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Closing Honduran Air Space

The Honduras Civil Aeronautics General Directorate has decided to close Toncontin Airport. Assistant Director Boris Ferrera indicated that the decision to suspend operations in the country's main airport for 5 days is a measure that can change according to developments in the problem being faced by the country. What that seems to indicate is that the military does not want a plane carrying deposed President Manuel Zelaya to re-enter the country.

Tags: technology , pentagon , Honduras , Aeronautics , Boris Ferrera , Manuel Zelaya

Tuesday - 07/07/2009, 08:08pm EDT

H1N1 in Argentina

A health emergency has been declared in Buenos Aires to help control an outbreak of the deadly H1N1 flu strain that has killed 26 people in the country.

Mayor Mauricio Macri has asked residents to stay at home as much as possible. The health emergency will remain in place until Friday.

The Argentine government says 1600 cases of the new strain of virus, also known as swine flu, which is spreading. Early July is the middle of winter in the southern hemisphere winter.

Tags: technology , pentagon , H1N1 , Buenos Aires , Maurcio Macri , Argentina

Tuesday - 06/30/2009, 06:50pm EDT

Daddy, do you have to go again?

Multiple deployments can be tough on military familes, but they're especially tough on the children. School work suffers, and surveys show behavioral problems increase. The Pentagon tries to help with the Military Family Live Consultant program, which makes counselors available to families. There are resources available online at the Military One Source, Military Homefront and the Military Community and Family Policy websites.

Tags: management , Armed Forces , pentagon , military

Monday - 06/29/2009, 10:55am EDT

Unrest In Ingushetia

The President of the Russian Republic of Ingushetia is in serious condition, but expected to live after an assassination attempt today. One bodyguard and a police officer were killed and three other body guards were seriously wounded. A bomb planted along the road exploded as Yunus-Bek Yevkurov's motorcade passed by. He suffered schrapnel wounds to his head and upper torso and is suffering from burns.

Tags: technology , pentagon , Russian Republic of Ingushetia , Yunus- Bek Yevkurov

Monday - 06/22/2009, 08:41pm EDT

Battling those who would scam our service members

The Pentagon wants members of the armed forces victimized by scam artists in these tough times to know that the Federal Trade Commission wants to help. The FTC's Consumer Sentinel/Military program provides a secure online database where the military can report concerns about identity theft, deceptive lending or mortgage practices. Find a link on http://www.ftc.gov .

Tags: management , pentagon , Federal Trade Commission

Friday - 06/19/2009, 08:02pm EDT

A Chinese - U.S. Run In

A state-run newspaper said Monday that a Chinese submarine's reported collision last week with an underwater sonar apparatus towed by a U.S. destroyer in the South China Sea was likely an accident. The official China Daily cited Chinese military experts as saying that the submarine's collision with the sonar array connected to the USS John S. McCain probably occurred due to a misjudgment of distance. No injuries were reported and the extent of damage to the sonar array was not immediately known.

Tags: management , pentagon , Chinese , John S. McCain

Tuesday - 06/16/2009, 01:28pm EDT

U.S. - Russian Partnership

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates says the possibility of a U.S.-Russian partnership on missile defense have improved because Moscow is becoming more concerned about Iran. The defense secretary told senators Tuesday that U.S. offers to put radar or data exchange centers in Russia are among the options being discussed. Russian and U.S. officials are working intensively on a successor deal to the 1991 Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, or START I, which expires in December. Negotiators are aiming for some results by the time Russian President Dmitry Medvedev hosts President Barack Obama July 6-8 in Moscow.

Tags: technology , pentagon , Secretary of Defense , Robert Gates , Russa , U.S , Iran , Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty , Dmitry Medvedev , Obama

Wednesday - 06/10/2009, 12:08pm EDT

Abuse Allegations Refuted

The Pentagon is challenging a report that alleges new military prison photos show Iraqi prisoner abuse including sexual abuse. Pentagon spokesman Bryan Whitman said Britain's images were "completely miss characterized by Britain's Daily Telegraph." The newspaper reported one of the photos apparently shows an American soldier raping a female prisoner. Other photos reportedly showed acts of abuse using objects including a club and wire.

Tags: technology , pentagon , Britian

Friday - 05/29/2009, 11:25am EDT
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