List of anti-war organizations List of anti-war organizations From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search In order to facilitate organized, determined, and principled opposition to war, peace-centered activists have often founded anti-war organizations. These groups range from temporary coalitions which address one war or pending war, to more permanent structured organizations which work to end the concept of war and the factors which lead to large-scale destructive conflicts. The overwhelming majority do so in a nonviolent manner. Contents [hide] Society of Peace Origins International Africa Asia Europe North America United States Canada Oceania Religious Christian Buddhist Buddhist Peace Fellowship See also Retrieved from " Categories: Navigation menu Personal tools Namespaces Variants Views Actions Navigation Interaction Tools Print/export Languages Edit links This page was last modified on 25 May 2014 at 00:38.
Walter Reed move should be painless for wounded warriors <div id="others"><ul><li><a href="/media/201953/"><img src=" width="150" alt="Surgery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center" /></a><div class="title" style = "font-weight:bold;"></div><div class="caption">A medical team performs three-dimensional minimally invasive surgery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C., March 23, 2007.</div></li></ul></div> WASHINGTON, (Army News Service, June 22, 2011) -- Many of about 430 wounded warriors, along with their family members and staff, came out today at Walter Reed Army Medical Center to hear about their upcoming move to one of two refurbished medical centers in the National Capital Region. During the weekends of August 12 and 19, patients now at Walter Reed will move to either the newly named Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., or the new Fort Belvoir Community Hospital in Virginia. McDonald and his squad leader, Staff Sgt.
The Guantanamo Files -- Wikileaks In its latest release of classified US documents, WikiLeaks is shining the light of truth on a notorious icon of the Bush administration’s "War on Terror" — the prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, which opened on January 11, 2002, and remains open under President Obama, despite his promise to close the much-criticized facility within a year of taking office. In thousands of pages of documents dating from 2002 to 2008 and never seen before by members of the public or the media, the cases of the majority of the prisoners held at Guantánamo — 765 out of 779 in total — are described in detail in memoranda from JTF-GTMO, the Joint Task Force at Guantánamo Bay, to US Southern Command in Miami, Florida. These memoranda, known as Detainee Assessment Briefs (DABs), contain JTF-GTMO’s recommendations about whether the prisoners in question should continue to be held, or should be released (transferred to their home governments, or to other governments). (Andy Worthington) 1. 2. 3. a. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
SMA: Expect sew-on skill badges in 10 weeks <div id="others"><ul><li><a href="/media/201948/"><img src=" width="150" alt="Expect sew-on skill badges in 10 weeks, SMA says" /></a><div class="title" style = "font-weight:bold;"></div><div class="caption">Recent changes to Army uniform policy means Soldiers will now be able to sew on skill badges instead of pinning them on.</div></li></ul></div> WASHINGTON (Army News Service, June 22, 2011) -- As of June 14, 2011, Soldiers can wear the patrol cap with their Army Combat Uniform, or ACU, and they can take the uniform to alterations to have their name tapes, service tapes and ranks sewed on. A Soldier's skill badges could also be sewn on -- if those badges were available in clothing sales. Sgt. On June 11, 2011, Army senior leadership announced change to the service's Army Combat Uniform policy that that involved a change in the default headgear for Soldiers -- a switch from the black wool beret to the patrol cap.
Kabul War Diary -- Wikileaks Sunday, July 25 5pm EST. WikiLeaks today released over 75,000 secret US military reports covering the war in Afghanistan. The Afghan War Diary is an extraordinary secret compendium of over 91,000 reports covering the war in Afghanistan from 2004 to 2010. The reports describe the majority of lethal military actions involving the United States military. They include the number of persons internally stated to be killed, wounded, or detained during each action, together with the precise geographical location of each event, and the military units involved and major weapon systems used. The Afghan War Diary is the most significant archive about the reality of war to have ever been released during the course of a war. Most entries have been written by soldiers and intelligence officers listening to reports radioed in from front line deployments. Each report consists of the time and precise geographic location of an event that the US Army considers significant. Afghan War Diary - Reading guide
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany – What You Need to Know : Army Mom Strong Browse > Home / Learn / Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, Germany – What You Need to Know Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) is the evacuation and treatment center for injured U.S. Service Members and members of 44 coalition forces serving in Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa Command, Central Command, European Command and Pacific Command. When soldiers are injured while serving in Afghanistan or Iraq, they are first treated at a U.S. LRMC is the largest American hospital outside the U.S. and also provides medical treatments to over 245,000 military personnel and their families within Europe. C-17 Globemasters and C-130 Hercules aircraft are commonly used to medevac patients to the hospital in Germany from places like Afghanistan (7 hours) and Iraq (5 hours). The medical facilities in Germany are transitional facilities. Is Your Passport Up-to-date? Find out more about Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany. This video shows a C-17 Critical Care transport from Iraq.
Baghdad War Diary -- Wikileaks At 5pm EST Friday 22nd October 2010 WikiLeaks released the largest classified military leak in history. The 391,832 reports ('The Iraq War Logs'), document the war and occupation in Iraq, from 1st January 2004 to 31st December 2009 (except for the months of May 2004 and March 2009) as told by soldiers in the United States Army. Each is a 'SIGACT' or Significant Action in the war. The reports detail 109,032 deaths in Iraq, comprised of 66,081 'civilians'; 23,984 'enemy' (those labeled as insurgents); 15,196 'host nation' (Iraqi government forces) and 3,771 'friendly' (coalition forces).
Germany: Landstuhl Regional Medical Center I & II | Fisher House Foundation Manager:Vivian Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org (011) 49.6371.6183311 (from U.S.) Map DataMap data ©2014 GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google Map Data Map data ©2014 GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google Map Get Directions Address: CMR 402 Box 669 APO, AE 09180 In Germany: 66849 Landstuhl/Kirchberg Additional Information: All lodging fees for guest families at this house are paid through a grant from Fisher House Foundation.
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