personal experiences and related how Thanksgiving is especially meaningful for military members and their families Nov. 21 at the U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern Community Thanksgiving Prayer Luncheon at the Armstrong Community Club on Vogelweh Housing in Kaiserslautern.

  • Schutzenschnur exemplifies U.S.-German partnership

    Nov 28, 2006

    In the spirit of marksmanship training and partnership, the German army Noncommissioned Officer's Academy in Weiden hosted U.S. Army, Europe Soldiers in a Schutzenschnur shooting competition Nov. 16.

  • Wiesbaden community welcomes home 7 units

    Nov 28, 2006

    The 3rd Corps Support Command hosted a Welcome Home Ceremony 11 a.m., Nov. 17, for Wiesbaden community Soldiers who recently redeployed from Operation Iraqi Freedom. Brig. Gen. Michael Lally, commanding general, 3rd COSCOM, spoke at the event honoring more than 600 Soldiers and civilians from Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 3rd COSCOM; Special Troops Battalion; 19th Support Center; Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 27th Transportation Battalion (MC); 626th Movement Control Team; Bravo Detachment, 55th Personnel Services Battalion and 1st Tactical Unmanned Ariel Vehicle Platoon, Charlie Company, 501st Military Intelligence Battalion.

  • Mechanics + pilots = winning team

    Nov 28, 2006

    Mechanics and pilots work closely together to keeping their helicopters flying and supporting the troops on the ground.

  • Silhouettes of courage

    Nov 28, 2006

    Pfc. Kyle Mitchell was at a roadside checkpoint in Kirkuk Province, Iraq, Nov. 15, 2006. The next day, he was in neighboring Patika Province, working hard from dawn to sunset, to bring peace and stability to Iraq.

  • Fort Carson Soldiers bring hope to Iraqis

    Nov 28, 2006

    In recent weeks, the al Doura district of the Iraqi capital has been a hotbed of activity, the epicenter of a power struggle between terrorists and the Iraqi people.

  • Army to battle Navy in 107th America's Classic

    Nov 28, 2006

    One of the most revered rivalries in all of sports will be revisited Saturday when Army and Navy battle for the 107th time. AKO will provide live-streamed coverage of the Army-Navy game Dec. 2, so Soldiers and Army civilians worldwide can view it.

  • 'Blacksmith' Soldiers blow off steam, build morale

    Nov 28, 2006

    Life around Forward Operating Base Warhorse includes more than work as members of the "Blacksmith" battalion proved during a company-wide fun day Nov. 26.

  • ARNORTH fine-tunes disaster response

    Nov 28, 2006

    U.S. Army North completed a weeklong Defense support of civil authorities exercise Nov. 19 in Sacramento, Calif.

  • All-American Bowl celebrates All-American athletes, communities

    Nov 28, 2006

    Army All-American Bowl athletes and their Soldier-supporters are gearing up for a community relations program that unites them on and off the field.

  • Soldiers pull security, EOD keeps streets safe

    Nov 28, 2006

    In a matter of minutes, Soldiers from 1st Platoon, Battery B, 1st Battalion, 7th Field Artillery, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, are geared up and mounted in their up-armored trucks ready for their mission out of Camp Liberty, Iraq. The platoon's mission aEUR" provide security for the explosive ordnance disposal team while they work keeping other Soldiers safe.

  • Go Army!

    Nov 28, 2006

    Soldiers, midshipmen and Army fans everywhere are gearing up for one of the most revered rivalries in all of sports. On Saturday, Dec. 2, Army will do battle with Navy on the gridiron for the 107th time. The game will be streamed live on AKO for Soldiers and Army civilians to view worldwide.

  • Happy to be in Pits

    Nov 28, 2006

    The No. 01 U.S. Army pit crew took top honors in Sunday's Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, capturing the Checkers/Rally's Double Drive-Thru Challenge.

  • First Arctic Wolves return to Alaska after 16 months in Iraq

    Nov 28, 2006

    Two days after Thanksgiving, the families of the 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team had a lot to be thankful for as three planeloads of the 'Arctic Wolves' returned from a 16-month deployment to Iraq.

  • Realistic Exercise

    Nov 28, 2006

    Firefighters from the 435th Civil Engineering Squadron remove Sgt. Joshua Montabano, 15th Transportation Detachment, from the scene of a simulated explosion during an accident response exercise at Rhine Ordnance Barracks, Germany.

