Military News

Norman, Tim J.
September 2006
Malakoff News (TX);9/29/2006, Vol. 97 Issue 39, p3
The article presents news briefs related to the military in Texas compiled as of September 2006. Air Force officer Tim Jim Norman has deployed to Southwest Asia in the Persian Gulf Region to support the mission of Operation Enduring Freedom. Army National Guard officer Matthew K. Hagen has arrived in Iraq at a forward operating base to support the mission of Operation Iraqi Freedom.


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