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  1. OPINION Honoring the brave women warriors who serve the USRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fox News

    Ashley White Stumpf who was killed during combat operations in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan on October 22, 2011. The man who shared these words was among the most tested special operations leaders of the post-9/11 wars, Lt.


  2. Declaration of Independence: Unknown factsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KXLY-TV Spokane

    This Fourth of July will mark the 239th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, the document that birthed the nation. You may know about John Hancock's famously large signature or that Thomas Jefferson authored the document, but here are six facts you may not know about the Declaration.


  3. 'Chasing Memories' In Their Refugee Camp 40 Years After Fleeing VietnamRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KQED

    Former refugee Kuo Nam Lo, the reporter's mother, stands outside an old army barracks that's been converted into the Pennsylvania National Guard Military Museum at Fort Indiantown Gap. My mother, Kuo Nam Lo, was 24 when she spent her first few months in the U.S. at a refugee camp at a military base along a stretch of the Appalachian Mountains in central Pennsylvania.


  4. Fort Campbell 101st Sustainment Brigade Lifeliner's lead Motorcycle Mentor ProgramRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Clarksville Online

    Motorcycle riders from across the 101st Sustainment Brigade, 101st Airborne Division, conducted multiple inspections and mentorship rides the first week of May to prepare for the warm season ahead and to kick-off Motorcycle Safety Month. "After these things are met, it is good to get the riders out there on the road practicing safe riding techniques," said Morgan.


  5. US Army sun cream and bacon unearthedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    US Army sun cream and tins of bacon are among the finds on Salisbury Plain revealed by archaeologists, to mark US Independence Day. Among the finds were tins of cooking oil, bottles of sauce and "even what appeared to be a block of lard".


  6. NRO Symposium 2 hours ago Summertime is traditionally a time to read...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | National Review Online

    Friends of NR offer their suggestions. For adults: The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings by Philip Zaleski and Carol Zaleski.


  7. Edward James Radden, Jr.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Medina Gazette

    Edward James Radden, Jr., 83, beloved husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend passed away peacefully Wednesday, July 1, 2015, at Hospice of Medina County. He was born September 22, 1931, to Edward and Dorothy Radden of Cleveland.


  8. Shamokin native retires after 26 years in the U.S. ArmyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The News Item

    U.S. Army Col. Michael W. Richardson, a native of Shamokin, retired with honors after a 26-year military career during a prestigious ceremony May 29 in the Patriot Room at the Pentagon.


  9. U.S. bunker-buster bombs a fallback in Iran talks - Sat, 04 Jul 2015 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Spokesman-Review

    As diplomats rush to reach an agreement to curb Iran's nuclear program, the U.S. military is stockpiling conventional bombs so powerful that strategists say they could cripple Tehran's most heavily fortified nuclear complexes, including one deep underground. The bunker-busting bombs are America's most destructive munitions short of atomic weapons.


  10. The Village Idiot: The Trump presidency: a retrospectiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Lebanon Democrat

    Donald Trump was born in a 300-room log cabin in Trumptown , New York in 1946 and elected president of the U.S. in 2016. From his humble beginnings as the son of an extremely wealthy real estate developer, he lifted himself up by his bootstraps to become an extremely wealthy real estate developer.


  11. Fort Hood massacre detailed in Porterfield bookRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Fort Hood, home to two full-armored divisions with more than 41,000 infantrymen, cavalrymen and tankers, is the largest active duty military post in the United States. But even an installation with a storied history and a mission designed to rapidly deploy and conduct operations to "seize, retain and exploit" the initiative to defeat any adversary around the world can fall victim to the whim of a lone gunman in its own backyard.


  12. Memorial service salutes Alonzo CushingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Observer

    One could easily make the case that if Fredonia native, and Civil War hero, First Lt. Alonzo H. Cushing hadn't held his ground and continued leading a forward assault into the teeth of Pickett's Charge, that the course of history may have been drastically different.


  13. New event promotes airportRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    The Yorkton Municipal Airport will be hosting an event in August to celebrate aviation history and raise community awareness about the local facility. Keith Vaughan, chair of the Yorkton Airport Authority, said the YAA was looking at ways to make the airport more visible to the community when they learned the Arizona Wing of the Commemorative Air Force would be visiting Brandon and Winnipeg this summer with its refurbished World War 2 B17 bomber.


  14. Museum to restore war-scarred helicopterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Myrtle Beach Online

    The director of the Jacksonville Museum of Military History opened a thick white binder and landed on a photograph of a U.S. Army soldier, dressed in a flight suit, posing with an armored helicopter. The man leaned against the Bell UH-1C Iroquois, unofficially known as a "Huey," with one hand on his waist and the other resting on the helicopter's nose.


  15. Louis J. PonderRead the original story

    Yesterday | Altoona Mirror

    He was born in Mars Hill, N.C., son of the late Louis P. and Raymonde Ponder. He married Patricia J. Smith, who preceded him in death on Nov. 4, 2008.


  16. Vehicle burglars caught after allegedly taking military equipmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Northwest Florida Daily News

    Two Crestview men are charged with burglarizing an unlocked vehicle and taking several pieces of military equipment, including a phone with potentially sensitive information.


  17. Tanks, bombers and pyrotechnics bring spark to the CMP's 2015 First Shot CeremonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Beacon

    Join the Civilian Marksmanship Program on the world-famous Camp Perry ranges in Port Clinton, for another thrilling display of live World War II history during the First Shot Ceremony of the National Trophy Pistol and Rifle Matches on July 6. There will be reenactors, ground vehicles, air support and exhilarating pyrotechnics on Rodriguez Range for the time-honored opening ritual. The celebration beings at 9:30 a.m., with the help of the 122nd Army Band that will play American fanfare for assembling guests.


  18. Is America Training Neonazis in Ukraine?By Will Cathcart, Joseph EpsteinRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Beast

    There are no doubts about the neo-Nazi and white supremacist background of the Azov Battalion, a militia that has positioned itself at the forefront of the fight against Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine. As the founder and head of the battalion Andriy Biletsky once put it, "The historic mission of our nation in this critical moment is to lead the White Races of the world in a final crusade for their survival."


  19. Pride, patriotism abound in Sudan front yardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    Drive through the western edge of residential Sudan, and you'll have a hard time missing the couple's patriotic displays. The couple maintains a front-yard display related to all things USA.


  20. WWII tail gunner keeps promise to friend killed in combatRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stars and Stripes

    Between missions during World War II, buddies Dale VanBlair and Albert "Shorty" Spadafora picked out a bracelet for Shorty's fiancA e at a jewelry store in England. "He was like a brother to me," VanBlair said.