Friday, April 16, 2010

From the Front: 04/16/2010

In today's From the Front: (Click on link to read stories highlighted below) This post is courtesy of The Thunder Run

Katherine Tiedemann: Daily brief: Quetta hospital blast kills 12
Awful, Beautiful Life: You know the saying...
TIM HSIA: On Military Awards and Perceptions of Them
Charlie Simpson's War: Back in Kabul
IraqPundit: Troubling Picture
Bill Roggio: Effectiveness of US strikes in Pakistan "decreased 90 percent" since suicide strike on CIA
Dude in the Desert: 16 April 10
Rajiv Srinivasan: Bachibas
Rajiv Srinivasan: Putting the Seat Down
She Who Waits: Blah.
Joan D'Arc: The Big Bad Wolf
The Torch: Second verse, same as the first
Terry Glavin: The Forgotten Heroes From A Forgotten War
The Unknown Soldiers: Remembering laughter
Wings Over Iraq: On Clarity
Bruce R: On the latest allegations
The Captain's Journal: Withdrawal from Korengal
MAJ JF Sucher, MD: A Whisper
News from the Home Front:
IRS Grants Military Spouses Six-Month Extension to Pay 2009 Tax
Pentagon to adopt uniform rules on guns
Gates orders security fixes after Fort Hood case
VA claims backlog scrutinized
Attacks on Military Computers Cited
Marine Says He'll Continue to Post on Tea Party Facebook Page
AG: US to shut Guantanamo prison ‘as quickly as we can’

News from the Front:
Guardsmen Perform Civic Duties in Iraq

IJC Operational Update, April 16
ANP, Coalition Medics Complete Phase I CLS Program
Up to six dead in attack targeting foreigners in Afghanistan
Afghan troops and foreigners killed in blast
Brits Feared Dead After Afghan Bomb Blast
3 foreigners, 3 Afghan soldiers killed in Kandahar bombings
US targets Pakistanis for funding Al Qaeda, Taliban
Hidden lair of the Taliban
Afghan officials accused of illegally detaining Italians over murder plot
Petraeus says raids on Afghan Taliban leaders on rise
20,000 US troops moved through Russia
Western countries ‘eyeing permanent bases’

The Thunder Run's From the Front is a daily series that highlights news and personal dispatches from the front and the home front.

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