August, 2006


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JTF-CS hones response with exercise challenges August 17, 2006 — FORT MONROE, Va. – The scenario could be one of your darkest nightmares: a madman driven by an anti-American zealotry has shattered the peace of a major U.S. city. His weapon of choice? An aerosolized MORE

Fort Lewis Soldiers prepared to fight Washington fire August 17, 2006 — Soldiers from Fort Lewis, Wash., assigned to Task Force Blaze completed two days of intensive, hands-on training Aug. 16 to help fight wildland forest fires.The National Interagency Fire Center MORE

Soldiers respond to forest fire August 16, 2006 — More than 500 Soldiers from Fort Lewis, Wash., have responded to the National Interagency Fire Center’s request for military assistance in battling forest fires in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National MORE

U.S. Northern Command assists with wildland firefighting efforts in Washington August 11, 2006 — PETERSON AFB, Colo. – United States Northern Command is preparing to deploy more than 500 active-duty U.S. Army soldiers to the Tripod Complex fire in Washington State to assist with firefighting MORE

USNORTHCOM and NORAD remain vigilant in light of UK activity August 10, 2006 — PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – U.S. Northern Command and North American Aerospace Defense Command officials are monitoring the situation following today’s arrest in the United Kingdom of several MORE

Military Firefighting Assistance Statement from National Interagency Fire Center August 10, 2006 — • Military personnel and equipment are used when national civilian resources are committed to on-going fires or on standby for initial attack and there is the need for further resources. This level of MORE

USNORTHCOM hosts Business Executives for National Security August 4, 2006 — PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. – United States Northern Command leaders met Aug. 2 with members of the Business Response Task Force, a newly formed group of the Business Executives for National MORE

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