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"But, for the last eight fiscal years YPG has been the busiest of the army's six test centers," he added. ... it's done by Tropical Regions Test Center which is based here in Yuma but it does testing in Panama, Surinam, occasionally Australia, occasionally Hawaii and in years past Honduras," he said.
More than 30 people, including at least one this week, have been reported killed, with many hundreds more either injured or detained, and the Honduran government had suspended constitutional rights, giving the army and police additional authority to interfere with and disband protests. Since the election ...

Protesters clash with police during a demonstration against the re-election of Honduras' President Hernandez near the National Congress in ... is expected to happen, from the early hours of the morning, they could subdue the army securing the event and prevent Hernandez from being sworn in. Nasralla ...
Defeated opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla told AFP a "human mob" will enter the stadium to try and block the swearing in, but he expects strong army resistance. The opposition alliance accuses Hernandez, 49, of putting in place a "military dictatorship" and said the election was stolen from Nasralla, ...
Lester Octavio Carias Arias, COPECO director of information technology and Communications, describes the donation, which will strengthen the National Emergency Network, to U.S. Army Colonel Richard Navarro, head of the Security Cooperation Office and other authorities. (Photo: Permanent ...
In response to the attacks, Salvador Nasralla, leader of the Opposition Alliance and former presidential candidate, tweeted: "The Honduran military (maintained by the people's army) continue repressing the poor people who demand respect towards their will expressed at the ballot box on the Nov. 26.".

"The brigade deployed from Soto Cano Air Base to the 4th Battalion of the 101st Infantry Brigade [of the Honduran army] in Choluteca to set up the base of operations." The medical campaign was met with "joy, hospitality, [and] a warm welcome," with student dances held at the various educational centers ...
Calling for a new, clean election, Hondurans protested in the streets, watched over by rows of navy, army and police officers carrying riot shields. The government suspended constitutional rights for 10 days and imposed a 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew, arresting anyone, including journalists, who violated it. Before ...
Nairn also mentioned that "unlike in Israel, where the army is deeply ideological, fully indoctrinated to the project of the government, in Honduras it's only certain sectors of the army and the police that have that character. I talked to many, many dozens of army and police, and it's clear that many of them don't ...
Hondurans have since taken to the streets, facing violent repression at the hands of the army and police. According to civil society organizations, 27 deaths have been reported between November 30 and December 20, including three minors, along with more than 200 people having been injured. Also on ...
Honduras suffered a grave deterioration in human rights, including disproportionate use of force by security forces and targeted killings of political activists and human rights defenders. Coup backers justified Zelaya's removal with flawed claims he was seeking presidential re-election, which is prohibited by ...
The same day Espinal was incarcerated, the Canadian government issued an alert to Canadians to "Exercise a high degree of caution in Honduras due to violent demonstrations." In a country where the army and police are armed to the teeth -- due in part to Canadian government funding -- and have ...
Right: Protesters in Olancho are seen holding the Honduran flag in between plumes of black smoke from a burning barricade. ... "Today there were maybe 100 people who'd come to sing, but the army, Cobra units [riot police], the police and the military police arrived, around 300 of them, to disperse the ...
Fernando Antonio, Associated Press Honduran army soldiers stand guard as rescue workers recover the bodies of a helicopter crash in the mountains on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Sunday Dec. 17, 2017. Hilda Hernandez, sister of President Juan Orlando Hernandez, and five other people ...
army dad serving in Honduras surprises daughter at school ... know what to expect when she was called up to the front during a school assembly, but burst into a wide smile when she saw her father, Army Sgt. Randy Gillis, enter the school cafeteria. Gillis has been stationed in Honduras for about a year.
Honduras suffered a grave deterioration in human rights, including disproportionate use of force by security forces and targeted killings of political activists and human rights defenders. Coup backers justified Zelaya's removal with flawed claims he was seeking presidential re-election, which is prohibited by ...
The armed forces of Honduras have also appealed for the general population to remain calm as the delayed results of last week's presidential elections trigger increasingly violent protests. Voters have taken to the streets to demonstrate their anger at the ongoing delays amid widespread accusations of ...

