|Lebanon Sites (16 - 29 of 29)|
Institute For Near East and Military Analysis, Lebanon
Middle Eastern military analysis think tank based out of Beirut, Lebanon.
Security Middle East Show (SMES) Beirut
Regional homeland security exhibition and conference in Beirut, Lebanon.
Fraternitatis Arcus Concordiaeque Signum (FACS), Lebanon
Website of the association of the former French army combattants and soldiers residing in Lebanon. History, administration,information and documentation, news, activities and more.
Michel Sulaiman - Wikipedia
Information about Michel Sulaiman, General in the Lebanese Armed Forces.
Wassef Ali Hassoun - Wikipedia
Information about Wassef Ali Hassoun, a Lebanese American marine captured by terrorists on June 19, 2004 while serving in Iraq.
Hisham Jaber - Wikipedia
Information about Hisham Jaber, Lebanese Major General running a public relations and lobbying firm in the Middle-East and Africa.
Ibrahim Tannous - Wikipedia
Information about Ibrahim Tannous, a Lebanese former commander of the Lebanese Armed Forces.
Jean Kahwaji - Wikipedia
Information about Jean Kahwaji, a Lebanese general and commander of the Lebanese Armed Forces.
Mine Action Coordination Centre South Lebanon (MACCSL)
Covers information about the Mine Action Coordination Center in South Lebanon. Establishment, role, personnel and more.
Francois al-Hajj - Wikipedia
Information about General Francois al-Hajj, a Lebanese army chief of operations, killed in a bomb attack on December 12, 2007.
Teddy Shapou - Wikipedia
Information about Teddy Shapou, a Lebanese American war hero of World War II.
Rayak Air Base, Lebanon - Wikipedia
Information about Rayak Air Base, the first air base in Lebanon, built in on June 1, 1949. Located in the surroundings of Rayak village in the Bekaa valley.
Beirut Air Base, Lebanon - Wikipedia
Information about the Beirut Air Base, a military base owned by the Lebanese Armed Forces and operated by the Lebanese Air Force. It occupies part of the west end of the Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport.
Francois Hajj Website
Website dedicated to Lebanese brigadier general Francois Hajj. Includes biography, foundation, objectives, plans, donations, and more.