US Army Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Assemblyman Frazier taps Antioch resident Stephen P. Todd as 2016 Veteran of the YearRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Antioch Herald

    Assemblyman Jim Frazier, D-Oakley, announced today that Assembly District 11's 2016 Veteran of the Year is Stephen P. Todd, an Antioch resident whose advocacy and exemplary leadership has galvanized the East Contra Costa veterans community. "Steve Todd truly leads by example and it's an honor to recognize him today.

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  2. YPG's space capsule parachute test scrubbedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Yuma Sun

    Ellen Ochoa, director for the Johnson Space Center in Houston, is the first Hispanic female astronaut in NASA history. She is seen Wednesday morning at the U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground drop zone to witness the test of a parachute system designed to bring NASA's Orion space capsule safely to Earth.

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  3. Seneca Army Depot's Future Owner Working to Preserve White Deer PopulationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Your News Now

    Earl Martin,the future owner of the Seneca Army Depot, is taking steps to support the population of the largest known herd of White Deer in the world. After two decades of being on the market, the Depot was sold to Seneca Iron Works for $900,000 and some were concerned the deer population was in danger.

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  4. Brandon A. LaFavreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Gazette

    MARQUETTE, Michigan – Brandon Allen LaFavre, 21, of Marquette, was taken from us suddenly Friday, June 24, 2016, at his home. Brandon was born April 10, 1995, in Sterling, to Teresa Shuman Kobs and Larry LaFavre.

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  5. Honored with medal, Baltic man recalls hardships of serving in South Pacific during WWIIRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Day

    To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: World War II U.S. Army veteran Charles F. Sadosky of Sprague receives a hug from his great grandson Grady Sadosky, 7, of Griswold as state Sen. Cathy Osten presents the former soldier with the Connecticut Veterans Wartime Service Metal at the Town of Sprague War Memorial Park in Baltic Wednesday, June 29, 2016. Sadosky served in the Pacific theater during the war.

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  6. Island where woman who fell from boat sought safety is active Army testing facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Baltimore Sun

    When a 32-year-old Cross-Fit aficionado named Lauren Conner swam a mile onto Maryland's Spesutie Island after falling from her boat this week , at least one news outlet deemed it a local Robinson Crusoe story. The news even made it across the pond to the tabloid The Daily Mail.

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  7. Alexandria: Civil Air Patrol Trains Future LeadersRead the original story

    Wednesday | Alexandria Gazette-Packet

    The hour is 1900 on Wednesday, June 24, at the Nannie J. Lee Recreation Center. Nearly 20 cadets, ages 12 to 17, step in opening formation.

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  8. AF introduces first fully built HH-60G Ops Loss Replacement helicopterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Aerotech News And Review

    An HH-60G Pave Hawk prepares to land after training in Lungi, Sierra Leone. The Air Force introduced the first of 21 fully built HH-60G Operational Loss Replacement helicopters at a ceremony in Huntsville, Alabama, on June 28, 2016.

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  9. The unlikely godfather of the Islamic StateRead the original story

    Wednesday | GantDaily.com

    ISIS, perhaps the most feared terrorist group in the world, traces its short history to a man who was a prison gang leader, a high school dropout and an alleged teenage pimp. Zarqawi was "Hitler-like" and "incredibly brutal," said Lt.

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  10. New Riverside Military Academy president: - Military model' prepares students for lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Times

    Retired U.S. Army Col. William Gallagher is settling in as Riverside Military Academy's ninth president and has been on the job since early June.

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  11. Weezer fan pops the question at FuzzfestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Weekender

    Kevin Simmott, 24, hugs his new fiance after proposing during Fuzzfest. Simmott, who's stationed at Fort Campbell on the Kentucky-Tennessee boarder, already planned to return to Pennsylvania for the concert because the couple grew up listening to Weezer together.

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  12. Wilmington boy wants to pay it forward through fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Lumina News

    When 10-year-old Mack Mejaski struggles with the tics that stem from anxiety attacks, his assistance dog Monroe tackles him with love, lying on top of the Wilmington boy to apply pressure that his mother says calms him. It's just one of the ways the dog donated from paws4people helps Mack cope with dyslexia, ADHD, sensory processing disorder and anxiety.

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  13. Contract BriefsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Aerotech News And Review

    Zoll Medical Corp. , Chelmsford, Mass., has been awarded a maximum $400,000,000 fixed-price with economic-price-adjustment contract for monitors used to check vital signs. This was a competitive acquisition with three responses received.

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  14. US Army vet violently harassed by teens on UK trolley: 'You dirty little immigrant'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Fox News

    A U.S. Army veteran was hit with an onslaught of racial and xenophobic abuse from a group of British teenagers after telling them to watch their language on a trolley car. Juan Jasso, a former soldier from Texas who has lived in the U.K. for the last 18 years, was commuting on a trolley in Manchester Tuesday morning when he asked the teenagers to stop swearing in front of children.

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  15. Retired Special Operators: Benghazi 'Epitomizes' Obama Administration's Failed PoliciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Caller

    An organization of retired U.S. military special operators has responded to the Benghazi committee's final report by lambasting what it sees as profound failures on the part of the Obama administration and other government officials. James Williamson, co-founder of OPSEC, a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting special operators from political machinations, did not pull any punches in his wide criticism for the administration and government as a whole.

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  16. Army Heeds Soldiers' Plea for Right to Roll Up Their SleevesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Wall Street Journal

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  17. Army approves 'camo out' rolled sleeves, year-roundRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KCEN

    After a 10-day pilot at Fort Hood, Texas, Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley has decided to allow sleeve-rolling with the camo facing out.

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  18. Craig Morgan to Play SCERA Shell Outdoor Theatre, 7/18Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | BroadwayWorld.com

    Country music superstar Craig Morgan burst onto the music scene 16 years ago, bringing with him the depth of a nearly decade-long military career in the U.S. Army and the country passion of his Tennessee roots. Craig was born in tiny Kingston Springs, Tennessee, the son of a bass-playing father whose work gave him behind-the-scenes views of classic country stars like Vern Gosdin, George Jones and Tammy Wynette , among many others.

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  19. Savas Beatie's Popular Emerging Civil War Series Wins Lt. Gen. Richard G. Trefry Award for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PR Log

    EL DORADO HILLS, Calif. - June 29, 2016 - PRLog -- Savas Beatie's popular and engaging Emerging Civil War series, which guides the reader through some of the Civil War's most important stories, has just been selected to receive the Army Historical Foundation'sprestigious Lieutenant General Richard G. Trefry Award for 2015.

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  20. Peter SchusslerRead the original story

    Wednesday | Peshtigo Times Wisconsin Community Newspaper

    Peter Schussler, 79, of Marinette passed away Tuesday, June 21. Born Sept. 5, 1936 in Karlsdorf, Yugoslavia, to the late Nikolaus and Katharina Schussler, in September of 1956 he, his sister and her family were sponsored by their uncle Frank Schussler of Peshtigo to migrate to the United States.

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