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George P. Honey 1933 a " 2013
George P. Honey was born Aug. 15, 1933, to George and Hazel Honey at John and Elizabeth Zachman's Pine Creek homestead in Riverside, Wash.
Far from home for the holidays
Rose and Randy Sparks celebrated Thanksgiving a week early this year. On Nov. 21, their son, Wesley, a U.S. Army company commander, called them with happy news.
Wounded warriors enter fight against child porn
Before the creation of Homeland Security Investigations in 2003, U.S. Customs agents investigated the disbursement of illegal child pornography - often sent by mail.
The News Tribune
Stability reflects leadership overhaul
Three years ago Joint Base Lewis-McChord wore a reputation as the "nation's most troubled" military installation and a "base on the brink," according to some outside media observers.
North Kitsap Herald
Kitsap honors its veterans
Local organizations join together to host the largest Veterans Day program in Washington state beginning at 9 a.m., at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds pavilion.
American Legion Magazine
Army veteran reunites with wartime friend after six decades
Tom Stratos joined the Army in 1943 and was discharged on April 18, 1946. Though he immediately signed up for the active reserves, with his final discharge in 1952, April 18 was the date he would leave his friend Ethel Turlis - seemingly forever.
Mabel Legion commander feels now is his time to give
By David Stoeger News-Record "The people are the most important," said Mabel American Legion Commander Ralph Schneekloth as he reflected on his years as a tank crewman in the U.S. Army.
The News Tribune
Change of command for JBLM's I Corps as two generals promoted
The two-star general the Defense Department brought to Joint Base Lewis-McChord last year to build a new division headquarters is getting a promotion and will become the Army's highest ranking officer at the base, the Army announced today.