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Chief of Joint Operations Vice Admiral David Johnston said 14 targets were hit hard and destroyed.
Chief of Joint Operations, Vice Admiral David Johnston said the latest shipment is evidence of Australia s continuing commitment to the people of Iraq.
12 (SUNA)- The Chief of Joint Operations of the Armed Forces and chairman of the Sudanese side at the joint Sudanese - Ethiopian defence committee, Gen.
Between 2005 and 2006 he was the senior British military representative in Iraq as well as deputy commanding general of the multinational force before being appointed Chief of Joint Operations in the UK.
Prior to his appointment as Chief of Royal Australian Navy, he was serving as Deputy Chief of Joint Operations.
Dan's Commendation - signed by the Chief of Joint Operations, Lieutenant General Capewell - was placed alongside a description of his work leading to the award, and framed by his squadron as a presentation piece.
Chief of Joint Operations, Lieutenant General Ash Power, said destroying the poppy seed would significantly affect the insurgent-aligned syndicate's ability to harvest a crop in the 2012 growing season.
Sir Stuart, who is the Chief of Joint Operations for the British Armed Forces, is a great supporter of rugby league and is currently the President of Tri-Service and the Royal Air Force Rugby League.