If we want to restore the Mississippi River, we in Louisiana have to show that we're going to be wise stewards of our land.

I think to the extent that anybody feels the need for discipline, this is enough.

When fully deployed, it will include 8,000 lightly equipped troops, but will also include engineering and medical expertise.

It's true. They are a failure in planning.

Any security compromise is serious. This attack alone may not be a big deal but it may turn out that in combination with others it has greater impact.

Used to be a little more hands-on.

On the Mississippi coast, the water went in and went out - in New Orleans, it went in and sat there.

It's the absence of a bill, that makes it difficult to comment. It's hard to react and say if we are on board to a press release.

The weather in the operational area is at last improving, and we confidently expect the full weight of NATO's air power will be brought to bear in the next few days.