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Barreto said the segregation of inmates with drug cases, dismantling of kubols and disbandment of gangs are part of OPLAN RODY.
Despite the disbandment, the boys will be staying with their agency.
Based at RAF Lossiemouth, the squadron's disbandment is part of the planned drawdown of the Tornado force.
The latest disbandment is part of the planned drawdown of the Tornado force, but 617 squadron are to reform, taking delivery of the Lightning II fighter to be based at RAF Marham in Norfolk with both RAF and Royal Navy personnel.
a 0 s sregiown as Coun The disbandment of 2RRF is already underway.
Organisers of the protest said they had seen letters from the MoD that show 2RRF was not on the original list for disbandment, as it is one of the best recruited and most sustainable regiments in the a r my.
Hammond was midway through a speech in which he hailed defence cuts as helping the armed forces become a more "efficient and strategic organisation" when he was shouted down by Colonel Ian Brazier of the Royal Fusiliers: "Tell the truth about the disbandment of the Fusiliers.
has weighed heavy on the hearts of several county residents, and the disbandment of the frac sand study committee has these residents bending the ears of their county commissioners in the name of health, safety and welfare.
The fallout from the highly controversial Somalia Affair led to the disbandment of the CAR in 1995.
This was stated by Naveed Kamran Baloch, Secretary Finance, Government of Sindh while clarifying the ambiguities about the alleged disbandment of SBI here Thursday.
WHILE sad that ancient, proud regiments are facing reduction in numbers or disbandment, the good news is that our ability to become involved in foreign wars, peace-keeping missions and all the rest of Blair type wars diminishes.
The group Led Zeppelin came into existence as the result of the disbandment of another famous 1960s group.