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M Vernon DCM, 2 Coy, 3 L of C Signals, Middle East Forces (Y).
As former Middle East force commander and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Adm.
The thick web of inter-linked issues, players and interests means that restoring stability, security and sustained development to the Middle East forces us to deal with underlying causes of tensions.
They say such comments, by a man close to the Shi'ite theocracy's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, reflect a new assertiveness of Iran as a regional super-power leading an axis of Middle East forces opposed to a US-led alliance in this part of the world.
Chalkie, Hon Sec and standard bearer, The Middle East Forces Veterans Association
Mediation Board in 1948 and serving with the 6th Fleet and the Middle East Force during the Lebanon crisis in 1958.
It began in 1949, when Bahrain became the "de facto home port" for the Commander of the Middle East Force of the US.
But I share Mick's fears that if the current situation in the Middle East forces FIFA to stage the play-off over just 90 minutes at a neutral venue, it could make things more worrying.