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U.S. "not technically capable" of detecting WMD

Terrorists are teaming up with narco-traffickers.

Tags: security , embassy ,

Thursday - 09/17/2009, 09:28am EDT

Embassy guard scandal brews in Afghanistan

New allegations have surfaced concerning mismanagement and lewd misconduct among security guards who are supposed to be protecting the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. The charges, leveled by a D.C. based 'good government' group, are prompting new scrutiny of the Armor Group North America diplomatic security contract by the State Department and a Senate oversight committee.

Tags: mngt , security , State Department , U.S. Embassy , Danielle Brian , Sen. Claire McCaskill , Senate Subcommittee on Contracting Oversight

Wednesday - 09/02/2009, 06:38am EDT

A place for pets

When a soldier goes to war, who will care for his or her four-legged friend? A non-profit group in Indiana - Guardian Angels for Soldier's Pet -- will find foster homes for the pets of servicemembers deployed, training, or experiencing hardship. Its founder learned of pets being left at shelters and rescue groups during the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. The pet stays in foster care until the safe return of the servicemember.

Tags: management , Armed Forces Report , Indiana , Iraq , Soldier

Monday - 08/24/2009, 01:25pm EDT

Graduation time at Fort McNair!

Admiral Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, used graduation ceremonies at the National Defense University for a lesson on leadership. Speaking to graduating senior military officials, Mullen says commanders, senior enlisted service members, and junior officers all need different kinds of leadership. Mullen adds that commanders must realize the toll that wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have had on troops and their families. I'm Max Cacas.

Tags: management , Mike Mullen , military

Friday - 06/12/2009, 06:14pm EDT

USO in a Box

Soldiers at Forward Operating Base Shank in Afghanistan recently became the first to experience a new portable recreation center contained in a metal box. It holds a big screen TV, telephones for calls back home, two computers for e-mail access, and three video game consoles. Eventually, ten of the units will be sent to Afghanistan, and ten more to Iraq. Soldiers who have used them call them a "little piece of home." I'm Max Cacas

Tags: management ,

Thursday - 06/04/2009, 09:05pm EDT
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