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  1. Recruiters likely to reoccupy storefront locations next week after post-July attack upgradesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Columbia Daily Herald

    State officials hope to have Tennessee National Guard recruiters back in their storefront offices in Chattanooga and across the state next week as final touches on security upgrades are made in response to the July 16 deadly attack. "We're ready to go back to business," state Adj.


  2. small acts BIG kindness: Michael Lee CuevasRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Valley Morning Star

    Harlingen Officer Michael Lee Cuevas poses for a photo at the Iwo Jima Monument on Thursday.


  3. Tustin welcomes the Tiller Days of fallRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Tustin News

    Adam Taylor of the Tustin Elks club waited in the staging area before putting on a monkey head for his portrayal of a character called Sazoo. He was a participant during Saturday's Tustin Tiller Days Parade.


  4. October 3, 2015October 3, 2015Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Coast News

    The final competition was held in Playa Popoyo, Nicaragua. Waves were reported to be 6 to 12 feet.


  5. Brothers who bore arms, and a football heroRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The News-Gazette

    After a Psalm, a minute of silence and the playing of "Taps," friends took time to remember a war hero - who was also a hero of Illinois' 1964 Rose Bowl victory. Bruce Capel, an Academic All-American from the Class of 1965, made a crucial play in the Illinois-Washington game.


  6. Former resident chosen for military honorRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Republic

    A former Jennings County resident who served in World War II is being inducted posthumously into the Indiana Military Veterans Hall of Fame. Boffo, who died in 1969, served in the Marines and earned the Silver Star and Purple Heart for his actions.


  7. Op Ed Opinion: The Moral Rabbit HoleRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Huntington News

    One officer was relieved of his command several years ago, the Times informed us, because he punched out an Afghan militia commander "for keeping a boy chained to his bed as a sex slave." And in 2012, three Marines were shot and killed at a U.S. base in Helmand Province by a 17-year-old Afghan "tea boy" who may also have been the sex slave of a warlord ally stationed there - possibly in retaliation for the Marines' failure to intervene in the situation.


  8. Op-ed: Marines' resistance to women in combat undermines the nationRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune

    In 2013, then Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey lifted the Direct Ground Combat and Assignment Rule frequently referred to as the "Combat Exclusion Policy," opening all remaining closed combat positions to women. This was a military decision endorsed by politicians about military readiness, strategic decision-making and national security.


  9. 35th Annual Fleet Week to descend upon SFRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | SFBay

    Beginning next week, San Francisco's waterfront will be buzzing with action as the 35th Annual Fleet Week kicks off. Beginning on Monday and lasting through Oct. 12, the event will see a wave of military ships and planes passing through and over the bay, in preparation for the signature air shows and ship parades the event is known for.


  10. Davis doing his partRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Robesonian

    UNCP placekicker Matt Davis earned the Fred Mitchell Award for his efforts on the field and in the community for the month of September. The junior was among 21 placekickers nationwide to earn the honor.


  11. Candidate Bio'sRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago |

    I was born and raised in north end of Hartford and have been living in Middletown for the past 17 years. I am married and have 3 sons.


  12. $2.7 billion later, Pentagon's blimps have yet to get off the groundRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Seattle Times

    The site of one of the JLENS blimps tethered near Washington, D.C. The system is designed to destroy drones or other low-flying weapons, but the program has so far failed to perform as intended. JLENS blimps are intended to stay aloft for 30 days and float up to 10,000 feet above ground.


  13. Tennessee Guard recruiters returning soon to Chattanooga storefront officesRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | WKRN

    State officials hope to have Tennessee National Guard recruiters back in their storefront offices in Chattanooga and across the state in coming days. The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports final touches on security upgrades are being made in response to a deadly attack in July.


  14. Penn State-Army: Military personal to Lions' HamiltonRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    Johnie and Madgeline Hamilton served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 20 years, which is why they're excited to be attending Military Appreciation Day on Saturday at Beaver Stadium where Penn State will take on Army West Point. They'll get to see their son, Nittany Lions wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton, compete in the game.


  15. Defense Department report criticizes Navy contractingRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    Describing "a trend towards the purchase of goods produced outside of the United States" that he says have been noted by Connecticut manufacturers in the shipbuilding and aerospace industries, Sen. Chris Murphy has complained to Defense Secretary Ashton Carter about military purchasing. Friday was National Manufacturing Day, and the Connecticut Democrat took the occasion to write to Carter following an August 2015 report by the inspector general of the Department of Defense that looked at the Navy's compliance with Buy American laws.


  16. Air show will go on today, rain or shine; weather delays rehearsalsRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Rome News

    The F-18 Hornet trails smoke during a pass over Richard B. Russell Airport on Friday, Oct. 2, 2015.


  17. Old Ironsides stands alone USS Constitution last surviving Navy ship to have sunk an enemy vesselRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Home

    As the Navy closes in on its 240th birthday, it has reached a milestone: Only one ship remaining in its fleet has ever sunk an enemy vessel -- and it's the USS Constitution, which earned the nickname "Old Ironsides" for withstanding British bombardment during the War of 1812. The USS Constitution's crew noted the detail on its Facebook page Tuesday, underscoring how uncommon major encounters are between navies in the 21st century.


  18. Ar EditorialWHY You Don't Need Health Care ReformRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | American Reporter

    Has Michael Jackson been buried yet? And is his brain in the same place as his body? Inquiring minds want to know. Looking back on the week after Jackson's death, one thing was abundantly clear: the broadcast media desperately wanted another O.J., Anna Nicole or Princess Di moment, and they were having hell's own time making it happen.


  19. September military contracts boost Hampton RoadsRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    Hampton Roads defense firms won a wide range of contracts in September as the federal government ended its fiscal year, ranging from work on the aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford to jobs at military installations. The following list is based on contract information released by the Defense Department at the end of every business day on its website, .


  20. The Navy drives forward with TelematicsRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | San Diego NewsCape

    The first of approximately 3,330 government vehicles was installed with telematics devices this week as part of the Navy's overall shore energy initiatives. Vehicles throughout CONUS and OCONUS bases including Guantanamo Bay, Hawaii, and Guam will have devices fitted over the next 90 days.