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  1. Nimrod axe 'causes Trident risk'Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Ealing Times

    Russian submarines are likely to have gathered "valuable intelligence" on Britain's nuclear deterrent since the Government scrapped maritime patrol aircraft, senior RAF figures have warned. The UK's lack of submarine-hunting planes following the decision to axe the Nimrod fleet has given opportunities for "intruders" which could "prejudice the security and effectiveness" of Trident, they said.

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  2. Chinese weaponry spotted on artificial island, U.S. saysRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Daily Chronicle

    AP file photo Defense Secretary Ash Carter speaks during a news conference April 27 in New York. Two large artillery vehicles were detected on one of the artificial islands that China is creating in the South China Sea, U.S. officials said Friday, underscoring ongoing concerns that Beijing may try to use the land reclamation projects for military purposes.

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  3. Stefanik caps a busy monthRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

    May was perhaps Rep. Elise Stefanik's busiest month on the job so far, as she offered her first pieces of legislation, traveled the 21st District extensively and found herself facing a potential opponent. The freshman Republican from Willsboro, who took office in January, punctuated the month by introducing her first piece of legislation on May 21, the Common Sense Waiver Act.

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  4. Fort Drum: Soldiers will continue using River Hospital PTSD programRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

    Though they may not need it forever, Fort Drum officials said they will continue sending soldiers to River Hospital's Community Wellness Program. The program was expected to close as the post's Medical Activity set up its own intensive mental-health-care program, which is scheduled to launch in October.

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  5. Final 8 female soldiers at Ranger School fail Darby Phase again,...Read the original story

    5 hrs ago | Watertown Daily Times

    The final eight female soldiers at Ranger School failed its Darby Phase for a second time, and five of them will be dropped from the course. The remaining three, along with two male soldiers who failed the phase, will get the opportunity to start Ranger School again from the very beginning in late June.

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  6. Veteran links health issues to Marshall Islands radiationRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Gary Pulis recalls when he first arrived on the island of Lojwa in the Enewetak Atoll of the Marshall Islands in April 1979. As a 19-year-old volunteer member of the U.S. Army, he was stunned at the beauty.

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  7. Mustangs show their spirit as 46 graduate from Lucerne Valley High School Updated atRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Victorville Daily Press

    LUCERNE VALLEY A small but close-knit class of 46 were graduated Friday evening in Lucerne Valley High School's packed Bryan L. Walker Gymnasium. "I've seen your momentous, joyful moments, and we've shared some sorrows and tragedies," said featured speaker Anna Maria Garcia, the school's ASB advisor and office manager.

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  8. Commemorative Air Force hosts hangar dance at Fleming FieldRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    The crowd danced to music by the Roseville Big Band during the Commemorative Air Force's 2014 Fall Hangar Dance. The spring dance is Saturday, June 6. As Glen Newton leads the Roseville Big Band through tunes like "Little Brown Jug" and "Two O'Clock Jump," people will start to dance at Fleming Field in South St. Paul, home of the Minnesota Wing of the Commemorative Air Force and the site of the group's biannual hangar dance.

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  9. Regional News BriefsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    The two victims were sitting in a car just before 11 p.m. at N. 29th and W. Cherry streets when they were shot. Both victims were taken to a hospital, where Bouravanh died.

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  10. Nimrod axe created 'intelligence risk' to Trident subsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | ITV

    Russian submarines are likely to have gained "valuable intelligence" on the UK's nuclear deterrent since the scrapping of the Nimrod maritime patrol aircraft, key RAF figures have warned. In a letter to the Daily Telegraph , five retired senior officers warned that Britain's lack of submarine hunting aircraft has given the chance for "intruders" to snoop in territorial waters and potentially track Trident missile carrying Vanguard-class nuclear submarines.

