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  1. John Spencer: An Army of sound mind and bodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | New York Daily News

    Before the ominous piano music kicks in at the end of each episode of "Serial," I am left feeling equal parts mystified, angry and unsurprised. Mystified by how a soldier like Bowe Bergdahl could leave his post in middle of the most dangerous part of Afghanistan; angry that he would put the safety of his fellow soldiers and mission in so much jeopardy, and unsurprised because cases like Bergdahl's are probably more common than we think.

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  2. America's "powerful signal to allies" -- and RussiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | CBS News

    At a base in A daA3 4i, Latvia, U.S. troops are using a sophisticated simulator to train Latvian soldiers to call in airstrikes. But today, it's an American in the hot seat.

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  3. VA demands proof World War II combat vet with Purple Heart served in militaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Fox News

    Purple Heart medals are seen before a presentation ceremony at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 2007. The Purple Heart is awarded to those killed or wounded in action while serving with the US military.

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  4. NSA reorganization to combine offense, defenseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | The Baltimore Sun

    The National Security Agency is about to launch its most ambitious reorganization in years, bringing together teams charged with gathering intelligence around the world with those tasked with defending U.S. secrets. The plan, which the agency calls NSA21, is expected to be detailed publicly next week.

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  5. Baker's bid to limit credits has film advocates nervousRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    But with Gov. Charlie Baker's plan to limit film tax credits, industry leaders argue, the state may lose such star-studded events as studios take their productions elsewhere. Filmmakers in Massachusetts argue that the state's tax credits are a great draw.

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  6. How soldiers like Bowe Bergdahl can wind up hating good commandersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | The Washington Post

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  7. Aberdeen soldiers drawing lessons from Ebola deployment for Pentagon disease fightersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Baltimore Sun

    Operating out of rapidly erected labs or in borrowed space in hospitals, a specialized Army team from Maryland's Aberdeen Proving Ground showed how quickly they could diagnose infection with the deadly Ebola virus in Liberia. Almost a year after that deployment, soldiers with the 1st Area Medical Laboratory are still combing over the experience, looking to share tips that might help the Army better respond to disease outbreaks in the future.

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  8. Departing Aberdeen City Manager Doug Miller looks back on 10 years, ahead to Ocean City moveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Baltimore Sun

    After nearly 10 years of serving Aberdeen as city manager, Doug Miller will take over the top spot in the Ocean City government Monday, when he begins working as the resort's city manager. It's a big jump in responsibility for Miller in terms of the number of employees he's in charge of and the size of the budget he will manage.

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  9. Army needs appropriated funds to ensure energy securityRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | The United States Army

    While the Army is making great progress meeting its energy efficiency and renewable energy targets, this is not enough, said Richard Kidd, the deputy assistant secretary of the Army for energy and sustainability. What the Army needs are funds allocated specifically for energy security to improve the resiliency of installations in the face of growing threats to the energy grid, said Kidd during a presentation on Capitol Hill, Feb. 3. Gaining energy security for some of the Army's most important installations requires an array of investments, like on-site power generation and micro-grids, where the return on investment is increased security, rather than cost savings.

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  10. Army Europe highlights interoperability at communications conferenceRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | The United States Army

    Signal, cyber and communications experts from industry, government and the militaries of several NATO allied and partner nations gathered together for the 9th annual Mobile Deployable Communications Conference in Warsaw, Poland, Feb. 4-5. One of the key themes of the conference addressed the need for mobile, resilient and deployable communications and for those systems to be interoperable in a joint and multinational environment.

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  11. Tuskegee announces plans to build $3 million healthcare facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | WTVM

    The City of Tuskegee has a clear vision of the future, driven by its rich history. Mayor Johnny Ford announced plans to build a new $3 million Federally Qualified Health Center, and then a brand new 25-28 bed hospital.

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  12. Fort Monmouth Extends Global Outreach Through Federal ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Two River Times

    Interest from two foreign entities has prompted the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority to pursue inclusion in the "EB-5 Program" sponsored by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services . Known as EB-5 for the employment-based fifth preference visa granted participants, the federally-administered program makes entrepreneurs, their spouses, and unmarried children under 21 eligible to apply for a green card if they make the necessary investment in a commercial enterprise in the United States, and create or preserve permanent full-time jobs for U.S. workers.

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  13. Haiti earthquake: The role of geospatial intelligence during responseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Firerescue1

    Six years ago on January 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit Haiti. The devastation was extensive: It destroyed 75 percent of the nation's schools as well as government offices, medical buildings, and other public infrastructure.

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  14. The Security Solutions International - SSI tm Portable Vehicle...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2016 | 24-7 Press Release

    PVB's are installed in Israel, Russia, Brazil and Mexico. In the United States the PVB is being deployed at large venues, infrastructure, US Navy ports, US Army bases, and by Homeland Security to stop vehicles in their tracks instantly! MIAMI, FL, January 04, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/ -- When law enforcement personnel in major cities want a product to protect the large venues and sporting events they choose SSI 's PVB.

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  15. Partnership is explored with US sharp shootersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2014 | Salisbury Journal

    BASED 3rd Division has been forging closer ties with the US Army during a visit to Fort Benning. Major Ellis Harverson, commander of the 3rd Division Operational Shooting Training Team , visited the US Army's sharp shooters at Fort Benning, Georgia to establish new partnerships to develop marksmanship skills.

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  16. Marksmen take part in contestRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2014 | Salisbury Journal

    SOLDIERS from across 1 Mechanized Brigade have been testing their marksmanship skills during an Operational Shooting Competition at Bulford ranges. The competition took place over a week and was designed to test a range of essential marksmanship skills in different scenarios, all under strict conditions.

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  17. Burk's BBQ/Trend Magazine OnlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2011 | Examiner.com

    I have been sampling traditional Carolina BBQ since I landed in North Carolina in 1979 via the U.S. Army and Fort Bragg/Fayetteville, NC . I must admit that it took me a while to develop a taste for what I call shredded meat.

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  18. NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement Satellite studies...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Clarksville Online

    Severe weather moved through the southern U.S. on February 2nd and 3rd, and NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement or GPM core satellite examined the violent thunderstorms. On February 3rd, 2016 at 1851 UTC the GPM core observatory satellite flew over a line of storms extending from the Gulf coast of Florida through New York state.

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  19. UN condemns N Korea rocket launch, vows sanctions soon : February 08, 2016,Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Daily Times

    ... system in South Korea. "It is time to move forward on this issue," said Thomas Vandal, commander of the Eighth US Army based in South Korea. As well as North Korea, China and Russia are both strongly opposed to any such deployment of the Terminal ...

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  20. Clemson ROTC cadets test their mettle with water survival trainingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Easley Progress

    U.S. Army Reserve Officer's Training Corps cadet Kerry Carter, of Charlotte, N.C., surfaces after plunging blindfolded into the Clemson University pool for the "five-meter drop" portion of the Combat Water Survival Test on Jan. 20. To pass the event soldiers must drop into the pool from five meters up blindfolded and carrying an M16, and make it back to the side of the pool with weapon in hand.

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