  • Army takes proactive strides to manage combat stress

    Nov 28, 2006

    When Sgt. Dartagnan Baker returned to Oahu in 2005 from his first deployment to Iraq, he remembered the unforgiving traffic on H-1, but he now finds it to be overwhelming and startling.

  • U.S. military operations evolve as Afghan Army becomes more capable

    Nov 28, 2006

    U.S. military operations and missions have changed since the early days of Operation Enduring Freedom and will continue to change as the Afghan National Army becomes a more capable and respected force.

  • Building Friendship

    Nov 28, 2006

    2nd Lt. Joseph Sparks reads a math textbook with a teacher at Kahnarbat Primary School in Al Alabara, Iraq, during a visit designed to help Soldiers develop relationships with local residents. Sparks is from the 12th Infantry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division.

  • Gen. John P. Abizaid quote

    Nov 28, 2006

  • 1st Cav. Div.'s 'Amber Tight' rocks for troops

    Nov 28, 2006

    Rock 'n' roll, country, or rhythm and blues - the 1st Cavalry Division Band plays it all.

  • Traveling Infantry BNCOC

    Nov 28, 2006

  • Scouts stop suspected weapons smuggler

    Nov 27, 2006

    First Infantry Division Soldiers put a suspected weapons smuggler out of business when they met him at his doorstep late Nov. 22.

  • Thousands of servicemembers to benefit from settlements

    Nov 27, 2006

    Life insurance companies are being held accountable for their improper sales practices to military members.

  • Soldiers, families brave holiday season without loved ones

    Nov 27, 2006

    While a time of good tidings for many, for others, the blitz of holiday cheer that starts bombarding the public shortly after Halloween can lead to a serious case of the blues, particularly for people separated from family and friends.

  • Army takes proactive strides to manage combat stress

    Nov 27, 2006

    When Sgt. Dartagnan Baker returned to Oahu in 2005 from his first deployment to Iraq, he remembered the unforgiving traffic on H-1, but he now finds it to be overwhelming and startling.

  • Artillery Fire Mission

    Nov 27, 2006

  • Sharing Thanksgiving

    Nov 27, 2006

    A Soldier from the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team cuts a piece of pie for an Iraqi soldier during a traditional Thanksgiving meal at Combat Outpost Resolve in Mosul. Iraqi soldiers contributed to the meal by providing traditional Iraqi food such as rice, meat and dates, flat bread and tea.

  • Happy to be in Pits

    Nov 27, 2006

    The No. 01 U.S. Army pit crew took top honors in the Nov. 26 Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, capturing the Checkers/Rally's Double Drive-Thru Challenge. The award, which recognizes the unsung heroes in the sport, is presented to the team that spends the least amount of time on pit road.

  • Command Sgt. Maj. William J. Gainey quote

    Nov 27, 2006

  • Soldiers work with Afghan Army to fortify, instill discipline

    Nov 27, 2006

    As winter tightens its grip on Afghanistan, U.S. Soldiers are striving to fortify their Afghan National Army counterpart units and instill professional discipline to keep the Afghan soldiers on duty year-round. "Traditionally, they all go home in winter," said Sgt. Maj. Bryan Gran, operations sergeant major for Task Force Iron Graze. "We've got to try to get them away from that."

  • 'Arctic Wolves' head home from Iraq

    Nov 27, 2006

    The Arctic Wolves are returning to Alaska after 16 consecutive months of operations here.

  • Soldiers share Thanksgiving tradition with Iraqis

    Nov 27, 2006

    In 1620, natives of England sailed to the Americas in hopes of a better future, but suffered a devastating first winter. At the beginning of the following fall, 46 of the original 102 Pilgrims who sailed on the Mayflower to America had died, making the harvest of 1621 a special occasion to the survivors.

  • Kirkuk Hospital, Clinics Receive Medical Supplies

    Nov 22, 2006

    Soldiers from the 25th Infantry Division delivered medical supplies and equipment to the Kirkuk General Hospital in Iraq. Supplies were running dangerously low.

  • Up, Up and Away

    Nov 22, 2006

    The tiny Raven unmanned aerial vehicle provides Soldiers with eyes in the sky. The Raven can spot terrorists setting IEDs and has been credited with saving lives.

