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May 17, 2012

Company K retains marksmanship

Marine Corps photograph by Cpl. Tommy Huynh

Petty Officer 3rd Class Andrew Richard faces away from targets during live-fire training aboard USS Pearl Harbor May 8. Richard hails from Lancaster, Calif., and serves as a corpsman with Battalion Landing Team 3/1, the ground combat element for the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit. The unit embarked the ship, as well as USS Makin Island and USS New Orleans in San Diego Nov. 14, beginning a seven-month deployment to the Western Pacific, Horn of Africa and Middle East regions.




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A Million Makes a Difference

Presidential Lifetime Achievement Awards were presented to Lockheed Martin employees Richard Heinstedt and Jerry Dougherty, for serving more than 4,000 hours since 2003. Sherry Imil (center) received an honorable mention for vo...
 
 
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Coalition comes together to house area’s homeless vets

A coalition of Antelope Valley social service and community organizations has banded together with the ambitious goal of housing the area’s homeless veteran population by December 2015. The initiative, dubbed Home for Good, h...
 
 
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Annual Experimental Fly-In great success

Photograph by Tom Reynolds Wicked-cool awards. Justin Gillen, Josh Phillipson, Justin Phillipson, Andy Chiavetta, Fred Roscher, Andrew Findlay were presented awards by Elliot Seguin during the 4th Annual Mojave Experimental Fly...
 

 
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Continuing Promise 2015

Utilitiesman 2nd Class Serina Espinoza, a native of Palmdale. Calif., assigned to Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit 202, fits together components of a chain link fence at the Hattieville Government School in Belize City, ...
 
 
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Friends support the Palmdale Aerospace Academy

Photograph by Linda KC Reynolds David McBride, Kimberly Maevers, Randall Scott, Dr. Laura Herman and Palmdale Mayor James Ledford participate in the Palmdale Aerospace Academy benefit dinner that raised more than $26,000 for sc...
 
 
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Local robotics team knocks-out 607 competitors for world title

PALMDALE, Calif.–Students from The Palmdale Aerospace Academy robotics team won first place at the For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) World Championship. The robotics team competed against 6...
 




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