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First Libyan colonel qualifies for US Air War College
Times of Oman

First Libyan colonel qualifies for US Air War College

Colonel Nasser Bousnina, previously the post revolution acting Commander Benghazi Benina AFB, has become the first ever Libyan Air Force officer in history to qualify from the prestigious US Air War College in Montgomery, Alabama in 2016. The ... Times of Oman, 2 weeks ago

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Smith served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. After the service, he enrolled in college, graduating in 1957 with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Husbandry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
 Western Livestock Journal1 week ago

Syria: UK wants ICC probe of alleged Russian war crimes

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says air strikes on hospitals in besieged Aleppo city are deliberate. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has given his backing to French calls for an International Criminal Court investigation into alleged ...
 Al Jazeera2 weeks ago

The whole point of armed forces across the world is to avoid war

By Anjali Ojha India plays an important role in establishing peace in the region, a senior officer of Britain's Royal Air Force (RAF) has said, even as he stressed that the armed forces are essentially meant to avoid war. "India has an ...
 Day After India2 weeks ago 'The whole point of armed forces across the world is to avoid war'  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago

BT's New, Faster Internet Is Already Too Slow for Its Rivals

East of Ipswich, on a former Royal Air Force base where World War II aces once took off to fight the Luftwaffe, British telecommunications provider BT Group Plc is testing what it calls the near future of broadband. By the end of the year, ...
 Bloomberg2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Retired soldiers ready for battle in case war breaks out between India and Pakistan

Air Chief Marshal NAK Browne (left) interacting with Air Vice Marshal Upkarjit Singh (right) | Sathya Keerthi HYDERABAD: They might have hung their boots in their service to the nation when they touched 60 but these retired officers of the Indian ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Reporter who quit on air to fight for pot legalization faces decades in prison

Pending trial of Charlo Greene raises questions about the war on drugs and could have broader legal implications as more states move towards legalization Update | 29 September 2016: The most recent charges against Charlo Greene in her marijuana case ...
 The Guardian3 weeks ago Reporter who quit on air faces decades in prison in pot case  MSN Australia3 weeks ago Ex-TV reporter faces 54 years in marijuana case  MSN News US3 weeks ago
Times of India

IAF plane hovers low for 2 hours, Bhopal war-struck

BHOPAL: On Tuesday morning, there was a hum and rumble in the air. Soon, it turned into a roar and the sound was deafening. Citizens rushed to rooftops, flung open windows and even slammed brakes on vehicles on arterial roads to catch a glimpse of ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Humphrey Hawksley -- 'Avoiding war with China 101' tops naval college agenda

Naval chiefs from more than 80 countries are gathering in the U.S. this week to discuss issues and concerns that will put the increasingly tense South China Sea dispute center stage. In the background is the growing specter of outright conflict ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago Commentary: Humphrey Hawksley -- 'Avoiding war with China 101' tops naval college agenda  Nikkei Asian Review1 month ago

Remembering the 1965 Indo-Pak war: the year that shattered my innocence

I was all of 10 years old in 1965; a thin, scrawny boy well into his second term at Mayo College, Ajmer. Life was innocent and blissful. It revolved around the next meal (you have to be in a boarding school to understand), avoiding having to drink the tepid ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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