  • Under Fire in Paktika

    Nov 22, 2006

    U.S. Soldiers in Afghanistan have no respite during the holiday season as they work hard to bring peace and stability to the country.

  • Sharing Smiles

    Nov 22, 2006

    1st Lt. Serena Merrill, from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, meets Iraqi children during a visit to the Yusufiyah marketplace.

  • AAFES to give military families opportunity to bag $50,000 in shopping sprees

    Nov 22, 2006

    To help military shoppers from going into the red this Aca,!A"Black FridayAca,!' weekend, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) will provide an opportunity for servicemembers to win one of ten $5,000 shopping sprees. According to the National Retail Federation, the average American shopper is expected to spend nearly $800 on gifts this holiday season. During what is traditionally some of the busiest shopping days of the year, customers who stop by their exchange Nov. 23-26 can enter to win part of $50,000 in shopping sprees through the SONY/ Military StarSM sweepstakes.

  • LTG Eikenberry Afghanistan

    Nov 22, 2006

  • Operation Santa Claus / Holiday Safety

    Nov 22, 2006

  • Referral Bonus / Holiday Mailing

    Nov 22, 2006

  • Command Sgt. Maj. William J. Gainey quote

    Nov 22, 2006

  • Staying safe while staying in touch

    Nov 22, 2006

    FORWARD OPERATING BASE PROSPERITY, Iraq (Army News Service, Nov. 21, 2006) Aca,!" Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, have only been on Camp Prosperity for about a week, and already, Soldiers are using every resource available to make contact home. Leaders from the Black Jack Brigade uphold the importance of calling home, writing letters and e-mails and using the Internet to update blogs, but there are quiet reminders everywhere you go on the camp to uphold operational security. Whether itAca,!a,,cs posters in the call center or friendly reminders from leaders, OPSEC is a brigade priority.

  • Deployed troops get early gift with reduced rates for calls home

    Nov 22, 2006

    The holidays are coming early for deployed Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen using 550-Unit Military Exchange Global Prepaid phone cards to call home from Army & Air Force Exchange Service's (AAFES) phone centers in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait. Troops who pick up 550-unit cards at any of the 53 BX/PXs or 32 Imprest Fund activities in Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom will see per minute charges reduced by 13 percent when placing calls from AAFES phone centers from Nov. 22 to Dec. 25.

  • New Iraq-Zakros Primary School to Open in Kirkuk

    Nov 22, 2006

    Construction of a $269,000 primary school that will educate approximately 300 children began in a newly developed area of Kirkuk, Iraq. Working through the Provincial Reconstruction Development Council and the local maneuver unit, the 25th Infantry Division, the Governorate of Kirkuk requested the construction of a permanent facility to replace the tent school in Zakros.

  • 2006 Shingo Awards

    Nov 22, 2006

    SecArmy Harvey presents the Shingo Award.

  • Afghan defense minister thanks U.S. Soldiers

    Nov 22, 2006

    AfghanistanAca,!a,,cs defense minister thanked the United States Nov. 21, for its steadfast support for his country, specifically recognizing the U.S. troops who have served and sacrificed there.

  • Presidential Briefing

    Nov 22, 2006

    Staff Sgts. Adam Niel Harrington, Keith Alan Burnette and Buffy Lea Rider demonstrate to President Bush how remains of service members missing in action are identified, during the president's visit to Vietnam. The Soldiers are members of the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command's field operations unit in Hanoi.

  • Aaron Tippin to spend Thanksgiving in Afghanistan

    Nov 22, 2006

    Country star Aaron Tippin will spend the Thanksgiving holiday with troops deployed overseas. Tippin left for Afghanistan Nov. 18 and will perform for the troops stationed there through Nov. 27. HeAca,!a,,cll perform music from his new album, Aca,!A"Now & Then,Aca,!' as well as his well-known hits. This will be his second Thanksgiving tour sponsored by Stars for Stripes and U.S. Army, Europe.

  • Army Spirit

    Nov 22, 2006

    Soldiers cheer for their favorite football teams and share their patriotic warrior spirit with the fans.

  • Turkish Turkeys'

    Nov 22, 2006

    Soldiers from the 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division stop for a line of turkeys crossing the road in Mosul, Iraq, Nov. 3, not far from the Turkish border where the gobblers may have originated.