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  11. Book on China, U.S. as WWII allies launched in e-libraryRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    A book about the United States and China fighting side by side against Japan during World War II was added Friday to a global online library's collection in a ceremony held here during the 2015 BookExpo America . Starting Friday, readers can have access to the book, entitled "Superfortress: Anti-Japanese History of U.S. 20th Air Force with Chinese People" on Gale E-Library of Cengage Learning, a U.S.-headquartered publisher of print and digital information.

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  12. Berman remembered for service, duty, faithRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    Friends and family fill the sanctuary at Christ Episcopal Church in Tyler for the funeral of former Texas State Rep. Leo Berman. Andrew D. Brosig/Tyler Morning Telegraph Members of the Patriot Guard stand at attention outside Christ Episcopal Church as guests arrive for the funeral for former Texas Rep. Leo Berman on Friday.

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  13. Kroger, USO held BBQ at Hunter Army AirfieldRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | WALB-TV Albany

    Kroger and the USO will hosted the barbecue for 500 members of Hunter Army Airfield's military community, on Friday. "You know we wouldn't be around if it wasn't for people like Kroger and Coca Cola, because they heavily contribute to what we do on a regular basis and it enables us to help support as far as taking care of the troops," said Ray Gaster, the Chairman, USO Savannah.

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  14. California beaches reopen after goo cleanupRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Lewistown Sentinel

    Seven miles of Southern California beach shut down for three days by an invasion of oily goo were reopened Friday evening after health officials declared the sand and water safe following a cleanup. The stretch of Los Angeles County coastline from Manhattan Beach to Redondo Beach was opened at 6:30 p.m. after crews collected the last of some 40 cubic yards of oily tar balls that began washing ashore Wednesday - enough to fill three standard trash trucks, said A.J. Lester of the Los Angeles County Fire Department's Lifeguard Division.

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  15. Anthrax inquiry widens to 24 labs in 11 states, including MassachusettsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Day

    Washington - A widening Pentagon investigation found late Friday that an Army biodefense facility in Utah has been mistakenly sending out live deadly anthrax samples to at least two dozen private and military laboratories around the world for the last seven years. The military said the laboratories, located in 11 U.S. states as well as South Korea and Australia, are believed to have received suspect samples since 2008 via commercial shipping companies.

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  16. Islamic State's weapon of mass destruction: truck bombsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Japan Times

    The Islamic State group's monstrous truck bombs - easy to make, hard to stop and capable of destroying a city block - are reshaping the battlefield. The jihadis used about 30 explosives-rigged vehicles in the Iraqi city of Ramadi this month, blasting their way through positions that government and allied fighters had managed to hold for more than a year.

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  17. Report: Maintenance of overseas-ported ships growing problem for NavyRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    Sailors replace a propeller on the starboard side of an amphibious Landing Craft Air Cushion in the well deck of the USS San Diego while at sea in September 2014. Reports of incidents of degraded or out-of-service equipment on U.S. Navy ships have doubled over the past five years, with the condition of many overseas-homeported ships deteriorating faster than U.S.-based ones.

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  18. Carter calls for end to China island-building, wants closer Vietnam tiesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    According to the Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative report, this image dated March 16, 2015, shows a chain of artificial land formations, along with new structures, fortified seawalls and construction equipment in the South China Sea. Sen. John McCain tells reporters that the U.S. must encourage China to settle its disputes over the South China Sea with diplomacy, and not coercion, at the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore on Saturday, May 30, 2015.

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  19. Cleanup orders issued for Santa Barbara beach crude oil spillRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | WaterWorld

    The Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Coast Guard have officially issued a joint federal Clean Water Act order to ensure the cleanup of heavy crude oil that leaked from a pipeline near Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County, Calif., on Tuesday, May 20 . The order requires Plains Pipeline, L.P. , the pipeline owner and operator, to continue its cleanup work inland, beachside and in the ocean, to contain the oil and prevent further shoreline contamination .

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  20. Girl Missing In Galveston Surf Identified - VideoRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Family Badge

    Officials believe Carlon may have gotten caught up in a rip tide and swept out. "It breaks my heart that that baby girl is out there," said Galveston resident Beth Dement.

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