Tegucigalpa (Reuters) - The Honduran presidential candidate leading in a partial count of votes said he would review the benefit of having US troops stationed at a base in the Central American nation if he wins the election, but also promised to deepen security cooperation. In an interview with Reuters, ...
... a coup that overthrew the democratically elected president of Honduras. ... that dispatched General Douglas Gracey's British imperial army to ...
... been at every World Cup since 1990 and a growing army of fans not ... is the U.S.' goal-difference advantage over Panama and Honduras.
"It has proven to be very deadly in Honduras and Nicaragua and that ... the Army Corps of Engineers lowered a set of enormous gates at the ...
... the soldiers marched Don and Dana 7 miles to an army base, where they were ... The Starkells got out of Honduras as quickly as they could.
Then you read that the world's most armed nation - the US, with about 300 million guns in .... A gangland killing in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
... to take reconnaissance photos of guerillas operating in Honduras, .... To this end, they modify his new former army C-123 transport plane so ...
And so this heroin epidemic swept the U.S. Army in Vietnam. ..... in Honduras that was reporting on the Honduran military complicity in the ...
Once again, Israel is supporting a repressive regime in the Global South, this time in the poor Central American nation of Honduras -- and Israeli activists are protesting vigorously. Just after the November 26 election in Honduras, the results started to show a commanding margin for the pro-democracy ...
Dominican Republic Trains Central American armed forces ... of the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, and Nicaragua ...
This was the same year that then COPINH leader, Tomas Garcia, was shot dead by the Honduran Army during a peaceful protest.
The Honduran navy held the 2017 Central American and Caribbean ... Other Honduran institutions, such as the army, the Air Force, the FNH's ...
For a time, emergency shelters were set up in churches, Salvation army buildings and even on the CNE grounds to accommodate them.
Personnel from the Arkansas Army National Guard share their knowledge and experience with elite Honduran soldiers and police." (Photo: ...
In mid-July 2009, Honduran military officials sought the center's help to .... Herberth Bayardo Inestroza, of the Honduran army, told the Miami ...
In the new book The 100 Hour war: The Conflict Between Honduras and El Salvador ... The Honduran Army wasn't prepared, its air force was.
US Army Sgt. and Palmer native A.J. Corbin recently received recognition for helping ... Stationed Texas, he is currently deployed in Honduras.
Central American armed forces Conference Nations Agree to Step up ... Honduras inaugurated the new building in Tegucigalpa, where the ...
The Honduran armed forces and the Nicaraguan army have renewed their commitment to working together to protect the border that unites ...
To be speaking with El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, and official and military leaders ... This is the Guatemalan Army's vision for the future.
In 2017, Honduras took the trophy from Colombia, an eight-time winner of the 11-day event. ... (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class James Brown).
The gang has strongholds in the US, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. The Obama administration's Treasury Department sanctioned the ...
Clarksville, Tenn. -- Every Friday, John Nikolao's neighbors can see him walking his dogs while dressed head to toe in red -- red cap, red ...
U.S. Army photo by Spc. Elizabeth Williams ... Honduras placed first in this year's competition, with Colombia in second place and the United ...
The Honduran navy (FNH, per its Spanish acronym) wants to become ... Tantamount to the army Special Forces, this force will serve as support ...
And as a world exclusive, Gibler gained access to the transcript of the confession of one of the alleged murderers, former Honduran army Sgt.
His last mission trip was with Gathering Hearts for Honduras in April 2017. ... An army veteran, Jim was drafted on Christmas Eve 1965 into the ...
ONE sunny Wednesday in Amapala, off the coast of Honduras, 33 ... elections after the army ousted a predecessor in 2009, passed a law ...
Laroque, 51, was stuck in Honduras for more than a week after .... "I had an army of people behind me who knew mw and knew there was no ...
One eligible veteran is former army Staff Sgt. Peggy Dunlap of Waterboro, a communications technician who was stationed in Egypt, Germany, Honduras, Florida and South Korea between 1977 and 1987 before being medically discharged. "Like other ...
For centuries, native peoples of Honduras passed along rumors of a lost city hidden in the country's interior. The book's author and a team searched for the city 75 years after a journalist .... Volunteers are needed for The Glean Team ministry, to ...
... students, peasants and Indigenous populations. Reagan and his advisers realized that they had to turn those perceptions around if they hoped to get sustained funding for the militaries of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras as well as for the ...


 

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