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We propose that each governmental organization and body establishes a soft war headquarters to do the necessary planning for confronting the enemies' plots as a serious and principal agenda," Jazzayeri noted.
The journey begins at the Old Dock Well outside John Lewis, from where a Victorian-styled guide transports you back through the city's archives, uncovering the location of America's secret Civil War headquarters, relating the tale of murderous black widows, and discovering where a third Liver Bird is hiding.
McCollum-Chidester House--Built in 1847, this house served as Civil War headquarters for Union Gen.
The alleged commander of the self-styled Prince Lazar Guard said he was delaying "formation of our war headquarters.
This is Civil War headquarters here," said Guaranty general manager Shannon Nill, gesturing up at the side-by-side color photographs of Autzen and Reser stadiums on the showroom wall.
US Central Command says in a statement from its war headquarters in Qatar that 2 high-ranking members of Saddam Hussein's government - Abdul Tawab Mullah Hwaish, a deputy prime minister and head of the Ministry of Military Industrialisation, and Taha Mohieddin Ma'rouf, a vice president under Saddam and member of his Revolutionary Command Council - have been apprehended and "now in coalition control".
A US spokesman at war headquarters in Qatar said: "When we came into this the secretary of defence, Donald Rumsfeld, said one big concern was the nexus between this regime and terrorism.
Meanwhile America began testing a mobile war headquarters in the Gulf amid preparations for an attack on Iraq.