Saturday Dec 7
The Daily Advertiser
Veterans' news: Lieutenant Colonel's service leads to Lybia
Col. Daniel E. Mouton was born in 1973 in Lafayette to Art and Cathy Mouton. Among Dan's honors, as a 1991 graduate of Lafayette High School: He was a National Merit Finalist and a recipient of the American Legion School Essay award.
Arutz Sheva Israel News
Neglect of IDF Ground Forces is Endangering Security
Dramatic cuts to the IDF budget have forced the army to reduce its ground forces capabilities.
New Infantry chief takes command
Col. Robert Choppa assumed command of the United States Infantry School Nov. 15. Choppa graduated from Siena College, earning a bachelors of science degree in management.
Stars and Stripes
Hanson, Adams remembered at 2ID memorial
Soldiers of 1st Battalion, 15th Field Artillery Regiment, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, march in honor of fallen soldiers Spc.
Thomas Hovey served multiple tours in Vietnam, practiced anesthesia
After graduating from Pittsfield High School in 1948, he obtained a license to become a registered nurse from McClean Hospital in Waverly, Mass., his anesthesia certificate from Milwaukee County Hospital, a bachelor's degree in Education from Drury College in Springfield and his master's degree from Webster College in St. Louis.
Virgin Islands Daily News
CAHS inducts 5 noteworthy alumni onto Wall of Fame
Photo by V.I. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Charlotte Amalie High School has inducted five noteworthy alumni onto its Wall of Fame, including Judge Verne Hodge Sr. , Elrod Hendricks Sr. , Jeanette Smith-Barry, Georgia Francis and Brig.
UC San Diego
Local Educators Selected to Participate in Special Army Leadership Training
Two educators from The Preuss School UCSD will travel to one of the U.S. Army's premier leadership training institutions this week to take part in the inaugural National Association of Secondary School Principals and U.S. Army Leadership and Professional Development Symposium.