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  1. 'Everybody Loves Raymond' star Patricia Heaton's TIME Person of the Year suggestion goes viralRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Fox News

    Patricia Heaton made her own suggestion on social media after  TIME's Person of the Year  announced its shortlist on Monday night, offering up actor and humanitarian Gary Sinise. "Hey @TIME , why isn't @GarySinise ever on the Person of the Year list? Hey @TheAcademy, why isn't he ever picked for the #jeanhersholt humanitarian award? He raises $30M a year to build homes for wounded vets along with his #goldstarfamily support.


  2. Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr wants Canadian passport to...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | CISN Country 103.9 FM

    Omar Khadr leaves court after a judge ruled to relax bail conditions in Edmonton on Friday, Sept. 18, 2015.


  3. USNI News Fleet and Marine Tracker: Dec. 10, 2018Read the original story

    21 hrs ago | U.S. Naval Institute

    These are the approximate positions of the U.S. Navy's deployed carrier strike groups and amphibious ready groups throughout the world as of Dec. 10, 2018, based on Navy and public data. In cases where a CSG or ARG is conducting disaggregated operations, the chart reflects the location of the capital ship.


  4. Corpus Christi leaders push to rename Naval Air Station in honor of George H.W. BushRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | KXXV-TV Waco

    The Nueces County Commissioners will be voting on a resolution to rename the Naval Air Station Corpus Christi after the late President George H.W. Bush. Motivated by the Pearl Harbor attack, Bush decided he wanted to join the Navy to become an aviator.


  5. Where William Barr, Trump's Pick To Be Next Attorney General, Stands On ImmigrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | National Public Radio

    William Barr, President Trump's pick to be the next attorney general, has earned a reputation as a law-and-order conservative, especially on immigration. On Friday, President Trump announced that William Barr is his pick to be the next attorney general.


  6. Corpus Christi Naval Air Station may be renamed to honor George H.W. BushRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KIII

    The Nueces County Commissioners Court will propose a resolution on Wednesday to rename the Naval-Air Station Corpus Christi after George H.W. Bush. According to the Commissioners Court, Bush has enormous ties to Texas throughout his political career including making Texas his home.


  7. Navy F-35 unit at Eglin to be deactivatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Northwest Florida Daily News

    EGLIN AFB - The Navy's F-35C squadron at Eglin Air Force Base is being deactivated, as its personnel and aircraft are slated to be combined with a second squadron at a Naval Air Station in California.


  8. Naval Air Station Corpus Christi could be re-named after Bush 41Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Chron

    Former President George H.W. Bush is seen at his Houston office. Behind him is a portrait of the USS George H.W. Bush.


  9. Khadr seeks passport, travelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    Former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr wants to be granted a Canadian passport to travel to Saudi Arabia and permission to speak to his controversial sister. Khadr, who is now 32, will be back in the Court of Queen's Bench in Edmonton Thursday to apply for changes to his bail conditions which were imposed while he appeals war crime convictions by a U.S. military commission.


  10. A hero comes home: Mississippi sailor killed at Pearl Harbor given proper burialRead the original story

    Monday | Starkville Daily News

    Calhoun County native Aviation Machinist's Mate 2nd Class Durell Wade was one of 429 sailors who perished aboard the battleship USS Oklahoma when it was hit by three Japanese torpedoes during the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Because of improvements in DNA identification technology.


  11. 5 things to know about Guantanamo Bay on its 115th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Chicago Tribune

    On Dec. 10, 1903 , the United States established its first overseas military base on 45 square miles of Cuban territory. Today, the base at Guantanamo Bay is infamously associated with images of Muslim detainees wearing orange jumpsuits - alleged terrorists detained after the Sept.


  12. "A stain on U.S. history": Trump's AG nominee sent Haitian refugees to GitmoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | CBS News

    After operating for about 18 months, the detention system was forcibly ended by a judge in 1993, but Barr defended the practice as recently as 2001. At the time, Barr was serving as attorney general for President George H.W. Bush, and a military coup in Haiti had led to mass executions that targeted thousands of supporters of the overthrown leader.


  13. Vice Admiral James Malloy takes charge of U.S. 5th FleetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Big News

    Vice Admiral Jim Malloy has taken charge of the U.S. 5th Fleet, headquartered in Bahrain, following the apparent suicide of former commander Vice Admiral Scott Stearney earlier this month. The Senate at lightning speed confirmed the appointment on the same day as the vice admiral was nominated.


  14. Missouri veteran returns to naval service months after Pearl HarborRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | News Tribune

    Editor's note: This article is the final of a two-part series highlighting the naval experiences of the late Fred Hoechst Jr. Spending the latter years of the Great Depression serving in the U.S. Navy, Fred Hoechst Jr. returned to St. Louis after his discharge in March 1940 to embark upon his life as a civilian. Although the previous four years had granted him a worldwide adventure aboard the battleship USS Colorado, little did Hoechst realize he would again don a sailor's uniform after the country was drawn into war.


  15. Hypocrisy is baked into the policy processRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Rational Review

    "Inconsistencies are visible when politicians claim that war is the best way to peace, and when they admit that prohibition of alcohol failed in the 1930s even as they insist that the prohibition of drugs today will somehow work. And then, of course, there are the inconsistencies between what politicians say on a campaign trail and what they do once in office .


  16. Military updateRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | The Gardner News and The Spring Hill New Era

    On Nov. 27 Personnel Specialist First Class Sarah Enciso, from Ottawa and Personnel Specialist Third Class Sean Phan, from Pensacola, Fla., assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz , don firefighting ensemble during a general quarters drill.


  17. 305th Military Police Company deploys to Guantanamo BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Herald Star Online

    More than 100 members of the 305th Military Police Company of Wheeling were deployed to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, last week, following an official ceremony at Triadelphia Middle School's gymnasium.


  18. Today in History: December 8, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 |

    On Dec. 8, 1941, the United States entered World War II as Congress declared war against Imperial Japan, a day after the attack on Pearl Harbor. In 1813, Beethoven's Symphony No.


  19. Mohammad Haidar Zammar: The man who recruited 9/11 hijackers being held in SyriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Daily Times

    Qamishli, Syria: There was nothing about the hungry, bedraggled man who surrendered at a remote desert checkpoint belonging to the United States' this year to suggest he had once played a part in one of the biggest events in American history. He was limping from injuries to both knees, his beard was matted and teeming with lice, and he was fleeing from Daesh.


  20. U.S. Navy aircraft career USS John C. Stennis establishes a logistics hub in Sri LankaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 8 | Colombo Page

    Dec 08, Colombo: Taking advantage of a growing naval partnership with Sri Lanka, the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis of the U.S. Pacific Fleet has established a logistics hub in Sri Lanka to receive support, supplies and services at sea, a U.S. Navy news report said. The hub, established on a temporary basis, provides logistics support to U.S. Navy ships operating in the Indian Ocean.