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Native Americans place special honor in military service

Posted November 21, 2014 by Gary Sheftick

Gary Sheftick Mary Hudetz, editor-in-chief of Native Peoples Magazine and president of the Native American Journalists Association, speaks to reporters and students at the Defense Information School, during the Defense Media Activity’s Native American Heritage Month observance, Nov. 13, at Fort Meade, Md. FORT MEADE, Md. — All 566 Native American tribes across the country…

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Take these 10 steps to avoid fraud

Posted January 11, 2013 by FH Legal Assistance Office

International scam artists use clever schemes to defraud millions of people across the globe each year, threatening financial security and generating substantial profits for criminal organizations and common crooks. They use phone, email, postal mail, and the Internet to cross geographic boundaries and trick victims into sending money or giving out personal information. While con…

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Biden book shares family’s deployment experience

Posted June 7, 2012 by Story and photo by Lisa Daniel

WASHINGTON – Dr. Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, has turned her family’s own experience with military deployment into a picture book for children she hopes will add to the general public’s understanding and support of service members and their families. “As I traveled around, and I’ve…

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FAP aims to prevent, treat spousal, child abuse

Posted March 8, 2013 by Amy Sunseri

He raised his hand in anger as she cringed in the corner, wondering what she had done to provoke him. However, he paused for a moment as he had learned to do during a recent anger management class he’d attended, and then he lowered his arm. “Honey, we need to talk …” The Family Advocacy…

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Military Intelligence – this week in history September 27

Posted September 27, 2013 by Ruth Quinn, Staff Historian

Purple is much more than color for signals intelligence Courtesy Photo The SIS used this analog of the Japanese Purple machine to decipher Japanese diplomatic messages in 1940. Sept. 25, 1940 By the spring of 1939, William Friedman’s teams of cryptologists had already achieved partial success with the Italian and German code-systems and the Japanese…

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Military Intelligence – this week in history: October 11, 2012

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U.S. Army’s first MI Museum opens at Fort Huachuca Oct. 10, 1974 On Oct. 10, 1974, the U.S. Army’s Intelligence Museum opened at Fort Huachuca with a ribbon cutting by Maj. Gen. Harold Aaron, the assistant chief of staff for Intelligence. The Sphinx was moved from Fort Holabird, Md., to Fort Huachuca and took up…

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Wounded warrior receives new home

Posted March 22, 2012 by Sgt. Robert Schaffner Jr.

STATESBORO, Ga. “” An escort fit for a hero, conducted by a motorcade of police vehicles with blaring sirens and flashing lights and flag-bearing motorcycles, escorted Georgia National Guardsman Staff Sgt. Scott Millican, and the specially adapted truck he was driving, to the front of his new home. Retired…

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Obama takes oath of office recognizing military contributions

Posted January 25, 2013 by Donna Miles

White House photo by Sonya Hebert   WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama took the ceremonial oath of office for his second term as the 44th U.S. president and commander in chief on the steps of the U.S. Capitol Monday, honoring the men and women in uniform who have preserved America’s freedoms throughout its history. More than…

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World Class Athlete Program mission: Win the Olympics

Posted July 19, 2012 by By Jennifer Mattson

Service members have participated in the Olympics since 1896 as athletes and as coaches in both the summer and winter games.

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Orange — the Color of Hope

Posted March 15, 2013 by Tanja Linton

Nearly four years ago, I woke up one morning with the entire right side of my face numb. I didn’t know at the time that this triggered a series of events that included an MRI of my brain, a spinal tap and two hospital stays within six months receiving steroid treatments. I was eventually diagnosed…

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