  • Lt. Gen. H Steven Blum quote

    Nov 22, 2006

  • Troops to get holiday meals

    Nov 22, 2006

    The holidays are going to be a little bit tastier for warfighters serving in Iraq and Afghanistan thanks to a team of scientists at Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center. More than 6,000 meals, consisting of turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, stuffing, vegetables, cranberry jelly, snacks, desserts and beverage mixes, are on their way to provide a Thanksgiving meal for forces that are operating in remote areas.

  • Completing the Circle

    Nov 21, 2006

    There's joy in the Vasquez family this Thanksgiving. Since 9/11, members of the Vasquez family have been deployed overseas or on Army training missions at various times and someone was always missing at get togethers. Now, the family is happily reunited and counting their blessings.

  • Soldiers bring cheer to others during holiday season

    Nov 21, 2006

    As Americans count their blessings this holiday season, Soldiers and other members of the armed forces are busy helping to make others happy around the globe.

  • Army Bull Riding

    Nov 21, 2006

    Army Bull Riding with Mike Lee.

  • Korea opens first barracks, DFAC complex

    Nov 21, 2006

    The largest and first barracks with dining facility complex opened at Camp Humphreys Nov. 9.

  • Mechanics Make Quick, Smooth Transition in Baghdad

    Nov 21, 2006

    Mechanics from the 2nd Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, took over operations from the 4th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division (Mechanized), almost immediately after arriving at Forward Operating Base Prosperity in Baghdad.

  • Country superstar 'hooks up' wounded warriors

    Nov 21, 2006

    Country music superstar Toby Keith rocked the stage, and a few SoldiersAca,!a,,c world, at a private concert Sunday for 14,000 Texas Ford truck owners and about 500 servicemembers at the AT&T Center in downtown San Antonio.

  • Afghan, U.S. Soldiers engage in realistic training

    Nov 21, 2006

    A week-long exercise at several U.S. bases is preparing 82nd Airborne Division troops and their Afghan, International Security Assistance Force, interagency and non-governmental organization partners for their upcoming deployment to Afghanistan.

  • Soldier's 'Field Artillery' imagery scores in Army Arts & Crafts

    Nov 21, 2006

    A Soldier combined her military experience and passion for art to win several awards in the 2006 Army Arts and Crafts Contest.

  • Mission Possible

    Nov 21, 2006

    Soldiers from the 42nd Civil Support Team, Aca,!A"decontaminateAca,!' a building during a weapons of mass destruction exercise in Enka, N.C.

  • Under 'Attack'

    Nov 21, 2006

    A Soldier from 1st Battalion, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Infantry Division reacts to a mock IED attack during situation training at Fort Irwin, Calif.

  • Fort Bragg Soldier designs unit crest

    Nov 21, 2006

    Unit crest designs symbolize unitsAca,!a,,c traditions, history and specialties. Some have been around for almost a hundred years and their original designers are long forgotten.

  • Army scientists to discuss changes, assess future needs

    Nov 21, 2006

    Scientists and engineers from across the world will gather next week to celebrate the 25th biennial Army Science Conference and its 50-year contribution to scientific research, education and technology.

  • Targeting IED Source

    Nov 21, 2006

    Soldiers from Company A, 1st Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment conduct a raid on a warehouse complex suspected of containing IED-making materials used in recent attacks in Buhriz Province, Iraq.

  • Maj. Gen. Jason Kamiya quote

    Nov 21, 2006

  • DIMHRS brings self-service capabilities to Soldiers

    Nov 21, 2006

    The Army plans to transform the way it manages its human resources by launching the Defense Integrated Military Human Resources System in early 2008.

  • Defense Agency Delivers Logistics Support to Warfighters

    Nov 20, 2006

    Whether itAca,!a,,cs an infantryman in Iraq needing a new firing pin for his rifle or a fighter pilot on a carrier in the Persian Gulf who needs to replace a cracked landing strut, the Defense Logistics Agency stands ready to support warfighters worldwide, the organizationAca,!a,,cs director said in a recent interview.

  • Baghdad Teaching Hospital Aids Infant Survival

    Nov 20, 2006

    The cries of a newborn never sounded so sweet, though a tough journey still lies ahead of the five-week-old infant. The fact the child still breathes is living proof of progress.

  • Baghdad Teaching Hospital aids infant survival

    Nov 20, 2006

    Baghdad Teaching Hopital, run by Soldiers, aids infants and newborns and also sees many of the victims of sectarian violence.

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