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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - February 17, 2018


The Cabal agents who attempted to open up a portal with CERN have escaped.


During their escape, they managed to steal a private jet used by White Hats.


The Alliance is currently tracking them down in Idaho.


Indications suggests they are held up at an old observation post (that has not been in service since the 1950's) and are attempting to contact remnants of the Dark Fleet.


Rogue Cabal elements have contacted the local CIA station chief to protect these agents.


Alliance Ghost Operatives have been deployed to deal with the situation.


Stay tuned for further developments.


The Alliance are currently contacting the Galactics for a plan of action to completely eliminate the Cabal once and for all.


In the mean time, the RV will be on hold until then.


The Alliance's goal is to begin the transition event this month.


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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

General Dunford Arrives in Iraq to Assess Anti-ISIL Accelerants



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Dunford Arrives in Iraq to Assess Anti-ISIL Accelerants

By Jim GaramoneDoD News, Defense Media Activity


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U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Stuart Jones speaks to Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, after Dunford arrived at Baghdad International Airport in Iraq, April 20, 2016. DoD photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Dominique A. Pineiro



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Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, center, speaks to U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Stuart E.Jones, right, and Army Gen. Paul J. LaCamera, chief, Office of Security Cooperation - Iraq, after arriving in Baghdad, April 20, 2016. DoD photo by Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Dominique A. Pineiro

BAGHDAD, April 20, 2016 — On the heels of Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s visit here, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff arrived in Iraq’s capital city today for talks with Iraqi, American and coalition officials.

Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford’s visit seeks to build on that visit and on the momentum in the fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

The Iraqis have pushed back against the terror group, defense officials have said in recent news briefings. Iraqi forces cleared ISIL out of Beiji and Ramadi and, according to today’s briefing by Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman Army Col. Steve Warren, have liberated Hit. The next logical step, officials said, is to retake Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city and the largest city that ISIL still controls.

It is a complicated step, the officials noted. Mosul is a majority Sunni city with a significant Kurdish population. Before ISIL took the city, there were about 2 million Iraqis living there. Officials estimate that the civilian population has shrunk to just under a million -- still a significant population.

ISIL has also had the time to put in place defenses.

Iraqi and Syrian forces have severed the links between Raqqa, Syria -- ISIL’s so-called capital -- and Mosul. Coalition aerial assaults have been successful in supporting indigenous forces and in killing or wounding senior ISIL terrorists.

Training Continues

Coalition forces are also active in training Iraqi, Syrian and peshmerga fighters. Coalition experts have trained more than 20,000 Iraqi and peshmerga soldiers, and there are 3,782 currently being trained in five sites around the country. Trainers come from the United States, Finland, the United Kingdom, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Denmark, Latvia, Belgium, France and Portugal.

This is Dunford’s fourth trip to Iraq since becoming chairman in October. One constant in his trips is his emphasis on putting pressure on ISIL across the board. Syrian and Iraqi military forces must attack in both countries. Political, economic and diplomatic efforts must go hand-in-hand with military operations.

(Follow Jim Garamone on Twitter: @GaramoneDoDNews)

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