War News for Saturday, November 22, 2008
The French MoD is reporting the death of a French ISAF soldier from a mine explosion near the Darulaman camp south of Kabul, Afghanistan on Saturday, November 22nd. One additional soldier was wounded in the attack.
Nov. 20 airpower summary:
Iraq Halts 400,000 B/D Oil Flow To Turkey On Pipeline Sabotage:
Turkish pipeline still on fire after attack-source:
Iraq sees Ceyhan pipeline reopened in one week:
Bug-sized spies: US develops tiny flying robots: (We have had these for a long while it’s only coming out in the open now…)
Do you know a severely injured vet who need a home? West Orange Habitat for Humanity is looking for a severely injured combat veteran or a vet’s widow to move into a planned second “Home at Last” house.
Staying Power: Wounded Marines Ordered to do Their Part to Recover: To date, more than 6,600 Marines have received Purple Hearts since the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom. About 1,200 are seriously injured and still on active duty in various stages of their recovery. Baronie is one of the Marine Corps’ nearly 3,000 injured who have returned to active duty. And he is not the only leader in the company who was injured in combat.