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6m joint command centre for Merseyside's police and fire service have now each been approved by their respective authorities.
The two sides agreed to dissolve the Joint Command as South Korea plans to take over military operations control from the USA in 2015.
Summary: The 21st batch of cadets graduated today from the Joint Command and Staff College at a ceremony held in Abu Dhabi under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice- President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
The joint command, comprising 77 officers from the army, navy, air force and marine corps, will be in charge of defending the five islands and the Northern Limit Line (NLL urged the military to stay alert to possible further attacks.
Rodriguez said he expected violence in Afghanistan to increase as usual in the spring as the insurgency would change its approach, targeting Afghan officials for assassination Joint Command, serving under the overall commander in Afghanistan, US General David Petraeus.
Our thoughts and concerns are with the families of this tragic accident," said Torres, who is director of the ISAF Joint Command Combined Joint Operations-led invasion to oust the hardline Taliban from power nine years ago.
As a result of this operation, ISAF is aware of civilian casualty allegations and ISAF Joint Command is sending a joint incident assessment team to look into those allegations.
Rafael Torres, ISAF Joint Command Combined Joint Operations Centre director, said Copyright Pajhwok Afghan News.