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The advisor

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Title:
The advisor
Uniform Title:
Advisor (Baghdad, Iraq)
Place of Publication:
Baghdad, Iraq
Publisher:
Multinational Security Transition Command - Iraq
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Frequency:
Weekly
regular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
volumes : digital, PDF file ;

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2003-2011 ( fast )
Iraq War, 2003-2011 -- Newspapers ( lcsh )
Iraq ( fast )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
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Newspapers ( fast )

Notes

Language:
Most issues available in English and Arabic
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1 (11 Sept., 2004)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased with Special edition, final issue (10/01/2011).
General Note:
"Multinational Security Transition Command Iraq's official weekly command information reporter."
General Note:
Title from caption.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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This item is a work of the U.S. federal government and not subject to copyright pursuant to 17 U.S.C. §105.
Resource Identifier:
57664551 ( OCLC )
ocm57664551

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United States Forces-Iraq May 2010

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2 Deputy Commanding General (Advising and Training) Public Affairs Officer Public Affairs Staff Advisor Editor Translator Arabic-Edition Content Editor The Advisor Contents of this publication are not The Advisr A monthly publication of the United States Forces-Iraq, DCG (A&T) USF-I, DCG (Advising and Training) Facebook page: May In This Issue:4 New Iraqi emergency dispatch center opens6 English language class graduates7 More than 1,000 Zerevani graduate in Dahuk Province8 Iraqi Navy completes new patrol ship operational training10 A Day in the life: Iraqi Army recruits (photo essay)12 First Iraqi Air Force meteorologists graduate14 U.S. returns Phoenix Base to Iraqi government16 maintenance course is on the right track18 Baghdad River Police graduation19 A&T Round-Up

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3 tions. Secretary of Defense Public Affairs It is time, and appropriate for [the Iraqis] to take on this responsibility, and [for] us to start to get more and more in the background. ... Gen. Raymond Odierno Odierno: It is time

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4 tions. New Iraqi emergency dispatch center opens

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5 Story by U.S. Air Force Capt. Chad Hess and U.S. Air Force Senior Mas ter Sgt. Bob Regan, United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Advising and Training) J-6 Forward Iraqi Communications Ca pacity Engagement Division phone calls on the Advanced FirstResponder Network at the patrol dispatch center in Ramadi. (Photo by U.S. Air Force Senior Master Sergeant Robert Regan) Below: -0-4 Police Medical Fire EMERGENCY: The National Addesigned to raise public awareness.

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6 language class graduates

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7 Story by U.S. Army Capt. Shannon Frank, United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Ad vising and Training) Public Affairs Photo: Lt. Gen. Hussain shakes language course graduates of the Iraqi International Academy during the graduation ceremony. Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Daniel Symonds, United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Advising and Training) Public Affairs More than 1,000 Zerevani graduate in Dahuk Province United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding Gen eral (Advising and Training), Iraq Training and Advisory Mission Civilian Police Advisors are assigned to several Dahuk and Sulaymaniyah Provincial Training Centers and Police Colleges. They mentor and advise Kurdish deans, instructors, staff and cadre. The advisors play an im portant role in providing basic instructor training and monitoring basic training standards as well as ensur ing that provincial objectives are addressed.Story courtesy of United States Forces Iraq Deputy Command ing General (Advising and Training), Iraq Training and Advisory Mission Police

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8 A Anchors Aweigh! Iraqi Navy completes new patrol ship operational training

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9 Story by Lt. Cmdr. Bryony Carpen ter, Royal Navy training advisor, Iraq Training and Advisory Mission Navy Photos: (Left) Iraq Naval Ship 703 and INS 704 conduct towing exercise as part of sailors for their mission of patrolling and protecting Iraqs coastal water ways and defending its critical off shore oil export infrastructure. (Above) Now that its crew has com training, Iraq Naval Ship Majid is ready to patrol Iraqs coastal waters Photos by Lt. Cmdr. Paul Morris, Training and Advisory Mission Navy in Um Qasr

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11 Photos by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Daniel Symonds, United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Advising and Training) Public AffairsA Day in the Lifeof Iraqi Army recruits

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12 With their eyes on the skies, Clear Skies Ahead: First Iraqi Air Force meteorologists graduate

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13 Story by Senior Airman Jarrod Chavana, U.S. Air Forces Central, Baghdad Media Out reach Team Photos: (page 12) Iraqi air their U.S. Air Force instructors at Camp Victory, Iraq, following their graduation from a 52-day meteorology course March 25. The graduates will be sent to different locations throughout Iraq for 30 days of on-the-job train ing. Once the training is complete, some of the weather advisory of structors while others will begin their weather advisory mission for the Iraqi military. (left) Air Force Major Barry Hunte, 321st Air Expeditionary Advisory Group Air Operations Center weather advi sor, stands next to the Tactical Meteorological Observation System used during the 52-day class of Iraqi air force course, the eight Iraqi military students were instructed on every thing from basic weather observa tions to advanced weather forecast models. (photos by U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Trish Bunting)

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14 2006 2007 2009 U.S. returns

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15 Story by U.S. Army Capt. Shannon Frank, United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Advis ing and Training) Public Affairs Photos: (Far left) Signs of the times: the Phoenix Base sign as it evolved over time. (Left) Mr. Samir, representing the ceremonial key to Staff Lt. Gen. Hussein, deputy chief of staff for training, after receiving it from Lt. Gen Lt. Gen. Michael D. Barbero, Deputy Commanding General, United States Forces Iraq, Advising and Training. The passing of the key symbolizes the transfer of control back to the govern ment of Iraq. (Below) Mr. Samir, representing the Gen. Hussein, Deputy Chief of Staff for Training, unveil the new sign of the National Defence University to Lt. Gen. Michael D. Barbero, Deputy Commanding General, United States Forces Iraq, Advising and Training, during the base transfer ceremony. Photos by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Daniel Symonds, United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Advis ing and Training) Public Affairsbase to Iraqi government

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16 course is on the right track

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17 Story by U.S. Army Sgt. Maj. Richard Holladay, Senior Enlisted Advisor Besmaya Combat Training Center, Iraq Training and Advisory Mission Army and U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Amy E. McLaughlin, United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Advising and Training) Public Affairs Photos: (Left) Students hang on the instruc tors every word during the classroom portion of the course because there are no available technical manuals in their native tongue. work with one instructor on an M1A1 Abrams tank at the Besmaya Combat Training Center. Photos by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Amy E. McLaughlin, United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Advising and Training) Public Affairs

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18 Story by U.S. Army Capt. Shannon Frank, United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Advis ing and Training) Public Affairs Take me to the river: celebrate graduation

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19 Leaders discuss Iraqi progress, future command course Instructors complete advanced course A&T Round-up Take me to the river: celebrate graduation

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20 An Iraqi Army basic training soldier scales a wall that is part of an obstacle course at Habbaniyah National Training Center, one of four basic training centers in Iraq. (Photo by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Daniel Symonds, United States Forces Iraq Deputy Commanding General (Advis ing and Training) Public Affairs) See story on page 10