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Air Force announces Operation Colony Glacier casualty recovery

Posted June 3, 2016 by

The Air Force announced June 3 the name of a service member who has been recovered from a C-124 Globemaster II that was lost Nov. 22, 1952. A1C Delroy Cody has been recovered and will be returned to his family for burial with full military honors. The C-124 aircraft crashed while en route to Elmendorf Air…

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William Dunn: America’s first WWII ace

Posted September 2, 2016 by Airman Shawna L. Keyes

Air Force photograph by Airman 1st Class Ashley Williamson Lt. Col. Nathan Mead, 334th Fighter Squadron commander, presents a plaque to Felicia Hutto, granddaughter of William Dunn, British Royal Air Force Squadron 71 member and first American ace of World War II, during the unveiling of a memorial dedicated to the RAF members, July 8,…

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Air Force unveils latest ‘Veterans in Blue’ exhibit

Posted November 10, 2016 by Tech. Sgt. Steve Grever

The seventh volume of “Veterans in Blue” is now available online. The exhibit captures 28 stories of heroism and service by Air Force veterans. Each veteran’s portrait is also displayed on the fifth floor of the Pentagon in A ring between the eighth and ninth corridor.

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VA grants full practice authority to advance practice registered nurses

Posted December 16, 2016 by

The Department of Veterans Affairs announced Dec. 14 that it is amending provider regulations to permit full practice authority to three roles of VA advanced practice registered nurses to practice to the full extent of their education, training, and certification, regardless of State restrictions that limit such full practice authority, except for applicable State restrictions…

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Dorothy’s Letter

Posted April 5, 2017 by Staff Sgt. Warren Spearman

Courtesy photograph Army Staff Sgt. Daniel Stoudt poses for a photo as member of the 192nd Tank Battalion. Stoudt, later, survived the Bataan Death March during World War II. The Bataan Death March was a forced march of 76, 000 POWs including Filipino and American soldiers by Japanese forces, which began April 29, 1942. Every…

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WWII vets notch another D-Day anniversary 

Posted June 8, 2017 by Dennis Anderson

Seated in my office at High Desert Medical Group on June 6, 73-years after D-Day, Henry Ochsner hardly looked to be 94. He could pass for a kid of 80 years.

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Navy announces plan to survey wreck of World War I cruiser San Diego

Posted September 8, 2017 by

The Navy announced plans Sept. 6 to survey the wreck of the World War I U.S. Navy cruiser, on which six American Sailors lost their lives when she was sunk as a result of enemy action off the coast of New York on July 19, 1918. The survey’s objective is to assess the condition of…

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Sailors honored at USS Utah ceremony

Posted December 8, 2017 by PO2 Gabrielle Joyner

Navy photograph by PO1 Randi Brown Navy Master Chief Allen Keller, command master chief for Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, lowers the ashes of Harry Hohstadt into the waters of Pearl Harbor during a double interment ceremony at the USS Utah Memorial as part of the 76th anniversary of the attacks on Pearl Harbor and…

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Hunter laid to rest after 50 years MIA

Posted April 11, 2018 by Senior Airman Christian Clausen Seymour

Air Force photograph by Senior Airman Christian Clausen Col. Richard Dickins, 4th Operations Group commander, salutes Col. Edgar Davis as the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base Honor Guard transfers his remains April 6, 2018, Goldsboro, N.C. The funeral ceremony was held 50 years after Davis was shot down during a photo-reconnaissance mission over Laos. U.S….

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One of last living World War II Marines

Posted August 22, 2018 by Pfc. Ryan Persinger

Sam Folsom, born July 24, 1920 in Quincy, Mass., was one of the first echelon of 17 Marine fighter pilots with Marine Fighter Squadron 121 tasked with defending Guadalcanal. He is also one of the last living Marine Corps World War II combat pilot.

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