Waheed Al-Tunesi, a Tunisian who is head of the so-called Islamic State of Iraq in North Iraq, was killed in a gunfight with federal police in western Nineveh, a source of Nineveh Operational Command told KUNA.
What does OPCOM stand for?
OPCOM stands for Operational Command
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Both officers and fighters who spoke to AFP, head of the rebel fighters' operational command in the Nafusa region, in his command post in Zintan.
NATO base in Izmir will need two days for preparations after it takes the operational command, NATO officials said.
The forces of Basra Operational Command and the Iraqi army seized 7 kg of drugs that were supposed to be smuggled to Kuwait near the Iraqi-Kuwaiti border, specifically in the Safwan border area," the official said.
Currently, if war were to break out on the Korean peninsula the United States would assume operational command of South Korean forces.
Summary: Around 8,000 British troops in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, will be placed under the operational command of the United States.
Team West Mids has been amassed by Road Policing Officer PC Chris Brock, based at the Stechford Operational Command Unit, and will take part in the charity's Outdoors Show 100 bike ride on March 28.
He added that the two forces already worked closely together and West Midlands would continue with its restructure, which will see the 21 operational command units cut to 10 by April.