Friday, January 13, 2006

Coallition Bulletin

Coalition Soldiers Attend 2005 “Teach-In”
Story and photo by Maj. Nameddin Karimov,
Azerbaijan Armed Forces

The Coalition Bulletin covers all the stories contained this bulletin. It is in a pdf file, so it is beyond my knowledge as to how to copy it! The above story is there, so enjoy!

US Central Command Home Page.
Helping Through Health: CJTF-HOA MedCAP Makes Impact.
Story By: USMC Sgt. Brian E. McElaney, December 25, 2005.

AMRAN, Yemen-This is the story of a 2-year old little girl in Yemen who receives medical treatment for free by a Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa Medical Civil Action Plan event in Amran.

New bank opens in Kandahar
Ribbon-cutting symbolizes step toward modernization.
Story by Jon H. Arguello Task Force Bayonet Public Affairs.

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan – The new Da Afghanistan Bank branch held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Dec. 31.

This is a vision of frontward moving, finally. It is a symbol to these people who are weary of all the wars. It states to them, "We are moving forward. We see progress in our government, in our schools, in our structures. It is good."

ANA soldiers learn to maintain medium tactical vehicles.
Story by Army Staff Sgt. Mason T. Lowery
Office of Security Cooperation – Afghanistan Public Affairs

KABUL , Afghanistan - The Afghan National Army met another milestone recently when 19 soldiers graduated from the Medium Tactical Vehicle familiarization course held at the German Maintenance Facility.

The graduation was an important step for the ANA because they recently received 374 vehicles through a contract with International Trucks, formally known as International Harvester.

Special deliveries made to special groups
By Polli Barnes Keller
Gulf Region North
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Mosul, Iraq-This is a story about a woman who saw a need, and she did whatever she could to fill to it. In her area in Iraq, Aziz noticed the clothing, food, and medicine that had been sent for the poor did not reach them. This broke her heart.

When she had an opportunity to do something about it, she did. Not only her, but her family, her friends and their friends, the USA, Churches, all chipped in to do what was they could. The children got shoes, toys, school necessities, and candy! Even corporation chipped in! Great story.

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