US Army Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. California high school grad awarded $75K to pursue dream of military serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Stars and Stripes

    Many students dream of becoming actors, professional athletes or astronauts. Silverado High School graduate Robert Lozano dreamed of becoming a member of the United States Army.

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  2. High Country Seafood debuts in West JeffersonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Jefferson Post Online Edition

    Jefferson Post) High Country Seafood Co., owner Tim Espinosa shows off his fresh catch at his new West Jefferson retail location on June 17, 2016.

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  3. mideast shortsRead the original story

    Thursday | The Jewish News Weekly

    The Israel Defense Forces demolished the home of the Palestinian terrorist who killed an American college student during a March stabbing attack in Jaffa. The demolition of the family home of Bashar Massalha took place June 20 in the West Bank village of Kfar Haja, near Nablus, in conjunction with the Civil Administration and the Border Police.

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  4. Fallujah Has FallenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News Max

    Fallujah has fallen. After weeks of bitter fighting and significant casualties, the heart of the city has been brought back under government control.

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  5. Williams burial flags returnedRead the original story

    Thursday | Genesee Country Express

    ... Barbara Williams father, Pvt. Albert F. Silco was a POW in Germany during World War 2. Pvt. Silco was a cook in the US Army. He passed away in 1991 at the age of 66 with full military honors and his flag was kept in a glass case that was lost. ...

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  6. Seniors to Soldiers honoredRead the original story

    Thursday | Genesee Country Express

    ... more. I swing before your eyes as a bright gleam of color, a symbol of yourself." “Tom's father was in the US Army and died when he was two-years-old,” she said. “Tom is the youngest of 12 children. He knows what it takes to ...

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  7. Engineer Soldiers sharpen skills in Exercise AnakondaRead the original story

    Thursday | Turret

    The 361st Engineer Company, an U.S. Army Reserve unit from Warner Robins, Georgia, sharpens its bridge-building skills by constructing an Improved Ribbon Bridge on the Vistula River in Chelmno, Poland, as part of Exercise Anakonda 2016, June 7-17. The IRB can be used as a full span bridge or to ferry vehicles and equipment across a body of water.

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  8. SMA hosting book clubRead the original story

    Thursday | Turret

    Put on a pot of Earl Grey, because the next time the sergeant major of the Army comes to your installation, he just may be hosting a book club where he and Soldiers will discuss titles with subject matter relevant to the profession of soldiering. While as part of his book club, the SMA aims to visit with and talk with some Soldiers, the real goal is to provide junior leadership with an opportunity to discuss with their Soldiers, outside of normal training, the Army-relevant themes and topics present in the books selected.

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  9. Kness assumes command of Medical Recruiting BrigadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Turret

    Col. Timothy Hudson, commander of the Medical Recruiting Brigade, relinquished command to Col. Heather Kness June 10 on Fort Knox's Flagg Field.

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  10. HRC celebrates Army birthday by providing donations to those who served nationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Turret

    As the U.S. Army celebrated its 241st birthday, U.S. Army Human Resources Command members recognized those who served the nation by providing donations and visiting the Louisville Veterans Adminis-tration Hospital June 14. Photo by Lt. Col. Janet Herrick/HRC PAO \ HUMAN RESOURCES COMMAND LEADERS DELIVER A VAN FULL OF DONATED clothing and household items to help homeless veterans at the Shively Veterans Administration Healthcare Center June 14. The goal of HRC's collection is to assist veterans moving into a new place and gain a fresh start.

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  11. Michigan's newest Medal of Honor winner says award 'is not just for me'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MLive.com

    Retired Lt. Col. Charles Kettles, an Ypsilanti native, is set to receive a Medal of Honor - the nation's highest military award - 49 years after the fact.

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  12. The Numbers RacketRead the original story

    Thursday | Common Dreams

    ... fires live rounds during a field training exercise at Shoshong Range in the Republic of Botswana, Africa. (Photo: US Army Africa /flickr/cc) General David Rodriguez might be a modern military celebrity -- if he hadn't spent his career ducking the ...

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  13. Female vets to receive tributeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | TheMonitor.com

    At 10 a.m. Saturday, a granite statue of a female service member will be unveiled in a public ceremony paying tribute to women who serve or have served in the military, including those killed or injured in service to their country. Veteran Females United, a Brownsville based group that started in 2013 with five University of Texas at Brownsville student-veterans, is behind the statue.

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  14. Hogan's Heroes turns out to be reasonably accurateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Philip Greenspun's Weblog

    I've been listening to Masters of the Air: America's Bomber Boys Who Fought the Air War Against Nazi Germany as an audiobook. The Germans held more than 30,000 American airmen prisoner by the end of World War II, i.e., more men than were enrolled in the U.S. Army Air Forces prior to the war.

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  15. Northeast Kidney Foundation honors Syed HaqqieRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Albany Times Union

    The late Dr. Syed Haqqie on the lawn of the Sind Club in Karachi, Pakistan, where he traveled as a visiting professor in January with his wife, Azra. Carol LaFleur has been planning the Albany Walk/Run for Kidneys for a dozen years, but Sunday's event is different, more personal.

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  16. Gunman Dies Attacking German TheaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | TheDailyBeast.com

    Europe is not immune to mass murder. It's rare, but it happens , and when a deranged masked man erupted in a German cinema complex on Thursday afternoon, wearing an ammunition belt and firing a gun into the air, authorities feared the worst.

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  17. Vietnam vet to receive Medal of Honor for saving 40 livesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CNN

    Maj. Charles Kettles poses in front of a 121st Aviation Company, UH-1H helicopter, during his second tour of duty in Vietnam in 1969. During his first tour with the 176th Aviation Company in May 1967, Kettles displayed extraordinary daring and bravery when he landed his helicopter in the middle of a battle to save eight soldiers who had been left behind after an initial rescue mission.

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  18. CDL course available to SoldiersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Turret

    A commercial driver's license certification course available to transitioning Soldiers, is the first of its kind in the Army. It is one of several opportunities available through the Career Skills Program, ran through Army Continue Education Services and available at Fort Knox Education Services.

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  19. First Army Division East changing command TuesdayRead the original story

    Thursday | Turret

    Maj. Gen. Todd McCaffrey assumes command from Maj. Gen. Brian McKiernan. McCaffrey previously served as deputy commanding general-south, U.S. Army Pacific, at Fort Shafter, Hawaii.

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  20. Dana StaplesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Harbor Times Soup

    Dana Ralph Staples of Beverly, Massachusetts, died peacefully June 19, 2016, after a year-long battle with Peripheral T-Cell Lymphoma. Born on Easter Sunday, April 6, 1947, in Belfast, he was the son of the late Joseph and Doris Staples of Belfast.

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